THE ARMY'S ATTITUDE.
STANDING BY THE CONSTITUTION. CONSTANTINOPLE, April 19. The Minister for War, applying for troops from Erzeroum and Trebizond, received a reply that the fourth army corps had decided to march on Constantinople and restore the Constitution. The officer in command at Smyrna has sent constitutional troops to Skutari, Vali, and Salonika. The Ottoman Bank ordered the Salonika branch to send all its cash to Constantinople. The commandant of the third army corps thereupon placed an embargo on £6000 deposited in the branch for the administrative requirements of three vilayets. Upwards of 10,000 Salonika and other troops have arrived at Tchatliaja. They informed the deputation that waited upon them that they would refrain from entering Constantinople only if safe conduct and protection were granted to tho Salonika deputies, enabling them to reSlime duties, and the ring-leaders of the rising punished so as to prevent the recurrence of such an event. The Cabinet has sent Izzu Pasha, chief of the _rr_n__:r___l __£__& *« __._.—___-_. —_j.il _li
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