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OFFICIAL CHANGES IN TURKEY.

THE BATTLE OF KARABUNAR.—ALLEGED…

THE SIEGES OF SILISTRIA AND…

THE BATTLE OF PLEVNA.

THE ALLEGED RUSSIAN ATROCITIES.

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THE ALLEGED RUSSIAN ATROCITIES. A further series of despatches on the subject of the al- iped Russian atrocities was published on Tuesday even- ing Vice-Consul Brophey reports as follows to Mr. Layaxd from Slimnia, July 14th .-—According to authentic information, the Russians stir up the Bulgarians to do an unparalleled amount of harm to the Mussulman families whether they flee or not. and to those Mussulman whom they seize on the road. They tore tb'p ptvg of the Mussulmans whom thev killed at Sis- tova and committed unexampled horrors.—Mr. Layard to Lord Derby the message sent through one f vnfi rfe camps, Taker Bey, entreating her Majesty's of his P their influence with the Emperor W to nut an end to the shocking cruelties com- S Taker Bey. says Mr. Layard, gave mitted by hi* o P- jting acts of atrocities com- me an account ot re vox o p.^brarians r>f wv,* i bv th° Russians and Bulgarians, ot which ,by ,V, „p Witiies^ His account is, I grieve to he had beenanejevvitne^. by the rep()rts re_ sa>, confirmed in <. 0 < oo-ents newspaper correspond- ceived from our consular <^nts J h Mr. Layard t^empt to deny that shocking outrages have been com- ™Ytted on the Mussulman population, but they are sup- ™2dto attribute them mainly to the Bulgarian refugees who were the agents of the Russian societies m roci mg Bulgarian insurrection last year, and to Sfl<Brians from Wallachia, who,. with the ? mer have formed themselves, it is stated, torm bands, styling themselves the avengers, mt? ^mrnnvin- the Russian army. The Cossacks are and ace P T,efn(r present at these outrages, and even also accus ^iem_ However, as yet the Turkish of taking p their best to suppress any spirit of authorities are doi £ tje* Mahometans, and, to ^ve the revenge on t I to taking such measures as Porte its due, itappe^proteCt the Christians. The are m have not been allowed to publish Turkish newspapers ha^ e n that hay £ b the acjounts of R™ a order to nt the received ^n"^ Xduce against the Christians, excitement th y Pasha, Turkish Commander- «h»t the Itogrin. in-oniei in + P. V BxamDie of Russia, have re- JS*the revolting Lstout which they aeemed to have given up, and which consists in inflicting on their prisoners horrible mutilations, and that they extend it now even to non-combatants and children, both boys and girls, of the village of Globoftia, in the district of Podgoritza, who fell into their hands, re- ceived the most frightful treatment. One of them had his arms and nose cut off, and another had his arn.s shattered. The fate of.the others is not known, with Hóe exception of one who succeeded in escaping from the hands of his tormentors.

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A MONTGOMERYSHIRE HORSE CASE.

. 'ECCLESIASTICAL.

DEATH OF MR. WARD HUNT.

BALA GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

. PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN…

IMPORTANT SALMON CASES.

».. FUNERAL OF Sill THOMAS…

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CARDIGAN.

ABERYSTWYTH.

WAR IX ASIA MINOR.