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THE ENTRY INTO CABUL.

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(From the second edition of Tuesday's Daily News.) ALLAHABAD, Oct. 14, 7.61 a.m. General Roberts and his staff, on visiting the Bala Hissar, found that the Residency was still standing, but that it had been completely looted, even to the hangings At the northern end of the court-yard stood a high building from the roof of which the Embtssy fire had been directed Here the outer walls are still standing. Beneath the debris in front is a pile of charred logs, where the bodies bad been buried. The bodies of Major Cavagnari and Dr. Kelly are said to be beheath the debris. Excavations are to be made. Major Cavagnarl's visiting diary has been found at the Ameer's palace. The following proclamation, issued by General Roberts, will be read with interest:— Proclamation to the People of Cabul. "-Be It known to all that the British army is advancing on Cabul to take possession of the city. If it he allowed to do so peacefully, well and good; if not, the city will be seized by force. Therefore, all well-disposed persons who have taken no part in the dastardly murder of the British Embassy or in the plunder of the Residency are warned that if unable to prevent resistance being offered to the entrance of the British army and to the authority of His Highness the Ameer, they should make immediate arrangements for their own safety, either by coming into the British camp or by such other measures as may seem fit to them and, as the British Government does not make war on women and children, warning is given that all women and children should be removed from the city beyond the reach of harm. The British Government desires to treat all classes with justice and to respect their religious feelings and customs, while it will extct full retribution from the offenders. Every effort will, therefore, be made to pre- vent the Innocent suffering with the guilty but it Is necessary that the utmost precaution should be be taken against useless opposition. Therefore, alter the receipt of this proclamation, all persons found armed in or about Cabul will be treated as er.emies of the British Government. Further it must be clearly understood that if the entry of the British force is resisted, I cannot hold myself responsible for any accidental mischief which may be done to persons and property, even of well-disposed people who may have neglectel1 this warning."

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