21 Burst results for "British Royal Navy"

"british royal navy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on KOMO

"Years. Queen Elizabeth's love life can be written in one line. She fell in love at age 13 with Prince Philip, royalty from Denmark and Greece and 18 year old cadet in the British Royal Navy with the war coming on. They met several times during the war when she was still a teenager. And I think it's clear that she never had eyes for anyone else. I think they must have had real attraction. It must have just been banned. And over the course of the next few years, they exchanged letters, they wrote to each other regularly. Family was slightly alarmed, but much more alarmed with a court. Who thought penniless Greek prince? No, thank you. Today is victory in Europe day. When the war was over, Elizabeth had her own battle to fight. Philip proposed, and she accepted, but she hadn't consulted with her parents the king and queen. They were unconvinced, Philip seemed too outspoken, rough, had lots of German relatives, and that was difficult right after the war. Her father asked her to wait to see if her feelings changed. It took about a year. But the queen was determined for future queen. And she basically said to her father, look, I'm 21 now. This is the man I love. I am devoted to him. I want to marry him. She got her way and got her prints. Their wedding was close enough to wartime

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"british royal navy" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Well, but obviously the town has lost and death has been an enormous loss as far as they're concerned. As the years passed, Charles slowly introducing the other woman, Camilla, to the public. Yes, it might have been an affair that rocked the monarchy. But it's endured in resulted in an incredibly happy marriage. Through it all, Charles did hundreds of royal engagements every year, which increased the queen in her 90s. By 2016, attending 530 engagements at home at a broad in just one year. Duchess Kate on dating Prince William and meeting her future father in law. I was quite nervous about meeting William's father, but he's very, very welcoming and very friendly. So yeah, I couldn't have, it couldn't have gone easier really for me. As Charles now prepares to ascend the throne. What does he do with it? Will it be more striking to us when it's held by a man that we've seen grow up as opposed to Queen Elizabeth? What are the qualities that the British monarchy represents? That's the question that Charles is going to now have to answer. This man is an absolute gem. And we should put a hand together in this country who had gotten because to my mind, here's the next king, no doubt about it. And people said, oh yeah, but he won't make a great key. Wait and see. This grandfather, who was spent 7 decades waiting in the wings, finally, will wear The Crown. ABC's David Muir. Through the decades, the queen's reign has been consistent and consistently at her side was her husband, Prince Philip, married in 1947, they saw their fair share of triumph and tragedy. ABC's Amy robach has more on their incredible love story that lasted more than 70 years. Queen Elizabeth's love life can be written in one line. She fell in love at age 13 with Prince Philip, royalty from Denmark and Greece, an 18 year old cadet in the British Royal Navy with the war coming on. They met

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"british royal navy" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on Real Dictators

"Rear admiral sir horatio Nelson is the new star of the British Royal Navy. Not unlike Napoleon, he's an inspirational military leader. A man who has risen rapidly through the ranks. He's gained valuable battle experience in the Americas, the West Indies, India and the Mediterranean. Beloved by his men is incredibly brave and not afraid to get his hands dirty. Though he's already lost one of them, his arm having been smashed by grape shut during an assault on teneriffe. He was also blinded in one eye during the capture of Napoleon's home island Corsica. Word of a French seaborne expedition reaches the British admiralty. Destination unknown. The royal naval Mediterranean squadron sails off in hot pursuit. Hunting the French on the high seas is not easy, even a convoy that size. It takes two months to track them down. But Nelson eventually finds the French fleet at anchor in Abu kiya bay, 12 miles east of Alexandria. It's been forced to sit pretty while Napoleon has jumped off on his expedition inland. The fleet is arranged in a textbook defensive position. Ships pulled in tight to the coast, all guns facing the sea. The vessels linked by cables to form an impenetrable barrier. The assumption is that the shallow is behind the French are navigable. But they are no obstacle to Nelson. Like Napoleon is a man who does his homework. He studies the currents and the local navigation charts. On the night of August 1st, 1798, by stealth, and with the ships stripped of excess weight. Nelson drifts half of his warships between the French and the shore. The remainder of the tusk force engages the French from the seaward side, drawing their fire. Then the ones in the rear completely blindside and broadside them. The battle of the Nile is over almost before it has begun. Nelson in many ways is like a naval version of Napoleon. He takes risks. He has to squeeze a part of the fleet under his command between the shore and the French, and that's not an easy maneuver. You need to trust your subordinates to be able to pull it off and they do pull it off and a sandwich of French line between two British lines and just work their way up and destroy pretty much every French ship. One of the interesting things about Napoleon is that although he has victory after victory 47 major victories as a commander, they were always one on the land, he didn't have that natural brilliance as a sailor that he had as a soldier. A book here bay does make the Egyptian campaign from a French point of view pretty much pointless, you know, from that stage on. You just got a French army of about 30,000 troops, which is stranded in the Middle East. And that's a bit of a problem. How are you going to get it back? And you might need it back at some point. To cap it all. In the Egyptian capital, the rebellion finally breaks out. The new National Guard has its work cut out. When the uprising is quashed, Napoleon has 300 rebels beheaded. Their bodies are tossed into the Nile for the pleasure of the crocodiles. This move proves to be the last straw for the Ottoman Turks, who, for giving at first, have watched on as Napoleon as rampage through their lands. Rough incurred, they sign up to a new British financed alliance. The second coalition. Joining the new posse of the kingdom of Naples, the Papal States, and still smarting from its defeat the previous year. Austria. It's not just Napoleon's navy that has been destroyed. With his head stuck in the sand, everything he previously achieved in Italy is about to be undone. Doctor Michael rapport the second coalition was sparked by Napoleon's invasion of Egypt. There was a very brief period of peace in Europe itself in 1797 when all the other European states had made separate pieces with France, Brit was alone in the war for a very short period, but Napoleon's age of Egypt brought turkey into the war and Russia saw it as essential to its strategic interests of eastern Mediterranean. For Napoleon, there was only one way to proceed. He is the shark that will die of it stopped swimming. He will carry the war to the Ottomans. He will march and attack them in Syria. He didn't have an off switch, I suspect on top of all his merits. He is very susceptible to boredom and the one activity which thrilled him was war. In war, you are pitting your wit and your intelligence and your men against other people. I think there was a sheer joy in winning. It reminds me of what Robert E. Lee said it is good war is so dreadful. We get too fond of it. Napoleon never saw the dreadfulness. He only experienced the fondness. He couldn't resist war. With an army of 13,000 men, Napoleon crosses the Sinai desert. It's only February, but the sun is scorching. The conditions hellish. The men dressed in coarse woolen clothing, carried backpacks of up to 80 pounds. They dragged their weapons and ammunition through the soft energy sapping dunes. The principle of living off the land has made Napoleon's armies incredibly mobile. No need for baggage trains. All well and good in the fertile Nile delta when you can feast on palm dates and ripe melons. But a bit of a challenge in a desert. Donkeys, camels, monkeys, dogs, any conceivable sustenance is scavenged. Fresh water becomes more precious than gold. Napoleon's men are blighted by thirst and sickness. They're also routinely harassed by the pursuing Mamluk cavalry, who torture their captives with the creative sadism. The French soldiers dropped like flies. But they

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"british royal navy" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Worked. The idea of being a missionary is imperialistic in that you're just spreading out around the world showing up and telling the locals, guess what you're wrong. Here's the good news. At first it was just religious. Later on those missionaries descendants, it became political. So the political, the military strategic value of Hawaii wasn't seen at first, but it came in later. Right. And then we've got illiterate populace. Yeah, it's possible that, you know, by the 1830s, the Hawaiian Islands were the most literate place on earth. Is that right? Possible. Bestselling author Sarah owl is our guest on travel with Rick Steves. She investigates the drama behind the americanization of the Hawaiian Islands in her book unfamiliar fishes. Sara also describes how after a particularly nasty presidential election, France's Marquis de Lafayette helped to heal a divided United States in her book Lafayette in the somewhat United States. So 1898, Hawaii becomes a colony. Did they join us, or did we annex them? We annexed them much to their dismay to the native dismay. And then move way ahead to when was it that hawai became a state? 1959. Was it pretty enthusiastic? Everybody wanted to get on board or was there. There's always been a healthy segment of the native Hawaiian population who has never considered the annexation much less statehood a legitimate act and still to this day protest the annexation and statehood. To this day. Oh, yeah. The sovereignty movement. I hung out with a lot of these people. They were very instrumental for me in terms of doing my research because I learned so much from them, like a lot of people who have a bone to pick with history. They're very well informed and they're ready to share their knowledge. What do you meet these people? I went to some of their meetings. They have meetings. Really? They have protests. So there's a recognition of their ancestral independent past. For sure. And they keep that alive, and what's the British flag doing on the Hawaiian flag? There's a little tiny union Jack in it isn't it? There was a period where the Hawaiian royals at some point, you know, that was their first contact with westerners was the British Royal Navy when James cook quote unquote discovered the Hawaiian Islands when he landed on Kauai. And there was a period when the Hawaiian monarchy was much more enamored with Great Britain. I think they weren't the United States. Right. And also they were the marner one of them was in touch with Queen Victoria and they had that the monarchy in common..

