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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS.

(PER JAVA CABLE.)

Ex Albion, at tub Bluff

The Duke of Edinburgh's Income

[Per Anglo-Australian Telegram Company.]

LONDON,

July 31

Mr Gladstone is unwell,

It waß stated in the House of Commons that the Carlists were in possession of Northern Spain, but England would not at present recognise them as belligerents. £25,000 a year have been granted to the Duke of Edinburgh by the House of Commons on account of his marriage ; £0,000 a year to his duchess if she becomes a widow. The Pope and Consistory again threaten to ex-communicate Freemasons. Fitz James Stephen becomes SolicitorGeneral. Baltimore losses by fire are valued at 600,000 dollars. The harvest in England is plentiful, and agricultural prospects are encouraging. August 1. Goodwood Cup : Flageolet, 1 ; Favonius, 2; Cremorne, 3. The King of Saxony is alarmingly ill. The Government bonded -warehouse at New York was burned down. A discussion occurred in the House of Commons on Ministerial responsibility and Mr Ayrton's repudiation of responsibility for the Board of Works. The estimate was altered by the Treasury. Mr Gladstone disagreed with Mr Ayrton's dictum. The Spanish insurgents are burning Seville with petroleum. An insurgenb squadron of five gunboats and two frigates are bombarding Almeria. The insurg9nts at Carthagena have formed a Ministry. The Spanish Government is negotiating with the insurgents in Valentia. Don Carlo 3 has entered Biscay/ Discount, 3£ per cant. The French Assembly have vote&^streaty with England. ■''"".' McMahon, in a message for the |)KS!teryation of order, requests that no demonstration may mark the departure of the Germans, and says peace is the, first necessity to the nation. . ■::■'. Desperate fightinggoing on in Spain. Muqia is in the hands of the insurgents. Wool continues firm.

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS., Auckland Star, Volume IV, Issue 1106, 8 August 1873

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. Auckland Star, Volume IV, Issue 1106, 8 August 1873

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