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STANLEY AND EMIN BEY.

■ — -♦ 1 (PBR PJBBBS ASSOCIATION.) . London, December 22 to 24 ' News of the safety of Stanley was < read m the House of Commons, and ] was received with cheers. It is sop- i poied that Stanley was the white < traveller mentioned by Osman Digna < m his letter to General Grenfell as < having escaped when Emm Bey lell i into the hands of the Mahdi. < It is asserted that Stanley started 1 from Banzala for Zanzibar m August, < via Ujiji, on Lake Tanganyika. Emm < and btanley have received a message ■ from the Mahdi, demanding their i surrender, and warning them that < troops have been despatched to effect their capture, 1 The letter sent by Osman DignaJ*> f QenefaFGffehTell respecting the aireged < surrender of Emm Bey and Stanley to < the Mahdi, contained a promise irom the < latter that Emm's life should be spared < and that he should be well treated. I Zanzibar, Deoember 25. i ' It is feared that the large quantity of < ivory m the possession of Emm Bey I may hare tempted 'J ippoo Tib's cupidity, i and caused him to withold his promised j assistance m the hope that he would < obtain a share of the ivory if Emm w«re i captured. i (Reoelved Deoember 27, 123.0 p.m.) Berlin, Deoember 26. j Lieut. Wiseman, who is to lead the ', expedition m search of Stanley, has : been attached to the German Foreign \ Office.

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STANLEY AND EMIN BEY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2022, 27 December 1888

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STANLEY AND EMIN BEY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2022, 27 December 1888

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