Διενέργεια έρευνας της Αγγλικής Κυβέρνησης για την Αποφυλάκιση του Πλοίαρχου Μιχαήλ Σάββα Κελέσιη (Καπετάν Μίχαλος), item 4

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at Rhodes I bought 30 sacks of soap, and I gave

orders to load them for Cyrus. I do not know if

Michael received my telegram and letter. As I could

do no work at Samos, I took ship to Pyraeus, and from

there to Alexandria, and from Alexandria to Cyrus.

I did not go to Pyraeus and Alexandria for work. It

was my route for Cyrus. I came with Pandeli

Anastasiades from Samos to Cyrus. When I was at

Rhodes I received two letters from Sava Heralambo.

Unfortunately I have not got these letters now.

I do not know what has happened to them. In the

first letter Sava wrote saying that he hoped we

arrived safely, and that I was able to dispose of

the cargo. I received this letter a few days after

our arrival at Rhodes. Before receiving  Sava's

letter I wrote to him, reporting our safe arrival

and sale of the cargo. The letter you now show me

(marked A. J. W. I) is the one I wrote. about twenty

days after our arrival at Rhodes I received a second

letter from Sava in answer to my letter (marked A. J. W.

I). I have not got this letter. In the second he

wrote to me to buy lamp glasses and tumblers as the

price of these articles was high in Cyprus. He also

warned me to be careful that the oil I was going to

buy should be of good quality. I wrote a second

letter to Sava, and this is the one you now show me

(marked A. J. W. II). Although I have not got the

letters Sava sent me, I happen to have one of the

envelopes which I now produce (marked A. J. W. IV).

                                                                                I left

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at Rhodes I bought 30 sacks of soap, and I gave

orders to load them for Cyrus. I do not know if

Michael received my telegram and letter. As I could

do no work at Samos, I took ship to Pyraeus, and from

there to Alexandria, and from Alexandria to Cyrus.

I did not go to Pyraeus and Alexandria for work. It

was my route for Cyrus. I came with Pandeli

Anastasiades from Samos to Cyrus. When I was at

Rhodes I received two letters from Sava Heralambo.

Unfortunately I have not got these letters now.

I do not know what has happened to them. In the

first letter Sava wrote saying that he hoped we

arrived safely, and that I was able to dispose of

the cargo. I received this letter a few days after

our arrival at Rhodes. Before receiving  Sava's

letter I wrote to him, reporting our safe arrival

and sale of the cargo. The letter you now show me

(marked A. J. W. I) is the one I wrote. about twenty

days after our arrival at Rhodes I received a second

letter from Sava in answer to my letter (marked A. J. W.

I). I have not got this letter. In the second he

wrote to me to buy lamp glasses and tumblers as the

price of these articles was high in Cyprus. He also

warned me to be careful that the oil I was going to

buy should be of good quality. I wrote a second

letter to Sava, and this is the one you now show me

(marked A. J. W. II). Although I have not got the

letters Sava sent me, I happen to have one of the

envelopes which I now produce (marked A. J. W. IV).

                                                                                I left


Transcription history
  • October 28, 2018 12:39:13 Sarika Jain

    at Rhodes I bought 30 sacks of soap, and I gave

    orders to load them for Cyrus. I do not know if

    Michael received my telegram and letter. As I could

    do no work at Samos, I took ship to Pyraeus, and from

    there to Alexandria, and from Alexandria to Cyrus.

    I did not go to Pyraeus and Alexandria for work. It

    was my route for Cyrus. I came with Pandeli

    Anastasiades from Samos to Cyrus. When I was at

    Rhodes I received two letters from Sava Heralambo.

    Unfortunately I have not got these letters now.

    I do not know what has happened to them. In the

    first letter Sava wrote saying that he hoped we

    arrived safely, and that I was able to dispose of

    the cargo. I received this letter a few days after

    our arrival at Rhodes. Before receiving  Sava's

    letter I wrote to him, reporting our safe arrival

    and sale of the cargo. The letter you now show me

    (marked A. J. W. I) is the one I wrote. about twenty

    days after our arrival at Rhodes I received a second

    letter from Sava in answer to my letter (marked A. J. W.

    I). I have not got this letter. In the second he

    wrote to me to buy lamp glasses and tumblers as the

    price of these articles was high in Cyprus. He also

    warned me to be careful that the oil I was going to

    buy should be of good quality. I wrote a second

    letter to Sava, and this is the one you now show me

    (marked A. J. W. II). Although I have not got the

    letters Sava sent me, I happen to have one of the

    envelopes which I now produce (marked A. J. W. IV).

                                                                                    I left

  • October 28, 2018 12:37:41 Sarika Jain

    at Rhodes I bought 30 sacks of soap, and I gave

    orders to load them for Cyrus. I do not know if

    Michael received my telegram and letter. As I could

    do no work at Samos, I took ship to Pyraeus, and from

    there to Alexandria, and from Alexandria to Cyrus.

    I did not go to Pyraeus and Alexandria for work. It

    was my routefor Cyrus. I came with Pandeli

    Anastasiades from Samosto Cyrus. When I was at

    Rhodes I received two letters from Sava Heralambo.

    Unfortunately I have not got these letters now.

    I do not know what has happened to them. In the

    first letter Sava wrote saying that he hoped we

    arrived safely, and that I was able to dispose of

    the cargo. I received this letter a few days after

    our arrival at Rhodes. Before receiving  Sava's

    letter I wrote to him, reporting our safe arrival

    and sale of the cargo. The letter you now show me

    (marked A. J. W. I) is the one I wrote. about twenty

    days after our arrival at Rhodes I received a second

    letter from Sava in answer to my letter (marked A. J. W.

    I). I have not got this letter. In the second he

    wrote to me to buy lamp glasses and tumblers as the

    price of these articles was high in Cyprus. He also

    warned me to be careful that the oil I was going to

    buy should be of good quality. I wrote a second

    letter to Sava, and this is the one you now show me

    (marked A. J. W. II). Although I have not got the

    letters Sava sent me, I happen to have one of the

    envelopes which I now produce (marked A. J. W. IV).

                                                                                    I left


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    Κερύνεια / Κύπρος (Keryneia / Cyprus

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