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THE PRINCE OF MONTENEGRO.

LIFE AT NICOPOLIS,

WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE CORN…

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THE PASSAGE OF THE DANUBE.

THE WAR WITH MONTENEGRO.

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THE WAR WITH MONTENEGRO. The Times Correspondent with the Montenegrin Army, under date Cettinge, June 24, telegraphs There can be no question of the completeness, any more than the heavy cost, of Suleiman's success so far in reaching his new base of operation. His losses are, I think, reasonably estimated at 10,000 men, the official estimate being even 3,000 in yester- day's battle, which, with Thursday's, were the most severe. Suleiman is now at Eassitje, in communication with Spuz, but it is reported that his trains have not got through. The Montenegrins report one gun taken and many horses, and their losses not above 1,000 killed and wounded. The news of the passage of the Danube by the Russians has revived the spirits of the Montenegrins, and changes the entire situation here. The enthusiasm is great, and the country will submit to all the sacrifices which the position may impose. The army of Suleiman Pasha passed the Zeta yesterday at Spuz, and is encamped in the plain west of the city. The army of Mehemet Ali is retiring towards Sienitza, and the iuvasion from the side of Scutari hangs fire, the levies being unwilling to attack. For the moment everything looks favourable, and, in spite of the superior Turkish force and the advantages gained by it, I believe successful resistance will yet be made, and that the crisis will be passed."

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THE " COMPARATIVE ANTIQUITY…

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