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CASE OF THE BARALONG.

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I LORD MONTAGUESII ? TRIALS.…

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I LORD MONTAGUES II ? TRIALS. STORY OF A WONDERFUL EBUAPE, I i T¡m" War Telegram, per Pr&r-s I I I- .A&sou&tiion? ?p.yn?m. l'^s iftnday. Lc?.d 'Mort?jc of Beai?ieu, who b<bd a. vOn?.?riul escape from the torpedoed 1'. and 0. liner Pcj?i?; has reached p?ns, Mtd is staying wth h3s cld friend, Lord iJertie, at thi British EmbaBpy. Re :?s ?Ui suffering a ?,c?d deal from ia?k of sleep and pa?'? n'om wounds. He b progressing favciL7- a.b?y. and, if well enough, he will leave for London to-morrow. ^jealving of his experiences while drift- j ing tibout the Medit-arraaean he said During my last Twenty-fouj- hours In the sea, I thought, as u reaenmaDif. man, that it. was aJi over. A)., the end of the second day I was resigned to my fato. but determined to tight, to the end. Curiously enough, 1 suf- fered very littJe from hunger, but a great deal from thirst. The coid at night. in-teaae, though probably the temperature did not descend to freezing point. Being wet all tho tLmo was a source of incredible discomfort. When the Persia sank and I was suckt-d under I was knocked against the ship and bits of wreckage, and when I c-anitf to the surfaoe J was badly braised through colliding with all kinds of debris. It was -1 ,>- Heart-breaking to see I two ships go by fairly dose arid both ignore us. J mink it was extremely courageous of Captain Allen, of the Ningaiow, to pick us u.p, because he was taking great risk in slopping to do :0, This last New Year 's EK*e was the dreariest I ever spent, but it closed with the happiest experience of my life—my tJ II miracu l ous rescue. I realiy owe my life to the fact that T wearing an inflatable waist-ooat, for 1 kept slipping off wreckage to which I' was ciinging and then it was only the waistcoat j that kept me afloat." Lord Monta.gue retains among 8Ouvenir of his amazing adventure a water-stained paissport and a five pound note which were in the pocket-book all tire time he was iu the water.

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