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tarn JUdd the Pirate Piratedds Ptratedds
dds antecedents not much muchn
n except that he was a and arid
nd brave seaman In 1697 1697roceeded 2697roceeded
roceeded to En England land in inget in inget
get a ship and the necesmission neces necesmission
mission Various difficul difficulraised difPiculraised
raised by the Admiralty Admiraltylldmont Admiraltylkmont
lldmont got over these by byading byading
ading some of his friends to tocribe tocribe
cribe the money required to toa toa
a ship and collect a crew crewnhe crewf
nhe f the leading men in Eng Engok Engok
ok shares in the venture venturengst venturengst
ngst them was Somers the theigh theigh
igh Chancellor Two corn corns
s were obtained for Kdd Kddordinarv Kddordinary
ordinary letters lettersol of marque marqueenemies marqueenemies
enemies ShiPS there being beingrbetween beingrbetween
rbetween France and Eng Engd
d the otheran unusual unusu11commission unusualcommission
commission to which whichset whichset
set the Great S Sealto lto cap capat capate
at ate s When the real char charKidds charKidds
Kidds expedition was dis disthe disthe
the ranting of these com corns
s was made the pretext for fort
t attack upon the Govern GovernSomerss GovernsSomerss
Somerss po1iticaloppo po1iticaloppoasly political oppo oppoastly
asly the King was In
0 make a grant to Bellad Bella I
d his fellow subscribers subscriberse
e pirate goods that Kidd Kiddcapture Kiddcapture
capture reserving to the thee thee
e tenth thereofAdventure thereof thereofAdventure
Adventure galley was wasand wasand
and Kidd took command commandafter commandafter
after sailing some of his hise
e pressed for the navy navyr
r because seamen were werehad verehad
had In England or be bee bee
e preferred a crew of his hisuntrymen hisuntrymen
untrymen Kidd sailed for forYork forYork
York to complete his hiscomplement hiscomplement
complement There he hehis hep
p his crew to 15 1 s < 4 men ment
t whom were some ot theItorious the theItor
Itor Itorious ous pirates in the col colhatever colhatever
hatever Kidds intentions intentionsme intentionsime
ime me may have been it was wasthose wasthose
those in the colony what whatrobable whatrobable
robable issue of the expedi expediwould expediwould
would be and the home Govant Gov Govnt
ant nt was warned that by com comport comport
port those who bad joined jOlDedtended joinedtended
tended in one way or an anmake annake
make money out of the thet
t Kid would never be beern beern
ern them From New Newsail Newsailed
sail sailed d for the Indian Indianin Indianin
in a short time the ships shipstIndia shipsSt
St tIndia Company brought broughtthat broughtthat
that far from putting puttingracy puttingracy
racy Kidd had turned turnedself turnedself
self The Red Sea the theMalacca theMalacca
Malacca and the coasts coastsere coastsere
ere his cruising ground groundascar Itroundascar
ascar waa wa > t his headquar headquart
it t island was well known knownporium knownporium
porium for pirates and andi
i exchanged his booty bootyYels bootywels
Yels silks and spices offor of offor
for provisions stores storesnition storesnitlon
nition sent out by his hisnt hisntrnn
nt ntrnn fn n in the Westas West Westas
° as this Mada Madagascar Madagascarne ascar ascarne
ne venture from New Newto Newto
to have brought in a ar3
+ r3 ono To Madagascar Madagascaridd
idd took his prizes prizesJr
Jr car cargoes oes and selling sellingn
n in ing the ships His Histh Histh
th Adventure soon soone
e leaky and unsea unseaabandoned unseaabandoned
abandoned her andg and andJt
Jt onone ot his prizes prizesulcanJMercfiant prizesmoan
ulcanJMercfiant moan Mercant a aloadedo aloaded
loaded vessel of about 500 500lamont SooLamont
lamont had been advised ofs ot ots
s arrival on the coast and andis andis
is plans to secure him Hay Haven Hayen
en mainly instrumental in ing ing
g to sea what had turned out outpiratical ou oupiratical t
piratical expedition he felt felts
s honor was at stake and anddd anddd
dd should be secured Kidd Kidditten Kidditten
itten to Bellamont a letter letterng letteng r
