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The Earthquakesin Spain I MORE SHOCKS IN GRANADA. I Donation from the Pope. I H [REUTER S TELEGRAM.] Monday. A manifesto, issued by the Madrid press, is published by all the papers to-day, calhnsr upon all classes to contribute to the fund in aid of the sufferers from the earth- quake in Andalusia. The university students have issued a similar appeal to their comrades in the provinces. I [CENTRAL NEWS TELEGRAMS. 1 ROME, Monday.—His Holiness the Pope has this day forwarded, through the Papal Nuncio at Madrid, a donation of 40,000 francs for the relief of the sufferers from the recent earthquakes. MADRID, Monday Night.—Advices from the south state that intermittent but still damaging shocks are being experienced at Alhama, Velez, .L Malaga, Albunelas, and other localities, but no further loss of life is reported. Some surprise has been expressed in certain quarters that the King has not yet visited the distressed districts. I learn that he contemplates visiting them shdtttly. MADRID, Tuesday.—The King has decided to visit the different scenes of the late earthquake, or at any rate, tho« which have suffered most severely. As arrange at present his Royal Highness will, when he gtts within the district of the earthquake, make the journey from place to place on horseback, personally inspecting not only the condition of the sufferers, but the measures that have been undertaken for their relief. It is more than probable that he will be accompanied by onb or two of his Ministers, but beyond the bate fact that the King will go, nothing yet has been decided. In his absence the Royal Consort the Queen remains in the capital, where she will preside over the National Ladies' Committee which has been formed to collect funds, clothing, &c., in aid* of the poor sufferers. The King has given 95,MO to the national subscription, while Don Carlo and Dona Marguerita send 15,000 pesetas. With such generous gifts as these the fund will soon mount up. GRANADA, Monday Night.—We have again had a fresh series of shocks. The first of these commenced at six o'clock this evening. A panic immediately occurred, and almost the whole of the population took to their heels at once. As the night wears on, however, without any repeti- tion of the trembling they are slowly returning, but not for good, their sole object just now being to remove all that they can lay hands on, and again make for the fields, where they state they ntend to stop.

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