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The Heralds Of Disaster

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    Under whatever circumstances the Russians have obtained the assistance
    of the air-ship, which rendered them services that have proved so
    disastrous to the Allies, there can be no doubt but that her arrival on
    the scene puts a completely different aspect on the face of affairs at sea.

    I have written this telegram on board first-class torpedo-boat, No. 87,
    which followed the Russian fleet from the Sound round the Skawe. They
    passed through the Kattegat in two columns of line ahead, with the
    air-ship apparently resting after her flight on board one of the largest
    steamers. We could see her quite distinctly by the glare of the rockets
    and the electric light. She is a small three-masted vessel almost
    exactly resembling the one which partially destroyed Kronstadt in the
    middle of March.

    After rounding the Skawe, the Russian fleet steamed away westward into
    the German Ocean, and we put in here to send off our despatches. This
    telegram has, of course, been officially revised, and my information, as
    far as it goes, can therefore be relied upon.

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