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Poland, Writer 3 Cl. II Ecyim and Sudan cktlt'd ruvc-rsc, no c lasp W. Webber, Engrs. Purse, 2nd Capt. M'top, H. Jeffery, Shipwt. Cbilds, Carpr. Appointed to the rate of Carpenter, R. Euphrates during the Egypt operations of and was pensioned ashore in October Childs died at his residence in Portsmouth in April Ardella, Cap.

Bugg, Cap. Pudifoot, Boy 1 Cl. Walker, W. Taylor, Ch. Burrow, Butcher's Asst. Baker, Admis. Cook, H. In his subsequent career of some 20 years, his sole experience of active service was as a Domestic 1 st Class - and more specifically as cook to Vice-Admiral Sir William Dowell, K. Minotaur during the Egypt operations of , an exacting role that undoubtedly ran the risk of the occasional broadside. Baker, who was also awarded the L.

Medal in April , was pensioned ashore in May Ball, Sk. Rouse, Armr. Hamden, G. Mattocks, Tailor, H. Searle, Shoemr. Bennett, Stokr. Ford, Armrs. Crew, H. Callaway, Ch. Harris, Carps. Mate, H. May, Sailmaker's Mate, H. Simmonds, B'smith's [Mte. Rowland, Saiimkr. Costick, Capt. Mast, H. English, Sh. Pach, W. Condor contact marks and edge bruising, about very fine luly W. Johns, Ag.

Greenyer, Carps. Davies, Caulks. Berry, Sign. Lipscombe, Coxn. Joining I I. Brown, Sh. Euryalus hen! Hobbs, Skd. Dear, W. Seahorse 'Svi. Abbott, 2nd Cap. F'cle, H. A Leading Seaman aboard H. Monarch by the time of his participation in the Egypt operations of , including the bombardment of Alexandria and Tel-el-Kebir, he was awarded his L. Medal in August Langham, Comdrs. Woodward, Capt. Top, H. Carysfort in the Egypt operations of , and was landed from her for service in the Naval Brigade in the Suakin operations of , his verified entitlement to the "El-Teb" clasp being one of approximately 40 to Carysfort's crew.

Woodward, who was pensioned ashore as a Captain of the Hold in August , was not awarded the L. Medal on account of being deprived of several Good Conduct Badges. Wilson, A. Only 7 clasps for Tofrek issued to the Condor. Minotaur in the Egypt operations of , and again, on transferring to the Condor, with the Naval Brigade in the Suakin and Tofrek operations of Wilson, who was not awarded the L. Medal, was pensioned ashore as an Able Seaman in July Hamer, Armr.

Joining H. Hecta as an Armourer in May , he went on to witness active service in the Egypt operations of , including the bombardment of Alexandria, and afterwards in the Suakin operations of , when he went ashore with the Naval Brigade and was present at the Battles of El-Teb and Tamaai. Returning home to an appointment at Vernon, he was advanced to Torpedo Artificer in May , but in December of the following year obtained a 'free discharge for the purpose of entering the service of the Chinese Government.

Penelope light contact marks, very fine and rare J. Just eight Medals with the above described clasp combination were awarded to the R. He subsequently witnessed active service during his commission aboard H. Penelope from April until January , being present at the bombardment of Alexandria, and again, having transferred to the Sphinx, with the Naval Brigade in the Suakin operations of and Mitchell, who was not awarded the L.

Medal, was pensioned ashore as a Chief Cook in December Streater, Ldg. Stoker, H. Musa Ismail, Interpr. Camilleri, Captns. Miller, Butcher, H. Attrill, S. Williams, Caulker, H. Appointed a Caulker's Mate in H.

London, the harbour store ship at Zanzibar in February , he went on to witness active service in the Egypt operations of , in the Serapis. Williams was pensioned ashore in March Connolly, Actg. Rennolls, Captns. The Nile H. Dimery, Captn. He subsequently witnessed active service in Egypt, having been detached from H. Monarch to the Nile Elotilla for the period , and was awarded the L. Medal in February while serving as a Boatman in H. Coast Guard. Dimery was finally pensioned ashore as a Commissioned Boatman in November and, although briefly recalled in August as a member of the Royal Fleet Resewe, was immediately discharged as medically unfit.