ng his innocense stAting stAtingcrew statin statincrew g
crew had mutinied upon uponked uponked
ked him up ID his cabincfes cAbin cAbindes
des a agains againsan ainst ainstan t
an ether if he hehore h hr e
r hare he would be unmoellamont unmo unmoBellamont
Bellamont was w s careful to topromise topromise
promise of pardon or as asof
01 safety the impression impressionr
r reading the letters is that thats
s entrapped into landing
her his crew refused to toor toor
or that he had hopes of ofBellamont o oBellamont f
Bellamont To thatitched that thatatched
itched to Dellamontp Dellamontpary
ary with a present of ofed ofoed
oed ed in n an enamel boxY box boxhed
Y lied her but before beforegold beforegold
gold which had been beento beento
to the same quarter quarterdd quarterdd
dd found himself in inheavily n nheavily
heavily ironed Bella Bellato Bellato
to Ute home Govern Governfl111 Governfull
full particu particulars lars 01 the thergettin thewa
wa > rgettin rgetting to remind the theState theState
State tha that as Vice Vicemay Vicemay
may be entitled to a apirates apirates
pirates effects ands and andin
s in any case his expaid ex exp
p paid id out 01 the same sameoop sameoop
oop and all Kidds Kiddsoard Kiddsoard
oard her he secured securedowed securedowed
owed a commendable commendableendeavoring commendableendeavoring
endeavoring to lay hands handse
1 e Quetta Merchant Merchantg
g got Kidd securely securelyn
n gvol BelIamonts s nex nexto next nextto ts t
to collect evidence 01 hi hiearrestingbimBella his hisearrestinghim s
earrestinghim earrestingbimBella earrestingbimBellabrought Bella Bellabrought
brought before the theColony theColony
Colony for examidd exami examidd
dd protested his innoE inno innog
g thc same story hetis he he21is
21is tis letter to the Gover Govery
y that the piratical acts actsy actsy
y the Adventure werea were werenst
a nst his will and with withnt withnt
nt Bellamont hON hONthat hoavthat
that Kidds K dd demeanor demeanoraatioll demeanorft
ft nation was unsatisfac unsatisfacDrevaricated unsatisfaa1fi
1fi prevaricated and that thatvery thatverysuspicious
very verysuspicious suspicious The Theseveral TheY
Y several witnesses as as2S asus
2S before he landed landedre
re taken also those thoses
5 crew directly in inm inm
m of piracy These Thesehome TheseA
A home to England Englandlassachusetts EnglandI
lassachusetts I at this thisould thisJ
J ould not be put to toont
1 ont ontLtherefore therefore writes writesructions writesr
r ructions and he re reto
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to send his booty bootyis boot bootis y
is iA J done Kidd Kiddff Kiddof
ff Captain Daniel Danielct
i ctive ct ve then under I th thmiral be bemiral e
miral Benbow Th ThS The TheaSUJe e
S aSUJe seized in th thV the thev e
v inventoried to toady toLady
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121 and the Active Activeis
is booty on bbard bbardin bbardin
in EnglandIr England
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In 1101 Kidd was put upon his bistrial histrial
trial for the murder or Moore one oneof
01 his own crew whom in a fit ofpassion of ofpassion
passion he had killed with abucket a abucket
bucket H was also arraigned arraignedtogether arraignedtogether
together with nine of his crew crewupon crewupon
upon a charge of piracy Kiddwas Kidd Kiddwas
was convicted upon both chargesand charges chargesand
and his nine companions upon the thecharge thecharge
charge of pira piracy y and all were sentenced sen sentenced
tenced to death Five oi the crew crewwere crewwere
were subsequently pardoned butKidd but butKidd
Kidd and t1J t other four were on onMay onMay
May 33 1701 hanged at Execution Execu Execution
tion Dock To the last Kidd pro protested protested
tested his innocence Although Althoughhe
he admitted having killed Moore Moorehe Moorehe
he alle alleged d that it was bV accidentand accident accidentand
and not premeditated The ac acCOUJAts accounts
counts of the trial 01 which there thereare thereare
are several extant show that theproceedings the theprocedings
proceedings were according tomodern to tomodern