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"british royal navy" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

18:49 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Vida resonates so strongly at this moment. Listen sos cuba as part of the podcast network available on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts cafe table for is a brand new podcast with me. Receive rogers founder and chef of the river cafe in london. I'm ray fines arm. Having an affair with the river cafe from family suffers to first dates each week. I invite a special guests to discuss their food memories but they cook the restaurants they choose and the food they see. When comfort is needed years ago it was sausage. Mesh yes now. It's covey unleash episode of river cafe table for guests like paul mccartney glenn close david beckham cheik jilin or read their favorite recipe from one of my river cafe cookbooks. I'm jay jilin hall and there is truly nothing like ruthie. slow cooked tomato sauce. Listen to river cafe table for on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Eighteenth century britain the drink that people were consuming and describing as jin was really all over the place in terms of what grain it was made of and how it was flavored. What it tasted like whether it was adulterated with anything dangerous most of it was made in batches in pot stills so there could even be a huge variation in quality from batch tabachnyk even when those batches were all made by the same distiller in general though a lot of the flavorings that were added into it. Were there to try to improve the taste of some generally poor quality alcohol. One of those flavorings was sugar. So the final beverage was sweeter than jin typically is today most of the time and this sweeter rougher jin became known as old. Tom and there are several stories about where that name came from. One is that when the jin acts were ineffective. captain dudley. Bradstreet rented a house for the purpose. Of illicitly selling gin. He put a picture of an old tom. Cat on the outside and customers would put their money in a drawer. Built into the wall and whisper a code word and then they're jan would be dispensed through a lead pipe that ran out through the wall from the inside of the house to the outside. The customer would catch it in a cup. Well i love. this story may be apocryphal. And the old. Tom may just be a weird name. That that cropped up there are some places that still make old. Tom gin as like a craft. Jen experience even though jin consumption dropped off pretty quickly after seventeen fifty one. The beverage did not go away entirely later on in eighteen twenties a grain surplus combined with a reduction in the duties that were levied on spirits. And jin's started to surge in popularity again. A new kind of drinking establishment also evolved around this time that was the gin palace which tended to be a brightly lit and heavily decorated space. Where people came to drink in the mid eighteen twenties. Thanks to all this gin consumption in britain. Roughly doubled this stoked a lot of the same concerns that had been part of the gin craze. That happened about one hundred years earlier. In eighteen thirty the lancet published an article describing what they call jin liver that's all we would know his cirrhosis today but efforts to reduce gin consumption in the early nineteenth century were focused less on making jin more expensive and more regulated and more on making beer cheaper. This didn't have quite the intended effect. Though public houses serving beer became more popular among the working class while more middle-class people started to prefer jin served in gin palace. Pant didn't really reduce the popularity of gender very much it just sort of flipped which social classes preferred which drink the process of making jin also changed somewhat around this time. The column still was developed starting around eighteen twenty two irish distiller aeneas coffey refined this design and was awarded for a patent on his improved version in eighteen thirty unlike pot stills which required distillers to make their wearers in small batches the column still could run continually and this made the final product a lot more consistent with generally better quality again there are still plenty of distillers who work in small batches using pot stills today but generally using more sophisticated techniques and more consistency than in the eighteenth century the development of the column still also led to a new style of jin london dry named for being made in london and for not being sweetened some of the distillers that were established around. This time still exists today. For example charles. Tanqueray established a distillery in the bloomsbury neighbourhood of london in eighteen thirty plymouth. Gin was evolving as well sweeter and stronger than lyndon dry and available in a more potent navy strengths for provisioning to the royal navy. There were still a lot of concerns about all the social issues associated with drinking and specifically with drinking gin though charles dickens started writing about this and his sketches by bosnian eighteen thirty six unlike earlier writers from back in the seventeen. Hundreds though dickens didn't really frame jin as the causes of poverty he was fond of jin himself and instead he described overconsumption and alcohol abuse as effects of poverty and poor living conditions quote. Gin drinking is a great vice. In england but wretchedness and dirt are greater and until you improve the homes of the poor or persuade a half wretch not to seek relief in the temporary oblivion of his own misery with the pittance which divided among his family would furnish a morsel of bread for each gin shops will increase in number and splendor just like william hogarth had depicted gin lane in the eighteenth century. Other artists depicted the dangers of alcohol. In the nineteenth century including george cruikshank who is sometimes called the modern hogarth cruikshanks satirical. The gin shop shows a whole inebriated family in the shop including children standing in a trap with death off to one side and a cask of old tom shaped like a coffin unlike the eighteenth century movement that had mostly focused on spirits. The temperance movement that arose in the uk in the nineteenth century focused on the dangers of all alcohols including beer more london dried distillers were established in the middle of the nineteenth century including kilby's eighteen fifty seven and beefeater in eighteen. Sixty three distillers also started experimenting with different blends of botanical. In addition to the judah per to give their products different flavor profiles all kinds of gin based cocktails and mixed drinks evolved during the nineteenth century bidders were popularized in the uk. Around this time particularly pay shows and angostura bidders plymouth gin flavored with angostura bidders became known as pink. Gin which was both a popular beverage. And a treatment to sue the stomach and prevent seasickness here in the us. You can buy various pink gin in bottles some of which are this and some of which are not their pink for some other reason. Another nineteenth century innovation was the gimblett combining gin and lime and this probably arose from the use of lime juice to prevent scurvy among sailors. Sometimes this name is attributed to sir. Thomas gimblett the surgeon general of the navy. Although another idea is that it was named for the tool that was used to drill holes in the barrels that these liquids were stored in. That tool is also called a gimblett. The martini was introduced by about eighteen. Seventy combining gin vermouth and garnish. This is also about when the gin and tonic made its debut chin shona bar. Has its own long long. History is the source of medicine to treat recurring fevers. Quinine comes from chinchilla bark and the british royal navy relied on it to treat malaria quiet. I was unpleasant to consume though in eighteen. Seventy schweppes introduced what. It called. Indian tonic water. That was carbonated water. Infused with quinine. Jon jacob schweppes was not the first person to carbonate water and schweppes was not the first company to combine carbonated water and quinine but schweppes was the first company to produce carbonated water at an industrial scale and also to market this quinine tonic as malaria. Preventative mixing tonic. Water with gin and serving that over ice became a popular way for people in tropical areas to get their doses of quinine tonic. Water as it is produced. Today has far less quinine in. It does not really prevent or treat malaria at the currents proportion. Please do not count on on these things as medicine for yourself. This brings us to jin's connections to colonialism anywhere the british empire established trade or started a colony it introduce gin or may jin more widely there than it had been before britain and other european powers also traded liquor for enslaved africans during the transatlantic slave trade overwhelmingly. The people already living in these areas already had their own fermenting methods. And unless religious prohibitions on alcohol were in place some of them were used to make beers wines or other alcoholic beverages in addition to being used to preserve foods but stronger distilled spirits were often a new innovation and move led to some of the same societal and health issues. That britain had already witnessed starting in the eighteenth century combined with the same paternalistic attitudes about how working or poorer people were spending their time but now a lot of those attitudes were also threaded through with racism. Colonial officials often had a lot of concerns as local. People develop their own distilling practices and lumped everything that they were making under the umbrella of jin regardless of what was actually being used so as one example in nigeria british officials described locally made distilled palm wine as jin even though did not have the ingredients that were commonly used to make gin. So we haven't really talked about the united states at all although jin did exist in the. Us americans tended to prefer both beer and whisky to gin. But when prohibition went into effect in nineteen twenty illicit jin became a bit more popular jin was easier to make than many other spirits since it did not need to be aged since the juniper could help disguise the flavor of roughly made alcohol the terms radiator gin and bathtub. Gin arose during this time. Although bathtub gin was probably meant to describe the dirtiness of the bootleg