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Enqvist's Vessels Interned.

Officers and Crews Released on Parole. Londoh, June 10 Admiral Train has interned Admiral Bnqvisc's war ships at Manila, the officers and men being released on parole. The Czar has telegraphed to Admiral Rozjestvenski:—" Heartily thank you and all members of your squadron for your loya! fulfilment of duty. God did not give you success, but the country is proud of your courage. I wish you a speedy recovery. May God console us all." The Czar has also thanked Admiral Enqvist and the Commander of the Almaz, who took his vessel safely to Vladivostock, hoping the consciousness of having sacredly fulfilled their duty is with them m the heavy trial Russia is experiencing.

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Enqvist's Vessels Interned., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6593, 12 June 1905

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Enqvist's Vessels Interned. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6593, 12 June 1905

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