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Among those men who havo per
formed tho most gallant and self de
voted deeds In tho most Blmplo and
natural wa wo should especially reck
on Captains In tho Navy With them
it Is an undcrsood rulo, that, happen
what may, tho commanding officer Is
to bo the last to secure his own life
the last to lcac tho ship In extrem
ity. Many and many n bravo llfo
has thus been given. Tho Newfound
land coast is a peculiarly dangerous
one, from tho densa fogs that hang
over the water, caused by tho warm
waters of tho Gulf Stream, which,
rushing up from tho Equator, hero
como In contact with tho cold cur
rents from the Pole, and send up such
heavy vapor that day can sometimes
senrccly bo discerned from night, and
clung to the rope Alas' tho double
weight was more than tho much tried
ropo could bear. It broke half wn,
and tho poor woman and tho sallot
were both swallowed In tho eddy Cap
tain llakcr and thrco seamen remain
ed, utterly cut off from hopo or help
Tho men In bcBt condition hurried ort
In search of help, but long cro their
arrival the waters had flowed above
tho head ot the brnve and faithful
Captnln. A tablet In tho dockyard
chapel at Portsmouth commemorates
tho heroism ot Captain Charles Baker
Prom tho cold fogs of Newfoundland
let us turn to ono of the most beauti
ful of all the tracts of old ocean, that
of tho Carrlbean Sea, whero the In
tense blue of the tropical sky Is re
flected In a sea of still deeper blue,
even nt little moro than arm's length sparkling and dimpling under tho full
objects cannot be distinguished, whlto
from without tho mist looks llko n
thick sheer prcclplco of snow.
Schooner Drake Struck.
In such a fearful fog on tho morning
of tho 20th of June, 1822, the small
power of the sunbeams, and broken
by tho wooded islands, forming tho
most exquisite summer scenery In thn
' Treacherous Tropical Sea
Hut theso most beautiful of sens arii
schooner Drake struck suddenly upon also tho most treacherous This Is thi
a rock, and almost immediately fell cspeclnl home of tho hurricane, and ot
over on her Bide, tho waves breaking tho brief, furious squalls that rlso nl
oer her. Her commander. Captain most without warning, except from
Baker, ordered her masts to be cut the slight Indications In the sky, which
away, In hopes of lightening her so only an experienced cyo can detect;
that she might right herself, but In and from the sudden sinking of tha
vain. Ono boat was washed away, an mercury In tho barometer; but this
other upset as soon ns sho was often does not tako placo till so Imme-
launched, and thcro only remained tho dlatcly before tho storm that there Is
small boat called tho Captain's gig,
Tho ship was fast breaking up, nnd
tho only hope was that the crew might
reach a small rock, the point of which
could bo seen abovo the waves at n
barely a minute In which to prepare
n ousel for an encounter with thli
most terrific of her enemies.
In these Beas. In tho August ot 1821
tho little schooner Magpie was cruls
distance that tho fog mado It difficult ing under the command of a young
to calculate, but it was hoped might Lieutenant named Edward Smith. In
not bo too great. A man named Lcn search of a piratical ossol which
nard seized a ropo and sprang Into had for somo tlmo been tho terror ol
tho sea, but tho current was too strong tho western shoes of tho Inland of
for him; ho was carried away In an Cuba Tho 26th had been a remark-
opposite direction, and was obliged to ably sultry day. and toward evening
bo dragged on board again. Then tho the Mngplo lay becalmed off tho Colo
boatswain, whoso namo was Turner, rades rocks, when, at about 8 o'clock,
volunteered to mako tho attempt In n slight breeze sprung up from tho
tho gig, taking a ropo fastened around west, nnd tho sails were spread, but
his body. Tho crow cheered him after In less than an hour tho wind shifted
tho gallant fashion of British seamen, to tho southward, nnd n Binall, darK,
though thoy woro all hanging on by lurid npor was seen under tho moon
tho ropes to tho ship, with tho sea This was the well known signal of
breaking over them and threatening coming peril, nnd Instnntly Mr Smith
every moment to dnsh tho vessel to waB summoned on deck, the sails furl
pieces. Anxiously they watched Tup nnd the vessel mado as ready hb mi
men steady, as, holding by the stern,
ho cheered tho balers and exhortrd tho
rest to patlenco till the boat could Bnfe
ly hold them Hut the monsters closed
on their pre) , shriek after shriek and
reddennlng water showed when one
nrter another wns torn from tho boat
and nt last but six remained, when, ni
the Lleutrnnnt looked Into the boat
for a second he ceased splashing, and
nt that moment one leg wns bitten off
Held His Nerve.
