Posted by Rand Simberg at As long as Gustav is over water, it will intensify. Gustav is currently under moderate wind shear 15 knots. This shear is expected to remain in the low to moderate range knots for the remainder of the week.
Ask them about neck of a turbaned Turk, while over all that Yankee crusade against the Infidel, waves the flag of Freedom. On this bright cnt. In it, Brother Jonathan must ap- spot in the story the American mind is pear with his liberty- cap in one band fixed, regardless of the dish we were and a bag of dollars in the other, bowing made to eat for five - and - twenty years.
The smooth-faced unbeliever assertion, that we were the first nation begs that his little ships may be permitted who refused to pay tribute to the Moorish to sail up and down this coast unmolest- pirates, and thus, established a new pria- ed, and promises to give these and other ciple in the maritime law of the Mediter- dollars, if his Highness, the Pacha, will ranean.
This, also, is a patriotic delusion. This picture is not so ident and the Pacha was simply one of generally exhibited here; but it is quite amount.
Our chief was willing to pay as correct as the other, and as true to the anything in reason; but Tripolitan prices period.
New-England man, William Eaton, led The burning of the Philadelphia and an army of nine Americans from Egypt the bombardment of Tripoli are much too to Demo, the easternmost province of fine a subject for rhetorical pyrotechnics Tripoli, a march of five hundred miles to have escaped lecturers and orators of over the Desert.
He took the capital the Fourth-of-July school. Whoever reads the story will be of the same opinion as this marine with the wonderful name. Never was the war carried into Africa with a force so small and with completer suc- cess.
Yet Eaton has not had the luck of fame. It is not easy to explain tbis neglect. We know that our Temple of Fame is a small building as yet, and that it has a great many in- habitants, so many, indeed, that wor- thy heroes may easily be overlooked by visitors who do not consult the catalogue.
But a man wbo has added a brilliant page to the Cesta Dei per Novanglos deserves a conspicuous niche. A brief sketch of his doings in Africa will give a good view of tbe position of the United States in Barbary, in the first years of the Re- public.
Sixty years ago, civilized Europe not only tolerated the robbery, the murder, and the carrying into captivity of her own people, but actually recognized this triple atrocity as a privilege inherent to certain persons of Turkish descent and Mahometan religion inhabiting the north- ern coast of Africa.
England or France might have put them down by a word long before; but, as the corsairs chiefly ravaged the defenceless coasts of Sardinia, Sicily, and Naples, the two great powers had no particular interest in crushing them. And there was always some jeal- ous calculation of advantage, some pitiful project of turning them to future account, which prevented decisive action on the part of either nation.
Then the wars which followed the French Revolution kept Europe busy at home and gave the Barbary sailors the opportunity of follow- ing their calling for a few years longer with impunity.
The English, with large fleets and naval stations in the Mediter- ranean, had nothing to fear from them, and were, probably, not much displeased with the contributions levied upon the commerce of other nations.
Barbary pi- racy was a protective tax in favor of British bottoms. French merchautmen kept at home. Spain, Sweden, Den- mark, and Holland tried to outbid one another for the favor of the Dey, Bey, and Pacha, and were robbed and enslav- ed whenever it suited the interests of their Higbnesses.
The Portuguese kept out of the Mediterranean, and protected their coast by guarding the Straits of Gib- raltar. Not long before the French Revolu- tion, a new flag in their waters had at- tracted the greedy eyes of the Barba- rians.
When they learned that it be- longed to a nation thousands of miles away, once a colony of England, but now no longer under her protection, they bless- ed Allah and the Prophet for sending these fish to their nets; and many Amer- icans were made to taste the delights of the Patriarchal Institution in the dock- yards of Algiers.
As soon as the Fed- eral Government was fairly established, Washington recommended to Congress to build a fleet for the protection of citi- zens in the Mediterranean.A glass vessel full of air, pla- ced under a receiver and then ex- hausted by the air-pump, will burst in- to atoms.
Water, on the other hand, is almost the reverse. Twenty cubic inches, introduced into a cannon whose sides are three inches thick, cannot be compressed into nineteen inches without burstin5, it.
Felicia Coates University of Virginia Darden Graduate Business School September 15, Edward Giberson Giberson’s Glass Studio Owner Dear Mr. Giberson.
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