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Foreign Office.

FURTHER CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTING THE AFFAIRS OF EGYPT.

Egypt No. 13 (1884). [In continuation of “Egypt No. 12 (1884).”] [C-3970]. London, Houses of Parliament 1884.
Sm. folio. iv + 15pp. Some browning, title page and contents leaf becoming detached at gutter hinge, rebound in modern blue wrapps. with paper title label to upper wrapp. To Sir E Baring March 25 1884 Expedition from Suakin to Berber. Cannot be sent. General Gordon can remain at Khartoum or retire by any route available - To Mr Egerton April 20, 1884 General Gordon to keep Government informed of danger at Khartoum and means for his removal. Gordons report on the Fall of Halfaya ‘Two black pashas of his own making suspected of gross treachery were tried by court marshall for conivance with rebels in reecent defeat, found guilty, and shot.’
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