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DELAY IN INDIAN TELEGRAMS

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DELAY IN INDIAN TELEGRAMS Ga^e that ne 4feee«retl the following dispatch from her Majesty s minister in Persia:— 5»\r r j « Gulahek, July 1, 1865 ^or of the Persian to ia0 the enclosed report on *> *it .«k> Hague and -reee^0d hem m a toPeless state of ile ,Wee^s or a roonth old. Tfee^eetvof >«m will bo to discredit the Indo- bSSK W Bagdad, Persia, or lGulfail<i tbe publication v 1 notie&to the same imsell, K.G." mo- ^i, July 1, 1865. « it*. a^noar to inform yoar excellency Jfest during the 4ast fortaigbt a large number of S^e^,a £ de^gea -frmn England have reached yfr jfegOTftn^ office xlaaaia^ for transmission to Ifiraia. WMM yesterday they aeoutnuiated at the RB&Suan-Persiffcn frontiar, and were sent thence, from fee to'time, lo Tefceran by post. They were always very-old (iaveraging three weeks or a month) by the tifflethey'reaollerJ tts. 'Without exception they were full of errors, and the ksrge majority vere quite unintel- ligible. Yesterday-tire Persian authorities placed Morse kistruments on the line to Russia, both here aimd that messages are now sent by post from the frontier toXPabreez, and thence to Teheran, by e telegraph wofbtd by the Persians themselves. »esult 18 ^ai waa' to be expected. Thermessages 6Ynve «•-little mora^qGickly perhaps than before, but m even a worse state, as the Persians add their own ifcare to the pBevious-errors of the Russians. I have iilreády .tele&rtPlied' the subject both to Bsmbay and T^Qgland, b'ut as messages still continue to pour in from Kassia an the most hopeless state of mutila- tsen, have-thought it necessary to draw your EKcel- tetoGfi s attention *to the subject. If matters are ftfioTfrfia to *]gT) bn aa at; present, all oonfidetiCQ in the telegraphic communication between Eagland and India will, net ufinatorally, be lost. The English public be dietinotly informed that, for the present at least, the only line upon which any MJiance can be placed, is the Indo-European one, by Constantinople, Bagdad, Persia, or Bussorah, and the Pcs-aan Gfulf.— I hare, &c., (Signed)^ R. M. SMITH, Captain, R.E., „ \Aeting Direetor, Persian Telegraph. ? His Excellency Charles Alison, Esq.; C.B."

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