gin rather than it actually being made in a bathtub. The idea of it really being made in bathtubs sort of came about in film. Depictions of prohibition from later on rather than how people using it. We're using it at the time in the early twentieth. Century gyms popularity started to wane in a lot of the world when it came to distilled spirits and their popularity jin was really overtaken by vodka but especially in the united states attitudes toward drinking also started to shift. Alcoholics anonymous was established in one thousand nine. Thirty five and by nineteen fifty. The organization had grown large enough to hold its first international convention. The popularity of the three martini lunch rose and fell over the course of the mid twentieth century with jimmy carter criticizing that practice when he ran for president in nineteen seventy six over time. Gin and drinks made with gin started to be seen as pretty passe. However again if you live in the modern world you know jimmy go away There's really been a resurgence in jenin. Its popularity more recently. Some people marked jen's resurgence as starting with the introduction of bombay sapphire in nineteen eighty-six others credit scottish distillers william grant and sons which introduced hendrick's gin in one thousand nine hundred nine over the last couple of decades. There's been a big focus. On small batch craft distillers experimenting with botanical blends to come up with their own flavorings and seasonal jains in the lake. In twenty twenty the global jin market was valued at fourteen point zero. Three billion dollars with european consumers making up about half of that market share. Yes jen a lot of variety jin nowadays if we did not mention your favorite gin or your favorite gin drink. Don't feel personally left out. I haven't mentioned my favorite ones either. Do you have listener mail. That may or may not involve jin new listener mail even though we started off this episode with male. We're gonna read some more male. This from page pedro dear tracy in holly. I've been an avid listener of your podcast since february and sent you a few emails expressing my thanks. This is the first time. I've had something relevant to contribute. I was flipping through my national geographic magazine. The other day came across an article titled eating the problem about chefs. Turning invasive species. Into food to my delight kudzu was included. I immediately went back and listened to your episode about the vine that eight the south in recent years kudzu has been served pickled fried dried fermented and even as pesto this is not only invasive species getting the restaurant treatment chefs have also turned to cooking up lion fish. Feral hogs and asian carp although eating these creatures will not completely eradicate them. It is a way to reduce their land cover. Additionally mentioned japanese knotweed and your episode as well which we have several patches of near our house every time we pass them my mom. He was a gardener remarks on how hard it is to kill and how it is spreading like crazy. Hopefully knotweed will not end up taking over. The north like kudzu did the south but it is quite difficult to get rid of. Thank you so much for your wonderful podcast. I look forward to my bus rides each day as they give me a chance to listen to your latest episode m- including a picture of pug ruthie as well. She loves the show almost as much as i do. Keep up with the wonderful work best page. Ruthie is such a cute pug look at this. Oh rosie i liked this email this morning and also making kudzu. Pesto reminded me of how we get most of our vegetables from our farmers market and the farm that we get our carrots from sells the carrots their top still attached and we have made carrot top pesto a bunch of times yum. It's been quite yummy. So thanks page for this note. 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"british royal navy" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"In in caribbean colonies. So tutors i ice. Delivery to india arrived in kolkata on september. Six eighteen thirty three and intense british demand for it made it. An immediate success was not just the demand for ice. That made the anglo british market so lucrative the british east india company's terms were very favourable for frederic tudor. He got a lot of exemptions and incentives that made india more profitable than any other market and so soon he was expanding into other indian cities as well in eighteen. Thirty four frederick also began shipping ice theriault and this was coincidentally where his brother william had died. William had left the business after being appointed to us console in peru in eighteen twenty four and he was appointed charged affair for brazil in eighteen. Twenty seven. He died there of an infection on march ninth. Eighteen thirty although frederick dabbled in plenty of other side investments inside businesses over the course of his life nothing was ever nearly as successful as the ice trade and he was doing so much business through exports that he was nearly unaffected by the panic of eighteen. Thirty seven or by the start of the civil war completely stopping his shipping to southern ports. And that as a side note lead to some of the development of artificial refrigeration technologies as the south had come to rely on these ice exports that they could no longer get because they were at war with north and they needed their ice tea. We love in the south Tutor paid off the last of his coffee debts in eighteen forty nine. He was sixty five at the time. It actually taken him fourteen years to do it. During which time he paid about fourteen thousand dollars worth of interest he continued to be heavily involved in the ice trade until very late in his life and eventually a lot of the new england. Ice harvesting moved north into maine. The harvesting season was longer and the ice could be harvested directly from the cannabis river and then loaded directly onto ship rather than having to transport it from all these ponds overland to the harbor in boston. Also the ice in massachusetts toward the end of his life was becoming a lot dirtier as the land around the ponds was more developed and as the horses used draw. The ice plows left their waste behind by eighteen. Fifty six ice companies in new england were sending one hundred fifty thousand tons of ice to forty. Three nations in similar businesses had sprung up in other cold weather parts of the country as well although frederick had continually sought monopolies and did occasionally managed to secure them. They didn't generally last for long competition with other ice x. Porter's increased over the course of his life especially when italian traders who were much closer to india than boston was began transporting alpine ice and as new york began to overtake boston. In terms of overall shipping. Much of the ice trade had moved. Their frederic tudor died on february sixth eighteen sixty four at the age of eighty and he was by then vastly wealthy both from the actual prophets of the ice trade but also really importantly from the land value of all this property that he had bought decades before to build ice houses on his widow ran the business after his death. Changing her name to fend. Mo- tutor in eighteen sixty seven possibly don't actually know her motivations for sure but the speculation is so that correspondents in the ice trade with assume that she was a man she also in the continuing pile of things that make make us wonder. Whether frederick was that much fun to be around She went through an annotated. All of his journals from the early years of their marriage often saying things happen in a very different way than we're written down in the journals and alleging that he had been sharing quote the marriage privileges with the woman he had lived on and off with since eighteen. Twenty four. i don't know who that woman was worked slash may have been since this is an allegation right. We have no nothing. But then mo tutors. Word at that point During the window of time when tudor was the ice king though the ice trade was changing the world the first home refrigerators powered by huge blocks of ice. And the name icebox. They didn't just help. People save money by keeping their food longer without spoiling though they also improved public health without the ability to keep food cold pathogens multiplied in warmer weather leading to acute diarrhea newness summer complaint which could be fatal aside from that just as examples hospitals use ice to cool patients who had high fevers. Fishing vessels were able to stay at sea longer because they could keep their catches on ice and perishable foods could be shipped much farther away so this change the types of food that people were able to eat. Tropical fruits could also be shipped much farther packed in ice. That had i been shipped to the tropics to pick it up. The british royal navy even used ice to cool their gun turrets and of course the advent of artificial refrigeration and ice-making once again changed everything. Mechanical refrigerators were in development by the eighteen seventies in home. Refrigerators were becoming ubiquitous. By the nineteen twenties once manufactured ice became a possibility. Most folks stopped wanting to use frozen pond water. That could potentially have horse poop in it. Of course the ice train much as was the case with butter margarine ice trade tried to make a a lot of arguments about how artificial ice was bad and chemical. You should want this. Naturally fresh pond water that horses have been pooping in and on. I mean we still right. There are variations of that. That are not so much legal. Arguments as marketing schemes rightly this water fresh from a stream. Not one that's been processed. I don't think anybody's making the case for horse poop water. One of his descendants donated all of his papers and all the family papers to baker library at harvard. Business school. And i kind of want to go down there and pour through them and try to figure out like did he think about what he was doing regarding establishing a business that for so long was almost exclusively trading to people that were making all their money off of slavery like he has to have known out slavery being wrong especially since he was literally harvesting ice from where henry david throw was hanging out. The row was a staunch abolitionist. Yeah but i couldn't find anybody that had looked into that at all. Most of the sources are really candid about the fact that he was selling to british colonial india. Which has its own set of issues and human.

