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  • Fielding, The Soul of a People (Buddhism in Burma) (London, 1898), Thibaw's Queen (London, 1899), A People at School (1906); Capt.
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  • C. Bayldon, a British naval officer, Capt.
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  • 2 (1904), and Capt.
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  • See Ligon, History of Barbados (1657); Oldmixon, British Empire in America (1741); A Short History of Barbados (1768); Remarks upon the Short History (1768); Poyer, History of Barbados (1808); Capt.
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  • Wellsted, Travels in Arabia (aondon, 1838); Capt.
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  • The British squadron consisted of the armoured cruisers " Good Hope " (flag., Capt.
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  • Philip Francklin: 1902, 14,200 tons, 2 9 2-in., 16 6-in., 21 knots) and " Monmouth " (Capt.
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  • Frank Brandt: 1903, 9,800 tons, 14 6-in., 22.3 knots), the light cruiser " Glasgow " (Capt.
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  • John Luce: 1910, 4,800 tons, 2 6-in., io 4-in., 25 knots), and the armed merchant cruiser " Otranto " (Capt.
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  • The " Canopus " (Capt.
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  • The West Atlantic Trough lying on the western side of the Central Rise widens in the north into the North American Basin, and its, greatest depths appears to be in the Porto Rico Trench, where in 1882 Capt.
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  • See Capt.
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  • The attack on the mole was to be made by the" Vindictive "(Capt.
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  • A strong body of 15 destroyers was attached to the Zeebrugge force under Capt.
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  • With them were 33 motor launches under Capt.
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  • Eagles, B (Portsmouth) Capt.
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  • Bernard Weller, and machine-guns under Capt.
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  • The seamen were under Capt.
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  • This and other points on the route were marked by buoys laid after careful triangulation by Capt.
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  • Bryan Adams ran out along them, followed closely by the Royal Marines led by Capt.
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  • Meanwhile, in the "Vindictive," Capt.
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  • Lionel Chappell, with Capt.
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  • to end), by Sir James Willcocks,(London, 1904); The Ashanti Campaign of 1900, by Capt.
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  • Montanaro (London, 1901); The Relief of Kumasi, by Capt.
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  • Harris Nicolas (1845); Life of Nelson, by Capt.
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  • Provinz (Vienna, 1879); papers (with maps) by Capt.
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  • by Capt.
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  • The legislature of 1861 provided for a war fund of $2,000,000; and Capt.
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  • recruits) under Capt.
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  • Scott (1910-2).--Capt.
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  • The main object of Capt.
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  • An Australian expedition was fitted out under the command of Dr. (later Sir) Douglas Mawson, with Capt.
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  • Wilhelm Filchner organized a German expedition to the Weddell Sea in 1911, and sailed from South Georgia in the " Deutschland " (Capt.
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  • Two small depots of provisions were afterwards laid out on the Barrier ice as a base for land parties while the ship sought for winter quarters; but Capt.
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  • The effort succeeded in great measure through the fine seamanship of Capt.
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  • On the Ross Sea side the " Aurora," under command of Capt.
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  • The ship was repaired by the New Zealand Government and dispatched under the command of Capt.
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  • In 1913 another traverse was made through the heart of Greenland by Capt.
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  • The " Taimir " and " Vaigach," which Capt.
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  • 1914 Capt.
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  • He graduated from the Harvard Medical School in 1884, was appointed assistant surgeon with the rank of first-lieutenant in the U.S. army in 1886, and at once joined Capt.
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  • While trading with these Indians, Capt.
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  • frontier by Capt.
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  • Holland and Capt.
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  • The kings ministers had refused to take her counsels or to entrust Capt crc her with another army, but she went forth with a small and force of volunteers to relieve the important fortress of Compigne.
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  • 2 See the calculations of Capt.
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  • Off the 1 The estimate of Capt.
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  • See also, besides the works already mentioned, various books by Capt.
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  • 35 1; Entwurf einer geographisch-geologischen Beschreibung der Insel Celebes (Wiesbaden, 1901); Reisen in Celebes, 1893-1896, 1902-1903 (Wiesbaden, 1905); Versuch einer Anthropologie der Insel Celebes (Wiesbaden, 1906); C. van der Hart, Reize rondon het Eiland Celebes (The Hague, 1853); Capt.
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  • Capt A White survived the war, but fell to a sniper's bullet in Dublin in 1920.
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  • bumbles joined by the somewhat bumbling friend Capt. May played by Neil Stuke.
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  • Discretion to use colorado to author feb with capt craig space in the.
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  • The action was taken by Capt. John Broome, senior officer in charge of the naval escort.
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  • Some of the vehicles in the convoy were disabled, and Capt Philippson was shot and killed in the ensuing firefight.
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  • Capt. KNOWLES was employed in destroying the fortifications at Porto Bello after its capture on 22 November.
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  • There are also a few wrecks including the Russian frigate, Capt. Keith Tibbets, sunk in 1996 at 25m.
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  • Taking advantage of a strong northerly Capt. TAYLOR ran to Zante on 6 February 1814 to consult with Lieut.
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  • On 17th March 1744 a Spanish sloop was taken by Capt. FRANKLAND and carried into Charlestown, S. Carolina.
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  • Team Manager, Capt Rod Lambert sings " I'm a little teapot " to some young visitors to the caravan!
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  • When Capt. LESLIE learned that the fort had been made tenable again he ordered that it should be defended.
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  • 5, 7 and 8 platoons were forming up under Capt.
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  • Landing from a small boat, with one or two native followers, at the confluence of the Niger and Benue, he chose Lokoja as the base of his future operations, it being the site of the model farm established by the expedition sent by the British government in 1841, and abandoned within a twelvemonth on the death of most of the white settlers (see Capt.
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  • When Capt. Baker gets well he will take me in his big ship to Africa.
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  • Team Manager, Capt Rod Lambert sings " I 'm a little teapot " to some young visitors to the caravan !
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  • F-Zero: Clear the Subspace Emissary having used Capt.
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  • Shiver me timbers, the Smiths are walking the plank for treason on the high seas in honor of Capt'n Mark Smith's 5th birthday.
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  • Other modifications ensued, particularly after Capt.
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  • (1904); Capt.
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  • 988), Pyrgopolinices (MR. 56), Thensaurochrysonicochrysides (Capt.
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  • from the eastern end of this pass is the Rocky Mountains Park, with the famous watering-place of Banff as its centre; (3) the Yellow Head Pass, running west from the northern branch of the Saskatchewan river; this pass was discovered by Capt.
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  • 2, 1904); Capt.
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  • 1884-85); Capt.
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