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A Russian Attack Repulsed.

300 Russian Casualties.

Received May 13, 8.40 a.m. London, May 12

Two regiments of Russian infantry, five sotnias of cavalry, and one battery of artillery attacked the Japanese extreme right at Tiugcheng on Thursday. The infantry advanced under cover of a heavy artillery fire to within a hundred metres of the Japanese position, when the garrison assumed the offensive and attacked and dispersed the Russians, who left 60 dead and 160 wounded on the field. The total Russian casualties were 300, while the Japanese had one killed and 50 wounded.

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A Russian Attack Repulsed., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6569, 13 May 1905

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A Russian Attack Repulsed. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6569, 13 May 1905

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