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"british royal navy" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Learn more about how three am is helping the world respond to the cove nineteen pandemic at three m dot com slash. Kovin now back to the story By eighteen forty seven two years after the franklin expedition set sail lady. Jane still has not heard from her husband or his crew. But unlike a lot of people in england she isn't losing hope. She's sure her husband is still out there. Pudding the cherry on his nautical career. Sunday after all he's a he's the man that eight his boots for goodness sake. The problem is the british royal navy and other maritime. Experts can't even agree on where to start looking for his ships. Let alone how or when they should set sail which is kind of justified. I mean bears over five million square miles to cover their. They should at least have some idea of where they're going to be looking. But jane doesn't agree in fact she's getting kinda pissed. She wants them to go out and start searching already at this point history. Any good housewife is expected to shut her mouth and keep herself occupied with things. Like parlour games and embroidery. But not lady jane while the royal navy's dragging their feet she takes matters into her own hands. Jane does pretty much. She can think of to expedite the search. She buys an apartment near the admiralty building just so she can be a constant thorn in the navy side. She pours over maps with arctic experts and explorers rights to newspapers to mobilize public support. Even has her. Friend charles dickens. Yes be charles dickens right into drum up support because hey the famous. Mr dickens is disgusted with the navy's lack of effort. Then hopefully his fans will be to jane also rights to the us. President zachary taylor hoping maybe he'll li the search for her missing husband jeevan offers to get on a boat her friggin self and fortunately none of these things light a fire under the navy's but so at this point lady jane is desperate if not obsessed with finding her husband after all she was the one who suggested he take the trip in the first place and since the temporal world isn't making any progress lady jane things. Maybe it's time to change tactics now. If you've listened to multiple episodes of this show you've probably heard me covers. Spiritualism before in the nineteenth century going to psychics is akin to prang got as far as anyone can tell they're as good a sources any and ever since her husband was declared missing jan's been contacted by multiple clairvoyants not just from europe but from the united states and australia as well many of them right to her insisting they know the status and location of john's ships some say they've spoken to sir john franklin himself so in may eighteen forty nine jane in her niece. Sophia visit the london. Home of a young queer went named ellen. Dawson ellen comes highly recommended. She's been known to successfully locate missing jewelry and get this other missing husbands before on top of that she's marketed as a traveling clairvoyant. Someone who can physically transport their mind to another place so she's precisely what lady jane's needs at around eight that evening ellen sophia. An ellen's mesmerized. A man named dr hand gather in one real now just decide. No a mesmerized is basically the one guiding the clairvoyant. So dr hans purpose is to hypnotize allen into this trance and then guide her along. The journey may be feeding her locations or cure up with questions to help her find what they're looking for something like that. Well ellen's being lured into her trance. Lady jane is told to hang tight in the adjacent room. Apparently dr hand doesn't want whatever they find upset. Lady jane and possibly interrupt their process and for someone who's never met sir john or been aboard his vessels before ellen comes up with some pretty startling revelations. She tells sofia that she sees two ships surrounded by ice. Which okay anyone who's read papers over the last few years might have put that much together but then she says she sees a man one who looks rather old and stout with a dark kind face now. This is a little more impressive considering sir. John didn't have the build of your average explorer so the fact that she's describing him is probably surprising. Ellen then says she sees the portrait's of two women hanging in the man's cabin one is of his wife. Lady jane and the other of queen victoria which is totally accurate. Then ellen sees men dressed in for garments eating salted beef and biscuits just laughing and carrying on. She can even smell the scent of brandy on their breath but when sophia asks for specifics like which direction the ships headed or when might they be sailing home. Ellen says that a cloud has come before her obstructing the answer although the biggest takeaway is that according to ellen sir john is still alive and well. They related this all back to lady. Jean and while visions don't offer any specific details on where to look. It does give jane some hope. More importantly it inspires her to keep pursuing the psychic path. It's not long before another clairvoyant is involved. A woman named emma also known as the serous of bolton emma is a servant to a surgeon named dr joseph haddock who acts as her mesmerised but their process is a little different. From ellen's. it's not entirely clear how they operate. But it seems like first. Dr had puts emma into this deep trance. Then he places say a handwritten letter or a lock of hair. Something with a connection to the missing on emma's forehead allegedly these personal objects help her find whatever or whoever she's looking for in the fall of eighteen forty nine a close confidante of sir. John's a captain named alexander. Mcconaughey is dining with this doctor had x. niece during their meal he learns about emma this cirrus of bolton and the niece is happy to make the introduction will lady. Jane herself doesn't meet emma. Alexander does take a lock of hair given by the family along with one of sir. John's letters that fall. Alexandra travels to bolton for. At least three separate sessions with emma in their first session also sees two ships only. She says that one's underwater and the other is abandoned shipwrecked on sure but she also says that sir john is still alive along with three to four other men the rest or long dead buried under the snow. She describes john's balding head which isn't exactly common knowledge at the time with alexander wants something tangible something useful. That could help him. Locate john and bring him home. He begs emmett to give him knowledge of their geographical location which she does sort of by remotely reading the time on sir. John's watch emma is able to discern a hour time difference between him and london then using a map. She points to north western part of canada known as hudson bay which is significantly south of baffin bay. We're john was last. Seen by those wailers now this is an area..

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"british royal navy" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on Bro History

"You know at the window and then the second thing is that it's literally slave labor like they force her to do tours they force her to like play. Vegas shows they force her like me out make music and apparently she's well enough to make all of the people in the conservative ship rich but she's not willing to take care of her own self or have any any kind of liberty. It's it's the height of hypocrisy. It's crazy man. Well let's let's let's move onto the actual topic the actual show and thank you. I think that deserve the rant right. Yeah i think so. So talked about this on the show a couple of times already and and i just want i needed to needed to get that out yeah we need to have an epilogue to some of the other episodes we've done but i mean has been a crazy week Crazy month for news In terms of the stuff that we usually talk about For one recently Russia just fired warning shots at a at a british royal navy. destroy l- destroyer sailing through. Crimea says one thing we can talk about then. The taliban is Pretty much gobbling up afghanistan at lightning speed now right now. They control like forty two percent of the country in their surprised. How fast they're the afghan government is crumbling. So there's that We have john mcafee was he suicide or was he not suicide added on no. He had a whole lot of synthetic cocaine. I mean he did say that if he died he didn't commit wasn't wasn't yang. Yeah i guess it does. It does at the very least deserve life racing questions. Let's say did he. Did he do it. He said he wasn't gonna kill himself. People are like well you know. He did that on purpose to make bigger deal when he did kill himself. I don't know i mean john. Nancy is nuts bright not not to get back to brittany but i'm actually very worried that she might try to suicide herself. That order gets gets suicide. Did i should say you know if that is honestly these people could go to jail. Like i'm not gonna lie those the people running conservative ship constrain. Go to jail. If that happens. I mean. I feel like that's going to open up like a whole can of worms where people are going to be like Let's review every single person. Who like famous person who committed suicide and was view. Who hated them in what was in the right behind it. Like let's go back to anthony bourdain. I know there's right beers he's about him and stuff like that but our will go way to off-topic yet sorry then there's iran's They have a new president obama What abraham rising and then There's even the israeli new israeli government with Miss holly bennett..

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"british royal navy" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Couldn't actually keep up with a and they sort of fought off the guns in the distance and defended went on our way that says what the russians would like to have. You believe is that they saw hms defender off the premises as you would in a nightclub if you didn't it like somebody in his sight to the world look the role navy count. Trial it skirts. In front of our main naval base. The facts of life is it's legal to do so defended did it and the russians like you very much. Well i was just going to say. I mean couldn't moments like this be very dangerous. I mean for example if there's a lack of communication like in this case couldn't that lead to mistakes and miscalculation absolutely i think what we have to recognize either. The reality on the ground is there was no issue. It's the story a narrative that has been made up by the russians that she creating attention and so the british approaches society. Fine you know you you say what you want to your friends. If it makes you feel good win opening that we're just moving on nothing to see here. Finally from your many years of experience in the british world navy. Have you ever been on a vessel when an adversary arrival is trying to kind of puppets chest and intimidate you. The ship you're in oh caroline. I'm old enough to serve in the cold war and this was daily rations for both the us the end the role navy all the time we shadowed every soviet unit deployed its home base and indeed i remember accompanying the california which is a nuclear cruiser into the black sea and we were basically playing bumper rides with some russian ships who are trying to keep us out of that territory walters so they were coming in close and trying to bump us out this throughout history and it looks like we're back in that game again but when you're on that ship in the circumstances are you nervous or just like this is just another episode of bumper cars off. The office isn't with a bit of I'm the key thing is to control the situation and make sure you understand what is known as the rules of engagement and we'll say what the legal basis what you're doing is rear. Admiral chris. Perry is a former british royal navy. Officer he's been talking with us about recent tension between the uk in russia in the black sea. Thanks a lot. Thank you carol. Coming up a look at what. Experts fear may be tipping point.

