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Admiral Enauist's Version.

Japanese Submarines Responsible. A Touchingl Scene. London, Juno 2 Admiral Enquiat escaped on Saturday night, and was not aware that the battle was continued on Sunday. He declares that the attack was so sudden and ferocious that his section of the fleet was completely overwhelmed. The greatest damage was inflicted at a range of five miles. Eeuter's Manila correspondent states that all the Eussian officers; attribute their confusion and defeat to a large number of Japanese submarines. ! The warships Vigo and Cincinnatti are guarding Enquist's ships at Manila. Togo visited RoKJestvenski at Sasebo hospital, and sympathised with his wounds. He praised the Russians' desperate courage and hoped Eozjestyeneki would soon be able to return home. Eoajeßtvenijki was

deeply touched, an J sfatod that the courRge and patriotism of«ho Japanese le-wned his regret at defeat, The Japanese Minister of Marina .sent, 11 x\ stvemki flowuiv, and expressed aopr'->'.i.<-.iion 'of the valour of wounded officer's ai>u iucd.

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Admiral Enauist's Version., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905

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