Garner, Lamptr. Humber who were landed for service in the Naval Brigade. Penny, Plumber, H. Kinsman, Sh. Starling for service in the Naval Brigade in the Suakin operations of Gribbell, Bosn's Mte.

Ainscough, Ord. Swallow, and other ships, during the Witu August operations, he became one of 35 men from his ship to earn the appropriate Medal and clasp. He did not, however, witness further active service until ihe Great War - having been pensioned ashore as a Petty Officer 1st Class in March , he was recalled from the Royal Fleet Reserve on the outbreak of hostilities in August - when he joined the newly commissioned battleship Victorious.

Ainscough was once more pensioned ashore in February Lockyer, Bur. Deighton, R. Appointed a Gunner, R. Deighton, who was commissioned as a Lieutenant in April , was jiacetl on the Retired List in August and was promoted to Lieutenant-Commander Retired in April He tiled in Sefjtember , aged 73 years. Woodcock, Lg. Nocentini, Bandmr. Endymion in une , and subsequently witnessed active service off China during the Boxer Rebellion, This would appear to have been his only service and he was discharged ashore from Pembroke I in May Relief of Pekin G.

Allen, Band. Appointed a Band Corporal in February , while serving aboard H. Orlando, he witnessed active service in China in the following year, as part of the Naval Brigade landed for the relief of Pekin operations. Allen, who transferred to the Royal Marine Band in lanuary , is known to have received the L.

Medal in May and would, of course, have qualified fora minimum entitlement of a British War Medal during the Great War. Relief of Pekin J. Crout, Bandn. Pengelly, PIbrs. Milazzo, Sh Philomel good very fine. List, R. In the first week of March , conscious of this shortcoming, the Admiralty approved the appointment of 31 Temporary Surgeon Lieutenants Dental to the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, List among them, and by the end of the War there were around 90 officers serving in a similar capacity.

He subsequently entered private practice in London, being variously based at such well-known "medical addresses" as Portland Place, Cavendish Place and Harley Street, and was still operating in the early s at Charterhouse Square in the city. Martin, TIr. Fisher, R. Gamble, P. Sadler, Wmn. Cook, R. II, R. Layton, Ord. Hoy, Boy Tel. Earl, L. Lydon, M. Wilkinson, DB, H. As the 'sole regular bearer of the White Ensign south of the Ec uator', the Endurance represented the only visible trace of British interests in the Falkland Islands being taken seriously, so when news was received that she was to be withdrawn and scrapped, Captain Barker took up the offensive with Whitehall, Fortuitously for British interests, he won a reprieve, and, as a consequence, his ship and his crew were able to play a crucial part in ihe capture of South Georgia and at the retaking of the outlying dependency of South Thule, and in an associated S.

Barker, 'who harl a swashbuckling disregard of rules and regulations which was bound to annoy bureaucrats', paid a heavy price for his intuitive and d. F:c ually upsetting was the fac:t that his C.

As he later remarked, on hearing that a formal Falklands inquiry was to Ire established, "Most of those who might be found culpable for the invasion having taken placel have been knighted, promoted or decorated - or all three," www.

Leonard, Captain of Forecastle, H. William Leonard a. In his subsequent career of 35 years, he won entitlement to the Naval General Service 1 with clasps for "Java" and "Navarino", the former for services as a Boy 2nd Class in H. Bucephalus and the latter as a Captain's Coxswain in the Cambrian.

However, as verified by extensive accompanying research, one of the most dramatic moments of his career occurred on 23 June , when his ship, the Drake, was shipwrecked off Newfoundland with the loss of one third of her crew. In a letter to the Admiralty, a senior surviving crew member.

Gunner Thomas Elgar, wrote: 'At half past seven o'clock the land was observed with heavy breakers ahead - immediately we hauled our wind, but not being enabled to clear the danger on that tack, attempted to stay the vessel, but from the heavy sea her stern took the breakers, and immediately fell broadside on the rocks, where the sea beat completely over her.

The masts were cut away with a view to lightening the vessel, as well as affording a bridge to save the crew, but without success in either point. In a few moments she bilged and there did not appear the slightest prospect of saving a man. The cutter was launched over the lee gangway but sunk, immediately a man attempted with the deep sea leadline to swim on shore but the current setting so strong to the N.

