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The Kniezpotemkin to be Sunk

Sailors in Barracks Revolt,

Outbreak at RevaL

St, Petersburg, June 30.

Vice-Admiral Kruger, with four warships/ has quitted Sevastopol, and is proceeding Odossa to summon the Kniezpotemkin to surrender. If she refuses she will be sunk, and thereafter Krugar will assist the authorities. The Consuls of the various nations have asked the warships to protect foreigners, The sailors at the naval barracks at Libau revolted, wrecked the barracks and storekeepers, attacked officers houses and fired rifles from the windows. {Artillery was summoned, and a Cossack regiment went to the harbor, where fighting resulted with loss of life.

An outbreak at Beval is also reported.

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The Kniezpotemkin to be Sunk, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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The Kniezpotemkin to be Sunk Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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