Home and Foreign. In the course of an interview Da/itt said that the National League would continue its operations, and not be merged in the Tenants' League. The ' Freeman's Journal' states that under the Tenants' League one official will act for the whole party. Mr OBrien, speaking at Tipperary, declared that the new League would commend itself to the most honored men in Ireland. In it would be united the strength of the whole of the Celtic race.
Captain Wissman, German commander, has bombarded and occupied Pangu. It haa been found that Sullivan's arrest was illegal, and he has consequently been The * New York Herald' states that Mr J. G. Blaine, Secretary of State for the United States, has resigned on account of his health, and will retire in September. General Grenfell has issued a proclamation threatening to punish with death any .Natives convicted of dealing with the Dervishes. The Dervishes are still at Abu Simbel. They have lost about ninety men in skirmishes recently. On Sunday some 1,500 more appeared in the neighborhood of Sarras.
A battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment has reached Assouan, and the Egyptian troops have been ordered thence to Korosko, further up the Nile. Periateut rumors are afloat in Ciiro of a combined advance of the Anglo-Egyptian force on Dangola in the autumn.
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Evening Star, Issue 7960, 16 July 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Evening Star, Issue 7960, 16 July 1889
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