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EUROPEAN ITEMS.

t . lV4 ,' , • London, Dec. 27. , ‘/"-’T A-dissstroos fire, involving the destruens, tjon of a. large amount of valuable profthacty at Calcutta. jßliiaw ‘Lefevre Chief Commissioner Works and Buildings, has been Acting Postmaster-General, and f, ;wiu*Wutintte’'to discharge the duties of fcgftr office _ until Professor Fawcett is recovered to attend to the < 'imaSnetSß of hisdepartment, ffr. EMtejn-’ 'appearing in the English and t .orntmaidV press on the 1 position of Turkey have ; given great V T Offitnotr to 1 tfie J Sultan and his Ministers.

A strict has therefore 1 een established over the dispatches in the Special CorrespondentSofvariousEuropean newspapers. The Fenian Agitation in Dublin is again assuming alarming proportions. The low dram shops of the city are the constant resort of conspirators They have, therefore been strictly watched for some time, and recently carefully searched by the Dublin police. Nothing was found, however, to justify any arrests, nor were any concealed arms discovered.

A large number of persons have been rendered homeless, and in several cases ruined by the fire at Kingston. The Governor of Jamaica, Sir Anthony Musgrave, has suggested the formation of a fund for the relief of sufferers by the calamity, and there seems every probability of the matter being warmly taken lip throughout England.

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EUROPEAN ITEMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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EUROPEAN ITEMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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