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[per reuter’s agency.] Safe at Home. London, May 27. Arrived—Ships Mercia from Wellington, February 2nd ; Waitara, from Wellington, February 7th ; Phas's, from Port Chalmers, February 21st ; Sea-' toller, from Lyttelton, January 3rd ; Loch Fleet, from Bluff, February 6th. Ugly Rumors. London, May 29. A letter appears in this morning’s Times, reiterating, with circumstantial details, the allegations against certain members of the English Eleven which recently visited Australia, with regard to their conduct in connection with the last Australian match. The Crisis becomes More Alarming. London, May 28.

The gravity of the political situation continues to increase, and great alarm prevails on account of the state of anarchy which now exists. The Khedive, yielding to the prayers of the Notables and the threat of the military, has now consented to the reinstatement of Arabi Pasha as Minister of War.

Constantinople, May 29.

Preparations are being made for despatching an Imperial Commission to Egypt, with the view of effecting a settlement of the present crisis. It is believed that the object of the Porte in intervening is to secretly support the military party in Egypt as against the Khedive.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 649, 30 May 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 649, 30 May 1882

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