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“Preparatory to landing, the troops were collected in Tenedos on the Island of Lemnos, and were kept waiting, some for a week, some for a fortnight prior to landing -- New Zealanders, the 29th Division, the East Anglian 'Division, the East Lancashire Division and the Royal Naval Division.”
“The name Tenedos is derived from Tenes, one of the heroes of the Trojan War.”
“Instead, they had only taken their ships to the other side of the island called Tenedos, and there they were lurking, out of site, but still not far away.”
“The "Tenedos" came not so luckily out of the adventure.”
“The port of Boston was blockaded by two British frigates, the "Tenedos" thirty-eight, and the "Shannon" thirty-eight.”
“Ten days later, the frigate "Tenedos," which had done such good service on the blockade, suffered the loss of her tender, which was gallantly carried away by the crew of a Yankee gunboat.”
“In his deposition Decatur says "the 'Tenedos' did not fire at the time of such surrender.”
“The "Tenedos" being sighted soon after daybreak, Hayes detached the "Pomone" to ascertain what ship it was; a step which for the time threw the "Pomone," as well as the "Tenedos," out of the running.”
“At 5 A.M. three of the British squadron were seen ahead on the new course; the fourth, the "Tenedos," being then out of sight to the southward, either detached for a wider sweep of watchfulness, or separated by the gale.”
“Herman Melville, who had once rounded the Horn on the 'Tenedos', one of the scuttled ships, was moved to write a poem about the incident.”
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