The only hope remained in the gig the jolly boat having been washed away and she was launched from the forecastle [Leonard's domain with the Boatswain when fortunately a heavy surf washed her upon a rock not communicating with the Main, and she was dashed to pieces but the Boatswain succeeded in scrambling to the top of the rock with about seven fathoms of line, the rest having been carried away with the wreck of the fore and main masts.

The forecastle, hitherto the only sheltered part of the vessel, was now abandoned for the poop, and all hope of saving the vessel being gone it was deemed advisable to quit her.

The people severally stepped from the poop upon the rock except for a few who endeavoured to swim on shore - most of whom perished.

Captain Baker after seeing the whole crew safe on the rock followed himself, but it was now found that the rock was insulated, and the tide making would cover it. The Boatswain observing this swam with a small line and fortunately reached the Main and coming opposite the rock on which we landed, threw the line across, by which the greater part of the people succeeded in crossing, which would otherwise have been impossible.

Captain Baker, not withstanding that he was repeatedly solicited to cross, resolutely refused alledging till every soul was safe he could not think of it. Shortly after, the line, from a heavy sea was washed away, and in consequence of the surf and darkness of the night it was quite impossible to obtain another. Every rnstant the water continued to rise, when the officers and ship's company used every endeavour, by tying their handkerchiefs together, to make another holdfast but that proving too weak it was found impracticable, and we were reluctantly compelled to abandon them to their fate.

At daylight when we visited the beach there was not the slightest trace of these unfortunate sufferers All the survivors were duly acquitted, and Leonard received from the examining o icers great approbation for his zeal and gallantry in saving the lives of his shipmates,' A few days later, on behalf of the Petty Officers and ratings of the Drake, Leonard wrote a letter to an old Lieutenant of the same ship - 'in a truly seamanlike style' - requesting that a memorial be erected to mark the bravery of their late skipper.

Captain Charles Baker, R. And by the end of the same month, Leonard's suggestion had found favour, so much so that today the resultant memorial tablet may be seen at St. Anne's Church in H. William Mandel continues his autobiography. Hosted by John Gullak. Host: Patrice Story. Not a reading, but where else to schedule this fascinating autobiographical conversation by the great actor.

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Harmonie Garden Cafe, the restaurant in the squatty building on Woodward dwarfed by its flashy neighbors, the Gem, State and Fox theatres, seats just a few more than It simply proves people prefer good food to silly gimmicks.

Proprietor Taher Jaber toned down the decor and tuned up the menu when he took over the spot three months ago. The plates and utensils are throwaways, the ambiance is strictly diner style, the service as much self as otherwise. In fact, it pays to take the initiative during a busy lunch hour by doing as much for yourself as possible, starting with putting in your order at the counter even before sitting down. Hardly anyone complains about such lapses, though, because not only is the food very good, it is very cheap - not inexpensive, cheap.

Harmonie Garden Cafe opens at 7 a. There are, of course, more mainstream selections, including omelets, bacon and eggs, and pancakes, all in that same lovably low price range. Harmonie Garden Cafe, Woodward, Detroit, is open 7 a. Monday-Thursday, 7 a. Closed Sunday. Phone: Enough already What a terrific opportunity for people who love to learn more about food and wine from professionals.

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There is something that happens when you put on a mask. Everything just changes physically when you put them on. The issues are real in their lives but the play is still fun.

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The annual orgy of crafts promises to be predictably stupdendous and crowded, with three distinct sections around downtown Ann Arbor and the U-M campus. The trav eling tent, in-your-face circus experience moves to a new location this year. The fare blends down-home fried green tomatoes and chicken and dumplings with sophisticated house-cured gravlax and vegetable strudel.

PG- It takes place in the Mississippi Delta just before the Civil Rights era began. The film mutes the harsher aspects of segregation; it assumes we know that history and wants to show us instead the family ties and community bonds that helped blacks survive. Mostly he addresses the audience through a voice-over narration and hangs around with the more compelling adult characters. Of those, A1 Freeman Jr. This film is so decent-minded that one is tempted to rate it higher than it deserves.

Nevertheless, the story of a large, extended community carrying on down through the years provides an inspirational antidote to the mind less portrayal of African Americans in so many other movies.

