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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

(Reuter's Telegrams .) London, Doc. 8. Obituary—Duke of Portland. ■ Constantinople, Dec. 8. The Bulgarian Assembly has been dissolved, in consequence of the impossibility of forming a Ministry frdm the members of the Chamber. Naples, Dec. 8. Mount Vesuvius is in great agitation. St. Pktkesbubo, Dec. 8. Prince ■ Gortsohakoff has resigned the portfolio of foreign affairs. '■ i. r ‘':.(Age'Speriaf.)- - i-> ; London ; Dec. 7. ■ King Theebaw has sent an ambassador to the Viobrby. ! Lord Lyttoh declines to receive hiiU Until the King guarantees to refrain boa t repetition of the acts which causeddiplomatie ruptures. ■ T he.fAlbanians : have attacked Montenegro. ' 'Remonstrances .have been adthe Porte. ■ 1 : {Argus special.) A ■■ - London, Dec, 8. At an excited meeting of 6000 persons at Gastiereagh,' the Committee refused to admit l ' the' Government reporters, who attended - under police protection. The police, presenting their rifles, repelled an onslaugat on the- reporters. Mr. Parnell pre«enfed a collision. Great floods have , occurred ft Gross Wsifdein, in Huagary, and thousands have been rendered homeless. The adjoining villages are threatened. - The Wesleyan Chapel in the City Road has been down;

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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879

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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879

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