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FRANCE.

THE SOCIALISTS FOILED.

ALGERIA.

ROME.

TUSCANY.

GERMANY.

PRUSSIA.

HANOVER.

HUNGARY.

STORMING AND FALL OF MOOLTAN.

THE EXPLOSION.

THE KILLED AND WOUNDED.

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THE KILLED AND WOUNDED. Our loss, as far as yet ascertained, is comparatively small, far less than what is apprehended it would be that of the enemy is said to be immense, and the streets are reported to be literally choked with the killed; the greater portion of these must have been destroyed by our shell, shrapnell, &c., that were thrown into the city from the commencement.of the attack. The following arc the casualties which have occurred since the resumption of hostilities; the returns, however, seem to have been prepared too hurriedly to be at all complete :â KilledâMajor J. Gordon, 60th rifles; Lieut. E. Younghus- band, 9th Bombay, N.I. Wounded-Lieut,-Col.Nilsh, 72nd, N.I. Major W. Case, 32nd foot; Lieut. H. A. Playfair (since dead), 52nd N.I.; Lieut. J. Hill, Bombay engineers Capt. It. Bailey, Bombay avtillery (arm lost) Lieut. C. R. Baugh, 9th Bombay N.L Lieut. N. W. Dyett, 3rd Bombay N.I., slightly; Surgeon J. P. Malcolmson, 3rd Bombay, N.I., slightly; Ensign Napier, 3rd Bombay N.I., slightly; Lieu- tenants R. W. Brooke, 60th rifles, and B. Van Strubenvee, 32nd foot, severely Lieut. E. Tyrwhitt, 51st, N.L Lieuts. A. t'. Armstrong, and W. Gillon, and Ensign W. C. Mac- dougal, 72nd N.I. These casualties all occurred on the 27th Dec. No account of those which happened on the 2nd of January has yet appeared, further than the followiurr:- Major M. G. Dennis, 60th rifles, slightly wounded Captains R. W. D. Leith and T. Tapp, and Lieuts. E. A. Law, W. Gray, W. M. Mules, and E. Densey, 1st Bombay Fusileers, with about forty men wounded, and four men killed Ensign Shaw, 3rd Bombay N.L, slightly wounded; Lieut. T. S. Warden, 4th Bombay rifles, severely; Ensign Gordon, 19th Bombay, N.L, slightly; Lieut. Garforth, Bengal engineers, severely; Lieut. Taylor, ILM. 32nd foot, shot through the arm, with two men killed and ten wounded. It is stated on good authority that a letter was received at the India House, by the India mail on Thursday, from General Whish, at Moultan, dated the 9th of January, two days later than the .latest dates given in the Indian papers and private letters. At that date the fort of Moultan still held out; but the general confidently expected that within two days it would be in his possession, either by storm or surrender. The Sappers and miners were within thirty yards of the glacis.

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