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Russian Hospital Ships Captured.

Officers Released on Parole.

Togo Congratulated. London, June 1. The sinking of the Jemtcbug is nob confirmed, and her name is omitted from the latest official list. The Orel and the Imperator Nikolai I. were only slightly damaged. During the battle two Russian hospital ships were captured and brought to Sasebo a3 they were suspected of strategically participating in the fightin sr. The officers from the Orel and the other vessels which surrendered have been released on parole. It is officially reported at Tokio that Rear-Admiral Enqvist was wounded during the battle. Admiral Baron Gombei Yamamoto, the Japanese Minister for Marine, in a message to Admiral Togo, offers the Government's congratulations, praises the Emperor's virtues, thanks the navy, and expresses sympathy with the killed and wounded.

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Russian Hospital Ships Captured., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6586, 2 June 1905

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Russian Hospital Ships Captured. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6586, 2 June 1905

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