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Reported Blowing up of the Kniaz Potemkin.

Pears for the Safety of Batoura,

No Truce with the Mutineers. Eeceived JulyJ 8, 7.45 am. London, July 7 Eeuter's Odessa correspondent states that it is reported that the Kniaz Potem- i kin was blown up near Theodosia. The " Times " St. Petersburg correspondent states that Admiral Kruger's battleships have proceeded to the Sea of Azov. The latest Sevastopol news implies that none of the fleet are willing to fire on the Kniaz Potemkin. The authorities fear an attack on Batoum, and the capture of the arsenal with the assistance of the disaffected towns folk. The Govemoi: of Odessa declares that I the Government will refuse a plenary amnesty, no matter what mad murderous enterprise the mutineers attempt.

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Reported Blowing up of the Kniaz Potemkin., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905

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Reported Blowing up of the Kniaz Potemkin. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905

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