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"british royal navy" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"News with Andrew Columbus. A Labor front bencher hopes the federal government's plan to restart repatriation flights from India isn't a political decision. People who arrived in Australia within 14 days of being in India now face jail time or heavy fines, But the ABC understands the government will announce everyone repatriation flight per week. Will shortly start after the travel ban is lifted on May 15 labors Linda Bernie has told Q and a that Australians stranded in India are in need. There are a number of Indian people Little feeling who are Australians with Indian heritage or feeling absolutely abandoned on Fix. All figures show that almost 4000 people died in the same period. The surge of the virus in recent weeks has overwhelmed India's health care system. The therapeutic goods Administration says the rite of blood clots in Australia associated with the AstraZeneca covered 19 vaccine is consistent with number saying another countries. Five Mork loading cases have been linked to the vaccine. In the past week. All people aged over 50 it means 11 cases have now been identified out of the 1.4 million doses administered. TGS John Skerritt says advice around the vaccine remains unchanged, with the benefits far outweigh the risks. This is a rare adverse event, but we believe it's staying it be expected frequency and of a frequency that we're seeing internationally. Popular restaurant in Chinatown in Sydney has been added to the list of places visited by a couple who have tested positive for Corona virus. Anyone who visited the X O p p Chinese restaurant in home market between 1 32 30 on Wednesday, the 28th of April is urged to get tested. Then ask yourself isolated until they have received a negative result. Truck driver involved in a crash that's injured five pedestrians and Melbourne South Bank has been arrested. Police believe the be double smashed into traffic life before colliding with a number of people near the corner of City Road and Power Street. Around seven o'clock on Thursday night. Five people have been taken to hospital to with critical injuries. The driver left the same but was spotted by another driver who phoned police. The man was arrested at his home. No charges have get been laid. France has sent two patrol boats to waters near the British self governing island of Jersey, where dozens of French fishing boats are protesting to British Royal Navy ships are already in the area following concern Josie's main port could be blockaded. The French minister for European affairs says France won't be intimidated. The French fishermen are angry about a post Brexit requirement. For new licenses to work there. Huge salvage operation has begun in waters near Bali to recover a naval submarine that sank last month with 30 53 crew onboard Indonesia correspondent and Barca preliminary efforts to raise that angle A for a two submarine began today after the last of three Chinese salvage ships arrived at the site. It's understood recovery teams will spend the first few days assessing the logistics of the task and how the sub or its parts can be recovered from the ocean floor. 838 M. Below. Indonesian Navy officials say the most important task is to raise the main part of the Serb and were found other important objects. Any bodies retrieved will be sent to an ante mortem site in Java. I say it's not clear how long the operation will take. Vaccine manufacturers, father and beyond Tech have agreed to supply curve it vaccines to all athletes and delegations participating in the Tokyo Olympic Games, which start in July. The announcement comes after an accord with the International Olympic Committee athlete Coronavirus. Immunization is not compulsory, but the International Olympic Committee is encouraging all athletes to take the jab. To sport and in rugby league. Melvin has time to second place on the N R a letter with a 50 nil demolition of an injury ravaged south Sydney of the Olympic Park stadium. Storm rise to 10 unanswered tries to claim their sixth straight win with winger Josh at Oak are starting with six..

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Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99

Daily Pop

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99

"We have to talk about some breaking news. That just happened. We all woke up this morning to queen elizabeth's announcement that prince. Philip has passed away at ninety nine years old. The queen announced that he died peacefully this morning at windsor castle. There's a memorial of flowers growing there and also outside of buckingham palace. They were married for over seventy years and their love story started when elizabeth was just thirteen years old. The cream has the quality of tolerance. The bundles prince loves romance with queen. Elizabeth was one for the agents. He was born into royalty on june tenth. Nineteen twenty one and after going to school in germany france and the uk. He joined the british royal navy. When fell was eighteen. He began exchanging letters with a thirteen year. Old princess elizabeth. They married when she was twenty. One in nineteen forty seven. It was her marriage to the edinburgh. Perhaps we i realized the personality of how queen to be he would watch her become queen. Elizabeth second was to be only the seventh queen of england. Since the days of william the conqueror the prince left after military service becoming his wife's most loyal and loving alive the father of their four children and many more grandchildren. No one could make the queen break into a smile or laugh like him together. They went through seven decades of service celebration and scandal. I have done my best with vince. Phillips constant love and help within for remain listencleveland is the tolls is one essentially ingredient. And they have been married. It meant be quite so important when things well but it is absolutely vital when things get difficult.

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"british royal navy" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on Daily Pop

"We have to talk about some breaking news. That just happened. We all woke up this morning to queen elizabeth's announcement that prince. Philip has passed away at ninety nine years old. The queen announced that he died peacefully this morning at windsor castle. There's a memorial of flowers growing there and also outside of buckingham palace. They were married for over seventy years and their love story started when elizabeth was just thirteen years old. The cream has the quality of tolerance. The bundles prince loves romance with queen. Elizabeth was one for the agents. He was born into royalty on june tenth. Nineteen twenty one and after going to school in germany france and the uk. He joined the british royal navy. When fell was eighteen. He began exchanging letters with a thirteen year. Old princess elizabeth. They married when she was twenty. One in nineteen forty seven. It was her marriage to the edinburgh. Perhaps we i realized the personality of how queen to be he would watch her become queen. Elizabeth second was to be only the seventh queen of england. Since the days of william the conqueror the prince left after military service becoming his wife's most loyal and loving alive the father of their four children and many more grandchildren. No one could make the queen break into a smile or laugh like him together. They went through seven decades of service celebration and scandal. I have done my best with vince. Phillips constant love and help within for remain listencleveland is the tolls is one essentially ingredient. And they have been married. It meant be quite so important when things well but it is absolutely vital when things get difficult.

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A Look Back at the Life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

AM Tampa Bay

01:04 min | 1 year ago

A Look Back at the Life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

"At the age of 99 Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh husband, England's Queen Elizabeth, the second longest serving spouse of a reigning British monarch. Morning grease in 1921 into a royal family with Danish and German ties. He was also a great great grandson of Britain's Queen Victoria. He would go to school in England and went on to serve in the British Royal Navy during World War two. He married Elizabeth the daughter, then King George, the sixth in 1947 in 1952. Elizabeth became Queen and Philip became Queen Consort in that role on his own and accompanying his wife, Prince Philip traveled the world. He was a strict but loving father to Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Differences. Andrew and Edward. One of his last major appearances, was that the 2011 wedding of his grandson William, to Kate Middleton, at that event, as always, he was at the side of his wife. His loyal and ceaseless support for her for the royal institution and for Britain itself was his hallmark and legacy. In London. Greg Palkot, Fox News governor to Santa says it's time to set

