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THE GREEK MASSACRE. j

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e 00. "MR. F. G. VYNER TO LORD MUNCASTER. shelter, and drink, °ur spirits are not so good, as the uncertainty of our fixture is at times enough to drive us wild, (rleissner told me privately that you sugglsted comtog here. On nojiccomit doso asit not beUer matters Dq not let the tr0vern"ie°„n this matter. They (the bri- arande) will not come down, as far as money goes, be we with them ever so long. •' I trust they will fend a decisive answer by the Demarch, who, I think, Arvanitakos would believe more readily than tbe late messengers tcom Government, I shall very likely send by the ne:t messenger sor;;e letters which I desire to be kept unopened, rehtive to business, &c in case anyt,hingmay happen to me, when you can send theai to my people. I consider the idea of G'eissner exchanging with n19 im- possible, :md were it possible I would not hear of it for a minute. Telegraph to De Grey to ask Lord Clarendon to urge on the Greek Guvernment to get us released, as they can 00 it,f ind will, if sufficient pressure is put 011 them and write to him, or send on this letter, explaining that this is 110 or. dinary act of brig indaae, but to a certain amount political: and that we went to Marathon on the War Minister's word Gleissner will explain about Lady M.'s chain. 1 am much afraM that we shall have to go north. We are only about two hours from Bceotia. The scenery is lovely, but the strain en our nerves id great. I trust to God that negociations will soon be finished but theGreeks are not, to my idea, business- like. Tell try mother that time is so short I can only ju?t scrawl a line to her and I should deem it a great kindness if you or Lady M. would write to her by each maiL Pray to God to watch over us. Yours affectionately, "F. G. YYNER. P. S. Best regards to Lady Muncaster."

" MR. LLOYD TO LORD MUNCASTER.

" MR. F. G. VYNER TO LORD…

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THE YOUNG MEN IN WOMEN'S CLOTHES.

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FUNERAL OF MR. EDWARD HERBERT.

MURDER BY A MOTHER.

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