Still In order not to startle his men,
ho endured the anguish without a cry
or moan and they were not nwnre of
what had happened till tho other llmh
was seized by tho ravenous teeth,
when, with a groan ho could not re
press, his hands quitted their hold.
Two of tho men were In tlmo to grasp
htm and lift him into tho boat, and
there, mangled and convulsed with
agony as ho lay, he still turned his
wholo mind to tho Bafety of his crow.
Calling to him n lad named Wilson,
whom, as tho youngest, and, there
fore, the most sheltered from danger,
he thought the most likely to aim ho,
ho desired to tell tho Admiral that ha
was going to Capo Ontario In search
of tho plrato when tho disaster occur
red "Tell him," he added, 'that my
men hne dune their duty, and that
no blame Is attached to them I hnve
but ono faor to ask, and that Is that
ho will promote Mctdrum to be a gun
Ho then shook each man by tho
hand and bado him farewell, 'with a
cheering word for nil as long ns ho
could speak, but, as the long da ol
burning sun, without food or water,
passed by, his strength failed, and ha
had lost tho power of Bpecch, .when
nt sunset, on another nlarm of tho
sharks, a startled movement ot tho
men caused the boat to be again up
set, and his sufferings were ended in
the waos Tlio only ofllccr now left
wns a oung mate nnmed Maclean,
who, with tho spirit of his Lieutenant,
ngaln persuaded the men to right thn
boat, which was now ablo to hold
them all, for only four were left, him
self, the gunner's mntc, Mcldrum, tho
boy Wilson, and ono more. Twenty
hours ot struggling In tho wntcr, with
latterly, tho sun broiling their heads,
nnd not n morsel of food nor n drop ot
drink, had, howccr, nearly worn them
out, tho oars wero lost, nnd though
the npproach of night rendered thn
nlr cooler Jot tho darkness wns unwcl
coined, as It took away all chances ot
being seen nnd picked up by some pas
sing cssel At nbout 3 o'clock at nlghl
poor oung Wilson and the other man
ifiKf iiiiiir siinsKH irnm mi uminr nirg
ner In his boat as ho mado his way to man skill could mako her for her J tlioy had oergono nnd both Jumped
within n few feet of tho rock. There deadly encounter. Tho cloud wns rap-!.-. oarl nnl ..,..
it was lifted higher and higher by a Idly Increasing, and Tor a few seconds
huge wavo. then hurled down on tho there was n perfect stlllneBs, till upon ,,, "y ',, mI.. I'ii.... i
rock ond shattered to pieces, but tho this came a rushing, roaring sound. "" ""j, ,,, ";S? BfS'L,?
bravo boatswain was safe and con distant at first, but. In the space of n ft'e" ""I, ' " 'ft.Z.nl mi
.,l,l . ko.,., m. l.l,l f .h ,n ,! lironlli. nearer nnd nearer, wlillo thn , ".? continued to bile out the water till
to scramblo upon tho Btone sea. still bb a inko cisewiicrc. was no
Gallant Sailor's Struggle.
foro tlio black wall that moved head-
Another great wave, almost' lmme- j "K " l""'10'1 " n? wIllt, sl,;a '
dlatcly after heaved up the remains
of tho ship and dashed her down closo
to this rock ot safety, and Captain
Baker, giving up tho hope of saving
her, commanded tho crew to leave tho
wreck and mako their way to It. Fot
tho first tlmo ho met with dlsobcdl
foam, flying up like flakes of snow It
tho boat was so ncnrl) dry that thtv
could lie down In her, and so Bpent
were they that deep sleep canio to
them both, nor did they wako till tlio
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was "upon them! Tho Lieutenant's , f.un ? Blaring upon them far nbovc.
