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Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Mar 1878, p. 2

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By the Atlantic Cable. The war. The Berlin Congress. No date yet fixed for the meeting. The Russians still advancing. Declaration of the czar that he has nothing to conceal. Apprehensions at St. Petersburg. Two more British ships to pass the Dardenells. Great cruelties by the Turks reported in Epirus. Anglo-Russian war believed to be inevitable. England protests against further Russian advancese. Important English message to Constantinople. The Turks in case of war decide to remain neutral. Russians reported concentrating on the Austrian frontier.

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22 Mar 1878
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