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RUSSSIAN AFFAIRS.

ACTIVITY~OF' &E NIHILISTS.

{per tress association."] '< St. Petersburg, April 7. The Czar attended the Guards' fete yesterday. The students' agitation is subsiding, the usual University vacation having begun. Professor MeudliersfT has resigned.' Only the leaders of the previous agitations are being .expelled. The Jfthilists are still active. The Chinese are fortifying their I frontier. I, The report is denied that General Duncuxoffhad devised a scheme for diverting the waters of the river Oxus into the Caspian Sea, to afford continuous navigation from the heart of Russia jinto Central Asia. April B.^ Some changes have been made in the Russian Diplomatic Department, which are regarded as significant of a)A intention to strengthen Pans.lavist in-; flfience. i Count LoljanofF has been transferred i to the Berlin Embassy, ISTelidoff to Vienna, andLinoriffto Constantinople, If^hebrikor, who was arrested and then released for -writing a letter to the Czar demanding reforms, has been [exiled to the Caucasus and. harshly treated,

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RUSSSIAN AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2396, 9 April 1890

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RUSSSIAN AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2396, 9 April 1890

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