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[per b sdter’s agency.] How Rebellion is Suppressed in Nepaul. London, Jan.: 20. The Daily News to-day publishes a telegram from India stating that a. serious conspiracy has been discovered in the independent Native State oj’ Nepaul. The Maharajah has causecj! eight of his notables to be arrested, and twenty-one of his officers who were proved to havfe taken part in the conspiracy have< been summarily executed. I Gamjbetta In a Fix. Paris, Jan. 20. In the Chamber of Deputies last night the Bill :introduced by M, Gambetta providii g for the revision of the Constitution f f the Senate and the rearrangement ( f its electoral system and its powers came up for discussion. After some dt bate it was decided that the measure ihould be referred to a committee. The Chamber then proceeded to the election of the latter, with the result that!’ a committee was chosen composed of he Deputies whose pronounced opinions have been hostile to M. Gambetta s measure of reform. The Commencement of the Storm. Vienna, Jan. 20. Telegrams have been received announcing that actual hostilities have now commem|:ed between the Austrian troops and insurgents in Herzegovina. Fighting already taken place at several places, but no engagement of any serious character is as yet reported as having occurred. A certain recent action on the part of the Turkish Consul at Ragusa;, the seat of the Dalmatian rising, having been reported to the Austrian Government, the latter, it is announced, has sent a strong protest to the Porte on the subject, complaining of the attitude which has been assumed by the Turkish consul in favor of the Dalmatian insurgents.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 541, 23 January 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 541, 23 January 1882

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