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Reported Intention to Besiege Vladivostock.

Another Japanese Internal Loan.

The Baltic Fleet's Whereabouts,

Received May 2, 8.43 a.m. London, May 1 The Russians report that General Hasegawas and the 6th Japanese Army consisting of 100,000 men, ar ate Gensan They will shortly move northwards and attempt to invest Vladivostock. General Andrieff opposes General Hasegawas when the latter is crossing the Tumen. The fifth Japanese internal loan has been oovered five fold. Part of the Baltio Fleet is outside territorial limits forty mile 3 north, of Kamranh Bay. The Russian, German, and British transports are off Caps St. James and the Saigon river. The French Cochin China naval division has been mobilised, and intends to preserve neutrality.

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Reported Intention to Besiege Vladivostock., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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Reported Intention to Besiege Vladivostock. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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