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Rozjestvenski's Surrender.

Another Report of the Battle. News Leaking: Out m St. Petersburg. French Press Counsel Peace. London, May 31 Rozjestvenski was wounded m the left arm and surrendered. The auxiliary cruiser Smolensk bas arrived at Wusung. Linievitch telegraphs that the commanders of the cruiser Almaz, which has arrived at Vladivostock report^ " We lost the Kniaz Suvaroff, Borodino, Oslabya, and TJral m Saturday's battle. The Alexander was seriously damaged at the outset. After the Alinaz departed from the fleet the battle was renewed m darkness, and fche result is unknown. A lieutenant and four sailors on the Alraaz were killed and ten wounded." \ Naval attaches are excluded from Vladi- J voƟtook. News of the defeat is being gradually divulged m St. Petersburg. The Bourse is convulsed. French newspapers are unanimous ia recommending peace.

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Rozjestvenski's Surrender., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905

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Rozjestvenski's Surrender. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905

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