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"british royal navy" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Of humors and this drew from Greek physicians and philosophers like Galen and Hippocrates. It also appears in the work of Persian polymath, Even Sena. Similar concepts or part of traditional Chinese medicine and Ira Veda as well and in terms of the understanding of scurvy and much of Europe for hundreds of years. It was believed to be due to putrefaction of the humors. And then that putrefaction was made worse by bad food, Bad air, bad hygiene or sometimes Just laziness. And there were a lot of people who figured out something that worked to treat this in 15 74. Baldwin is Ron CIA's wrote about oranges, curing scurvy in Dutch sailors. In the late 16th century, and Rick Oyer wrote about cloud buries treating scurvy in Norse sailors. In 16 17. John would all published a reference book called the Surgeon's Mate or Military and Domestic Surgery. Discovering faithfully and plainly, you method and Order of yeast surgeons chest Uses of the instruments, the virtues and operations of the medicines with the exact cures of wounds made by gunshot and otherwise, as namely wounds, apples, fumes, ulcers, fischelis fractures, dislocations with the most easy and safest ways of amputation or dismembering. Cures of this scurvy of he flexes of you. Belly of your colleague and Ilya Co paseo of Tin ass amiss and exodus ain't a end of the calendar. Sure, with a treatise of you cure of you. Plague published for the service of his master end of the Commonwealth by John would all Mr in surgery. As that very long title mentioned it have entire section on scurvy and its treatment. I think we should bring back the days where we basically include the index in the tight Yeah, well then. I looked at the table of contents for it and it at one point I had the table of contents for what the section of scurvy included in here, but it was really just like scurvy its description. It's treatment. There. What else? Descriptions of scurvy are similar to what we talked about earlier in the show, And as for its cure, he wrote that quote as a famous writer named Johannes Actus in a treatise disc, or budo of firmas, consistent chiefly in four things. Namely in opening obstructions, evacuating the offending humors in altering the property of them and in comforting in corroborating the part sleep disease would all stresses the need to keep the crew's quarters clean and sweet with as much high quality comfortable food as possible. If someone does get scurvy, they should be bled and given some quote pills of you for beom or otherwise, Picula roughy or Kambo Jha. And then after that, some spoon meat or some oatmeal or egg yolk or a broth of currents and other fruit or some sugar or spices or some barley water. Or some oil of vitriol, which is sulfuric acid. Or putting some dried wormwood in the patient's drink, and then quote further. The surgeon or his mate must not fail to persuade the governor or purser and all places where they touch in the Indies and my habit. To provide themselves of juice of oranges, limes or lemons and it bantam of tamarins in the surgeon's mate would all makes lots of references to Citrus fruit. He's really focused on when cruiser in places where those fruits grow because quote the sea surgeon shall do little good at sea with, um neither will they endure. Yeah, he had stuff about Citrus through in here, but it was really about when they were on land, and he also included so many other things that would not have been effective at all. Oil of vitriol was a very common scurvy treatment. It was literally sulfuric acid. That was that was not helpful. In 16 22. Sir Richard Hawkins, who called scurvy quote the plague of the sea and the spoil of Mariners wrote that sour lemons and oranges could treat it. 16 35 Ambrosi assed roadie is defended and published the first Scandinavian doctoral thesis and it was on scurvy describes treating scurvy with scurvy grass, common chickweed, watercraft, mustard plants, and the cloud buries that we mentioned earlier on in the show. Ambrosia throw odious did seem to understand that scurvy was connected to nutrition. But his ideas on how that worked for a little bit fuzzy. It was connected to the idea of canceling out opposites. She were By the late 16 Hundreds. People were using the word anti score beauty to describe things they believe to be useful against scurvy. Dutch physician Johannes Box from used the term to describe fresh fruits and vegetables in 17 34. Also in the 18th century barren Gerhard von Sweeten, talked about scarcity of greens and vegetables as contributing to scurvy. But he also attributed it to quote noise some vapors arising from marshy grounds and stagnating waters in action, drinking of corrupted and stagnating waters, the use of salted and smoked flesh and fish. Damp and low lodgings as well as sorrow, nostalgia and homesickness. According to you, von Sweeten treatment First scurvy involved quote. Correcting the impure waters and also purging He also made dietary recommendations. Quote the food should be broth with shirvell, saurel, spinach, lettuce on the suckering cabbage, especially red cabbage, young metal bloods and tops or any other sort of tender er, Bage boiled in it the preference to be given to those easiest to come at. Fruit. Quite right. Use moderately always produces a good effect. But if neither fruit nor greens can be procured, the patient must have his broth with barley, oats or rice. He may eat. Likewise, a little veal or foul, but it must be moderately. So a lot of people had noted fresh fruits and vegetables, including Citrus fruits as a treatment for scurvy. By the time James Lind had entered the British Royal Navy as a surgeon's mate and 17 39. He became a full surgeon in 17 46, and he was aboard the H M S..

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"british royal navy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On the idea of humors. This drew from Greek physicians and philosophers like Galen and Hippocrates. It also appears in the work of Persian polymath, even Sena. Similar concepts or part of traditional Chinese medicine and Ira Veda as well and in terms of the understanding of scurvy and much of Europe for hundreds of years, it was believed to be due to putrefaction of the humors. Then that putrefaction was made worse by bad food, Bad air, bad hygiene or sometimes just laziness. And there were a lot of people who figured out something that worked to treat this. In 15 74. Baldwin is Ron CIA's wrote about oranges curing scurvy in Dutch sailors in the late 16th century, Enric Oyer wrote about cloud buries treating scurvy in Norse sailors. And 16 17 John would all published a reference book called the Surgeon's Mate or Military and Domestic Surgery. Discovering faithfully and plainly, you method and Order of yeast, surgeons chest Uses of the instruments, the virtues and operations of the medicines with the exact cures of wounds made by good shot, and otherwise, as namely wounds, apples, fumes, ulcers, fischelis fractures, dislocations with the most easy and safest ways of amputation or dismembering. Cures of this scurvy of he flexes of you. Belly of your colleague and Ilya Co Paseo of Tin ass amiss and exodus ain't a end of the calendar tour with a treatise of you. Cure of you. Plague published for the service of his master end of the Commonwealth by John would all Mr in surgery. As that very long title mentioned it had entire section on scurvy and its treatment. I think we should bring back the days where we basically include the index and the type. Yeah, well then. I looked at the table of contents for it and it at one point I had the table of contents for what the section of scurvy included in here, but it was really just like scurvy its description. It's treatment. They're, uh what else? Descriptions of scurvy are similar to what we talked about earlier in the show. And as for its cure, he wrote that quote as a famous writer named Johannes Actus in a treatise disc or Bhutto affirmative, consistent chiefly in four things, namely in opening obstructions, evacuating the offending humors. In altering the property of them and in comforting in corroborating the part, sleep diseased. What all stresses the need to keep the crew's quarters clean and sweet with as much high quality comfortable food as possible. But if someone does get scurvy, they should be bled and given some quote pills of you for beom or otherwise, Picula roughy or Kambo Jha. And then after that, some spoon meat or some oatmeal or egg yolk or a broth of currents and other fruit or some sugar or spices or some barley water. Or some oil of vitriol, which is sulfuric acid. Or putting some dried wormwood in the patient's drink, and then quote further. The surgeon or his mate must not fail to persuade the governor or purser and all places where they touch in the Indies and my habit. To provide themselves of juice of oranges, limes or lemons and it bantam of tamarins in the surgeon's mate would all makes lots of references to Citrus fruit. He's really focused on when cruiser in places where those fruits grow because quote the sea surgeon shall do little good at sea with, um neither will they endure. Yeah, he had stuff about Citrus through in here, but it was really about when they were on land, and he also included so many other things that would not have been affected at all. Oil of vitriol was a very common scurvy treatment. It was literally sulfuric acid. That was that was not helpful. And 16 22. Sir Richard Hawkins, who called scurvy quote the plague of the sea and the spoil of Mariners wrote that sour lemons and oranges could treat it. 16 35 Ambrosi assed roadie is defended and published the first Scandinavian doctoral thesis and it was on scurvy. It describes treating scurvy with scurvy grass, common chickweed, watercress mustard plants, and the cloud buries that we mentioned earlier on in the show. Abruzzi ist rodeos did seem to understand that scurvy was connected to nutrition, but his ideas on how that worked for a little bit fuzzy. It was connected to the idea of canceling out opposites by the late 16. Hundreds. People were using the word anti score beauty to describe things they believe to be useful against scurvy. Dutch physician Johannes Box from used the term to describe fresh fruits and vegetables in 17 34. Also in the 18th century barren Gerhard von Sweeten, talked about scarcity of greens and vegetables as contributing to scurvy. But he also attributed it to quote noise some vapors arising from marshy grounds and stagnating waters in action, drinking of corrupted and stagnating waters. The use of salted and smoked flesh and fish, damp and low lodgings as well as sorrow, nostalgia and homesickness. According to Von Sweeten treatment, first scurvy involved quote, correcting the impure waters and also purging. He also made dietary recommendations. Quote the food should be brought. With serval Saurel spinach lettuce on the suckering cabbage, especially red cabbage, young metal bloods and tops or any other sort of tender herb INGE boiled in it. The preference to be given to those easiest to come at fruit quite ripe. Use moderately always produces a good effect. But if neither fruit nor greens can be procured, the patient must have his broth with barley, oats or rice. He may eat. Likewise, a little veal or foul, but it must be moderately. So a lot of people had noted fresh fruits and vegetables, including Citrus fruits as a treatment for scurvy. By the time James Lind had entered the British Royal Navy as a surgeon's mate and 17 39, he became a full surgeon in 17 46. And he was aboard the H M S..

