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COLLISION AT SEA.

A FIELD-MARSHAL DROWNED. Per Press Assooia mo.v—Copyright.] LONDON, September 23. A collision took place off Fiumc, a seaport in Croatia, at the head of the Adriatic, between the steamers Agua and Ikan. The latter sank, and thirty-six passengers were drowned, including Fieldmarshal Behaignad, of the Austrian Army. [Fiume is about forty-five miles in a direct line south-west of Trieste.]

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COLLISION AT SEA., Issue 10428, 24 September 1897

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COLLISION AT SEA. Issue 10428, 24 September 1897

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