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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS.

■ .}■! tK~T- "*~rrTTHr;i Ja £mySl ' [Per s.s. Rotomahana, at the Bluff.] i 71 J ■' 7 r ‘ ItoSlf* s Prinsk, a town 20,(XKHnhabitants on Jhia tffev Pripet, in the district of Minsk, 143 mies B.S.W. of that town, has the ground. The place has been entirely destroyed, arid l8,0(K> pe6jjle A hi»ve been rendered homeless. /.It ~•is ; mot’ " known whether'thefire wasaccidental' or du&’fjl the machinations of thU'NlhllstsJ ' ■}.■ , -■ ; 77 ' A national mombrialtothe lit* to be plapeain somojiart of I been pr6jectbd^%£d 1 4i W)ilmitt&9' formed. - -for the purpose of carryiagout'Thelibiect ' ih view, ( .-The, dopes, iharquides, eSirla, land noblemen generally names .appear .on.’ the <4oiinmfte)ls I Without parallel. | Bf-i: 28. i The Lord Mayordf London, Aadotroan McArthur, jfchq General representing the. various' British colonies and' dfKeb qoloni^jp^lemOT^OT' 1 prominence to s jjfan a banquet to be held in Guildhall. ; Another aerio^^diflfo^fyJiaM^ frijwm are trekking from .the Transvaal^ U|tq.- v Zululahd, and nricroachiiag. on! territory I assigned to the; .chigfs .«pider^il|a : 'j settlement by Sir Garnet Vtolseley^ 1 The * Zulus, through the British residents' have appealed, to the British - OoFemmeht r 4b interfere, and claim British protection. They deckte tha« is a c^ :i forced appeal .to the Britiah to restor«4hem-thMr-- - agitation i has ' Poland against the landlords, who areF/accusedi of behaving with gMt. opprseskHi k to! the .peasshtryC I /Al Feiy e3ju(tai>!f!'T .iTcffofJiit m i:ou A, shock of . earthquake risneed at La Salle, a town inthe *atktaL4S( j[ * : Illinois, ®ituated /:pi\ vtb») XlKnios river, %t v thej a terminus of the; -. Michigan Canal, Much alarm was . felit, but the damage caused was not very * The Qjftet - Sairpral incendiary £rek have at Cork, and iooimiels! 'have 1 lOdMmftnl various places between-the peasants and. r the military. .: At .Leitrim the' so numerous and determined thAt ! % frffijb^‘ 3 .' of ) 66CN soldiers - vrils unable td prower *’ the ‘shorif&i in the dischargeM or- JJ ; dutydrtD -- io .’..cnr-'.uH :rii >'■-> ‘S-U'C 11 ' Professor i Robertson Sihith.'prdfeMdr “id 1 * 1 Oriental' languages' at -tbei College of Aberdeen; has'^deu^ex^Hß® 11 - ; for heresy. A treaty, admitting Hamburg;; pnei of the towns/ into the Zollyerein, has booh sij^ibd;

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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 364, 7 June 1881

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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 364, 7 June 1881

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