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MR. GLADSTONE'S SAFETY.

THE FIRST SHOT.

ANOTHER ACCOUNT.

THE KILLED AND WOUNDED.

RECEPTION OF THE NEWS.

PROTEST OF THE FOKEKUY CONSULS,

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REWARDS FOR BRAVERY.

~ I A PERILOUS POSITION..'

IDEATH OF A SWISS GUIDE.

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THE BOMBARDMENT OF ALEXANDRIA.-

PREPARING FOR ACTION.

A FLAG OF TRUCE.

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ADMIRALTY TELEGRA M.

THE SHIPS IN ACTION.

THE PORTE TRYING TO STOP THE…

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The Berlin correspondent of the Daily News says that the bombardment of the Alexandrian forts produced great ex- citement among the public. Although the necessity of Gdmiral Seymour's action is recognised on all sides, still fears are entertained that general European troubles are not far off. The German Press is of opinion that Europe ought to be thankful for England's decisive action in the matter, One paper says, Old England now demonstrates in a practical manner that, she will not allow Europeans to be massacred by ruthless barbarians, and the trade and commerce of civilised countries to be interrupted." The hope is universally expressed that Admiral Seymour will be satisfied with the total destruction of the Egyptian forts, and not deem it necessary to land troops.

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DESTRUCTION AND ABANDONMENT…

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