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It then sailed to Gibraltar, arriving on 18 October to the cheers of the garrison: Saumarez wrote that " We can never do justice to the warmth of their applause, and the praises they all bestowed on our squadron ".
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She was the John Harvey, one of those Atlantic sea-horses that had sailed to Bari to bring beans, bombs, and bullets to the U.S. Fifteenth Air Force, to Field Marshal Montgomery's Eighth Army then racing up the calf of the boot of Italy in that early December of 1943.
North and south, east and west, back and forth he sailed in the land-locked bay, plowing furiously forward until land appeared, then turning to repeat the process, day after day, week after week.
The Allied fleet then sailed to the Thracian Chersonese, still held by the Persians, and besieged and captured the town of Sestos.
The U. S. Army brought truck-towed Bofors 40 mm AA guns along with truck-mounted units fitted with mechanized turrets when they sailed, first for Great Britain and then onto France.
The remaining prizes underwent basic repairs and then sailed for Britain, eventually arriving at Plymouth.
Kidd then sailed to the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb at the southern entrance of the Red Sea, one of the most popular haunts of rovers on the Pirate Round.
In October 1775, the Gaspée went downriver, and her prisoners were transferred to the Adamant, which then sailed for England.
It was a gamble which did not pay off, and whether through military error or betrayal, the Damascus campaign was a failure, and the royal family retreated to Jerusalem and then sailed to Rome and back to Paris.
In 1935 Pei boarded the SS President Coolidge and sailed to San Francisco, then traveled by train to Philadelphia.
With a change in the monsoon winds, Ibn Battuta sailed back to Arabia, first to Oman and the Strait of Hormuz then on to Mecca for the hajj of 1330 ( or 1332 ).
The other ship then sailed without him only to be seized by a local Sumatran king a few months later.
The madh ' hab he observed was Imam Al-Shafi ‘ i, with similar customs as he had seen in coastal India especially among the Mappila Muslim, who were also the followers of Imam Al-Shafi ‘ i. Ibn Battuta then sailed to Malacca, Vietnam, the Philippines and finally Quanzhou in Fujian province, China.
The Redskins defense then forced Buffalo to a three-and-out on their ensuing possession, and punter Chris Mohr's 23-yard punt sailed out of bounds at the Washington 49-yard line.
The Falcons then advanced to the Denver 8-yard line on their next drive, but failed to score when Andersen's 26-yard field goal attempt sailed wide right.
Houtman's expedition then sailed east along the north coast of Java, losing twelve crew to a Javanese attack at Sidayu and killing a local ruler in Madura.
Still not satisfied with her revenge, Ní Mháille then sailed for Ballycroy and attacked the garrison at Doona Castle, overpowering the defenders and taking the castle for herself.
One of them, the Edward Bonventure, then sailed around Cape Comorin and on to the Malay Peninsula and subsequently returned to England in 1594.
then and Gibraltar
While the rest of Europe was cooling, the area around Gibraltar back then resembled a European Serengeti.
* 1711-The British government, then in the hands of the Tories, covertly ordered the British Gibraltar governor, Thomas Stanwix, to expel any foreign ( not British ) troops ( to foster Great Britain's sole right to Gibraltar in the negotiations running up between Britain and France ).
* 1806-Gibraltar was made a Catholic Apostolic Vicariate ( until then Gibraltar belonged to the See of Cadiz ).
Immigration from Spain and intermarriage with Spaniards from the surrounding Spanish towns was a constant feature of Gibraltar's history until the then Spanish dictator, General Francisco Franco, closed the border with Gibraltar in 1969, cutting off many Gibraltarians from their relatives on the Spanish side of the frontier.
Gibraltar was a landing point of the long-range submarine cable that from Porthcurno, in the United Kingdom ran to Lisbon, Gibraltar, Malta, Alexandria, Suez, Aden, Bombay, over land to the east coast of India, then on to Penang, Malacca, Singapore, Batavia ( current Jakarta ), to finally reach Darwin, Australia.
The name Gibtelecom begun to be used in July 2002, and as of 1 October 2003 this name was formally adopted by the company ( which up until then was still Gibraltar Nynex Communications ).
In 2000, the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority issued Ladbrokes, who then operated Gibraltar's biggest call centre, with a licence to establish their own internet services.
He commanded the battalion at Constantinople ( a sensitive posting in the runup to the Chanak Crisis ), then Gibraltar from October 1922, then in London from April 1923 until January 1926, when he was released from that role to attend Staff College, Camberley.
He was then awarded the Board of Trade Silver Medal in May 1886 for rescuing the crew of a capsized steamer near Gibraltar when on HMS Monarch as a gunnery lieutenant.
This pressure gradient pushes relatively cool, low-salinity water from the Atlantic across the basin ; it warms and becomes saltier as it travels east, then sinks in the region of the Levant and circulates westward, to spill over the Strait of Gibraltar.
He then returned to Gibraltar to meet Commodore Edward Preble, in Constitution, who was bringing a new squadron for action against the Barbary pirates.
* Under the command of Punicus and then Cesarus, the Lusitani, a Hispanic tribe, reach a point near modern day Gibraltar.
The first leg of the expedition took the ship from Portsmouth ( December 1872 ) south to Lisbon ( January 1873 ) and then on to Gibraltar.
However, the Mediterranean route from Lisbon or Gibraltar to Egypt via Malta risked enemy attack, so the long West Africa route had to be employed ( over-water via Lisbon, Bathurst, Freetown, Lagos ), then by landplane to Khartoum on the Horseshoe Route.
From Gibraltar he moved to conquer the region of Algeciras and then followed the Roman road that led to Seville.
In 1739 his father, then stationed at Gibraltar, applied for the governorship of the Province of New York ; he won the post in 1741 with the assistance of the Duke of Newcastle ( who was his brother's brother-in-law ).
The regiment was then stationed at Gibraltar, where he remained until he was made captain in the 75th in January 1778, at which point he then returned to Britain.