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No Javanese Warship, Seriously Injured.

Official Statement of the Russian Losses. Rozjestvenski Severely Wounded, A British Appeal to the Czar for Peace. Received June 1, 8.47 a.m. London, May 31 Admiral Togo reports that no Japanese warship was seriously injured. The Japanese Legation announce that six battleships, five cruisers, one coast defence ship, two special service ships, and three destroyers were sunk; and two battleships and two coast defence ships captured. Rozjestvenski and another Admiral were both severely wounded. They were found aboard tbe captured destroyer Bilovy. George Meredith, Andrew Carnegie, Baron Rothschild, W. T. Stead, Lord Avebury, Frederick Harrison, and other influential Humanitarians, including the Secretaries of the Peace Society, and of the International Arbitration and Peace Association, have appealed to the Czar to end the war.

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No Javanese Warship, Seriously Injured., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905

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No Javanese Warship, Seriously Injured. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905

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