By our latest European exchanges we learn that in a few weeks will be completed a sethat in a few weeks will be completed e nection with the Continental telegraph. It been promoted by the European Te e-graph Company.andoneofitspeculi no e ties is that it is being laid down along the old co cl oad tl o gl Deptfo d, G eenw b I oo e -hill, Dartford, Gravesend, Strood, Ro le e Cl flan ttingbo ne F e inC ebryc oBoe Amy be known, the South-Eastern Railway Compan e 1 e p opne o of tl e p en e egr pi nd the company would not sanction the formation of a second One of telegraph, le plan was devised of laying the wires unde god ongtle o d ml o lo ewl 1 e con eyed nde 1 e London tree o the several telegraph stations. Sanction obtained of the different road trusts, and me 00 o 00 orkn en e no ac e employed day and night on the works. The j oppe e six n n mbe e en ed n g t pe cl nd be ng depo ed n k nd oft o gl on tr ted of ky n ed mbe t 1 d n trend dgnthe d, o ne f t nd I Iff om tie f e In o de th t tl e e Vo Id not be tl e po b li of tl e e f 1 ng te t bo e b 1 li tie A poed eeecedee nle Tie Hbrk e p oceedi g vi I tl e mo t e pe Spa A mile and a hall is completed e e- 1W A o ding to lepeent ange ftfe* e villbe o p ortone- , mm F ft otoBisse mdho he jp9t*re o te At present it is not PwttWl-ee tlee villb n n e a edi ife jten between London and Dover. The Iplerspi* omple ed t a Cl I m f om Cornhill.
This article was originally published with the title "Submarine Telegraph"