voice was heard calling to tut away hr n What awakening' AIcu
.i, .,,., i,t .,., .!, n, ui,i In a frail boat, their companions gone.
wns on her side, and In a few seconds wnUT nlJ "round, and swarming with
moro sho wns gone from beneath the t " "J"-' """ " """' " "
crew A gunner's mate, named Mold "bend. nl themselves now thlrt) -!x
7 : ... .i.. 11.-1.1 hourit uthmit fiini!. nml tmrrhml with
With ono voice they refused to, ". ? .or one moron , , oy euo Bitho ... ,,, lr, 1" ,"r
leavo tho wreck unless they saw Wm """ . """": "'." "X: resolution not to attempt to slnko wl.T,
Calmly ho re- " "'"" "J, " EX salt water, well knowing that tho mo.
eddy mado by tho sinking ship, found mentary relief would bo followed by
something floating, and, grasping at It. Sr80 """"'"B; PhP ' frenry.
obtained first ono oar and thin nn-TbcY ,1' oven speak to ono
,i.. ti. .,, i,,i .i u 1 another, but Bat, ono In tho bow. ono
If they wero going nshoro In harbor. """ '"" uX"l unon fs way nnd tno 8tc". '" sllcnt Patience, waiting
But thoy wero so benumbed with cold ,TK' "n" rusneu upon us wny, ami death.
Ih.t mnnv ro .m.htn tn rllml. Ihn tho SCO WB8 OS Still OPd COllIl OS If ItS ,0i "ln , , ....
iiuiiib iupru ana in mm manner,
but toward 8 In tho morning a whlto
beforo them In safety,
nowed his orders, saying that his Ufa
was tho last and least consideration,
and they wcru obliged to obey, lea
Ing tha ship In as orderly a manner as
l. .Ml U.M..J nvv ....mu.v tu ......u ..... ., ..,, i,, ,., !., ,lpnn.
rock, and wero. swept oft by tho,'-" -'""- --;- .
waves, among thorn tho Lieutenant. "- "," ."
r..ni' i.i,, i. u .i,i M'somc sign of his shipmates, and pros
crow, and It wns then discovered that , ""? ioMa rent ruller- huaT,x Vlc0
they wero at no great distance from aklK 'f, anJ ! "B nr , u a8
tho land, but that tho tldo was rising. I1"1' ,f, Mf Bmlth. who. with six more,
nnd that tho rock on which they stood ns dinging to a boat which had float
would assuredly bo covered nt high ed cleat of tho ship So many rushed
water, and tho heavy mist nnd lonely to ll,r ln 1tlie,lr flr8t " l mt 18l,0,1nt
coast gave scarcely a hopo that help nco. capsized, nml though all the
would como ere tho slowly rising wa 8hP8 "nip.ui twontv four In wira
ters must devour them ". llT tInKrf t0 h,er- 8?,no wpro
Rllll 11,-rn m. nn murmur. nnrt iciira ncnisH no Heel """"
was no murmur,
ngaln tho gallant boitswaln, who still
held tho rope, volunteered to make an
effort to savo his comrades With a
fow words of earnest prncr ho sccur
ed tho rope around bis waist, strug
gled hard with tho waves and reached
tho shore, whence ho sent back the
thus, of course, utterly useless except
as a float
Sailors Show Obedience.
