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The Nile Expedition. I 01 FROJI GENKKAI, LOlm WOLSELSY TO THE SECRS' TAKY OF STATE FOR WAR (received on the 7tb January) XOIITI, 7th January, 1885, 4.10 p.m.—A stron? convoy is now leaving the camp for Yokdal General Stewart starts with another to-morro* for Metenmeh. I expect him to occupy it on th1 15ch inst. If there is a steamer there, I will coaf municate with Gordon without delay. CAritO, N-Ve(inesday.-In compliance with tlit request of Lord Wolseley, the Mudir of Dongol* has proceeded to Merawi. [CENTRAL NEWS TBLEGSAJI.] CAIUO, Wednesday Evening.—Lord Wolseley'' plans and movements are beinj followed hefS with ths greatest interest, and form prtctica111. the one topic of conversation in military circles.^ Several eminent officers here have expressed ten'i^j the confident belief that Lord Wolseley having! now ascertained and estimated at their proper worth the difficulties of the desert route to Shendy, will himself proceed without delay to. Galcduk with the bulk of the troops' now at Hurii. His stay at Gakduk, will, I assured, be as brief as possible. He will leave! there a garrison of about 150 infantry, and, the.. press on to Shendy with the main Doily. Telegrams received here to-day from Suakinv state that Osman Digna has already heard of Lord Wolselsy's energetic movements, and is much perturbed thereby. Rumour, it appears) has already magnified the prelimmary movements alone into a general advance of the whole of the expeditionary force, and the rebel chief is becoming anxious for his own safety. He shows, however, no signs of retreating, but is moving neaven and earth to strengthen his forces. TREUTER'S TELEGRAM.] I SCAKDI, Wednesday.—The Beniainer and Ras- chida trices have decided noc to join Gsma? Digna. The general outlook of affairs is vetf encouraging. ["TIMES" TELEGRAM.] ALEXANDRIA, vvecnesday.—According co news received from Suakim to-day, Osman Digna is uneasy at the English advance. The Beaiam?1' and the Rasheda tribes are said to bs uniting with the object of attacking him.

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