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The recapture of Ardahan is now officially announced from Constantinople, although no additional details are famished explanatory of the mode in which the alleged success was achieved. The Turkish Minister for Foreign Affairs, considering the length of time this rumoured recapture of Ardahan has been the subject of flying despatches, ought fully to understand the nght and wrong of the question. Telegraphing to the Turkish I representatives abroad on Thursday, he declares unconditionally, as a fact that the event has taken place. Time which cannot, in this instanoe, drag on to any considerable extent will prove the correctness or otherwise of the statement. We may add that, following on the heels of the Turkish official account is a Russian au. COGIIcement that 1,150 Turks have been buried at Ardahan, and that the total num. ber of killed and wounded among the Turks amounted to 3,000, as against a Russian low of 500 men. A number of important sue- cesses are credited to tho Turks in Asia. A body of Circassians and Turkish volunteers, have, it is alleged, occupied the station of the Poti Railway at Tiflis. The Russians are also said to have been rcpnisoa by a galling fire of Ottoman artillery at Batoum, after a hot engagement of ten hours. Othfr fighting favourable to the Turks has, it is reported, just taken place about eight miles from Suukhoum Kale, w hero the Russians have been forced to aban. don a fort and retire through the mountains into the interior. As regards the operations on tho Danube, the status quo has to be chronicled. A Russian ship is reported to have been seized in the Dardanelles as a ptize. Three other ships, which were trying to pass the Strait under Greek colours, w.r.? rt is alleged, also|captured. A Vienna telegram states that Ahmed Moukhtar Pasha has been dismissed, and will be tried by court-martial for having misrepresented the strength of the army. The meeting spoken of between the Emperors of Russia and Austria will not,according to theFremdcnblatt, of Vienna, take place.

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