THE CRISIS IN EGYPT.|1884-01-26|The Cardiff Times - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE CRISIS IN EGYPT. [REUIER'S TELEGRAM.] CAIRO, Thursday.—General Gordon has arrived at Port Said, where he was received by Sir Evelyn Wood. In consequence of information that the road to Khartoum via Korogo is the only practical one at present, General Gordon has abandoned his intention of proceeding direct to Khartoum via Suakim, and will reach Cairo to- night. A teleg-ram dated Cairo, Thursday, published in the second edition of the Daily News, says that news is confidentially given that a large part of General Hicks' army is at Lake Rahad. It was probably left there by him when he went on to make a strong reconnaissance when attacked at Lake Melbeis. General Coetlogen telegraphs for instructions respecting the retreat. The Central News learns that the Government have taken preliminary steps for holding 10,000 troops in readiness for embarkation, should a sudden emergency arise in Egypt. Transports have also been prepared these measures arc, however, only precautionary.

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