News from Constantinople, they claim that the news about Ydra and the Greek victory in Mili, published in Gazette of the 25th of June were exaggerated and misleading. Ibrahim Pasha expedition against Napoli di Romania is described as followed: Ibrahim without resistance arrived at Mili. Ypsilantis with some hundreds of men was holding the position between a swamp and the sea with the Egyptians trying to attack with no result. The Greek fleet was assisting the Greek troops on shore. This was the report received by the French frigate which was present in the battle. The dangers of Ibrahim Pasha in his return towards Tripolitsa were invented by the Gazete of Ydra and he obviously returned to Tripolitsa without any obstacle. According to a further publication of the Gazete of Ydra there was another battle, the 5th of July, near Trikorfa which is not mentioned in any map. Furthermore, Egyptian troops arrived in Navarino and marched towards Tripolitsa. In Nafplio the Greek military authorities took several measures to secure the place. Detailed description. Several people (named, mostly foreigners), had been arrested and sent to Ydra for imprisonment with the charge of contacting the Egyptian Pasha (even the people under European consul protection). Turkish fleet arrived in Krioneri near Messolongi. Yussuf Pasha had conquered Vostitsa (Egio) and the roads from Preveza to Salona had been completely evacuated by the Greeks. On the 16th of July, Reshit Pasha attacked Messolongi. The Turks accuse Britain that they helped the Greeks in Nafplio. Several other detailed news about Ibrahim Pasha’s expedition in Morea.