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THE MAHDI SUING FOR PEACE.

WITH GENERAL EARLE'S COLUMN.

DIFFICULTY OF COMMUNICATING…

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DIFFICULTY OF COMMUNICATING WITH GORDON. [OFFICIAL TELEGRAM.] JENERAL LORD WOLSELEY TO THE SECRETARY O? STATE FOR WAR. KORTI, SUNDAY (1.50 P.M.). The messenger who left this place on. the 18th of December with a letter to Gordon has just re- turned. He was one day in Khartoum and left it m the 28th of December. He was taken prisoner .eturning, and Gordon's letters taken from him. tie bears marks of having been bound and beaten. 5ewn up in the clothes not taken from him was a ac simile of the previous little note, bearing the same date, 14th, and announcing "all well tnen. 3-ordon was in perfect health, and the troops on the five steamers he saw were well and happy. Steamers seize cattle and grain and convey them to Khartoum.

EFFECl OF LORD WOLSELEY'S…

EXPECTED RETREAT OF OSMAN…

ENGLAND, TURKEY, AND EGYPT.

EGYPTIAN FINANCE.

ACTIVE OPERATIONS IMMINENT.

RUMOURED DECLARATION OF WAR.

DEBATE-IN THE. FRENCH CHAMBER.

THE EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. |

THE FENIAN OUTRAGE IN NEW…

FURTHER FRENCH TROUBLES IN…

MR. VANDERBILT AND GENERAL…

GERMAN COLONISATION IN WEST…

PROPOSED BRITISH ANNEXATION…

THE ABYSSINIAN MISSION.

DECORATIONS FOR PRINCE EDWARD…

DEATH OF AN EX-AMERICAN VICE-PRESIDENT.

FRANCE AND GERMANY.

SOCIALIST MURDER IN GERMANY.

GERMAN CORN DUTIES.

--AUSTRALIA AND THE GERMAN…

THE DIVISIONS OF CARMARTHENSHIRE.

THE PROPOSED LOCAL LABOUR…

POPULATION AND REPRESENTATION.

F, ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES.…

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SUGGESTED CANDIDATES FOR WELSH…

A CAMBRIAN SOCIETY FOR SOUTH…

CORRESPONDENCE.

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DEATH OF THE EAKL OF !* A…

BRITISH FEEti TRADE TlON.…

KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW, LOJNDO^'f…

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