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REVOLUTION AT GUATEMALA.

Guatemala, July 28. A revolution has broken out against the Government, of which General Don. M.L. Barrillas, is President, and during the riot the mob shouted " death to Barrillas." General Bretta,' who commanded the insurgents, and leaders of the revolt have been imprisoned. A state of siege has been proclaimed, and troops are parading the streets. There is much discontent among the soldiers owing to their being undar-paid, and it is feared they may join the insurgents. It is stated that the troops of San Salvador are within sixty miles of Guatemala capital, and a battle is imminent]

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REVOLUTION AT GUATEMALA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2477, 29 July 1890

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REVOLUTION AT GUATEMALA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2477, 29 July 1890

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