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THE DANO-GERMAN WAR. THE NAVAL FIGHT IN THE NOKTII SEA. HELIGOLAND, Monday, Four p.m.—A very severe naval engagement, lasting an hour and a half, has taken place between three Danish frigates and the German squadron. An Austrian frigate appears to be in flames, and is approaching the Island) accompanied by all the German ships, whilst the Danish fleet is steering north- wards. FIVE p. m.—The whole Danish fleet is at anchor be- hind Sand Island. The fire one board the Austrian fri- gate has been extinguished. She lost her foremast and bowsprit. HELIGOLAND, May 9, 9 p. m.-The Austrian frigate which was set on fire and lost her foremast and bowsprit in the naval engagement of to-day, was the Schwarzen- berg. She had 100 men killed and wounded. On board the Radetzky, twenty-five men were killed and wounded. The Prussian ships have not sustained much injury. The combined squadron is now lying at anchor in the Roads. It is said the Danes have also suffered severely. They are proceeding in a northerly direction. In the action off Heligoland, in which the Danes proved victorious, the vessels engaged were— On the side of the Germans- truna Austrian f Sch warzenberg 50 t iladetzky 39 (Adler 26 Prussian < Gunboat 3 Ditto 3 Total. 121 On the side of the Danes- Niels Juel a<j Heimdal {g Dagmar 16 Total 74

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