modern ideas not fair He hadno had hadno
no counsel upon the charge of ofmurder ofmurder
murder and nd time was not allowed allowedhim allowedhim
him to produce a very material materialdocumentthe materialdocumentthe
documentthe French pass of the theQuetta theQuetta
Quetta Merchant which was de detained detained
tained by Bellamont Although Althoughits
its existence was denied b1 the thepersecution thepersecution
persecution and doubted by the theCourt theCourt
Court a facsimile orit of it is amongst amongstthe amongstthe
the Admiralty Court records It Itis Itis
is popularly supposed that the vir virates pir pirates
ates death was more terrible than thalihanfting thanhanging
hanging that he was tied to a astake astake
stake durin during the rising tide andthereleft and andthere
there thereleft lelt until the water flowed flowedover flowedover
over his head There is no evi evidence evidence
dence amongst the records of the theAdmiralty theAdmiralty
Admiralty Court that this abomin abominable abominable
able practice was ever in use in inEngland inEngland
England On the contrary thereare there thereare
are documents of the sixteenthcentury sixteenth sixteenthcentury
century showing that thatpirates pirates were werehanged werehanged
hanged and it is certain that Kidd Kiddand Kiddand
and his companions suffered that thatdeath thatdeath
death deathThe deathThe
The most curious document documentamoncst documentamongst
amongst the Admiralty Court Courtrecords Courtrecords
records is the sale catalogue of ofKldds ofKidds
Kldds treasure The catalogueitself catalogue catalogueitsel
itself itsel is printed but the names ofthe of ofthe
the buyers and the sums bid are arewritten arewritten
written in the left and right hand handmargins handmargins
margins The total sum realized realizedafter realizedafter
after deducting sale expenses andcustoms and andcustoms
customs duty wasc7390 was 7390 olwh of which ch chS8S
S8S was restored to Bradenham Bradenhamand Bradenhamand
and others 50 allowed to Kidd Kiddto Kiddto
to defray the expens of his hisdefense hisdefenseand defense defenseand
and 613 13 given to the gaoler for thekeep the thekeep
keep of the black boy and girl girlThe girlThe
The total amount of the bullion bullionsold bullionsold
sold was 1231 oz of gold and
2905 oz of silver The proceeds proceedsof
of the sale alter deducting thesums the thesums
sums mentioned above abovewas was C6742 C6742This 6742 6742This
This sum was in 1705 given by byQueen byQueen
Queen Anne to Greenwich Hospi Hospital Hospital
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JAPANESE MUSHROOM5 Mr MrRobert MrRobert
Robert P Porter who has been beenconducting beenconducting
conducting investigations into the theindustrie theindustries
industries of Japan states that one oneof oneof
of the most interesting studies in inthat inthat
that country is the growing of ofmushro ofmushrooms
mushro mushrooms ms in the Shikoku Island Islandwhere Islandwhere
where most of the camphor is pro produced ro roduced
duced This is an important arti article article
cle of export mostly to China and andduring I
during the year 1895 the last year yearfor yearfor
for which the returns are available availablethe availablethe
the quantity of mushrooms ex exporte exported
porte ported from Japan to all countries countriesamounted countriesamounted
amounted to 1780597 t780597lbs Ibs 01 the thenumerous thenumerous
numerous species of edible mushrooms mush mushrooms
rooms the one called Shutake is isthe isthe
the most important be bei g abund abundantlv abundantly
antlv exported abrnl and nrl I Iund ten tenused
und for many culinar Durposes Durposesat
at home Logs which are used for forcultivating forcultivating
cultivating this mushroom are arevarious arevarious
various species of oak The prine prinecipal principal
cipal districts where this mush mushroom mushroom
room is produced are the provine provineces provinces
ces which compose Shikoku ShikokuKiushiu
Kiushiu Wakayama and Shio Shiozuka Shiozuka
zuka prefectures Oak treestwentyfive trees treestwentyfive
