ACCEPTANCE OF DEMANDS.
DELIGHT OF THE GARRISON. (Received 8.5 a.m.) LONDON, April 14. Reuters Constantinople correspondent reports that the majority of the revolting garrison remained outside the Parliamentary buildings all night, continuous firing being kept up in honour of the acceptance of the military and ecclesiastical demands. These included the removal from Constantinople of Djahid, editor of the "Tanim." The Sheik-ul-lslain, Jemalledri Effendi, head of the Church, who acted as pacificator, retains his post. Iquil Kemil Bey, Leader of the Liberal Union, has been appointed Vice-Presi-dent of the Council of State. The fact that the majority of the members of Parliament belong to the Committee of Union and Progress renders it impossible to forecast what is likely to happen in the near future.
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