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Affairs in Turkey.

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Affairs in Turkey. The holders of Turkish ConsoHdé3 are at last to pay the penalty of their confidence in Lord Palmerston and his professed belief in the regeneration of Turkey. The State is insolvent, the coupons of the consolidated debt not having been paid, and it is said that bonds which the Government had pledged itself not to issue till July, 1867, have already been secretly sold. The Government appears to have lost its credit completely, no one will lend it anything, and it must, if its ex- penditure goes on, speedily come to a dead lock. It is perhaps as well that the inevitable break-up of thia empire should be preceded by a bankruptcy. Eo. g lahmen never sincerely like a defaulting State, and icm rf f6}1 **kat the final arrangements should not be a trfh y an ignorant English sympathy with the 7- *e now simply a nuisance in Europe. At rapid for break"»P probably not be too will go on as +h' fojj.°D,oe„fre0 of the debt, the Sultans -spina™hL Z £ before th9y began rai9ingloaDS steal more.—sjecfator monoy» aad whsa i4 is

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