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ARMENIAN RAIDERS

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November 11, 1890 ERZEROUM, Nov. 10. — Five hundred armed Armenians concentrated at Mador, Russian territory, yesterday, and made a raid on several Kurdish villages, tilling five persons. The band was attacked and dispersed by Cossacks. The police here have made a large seizure of Martini rifles and ammunition intended for Armenians.

CRUELTY OF THE TURKS

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November 6, 1890 PROF. BRYCE DESCRIBES THE CONDITION OF ARMENIA Prof. James Bryce addressed an audience of Armenians yesterday afternoon at the Grand Opera House Council Booms, Eighth Avenue and Twenty-third Street. Before beginning his address he was presented with a memorial thanking him in warmest terms for his efforts on behalf of suffering Armenia. […]

THE ARMENIAN TROUBLES

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November 4, 1890 CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 3. — An encounter has occurred between a detachment of Turkish troops and a band of armed Armenians, near Erzengan, seventy-five miles southwest of Erzeroum, in Armenia. Seven of the soldiers were killed and fifteen were wounded. Acting under an order issued by the Sultan, the Governor of Erzeroum summoned […]

THE OUTRAGE IN TURKEY

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October 28, 1890 WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. — Inquiry at the Department of State concerning the case of the American citizen, reported in the dispatches from Constantinople as being arrested and incarcerated for alleged complicity in Armenian revolutionary plots, fails to establish absolutely his identity. The department has in its possession the names of several American […]

OUTRAGES UPON ARMENIANS

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October 16, 1890 VIENNA, Oct, 15. — A dispatch from Constantinople states that arrests of Armenians are still being made, and that many of those who have been taken into custody have been shockingly maltreated and tortured. Among other cruelties to which the prisoners have been subjected is the withholding from them of all food. […]

ARMENIANS TAKE REVENGE

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October 14, 1890 CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 13. — Dispatches received here say that a party of Armenians and Druses attacked the barracks at Silensia, Syria, and blew up a portion of the buildings. Forty Turkish soldiers were killed. The Armenians then invaded the Government building, killed the Governor, and robbed the Treasury of its contents. From […]

ARMENIANS AND TURKS

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October 5, 1890 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR HELPLESS CHRISTIANS THE VICTIMS OF THE SUBLIME PORTE To the Editor of the New-York Times: Disturbances of the gravest significance are being produced in the Ottoman Empire. The corrupt administration of the Turkish officials in Armenia, the Armenophobe policy of the Sublime Porte, the acquittal of Moussa Bey, […]

THE PERSECUTED ARMENIANS

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September 10, 1890 CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 9. — The Kurds have set fire to the crops of the Armenians in many places in the vicinity of Bitlis. The Porte has dispatched troops to Ismindt (sic!) (Ismidt) in consequence of the receipt of reports of several Conflicts there between Armenians and Circassians. The Extraordinary Council returned the […]

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 […]
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