Rated PG- Johnny Depp, a misunderstood outsider with a funny hat yet again, plays a meek Cleveland accountant who heads west to take a job offered to him by the Dickinson Metal works. He arrives at the strange and inhuman factory the name should have tipped him off only to find that his job has been taken by somebody else. Spiritual and prac tical assistance are provided to him by a Native-American loner named Nobody, played wonderfully by Gary Farmer.

The film is slow-moving and never really finds a rhythm. The wordplay, though, somehow gets lost amid the blood and cold. Rated R. Alec Baldwin is a hard-nosed - what else? The reasonably good plot takes a boneheaded and bad turn midway through when a central character takes a bloody early exit, and the movie never recovers.

A onetime prosti tute, Solanas saw herself as a radi cal feminist. Her fixation on Warhol stemmed from his failure to take her seriously as a writer. Director Mary Harron wants us to take Solanas more seriously than Warhol did. This movie thus becomes very earnest, tracing Solanas back through her childhood to find the roots of her actions; but the pathetic nature of Solanas over whelms the serious point of view. Elijah Wood makes the initially surly kid easy to take, and Paul Hogan is disarming as his beach bum uncle.

The Sunday Journal brings you the best in Detroit entertainment. It is a plain and sometimes fatal fact that very often food is not found where it is most needed. There is no shortage of whole some and nourishing food in the world. But there is starvation, and while the reasons for that are compli cated and sometimes political, the fundamental truth is that people starve because they need food that is too far away to help them. Moreover, starvation has often been and no doubt will again be used as a tool in warfare.

Recall various sieges - Leningrad in World War II, Vicksburg in the Civil War, as two examples - where the goal of the attacking army was to starve out the resistors. I have been blessed in my life with a world of plenty, and have never once known hunger - the hope less and killing kind. At 52, he is a robust and giant man with ruddy cheeks and kind gray eyes, surpassing six feet and stout about the middle.

Just at the moment, he is on a leave of absence from the company, else I would never have met him. You might have seen Jim Carothers. A good film — and a great price. A commando's guide to success Robin Mather Food to collect gifts of frozen catfish and fresh chicken. He expects soon to head west, to Texas and Arizona, for paper goods like diapers and for fresh produce.

I rode with him on one of those trips. Leaving early enough in the morning that the mists still shrouded the low spots outside the city, and returning well after lunch time, we had lots of time to talk. We both had a pretty good idea who had done that, and why: This strike is, after all, war. We spoke of the good work that Gleaners does, making clean and healthful food available to food banks around the state, and why the Teamsters are glad to be able to assist by trucking supplies for Gleaners.

We talked about all manner of other things, too. Perhaps he sees himself simply as a large man in a big truck, glad to do a job that needs doing. Yet I see that big blue Teamsters semi as a mighty battle charger, fierce and fearless. And Jim Carothers looks like a knight in shining armor to me. Often he combined his love of wine with his love of travel by visiting vineyards throughout Europe.

The page tome was selected in April as the winner of the Veuve Clicquot Wine Book of the Year Competition, edging out 16 other nominated wine books published last year. A panel of seven wine writers from across the country, including this writer, reviewed and voted on the books. Jefferson, of course, was president himself from to and wrote most of the Declaration of Independence.

He had lots of favorite wines, many of which are held in high esteem today. She finds the inherent and contex tual meaning in specific lives and uses it to create fine fiction of lyrical lushness and economy of word. Shifting from first- person reminiscence to third-person narrative, Erdrich ties Mauser and his five wives together in sometimes tragic, sometimes comic, and occasionally highly sensual ways. Amid the dark comedy of the set ting, the four surviving wives develop a common concern for one another, the camaraderie of strangers who discover - despite wide differences in style, class and self-perception - they have the same hobby.

As the women talk, their rancor recedes. In the ebb, Erdrich expands each of the characters while simulta neously fleshing out the image of Mauser.

That is that we are all amalgamations of one sort or another, walking collages in which those we encounter find different aspects on which to focus. And that we, like Mauser, are all capable of endless redemptions and multiple resurrections.

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  6. Chitta in Yoga Meditation QUICK EXPLANATION ON CHITTA. Chitta = unconscious storehouse or reservoir of all impressions. It is the function or ability of the mind to store. Chitta = one of the four functions of mind: manas, chitta, ahamkara and buddhi Chitta = sometimes also used as Consciousness, for example in the Yoga Sutras Sat, Chit, Ananda = The realization of the true Self is actually.

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