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DEATH OF MR HUGH HUGHES, GLYNPADARN.

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jlHJE BULGARIAN CRISIS.

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jlHJE BULGARIAN CRISIS. RESISTANCE TO RUSSIA. F r. "rte ia .t, present in a state of suspense. It » ■ "I g tli from the Powers to Germany us to propo«».'s. It is understood trial both -Hi-i»ny a-id France have virtually accepted thefce, i trint, England, Austria, and Italy uuay, in all r»*jecttbein. Whether, in this case, »hey u- h* si! in, remains to be seen. Liut trooi I < cowe> assurance* ihat Bulgaria is resolvtd to inr by force any aUtJb invasion as that proprred. M S >»iiibouloff declared to tbe Hiitus correspouuent .1, ttipst, if Geueral Ernroth and Artin Effeudi •ftirie into rhe country as private pewous they would ntlowed to pass like other tourists; but tht-y "'<llI:d not be allowed to euter in uBi. lorm, nor would any official character which might aHMime be recognised. On the correspondent asking what would happen if 1.1, Great Powers assented to General Ermoth's •o-tiiiig, "oct if Turkey or Russia undertook to fuo- purr. hiiu by force, M. Stambouloff auewt-red that '.t" Bulgarian Government would be prepared for i-mernwioy, but that he, for hia*part, aid not bt>- lieit* Rutria woald attempt violence. He then re- • ffirfceii thaT General Ernrotb was a Revolutionist, A i". H»d left deplorable memories in the country t!r,i,igl3 hi. conduct in carrying out the covp d'etu., of IN-I, whtirli had subverted the Constitution. In '•-•n-ml ttll the cotnuii'sioners and agents whom :.«!.);< liiri went into Bulgaria were Revolutionists, iia(i made in ir business tout-ir up Lbe revulu- •MMHry eiemnnts in tOtl country. The Bulgarians, be we'P no* quite alive to the objects of Rusai* itiid would defend themi^-lv^n. STATE OF BULGARIA. The miperviMon of forew n telegrams still continues 'hrnnjrbnut Bulgaria, and the state of iiiege remains "i tiill force. The entry of foreign newspapers tfo ip forhiddrn, and arrests take place ^atly. Kdviccc from Sofia athrtl that the people are "I1.<\V contrasting Prince Ferdinand with Priuce ixniHpr. It is a common thing to bear such »«unrk- a Battenberg was different," M Battenburg more affable," Battenberg was handsomer," &c.

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