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Tangier

Council in 1662, taking roles on the Foreign Affairs (Foreign policy) Committee, the Admiralty Committee and the Tangier Committee. Kitson, p.138. Accounts vary of Rupert's role in all these committees of government. Samuel Pepys, no friend of Rupert's, sat on the Tangier Committee with him and later declared that all Rupert did was to laugh and swear occasionally: other records, such as those of the Foreign Affairs Committee, show him taking a full and active role in proceedings. right thumb ''Rodney's Fleet Taking in Prizes After the Moonlight Battle, 16 January 1780'', by Dominic Serres (File:Moonlight battle Aftermath.jpg) (date unknown). The painting shows the British fleet with the captured Spanish squadron in the middle centre. alt The painting focuses on the morning after the battle when British ships surrounded the fleeing Spanish fleet. The scene is bathed in a golden glow of early morning light. The British flagship is in the centre, indicated by the flag flying from the mainmast. She is at the head of a line of British ships, shown in the act of capturing the Spanish squadron in the middle centre. Land can be seen in the distance on the left. The British reported their casualties in the battle as 32 killed and 102 wounded. The supply convoy sailed into Gibraltar on 19 January, driving the smaller blockading fleet to retreat to the safety of Algeciras. Rodney arrived several days later, after first stopping in Tangier. The wounded Spanish prisoners, who included Admiral Lángara, were offloaded there, and the British garrison was heartened by the arrival of the supplies and the presence of Prince William Henry. After also resupplying Minorca, Rodney sailed for the West Indies in February, detaching part of the fleet for service in the Channel (English Channel). This homebound fleet intercepted a French fleet destined for the East Indies, capturing one warship and three supply ships. Gibraltar was resupplied twice more before the siege was lifted at the end of the war (Treaty of Paris (1783)) in 1783. Chartrand, p. 31 When the book was published Waugh was serving in France, although he did not see action in the First World War (World War I) until Passchendaele (Battle of Passchendaele). He was subsequently captured by the Germans near Arras and spent the rest of the war in a prisoner-of-war camp in Karlsruhe. He went on to a career as a successful author, although never as successful or innovative as his younger brother. He lived much of his life overseas, in exotic places such as Tangier – a lifestyle made possible by his second marriage, to a rich Australian (Joan Chirnside). His work, possibly in consequence, tends to be reminiscent of Somerset Maugham, although without Maugham's huge popular success. Nevertheless, his 1957 novel ''Island in the Sun'' was a best-seller, as was his 1973 novel, ''A Fatal Gift''. According to his nephew Auberon (Auberon Waugh), Alec Waugh "wrote many books, each worse than the last." Joan Acocella, "Waugh Stories: Life in a Literary Dynasty," ''The New Yorker'', July 2, 2007. In North Africa and the Near East From Tangier, Barth made his way overland throughout the length of North Africa. He also traveled through Egypt, ascending the Nile to Wadi Halfa and crossing the desert to Berenice (Berenice (port)). While in Egypt he was attacked and wounded by robbers. Crossing the Sinai peninsula, he traversed Palestine, Syria, Asia Minor, Turkey and Greece, everywhere examining the remains of antiquity; and returned to Berlin in 1847. For a time he was engaged there as ''Privatdozent,'' and in preparing for publication the narrative of his ''Wanderungen durch die Küstenländer des Mittelmeeres'', which appeared in 1849. She obtained British nationality by marrying and divorcing Englishman James Turner in Beirut; Turner died a year later of alcoholism. Having made a point of not dealing in secrets belonging to H.M. Government, when she felt she had made enough money, she retired and moved to England and Willie Garvin followed suit. Bored by their new lives among the idle rich, they accepted a request for assistance from Sir Gerald Tarrant, a high-ranking official of the British Secret Service. This is where the story really begins, although it is treated differently in the first comic strip and the first book. (See note in ''Canon debate'' below). Modesty's fortune is estimated at 500,000 pounds. She lives in a penthouse (penthouse apartment) in London overlooking Hyde Park (Hyde Park, London), and also owns a villa in Tangier and a cottage two miles from Benildon, Wiltshire. WikiPedia:Tangier Commons:Category:Tangier Dmoz:Regional Africa Morocco Localities Tanger


Hollywood

.'' He began taking roles in films such as ''Nomads (Nomads (1986 film))'', ''Sunset Heat (Sunset Heat (film))'', ''Love Bites (Love Bites (film))'' and ''Slam Dance (Slam Dance (film))''. He moved to Hollywood and appeared in a wide range of productions and shows, producing a musical about rock 'n' roll legends Gene Vincent and Eddie Cochran's days on tour in England ''Be Bop A Lula (Be Bop A Lula (play))'', with a set designed by L.A. artist Michael Pearce (artist) Michael

; ref taking roles on Broadway and in Italian cinema (Cinema of Italy) and Hollywood. Among her more notable Italian film credits was the historical epic ''Garibaldi (Garibaldi (film))'' (1960), directed by Roberto Rossellini, that concerned Garibaldi's efforts to unify the Italian states in 1860. When Louise returned to the United States, she began studying with Lee Strasberg and eventually became a member of the Actors Studio. She appeared in the 1964 beach party film

: www.gilligansisle.com intertina.html taking roles on Broadway and in Italian cinema (Cinema of Italy) and Hollywood. Among her more notable Italian film credits was the historical epic ''Garibaldi (Garibaldi (film))'' (1960), directed by Roberto Rossellini, that concerned Garibaldi's efforts to unify the Italian states in 1860. When Louise returned to the United States, she began studying with Lee Strasberg and eventually became a member of the Actors Studio. She appeared


Sheffield

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Canada

;boxing" After the war, he began taking roles in British silent films. The eight member states are Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The Canadian (Canada) provinces of Ontario and Quebec are associate members. Boat people are frequently a source of controversy in the nation they seek to immigrate to, such as the United States, New Zealand, Germany, France, Russia, Canada


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