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TERRIBLE DISASTER ON THE CLYDE.

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THE CHOLERA IN EGYPT.

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THE CHOLERA IN EGYPT. The cholera is continuing to rage with no intermis- sion in the north-east of the Delta. At Damietta on Sunday 145 deaths occurred, including 141 from cholera. At Mansourahon Saturday t' .ere were four, and on Sunday 14, fatal cases of cholera. At Port Said two patients died on Sunday. The proportion of deaths to population at Damietta exceeds greatly the highest reached in Alexandria during the epidemic of 1865. The number of fatal cases of cholera at Damietta on Monday waa 13). Twelve deaths occurred at Man- surah and four at Samanoud. On Tuesday the number of deaths from cholera at Damietta was 110. At Mansurah 15 cases occurred, of which six proved fatal. There were also three deaths at Samanoud and one at Shirbin. A telegram dated IsmLtilia, July 1, states that floating lazarettoes have been placed at Port Said and Suez so as to insssre the pilotage of steamers as usual. A telegram from Gibraltar states that a quarantine of 21 days is imposed at Gibraltar on vessels arriving from Egyptiaa ports. Steamers with clean bills of health will be coaled 'in quarantine alongside hulk, otherwise from lighters, coal to be received by steamer's crew. The Morning Post says :-We understand that the War-office authorities have decided, ia the event of the epidemic spreading, to remove the main body of the Army of Occupation in Egypt to the Mediterranean garrisons.

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