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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.-

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THE BOMBARDMENT OF ALEXANDRIA. The following official report was given by the Ad- miralty on Tuesday :— Admiral Sir Beauchamp Seymour telegraphs that the ships opened fire at seven o'clock this morning, and the return fire from the forts is weak and ineffec- tive. At eight o'clock the bombardment was con- tinuing, and an explosion in Fort Marsa-el-Kanafc had occurred. The ships engaged are the ir^exiMe, Temeraire, Penelope, Superb, Su.jfap:, Invincible, Alexandra, Monarch, The FrencB. Squadron sailed last evening from Alex- andria, leaving two vessels off the port.

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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DESTRUCTION AND ABANDONMENT…

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