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"british royal navy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"46 minutes. Got a look at what's trending man? What you got to give me a British Royal Navy officers being investigated alleged to have filmed porn inside of a nuclear submarine base. The lieutenant reportedly admitted to shooting the video with her naval seaman lover. But it's not the whole story. Check out more. Some stuff. I can't really talk about on the front page A Wi I I be calm. Oh, boy, I may just amazing double on Tom Brady. There's several other Yes, yeah, more than one look around the traffic news or whether it's trending stories for you at 8 50 here in Israel 16 Wi Odie want to know the latest local headlines. Ask Alexa Alexa play w Y O D on my heart radio. That's where everyone goes for local news. Weather and traffic happened again this week looking for a contractor to do some work in our house, and they don't return calls. I'll get you an estimate by tomorrow morning been four weeks. Four days rather One of the hardest things in South Florida's defined a contractor who not only does good work, but who does what they say They're going to do like, call you back. Give me an estimate. It's one reason I want to tell you about my friends at FH I remodeling. They are not your typical South Florida contractor. They want to make sure That you're satisfied customers and they go above and beyond in doing that, when they install They're storm proof windows in your house. FH. I am The best of the best in the business they've installed more than 50,000 windows. They happen to be the largest impact window installer in the entire.

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"british royal navy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"But Heisel still be in the low eighties. This point Jimmy over the next five days. Don't see any cool down's coming. Looks like all the cold stuff's going to stay. Well well to our north. All right. Sounds good to me. Thanks very much. We will talk to you next hour. See them. I see. All right, well, Florida Health officials confirmed 5737 new cases of covert 19 yesterday at 120 deaths, the statewide positivity rate 7.37%. Fourth straight day below 8% 70 averages just under 8100 for the last week. That's Donnelly from 18,000 month ago. Good news. 7.42%, Miami Dade, 8.40 and Broward County, both up slightly from Sunday's number. By that Miami Dade and Broward have to report to the right just under 8%. As of yesterday afternoon, the worth 50 20 and 71 People hospitalized in Florida primary diagnosis of coded Down from 7700 on January the 14th. So that's good news to Florida now has These 201 confirmed case of the cove in 19 variants that emerged in the UK is believed to be more of a contagion. More of contagious strain. His number for any state in the country, According to the CDC. Vicious disease expert, Dr Ryan Rivera says it is likely these variants contributed to the numbers we've seen since late last year. Down from was probably driven in large part by these variants on given how much more infectious these strains are, I think probably will have relatively high infection rates and death rates, Unfortunately, until the vaccine takes hold Don't understand this. Yes, they said the federal government is again increased the amount of vaccine that is sending the floor let's because Fizer is increasing its manufacturing. About three and $25,000 this week. That is up from about 260,000 weekly at the beginning of the year, he said. They added dusters will allow the state to continue expanding vaccination sites. We're not gonna rest until every senior that once the shot gets a shot. We are going to be doing continue with Publix, but we're also going to be doing Walmart, which is something that's in a lot of communities. Actually, there's some communities that don't have a Publix. But they do have a WalMart. We're definitely going to get retail pharmacy into Miami Dade County. So I think that's another way. We're seniors will be able to access the vaccine. Just take it at our local government sayings, put it into CVS and Walgreens and all that and just get it out of me. It's been a disaster in Miami Dade, One of the 2.7 vaccination shots have been given 2.7 million vaccination shots. But given the state of Florida, it's about 9.4% of our population. Has gotten one shot. About 3% of gotten both shots nationally, 43 million vaccinations have been performed. That means about 10% of our population. And the morning that has you see at least one shot. 3% are fully back Stands 3%. Ladies and gentlemen, three Percent. Gosh, that is that is unbelievable. Many is correct. Why wasn't the plan put out last summer when we were developing these things? Well. The new one was common. Well, Trump told us that we're gonna be at least one maybe more before the end of the year. Oh, no, He's just lying again. You're lying. Okay, okay. Even before we knew it was gonna be out in the next several months, whether it was gonna be march or whether I was gonna be December didn't matter, right? But it's absolutely right. They needed to get this thing done. They didn't do it and all those people were running for office. You wanna wait till now? To figure out what you would do with the most important health issue we have in this country have for a long time. Now you wanna try to figure it out? And even now you can't figure it out. Senses right to get into. You know the private sector, Wal Mart and CBS etcetera. Cause they'll do it much better than government will. What a big difference for this article in Newsweek, Manny about how Transitional presidents have been so bad. Trump. Mr. Boat on Drain the swamp. You know, he relied on people in In Congress to further agenda people like Mitch McCollough, just You know they invented the swamp. And then Biden is doing the same thing, you know, get rid of the XL pipeline. Even though the majority of Americans said they wanted to, you know, do a better job. Immigration and Trump really did it. Do a good job on it that so he just opened those borders up saying Come on in, Everybody just Enjoy yourself. Just missed the boat again. We're over to in the last two. 7 16 Man. He's got a look at what's trending Man Reach up. Jimmy, a British Royal Navy officer being investigated alleged to have filmed porn inside of a nuclear submarine base. Lieutenant reportedly admitted to shooting the videos with her naval seaman lover. Seaman lover, But that's not the whole story, Jimmy Check out more on the front page of wi rd dot com. NAVAL isn't body part or navel is in the branch of the service table is in Royal Navy. Okay, I'm going to say because when you're talking, pour it and you say Naval, I'm thinking maybe I also had to be careful because it's the way it's written, is talking about her semen lover, So he's also part of the Navy. All right, It's a double entendres all over the very disturbing story. Yeah, we're gonna talk to doctor the brand Mulligan coming up in just a couple minutes. Some questions about covert that you need answers to like. Can you get the fires a vaccine for the first shot in return for the second? Um, can you visit your parents if they're both fax sender, But you want We'll talk to the doctor about that. Coming up at 7 22 traffic at 7 20, Israel 16 wi OD from smart phones and TVs, Two desktops, laptops and tablets. Every audio device in this hemisphere. 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"british royal navy" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Dropped six. Speaking of people who have passed away, Captain Tom Moore. Remember him. God, the waterworks going to start this was such a global. Oh, my God. It's an amazing story, but yeah, this was so so sad. Well, go ahead. Tell the story. Well last year during the sort of early months of the pandemic, this this man who was 100, who was 99 years old. He was a British captain. I think in the Navy, and he decided that he wanted to raise $1000 for covert workers. Just, you know, to support them. And so he was uses a walker and he decided because he had to stay at home that he would walk 100 laps in his garden. And so over the you know the span of weeks, his grand I think his granddaughter grandson filmed him doing it, and it was just so moving to see him on his little Walker shuffling along doing his laps. And then he ended up raising $40 million because it went viral. And then he ended up getting knighted by the queen who had and that she had the longest sword you can ever imagine. Tonight. Him because of covert. So they had this extra long sword made so that she could, you know, tap him on his shoulders. So then he he became knighted. And then it was just incredible than they had the When he finished his 1/100 lap. They had all of the British Royal Navy and everybody there to celebrate it. They had the planes flying over. It was incredible. Like every single time I watched him it just brought happy tears to my eyes, and it's so sad that he ended up getting cove. It. And he just passed away at the age of 100. Yeah, yeah, it was really It is something, though. When you think about the impact, people say, Well, I'm only one person, but the impact of single single person like that. But you know, it's not sad. You made it to 100 years old, and in his last year of life, he helped people. I mean, that's amazing How many it is. You know how many people don't get to do that? I think he was a pilot wasn't in World War two He was in World War two. Yeah, he might. I don't have it in for him. He may have been a pilot. Yeah, he was. He was a captain because everyone called him. Captain Tom, And then he became, sir. Captain. After he was knighted. Speaking of Cove ID, There are a lot of vaccine doses now, apparently as of this week that are being shipped directly to pharmacies. I don't know if that's happening in your neck of the woods and I ask that collectively of all of us, and all of you who are listening to you know where the vaccine is. And is this going toe? Help again it around faster. There are 11, I guess. 11.5 12 million doses that are on their way. 40,000 stores. So what's the math there? 40,000 in tow. Into 12 million when it was gonna be 300 store? Yeah, so they want to do one million doses heading to 6500 stores starting on the 11th. So it hasn't. It hasn't happened yet, but that's the next plan. You know if they make the reasoning for it is because how many people if you think about it, go and get a flu shot at the pharmacy every year. They obviously have the system in place. They have pharmacist or trained Give vaccines. It makes sense. Obviously, this doesn't apply to Fizer. This is just the Madonna and and maybe eventually, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, But, yeah, I mean, if Madonna can make enough to get every pharmacy toe have everybody being able to sign up and go get a shot, Just like you get a flu shot than great. Why not? Yeah, I just think that it's Z. We've got to move this along. Folks. This is there's no reason now, at this point that this thing should be as messed up as it is. Frankly speaking, you're messing up. You all have your 10 90 nines. And you all have your w whatever is and how many people are working on their taxes already. Raise your hands, please. Just put my stuff in a in a folder. Does that count? I did that. Yes, well, the deal. I'm working on mine now because my situation is changing, so I got to do some Preventative stuff and also where it's becoming very time consuming. I think that's the reason I'm bringing it up. I'm finding I spent all day Sunday with my accountant doing things that were that seemed to have not been well. My My longtime friend and accountant died and so his assistant is taking over the business and come to find out. She did most of the time. She did most of the work anyway. So she knew, you know she knows what's going on with my account. And stuff. And so she wants to, you know, really wants to be prepared for everything. Which is great, but it's very time consuming. I don't know again. There we everyone to get a different circumstance. I have a couple of different businesses that have to be straight down, and I've always been very careful about what I do in keeping records and stuff. I wonder sometimes whether the individual whether we just aren't spending too much time on this, whether it takes, you know the satisfy the needs of the government, which is supposed to be us. Yeah, it didn't. Because listen to Bloomberg Radio as a syriza of tax items have starting now, If you listen to Bloomberg, there are a lot of them. I think some of the local stations we having some of these reporters Come and give you information because it is a lot different this year for summary. Maybe it's Cove in. Ah, lot different this year Preparing your taxes, So you're gonna pay attention to that I have somebody Who knows what they're doing, Working on yours? That would be my wish and hope for you, Speaking of things that are help or hope, according to U S Bureau of Stats, Labor statistics. The unemployment rate is now 6.7%. Isn't that interesting? Some people they spend up to high is eight any glade and a half percent, but it's double. Still. What were the levels before the pandemic? Do not despair because there are companies that are hiring. Here's Andy's..

