September 25, 2020

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DISCONTENT IN THE LAND OF EDEN

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September 7, 1890 If it be true or not that the only perfect goodness and happiness ever known in the world were once the blessings of a garden in Armenia, certain it is that little trace of them is left. If the wretched inhabitants of that unhappy country may still seek refuge from the blazing […]

TO HELP THE ARMENIANS

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September 2, 1890 CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 1. — The Armenian Patriarch, after a conference with the Sultan’s Secretary, obtained an irade assenting to all the demands made by the Patriarch in his memorandum, including the restoration of the privileges of the Armenian Church and the improvement of the condition of the Armenians in Asia Minor. The […]

ARMENIAN PROSECUTIONS

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September 1, 1890 LONDON, Sept. 1. — A correspondent of the Daily News at Igdir says it is reported there that the Armenian Governors have been ordered to arrest any Armenians caught conversing on the streets as conspirators, and to send them to Constantinople. In the event of resistance the Governors are instructed to shoot […]

A THREAT FROM ARMENIA

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August 31, 1890 CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug. 30. — The Armenian Secret Central Committee has sent a circular to the powers declaring that if the grievances against the Turkish Government are not redressed, a serious rising is certain.

ATROCITIES IN ARMENIA

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August 28, 1890 TIFLIS, Aug. 27. — Advices have been received from Moosh to the effect that the Armenians continue to be subjected to terrible atrocities. Bands of Kurds make raids nightly on the Armenian frontier villages and set fire to the crops. Influential Armenians are arrested nearly every day.

A PERSECUTED PATRIARCH

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August 3, 1890 The feeling heart cannot withhold a tribute of sympathy from the Armenian Patriarch of Alexandria (sic!) (Constantinople). A week ago, while conducting service in his cathedral, that prelate was assaulted by his congregation and very despitefully entreated. He escaped with his life, but he left behind him his canonicals and his patriarchal […]

DISTURBANCE OUTSIDE CONSTANTINOPLE

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August 2, 1890 THE RIOTOUS ARMENIANS RESIGNATION OF THE PATRIARCH CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug. 1. — During the disturbances by Armenians in the Koomcapo (sic!) (Koomkapou) quarter of this city last Sunday the Sultan’s escutcheon at the Armenian Patriarchate was carried away and smashed. The examination of the prisoners who are held for taking part in the […]

THAT ARMENIAN ASSAULT

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CONSTANTINOPLE, July 31. — The greater number of the Armenians who were arrested for taking part in the assault upon the Patriarch in the Armenian Cathedral on Sunday last have been released. Twenty-five of them, however, are held for trial. They will be arraigned before a military council sitting at the Seraskierate (sic!) (Seraskeriate). The […]

FIGHTING IN CONSTANTINOPLE

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THE ARMENIAN PATRIARCH MOBBED SOLDIERS AND RIOTERS KILLED CONSTANTINOPLE, July 28. — A large crowd of Armenians gathered in the Armenian cathedral in this city yesterday for the purpose of remonstrating with the Patriarch of the Church for his weak action toward the Porte regarding the outrages perpetrated by Turks in Armenia, and to demand […]

The Erzeroum Massacre

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New York Times, July 26, 1890 ARMENIANS SLAUGHTERED AND THE BRITISH CONSULATE STONED LONDON, July 26. — The News gives the following details of the recent riots at Erzeroum: “On June 20 the soldiery were ordered to disperse Armenians who were holding a meeting in a churchyard. The soldiers began a massacre of the Armenians […]
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