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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

[per eeutbr’s agency.] The State of Bulgaria. London, JuneS. The relations between Prince Alexander of Bulgaria and his Parliament, which have for some lime past been of an unsatisfactory character, have now become most discordant. The Prince’s demands for reforms in the system of Government have met with general opposition on the part of the members of the National Assembly, and a large section of the community. Much difference of opinion exists, however, and considerable disorder prevails in the principality, which is now declared to be in a state of seige. The New Canal. The question of the neutrality of the interoceanic canal in course of construction across the Isthmus of Panama is now being considered by the Great Powers, but up to the present time no definite information as to the result of the negotiations has transpired. MassacredParis, June 6. Telegrams have been received from Algeria, reporting that a party of twenty-six engineers and workmen engaged in the construction of a line of telegraph have been massacred by native Arabs.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 366, 9 June 1881

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 366, 9 June 1881

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