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"british royal navy" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"british royal navy" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Hydroxycut. Speaking of people who have passed away, Captain Tom Moore, remember him. God, the waterworks are going to start. This was such a global. Oh, my God. It's an amazing story. But yeah, this was so so sad. Well, go ahead, tell a story. Well last year during the sort of early months of the pandemic, this this man who was 100, who was 99 years old. He was a British captain. I think in the Navy, and he decided that he wanted to raise $1000 for covert workers. Just, you know, to support them. And so he was uses a walker and he decided because he had to stay at home that he would walk 100 laps in his garden. And so over the you know the span of weeks, his grand I think his granddaughter grandson filmed him doing it, and it was just so moving to see him on his little Walker shuffling along doing his laps. And then he ended up raising $40 million because it went viral. And then he ended up getting knighted by the queen who had and that she had the longest sword you can ever imagine. Tonight. Him because of covert. So they had this extra long sword made so that she could, you know, tap him on his shoulders. So then he he became knighted. And then it was just incredible. Then they had the When he finished his 1/100 lap. They had all of the British Royal Navy and everybody there to celebrate it. They had the planes flying over. It was incredible. Like every single time I watched him it just brought happy tears to my eyes, and it's so sad that he ended up getting cove. It. And he just passed away at the age of 100. Yeah, yeah, it was really It is something, though. When you think about the impact, people say, Well, I'm only one person, but the impact of single single person like that. She was not sad. He made it to 100 years old, and in his last year of life, he helped people. I mean, that's amazing how money it is. You know how many people don't get to do that? I think he was a pilot wasn't in World War two He was in World War two. Yeah, he might. I don't have it in for him. He may have been a pilot. Yeah, he was. He was a captain because everyone called him, Captain Tom, and then he became, sir. Captain Tom. After he was knighted. Speaking of Cove ID, There are a lot of vaccine doses now, apparently as of this week that are being shipped directly to pharmacies. I don't know if that's happening in your neck of the woods and I ask that collectively of all of us, and all of you who are listening to you know where the vaccine is. And is this going toe? Help again it around faster. There are 11, I guess, 11.5 12 million doses that are on their way to 40,000 stores. So what's the math there? 40,000 in tow. Into 12. Million ordered 12 300 store. Yeah, so they want to do one million doses heading to 6500 stores starting on the 11th. So it hasn't. It hasn't happened yet, but that's the next plan. You know if they make the reasoning for it is because how many people if you think about it, go and get a flu shot at the pharmacy every year. They obviously have the system in place. They have pharmacists or trained Give vaccines. It makes sense. Obviously, this doesn't apply to Fizer. This is just the Madonna and and maybe eventually, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, But, yeah, I mean, if Madonna can make enough to get every pharmacy toe have everybody being able to sign up and go get a shot, Just like you get a flu shot than great. Why not? Yeah, I just think that it's it. We've got to move this along. Folks. This is no reason now at this point that this thing should be as messed up as it is. Frankly speaking, you're messing up. You all have your 10 90 nines. And you all have you? W whatever is and how many people are working on their taxes already. Raise your hands, please. Just put my stuff in a in a folder. Does that count? I did that. Yes, well, the deal. I'm working on mine now because my situation is changing, so I got to do some Preventative stuff and also where it's becoming very time consuming. I think that's the reason I'm bringing it up. I'm finding I spent all day Sunday with my accountant doing things that were that seemed to have not been well. My My longtime friend and accountant died and so his assistant is taking over the business and come to find out. She did most of the she did most of the work anyway. So she knew, you know she knows what's going on with my account. And stuff. And so she wants to, you know, really wants to be prepared for everything. Which is great, but it's very time consuming. I don't know again. Whether we everyone to get a different circumstance. I have a couple of different businesses that have toe be straight down, and I've always been very careful about what I do in keeping records and stuff. I wonder sometimes whether the individual whether we just aren't spending too much time on this, whether it takes, you know this satisfy the needs of the government, which is supposed to be us. Yeah, it didn't. Because listen to Bloomberg Radio has a syriza of tax items have starting now, If you listen to Bloomberg, there are a lot of them. I think some of the local stations we having some of these reporters Come and give you information because it is a lot different this year for summary. Maybe it's Cove in. Ah, lot different this year Preparing your taxes, So you're gonna pay attention to that I have somebody Who knows what they're doing? Working on yours? That would be my wish and hope for you. Speaking of things that are help or hope, according to U S. Bureau of Stats, labor statistics, the unemployment rate is now 6.7%. Isn't that interesting? Some people have spent up to hide his eight any glade and a half percent, but it's double. Still. 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 US unveils warrant to seize Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar dispute

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

US unveils warrant to seize Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar dispute

"Tanker department of justice issued a warrant to seize Iranian oil tanker detained in Gibraltar a day after a judge in the British overseas territory ordered its release the move deepens a weeklong diplomatic dispute between Tehran and Washington it also comes amid a stand off between the two countries after president trump withdrew from international nuclear accord with Iran and we impose sanctions the tanker was sees last month in a British Royal Navy operation off the coast of Gibraltar authority suspected of violating European Union sanctions and oil shipments to Syria he was carrying two point one million barrels of Iranian crude

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 US move halts release of Iranian tanker held in Gibraltar

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

US move halts release of Iranian tanker held in Gibraltar

"The trump administration is seeking to halt the release of an Iranian oil tanker detained off Gibraltar more than a month ago by the British Royal Navy NPR's Joanna could kisses says London believes the tanker was carrying oil bound for Syria it received on July fourth October alter and it's called the great one the British say that I had oil on that was bound for Syria which is a violation of UN sanctions and they've kept it off because it about to bother ever sense as a way to say look this is just not acceptable this is NPR news from

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