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AFFAIRS IN ZANZIBAR.

Zabztjbas, December 6. Bnsbire, tbe leader of the rebel natives, who recently made an attack on Bagamoyo, looted the town before setting it on fire. Tbe fire spread with rapidity, and the whole city was destroyed; The merchants m Bagamoyo were doing an extensive trade with the interior of Eastern Africa, and the destruction of their property wilt have a disastrous effect. The Sultan of Zanzibar and the British Indians (sic) are the greatest sufferers The Germans assert that it is impossible to restrict their actions at sea, or to prevent British subjects from suffering loss therefrom.

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AFFAIRS IN ZANZIBAR., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2011, 12 December 1888

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AFFAIRS IN ZANZIBAR. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2011, 12 December 1888

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