Mr Smith ordered Ihcin all to quit
their position and allow her to bo
righted They oboycil, nnd he then
placed two In her to bale out the wa
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nows or his safety by a loud cheer to ter with their hats, directing the nth
his comrades lers to support themselves liy hanging
From Rock to Shore. round tho gunwales till the boat could
Thero wns now a lino of ropo be- be lightened enough to ndmlt them
tween the slioro and tho rock, Just Just as the baling had commenced ono
long enough to reach from ono to thu of the men cried out that ho saw tho
other when held by a man at each fin of a shark, nnd the horror of bo-
end. Tho only hopo of safety lay in coming a prey in mu muusiur niuun
working a despcrato passago along , tho men forget eerthlng, they strug
this ropo to the land. Tho spray was gled to get Into tho boat and upset It
already beating over those who were again. Again, howover. tho I.lcuten
crouched on tho rock, but not a man.nnis nrmness prutuuuu, mu w u
moved till called by name by Captain righted, nnd he bado tho men splash
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Baker, and then It Is recorded that nd
ono so summoned stirred till lie had
used lib) best entreaties to tho Cap
tain to tako his place, but tho Captain
had but ono reply: "I will novel
leave the rock until every soul Is safe
I'orty-four stout sailors had made
their perilous way to shore. Tho for
ty-flfth looked around and saw a poor
woman lying helpless, almost llfoless
on tho rock unable to move. Ho took
her in ono arm and
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tho water with their legs by wny ol
frightening away tho enemy All went
on well, and nt length tho boat waa
able to hold four men morning had
como. and hopo with It. when, nt
obout 10 o'clock, tho cry, "A Bhark' a
Bhark'" was renewed, and nt least flf
teen of the bo crenturcs wero among
them Onto more, In the panic tho
boat was ovciturned, but after tho
first moment thu calm, unflinching
with tho other, voice of Edward Smith recnllcil tno
men to their resolution; the nont wai
righted tho two men roplated, and the
others still hung outBldo, whero tho
shnrkB at (list In n playful mood, came
rubbing against tho men, nnd oven
passing over tho boat At last a cry
of agony rnmo from ono of thn men
whoso leg had been bpIzciI by a shark,
and blood onco tasted there was llttlu
moro hopo, yet still Smith kept his
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speck wns seen In tho distance, nnd
both opened their parched lips to
shout "A salt' A sail!" They shook
hands with tears of Joy nnd hope, nnd
strained their ees as the vessel enmo
nearer and tho dark hull could bo seen
above tho horizon. Nearer, neaier
scarcely half a mllo from them wns
tho vessel, when nlas' she nltercd her
course, sho was sailing away They
shouted their loudest, and vvuved their
Jackets, but In vnln the were unseen
nnd wero being left to perish'
The guuncrs mate now rose up Ho
was the elder and tho stronger man
nnd ho (juicily announced his inten
tion or swimming to thu vessel Ir
was a lung, fenrfull) long dlstnnco for
a man faBtlng for so many hours; nnd
moro terrlblo still than drowning wns
tho other danger thnt was hidden un
der tho golden ripples of thoso blue
waters. lint to remain was certain
death to both, and this attempt gava
tho ono last hope. The bravo man
gave his last WIbIiob In chnrgo to his
officer, mado thu one entreaty, tint If
Maclean saw a shark In pursuit, ne
would not let him know, shook hnnd,
nnd, with a bilcf prayer for tho pro
tcctlcm of tho Almighty, sprang over
Maclean wns strongly tempted to
swim with this last companion, but
conquered the Impulse ns only lcailliu
to n needless peril, eiecred, and vvnv
ed his Jacket. Onco ho thought no saw
tho fin of a shark, and mado n splash
ing. In hopcu of nenrlng It from tha
pursuit, then watched tho swimmer
with earnest hopo Meldrum swam,
straining every nervu, splashing as ho
went to keep away tho sharks, una
shouting, but no ono nppearcd on deck
and when ho had accomplished nlicut
two thirds or tho wny, his strength fall
ed him, nnd hu was nbout to resign
himself to float motionless, nn ensy
piey to tho sharks when a head was
seen In tho vessel Ho raised Ills
arms, Jumped himself up In tho wntcr,
mid was seen' Thu brig was hove o
n boat was put out, and ho was taken
into It, still ablo to speak and point
tho way to his companion.
Tho brig was American, and at
first tho history of tho last day mid
night was thought so Incredible1, uud
tho destitute pulr wero takon for es
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set on shore at Havana, nnd thence
conveyed to I 'ort Rnjal by tho first
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At tho couit martial held by Sir
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out. Mohlrum could not bo provniUu
on to tell his own stor), but when his
jouug ofllccr had related It both burst
Into tears, and embraced befoix the
court Not nu officer present but was
deeply affected, and Meldrum was, of
course nt oncu promoted nccorillng in
tho dying request of Lieutenant Smith
Ho died In tho year 1818, but the name
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