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Plenipotentiaries Appointed.

A Japanese Advance. United Press Association— Oy dleohic Telegraph—Copyright Lonpon, July 3 Roosevelt has announced that the Plenipotentiaries are Count Mui-avieff, Ba'on Rosen, Baron Komiua.and Count Takahira, who have full power to negotiate and conclude a treaty, subject to ratification by their respective Governments. Linievitch reports that on the morning of the 29th a vigorous Japanese advance at Beihie compelled the Russians to retreat until reinforced, when the Japanese retired. The Japanese have advanced from Nanchanchenso to Luguchau, and from Jalantsi to Wanhaku.

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Plenipotentiaries Appointed., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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Plenipotentiaries Appointed. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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