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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH! PEMBROKESHIRE HERALD OFFICE, HAVERFORDWEST, FRIDAY, JUXE 15TH, 4 A.M. THE W A R. Prince Gortschakoff expects that the French loss up to the 8th of June, after the second day's attack, was 2500 killed and wounded, and the Russians made 275 men and 7 officers prisoners, and took two French cannon. The Sebastopol Army Inquiry Committee met yester- lay, and it is supposed that the report will be ready :o-day. A letter from Kertch, dated May 28th, states that the roal captured there has been sold by auction, and has produced a snm of £100,000 sterling, which is to be divided among the troops. Lord Panmure has received a nominal return of officers bounded between the 4th and the 8th instant. The loss of the English, on the 7th and 8th, amounted ,o 122 non-commissioned officers drummers and privates, villed 510 wounded; and 15 missirig.

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