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Enquist's Duplicity.

Humours of Dissatisfaction m Manchuria. Throwing the Wounded Overboard Eeceived Jane 6, 9.12 a.m, London, June 5 Admiral Enquist's squadron sent an officer ashore at Sual representing themselves to be a distressed French squadron, and asked permission to telegraph to the Czar. Th a commandants at Sual warned Admiral Train, who immediately sent a powerful squadron and escorted the Russians to Manila. It is expected they will be interned there. The Russian prisoners are terribly distressed at Eozje3tvenski's capture. Tha "Times" states that dreadful unconfirmed rumours are m circulation m fct. Petersburg that grave dissatisfaction broke out m the Manchurian army immediately the naval disaster was disclosed. The Lena at San Francisco will now be allowed to proceed to Vladivostock as an hospital ship. The Russians confirm the story of the throwing of the Orel's badly wounded overboard.

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Enquist's Duplicity., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905

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Enquist's Duplicity. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905

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