twentyfive to thirtythree years yearsold yearsold
old are felled in the autumn and andincisions
incisions made with axes at inter interyals intervats
vats of 3 inches or 4 inches the in incjJjons
cjJjons cimons generally reaching the thewoody thewoody
woody layer The trees are then thencut
cut into logs 014 of 4 feet to 5 feet in inlength inlength
length and left in dark secluded secludedparts
parts of the forest After the thirdyear third thirdyear
year mushrooms make their ap appearance ape apepearance
pearance in the incised portionsWhen portions portionsWhen
When the growth rowth lessens they arc arcreplaced arereplaced
replaced by new logs The mush mushroom mushroom
room grows at each season 01 theyear the theyear
year winter spring summer and andautumn
autumn but the growth in winter winterand winterand
and spring is the result ot artificialstimulus artificial artificialstimulus
stimulus The logs are steeped in inwater inwater
water for a number of hours according ac according
cording to the dryness of locality localityand localityand
and then struck with the pommels pommebof
of axes to prepare the beds for fa facilitating facilitating
cilitating the growth of the mush mushrooms mushrooms
rooms The autumn crop is the themost themost
most abundantPRINCES abundant abundantPRINCES
PRINCES CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SHOPPINGWriting SIIOPPINGWriting
Writing of Christmas with an anEmperor anEmperor
Emperor Nagel von Brawe gives givesthis givesthis
this interesting depcription de cription in the theDecember theDecember
December Ladies Horne Journal 7oumaof Journalof
of the ceremo ceremonies les attendant upon uponthe uponthe
the great feast day in the Germanpalace German Germanpalace
palace The royal children have haveexchan haveexchanged
exchanged exchan ed gifts chosen with much muchsolicitous muchsolicitous
solicitous deliberation at a wellknown well wellknowp
known toy shop Any Anyone one hap happening happening
pening to be in the ShOD at thetime the thetime
time might have seen the Empress Empressenter Empressenter
enter with her children each pro i ivided
vided with his own purse and andcompleting andcompletinghis
completinghis completing his purchases aside so sothat sothat
that the others mi might ht be surprised surprisedThe surprisedThe
The younger three princes princes de demanded demanded
manded the advice 01 their mother motherin
in their selections The princes princesinvestigated Irinces Irincesinvestigated
investigated everything but upon uponinquiring uponinquiring
inquiring the price generally found foundit
it too dear Three marks for or this thisbookrack thisbookrack
bookrack and with a glance into intohis intohis
his purse No that is too expensive expen expensive
sive I havent over 7S pfennigs pfennigsWhat pfennigsWhat
What can you give me for that thatprice thatprice
price And the shopgfrl proceeds proceedsto
to show the princes something somethingquitenice somethin somethinquit
quitenice quit nice for the required amount amountBut amountBut
But now the brothers and sis sisters sisters
ters have exchanged thanks for fortheJr fortheir
their gilts the first impetuosity 01 01the ofthe
the Christmas rejoicings has given givenplace givenplace
place to a more tranquil examina examination examination
tion and inspection and ladies and andgentlemen andgentlemen
gentlemen of the court have made madethe madethe
the rounds in a general state ofadmiration of ofadmiration
admiration Lackeys prepare acollation a acollation
collation in the midst of the gilts giftsfor giltsfor
for which however the young youngpeople
people find no time It fares with withthem withthem
them as with all healthy children childrenin
in the excitement attendant on onChristmas
Christmas eve for they are healthy healthyand
and genuine German children childrenThe
The Christmas celebration in the theShell
Shell salon the excitement and andthe andthe
the rejoicings have produced their theirreaction theirreaction
reaction on them and at 9 oclock oclockeven oclockeven
even the cIder princes are abed
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