News from Athens: The area of Attiki is occupied by the Turks. The Turks captured 300 Greek women in the area of Kapandriti. Some of these women revealed the place that the Greeks were hiding their wheat. All this wheat along with raisins from Kalamo area is transported to Negrοponte. Several Turks advance up to Athens. The Greeks burned a monastery in the suburbs of the city in order not to be used by the Turks. Gurras with 300 men is fortified in Acropolis. There are further 1000 Greeks in the city, as all the population had escaped to Salamina. The Greek administration established in Salamina is not pleased with Gourras’s decision to send them away. Gourras put Petrobey’s son with 170 men in Athens, but he did not allow them to enter Acropolis. According to further news up to late September, there are no Turks in the city, while 600 cavalry men are 3 hours away of the city. Greeks put some artillery in the walls of the city but these are not enough to provide real resistance. In addition of the 1000 Greeks in the city, there are 2000 more Greeks in the surrounding mountains, divided in units of 100 to 200 men each. The Turkish intentions are still not clear. The Ottoman fleet attacked Scopelos. Several other news from Greece.