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JAMES'S GAZETTRsays of the clashing DAILY CHRONICLE Correspondent with General flght before Metammeli Nothing seems to" have Stewart's force have attracted great attention." escaped the attention of the Correspondent of the THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND COUNTY LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE and the whole story TIMES :—" The battles of Abu Kiea and of Guuat will is told with a quiet and full particularity which—to use in the hands of some future Napier-like historian till a a very hackneyed phrase—leaves nothing to b desired." glorious page in British records. Fortunately the story THE NEW YORK TRIBtTNE of Feb. 1 complains is at hand in the columns of description telegraphed by of Lord Wolseley's' confused despatch relating to Gen. the Special Correspondents of our daily contemporaries, Stewart sl "brilliant success;" and adds: "Among notably by that of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE, the press telegrams the next morning the LONDON which a consensus of opinion in press circles admits DAILY CHRONICLE'S was the only good one." has shot at once to the front in its sp'.endidly-wrii ton BOLTON EVENING NEWS:—" There is news this account of the last battle in which our little but gallant morningof a most startling character regarding event., at force under Stewart rolled back the tremendous onset x-ffthe seat of war in the Soudan. The first authority for the of the Arabs." information of the Fall of Khartoum was the LONDON NEWCASTLE DAILY JOURNAL:—"The tele- DAILY CHRONICLE, which has been conspicuous for grams of the fighting before Metammeh were through- excellent accounts of recent battles in the Soudan." out of the most brilliant character. The palm for des- PENNY ILLUSTRATED PAPER: A veteran War cription must this time be given to the Correspondent Correspondent, Mr. Charles Williams, won the Press of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE." laurel for his animated account of the Battle of MANCHESTER DAILY NEWS: The most con- Metammeh, in Mr. Edward Lloyd's popular newspaper, secutive narrative appears in the LONDON DAILY the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE." 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