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with M. Tricoupi
French Minister has counselled Greek Government to adopt pacific course
Excesses of Albanian irregulars in Christian villages near frontiers of Greece
Proclamation of martial law by Porte. Foreign subjects not excepted. Protest of Greek Govern
Settling of Circassian families in Macedonia. Ser-
Complaint of Turkish outrages at Rhodes and
Protest of Greek Government against martial law
Greek complaints against Turkey. Alleged attack
Conversation of Mr. Sandison with Grand Vizier
Conversation with Server Pasha on subject of pro-
Approves advice tendered to Grand Vizier, as to importance of maintaining good understanding with Greece
Conciliatory note addressed by Porte to Photiades
Note addressed to Greek Government, explaining the motives of the communications of Her Majesty's Government to them as to their policy with regard to Turkey
Approves advice given to Server Pasha urging con-
Martial law applicable to foreign subjects in Turkey.
Has informed M. Tricoupi of the conciliatory
Attitude of Greece.
Approves his language to
M. Tricoupi. See No. 109..
Greek armaments. Arrival of rifles
Attitude of Greece is more warlike, owing to
Albanian Gueghas in Thessaly. Server Pasha
Greece determined to attack Turkey on first oppor-
Questions between Turkey and Greece.
formed M. Tricoupi of Mr. Layard's representations to the Porte..
Greek reserves will not yet be allowed to return to their homes
Admission of Greece to a Conference. M. Tricoupi wishes to bring under consideration unofficially..
Admission of Greece to a Conference. Italian