Διενέργεια έρευνας της Αγγλικής Κυβέρνησης για την Αποφυλάκιση του Πλοίαρχου Μιχαήλ Σάββα Κελέσιη (Καπετάν Μίχαλος), item 6

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Various Telegrams                                       76

Page number 2


5. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 12. 2. 16.

Cruiser still at sea - further details as to seizure and cargo

will be available in five or six days.


6. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 16. 2. 16.

Enquiry about "Evangelista" proceeding. I will wire result.


7. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 17. 2. 16.

"Evanelista" enquiry proceeding. Cypriote papers correct,

40 sacks soap on board - only two rifles, and one case and

packet of ammunition. Verdict rests on question of petroleum

with which sand ballast was apparently soaked. Have written

you details. If found innocent, French will pay compensation;

but facts suspicious. Crew should be questioned as to

movements between Castelorize and Cyprus.


8. From High Commissioner Cyprus to Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18. 2 .16

Papers of owner of "Evangelista" and investigations here

disclose nothing suspicious. I propose to permit salving of

the wreck, which is dangerous to navigation, and to allow crew

to be at large. Telegraph whether there is any objection from

the French Admiral.


9. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said, to High commissioner, Cyprus, 18. 2. 16.

No objection to salving or to release of crew, but see my

telegram (of 17.2.16) as to their examination.


10. From high commissioner, Cyprus, To Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18.2.16

Perhaps sand was impregnated by cargo of olive refuse which had

been shipped from Cyprus.

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Various Telegrams                                       76

Page number 2


5. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 12. 2. 16.

Cruiser still at sea - further details as to seizure and cargo

will be available in five or six days.


6. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 16. 2. 16.

Enquiry about "Evangelista" proceeding. I will wire result.


7. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 17. 2. 16.

"Evanelista" enquiry proceeding. Cypriote papers correct,

40 sacks soap on board - only two rifles, and one case and

packet of ammunition. Verdict rests on question of petroleum

with which sand ballast was apparently soaked. Have written

you details. If found innocent, French will pay compensation;

but facts suspicious. Crew should be questioned as to

movements between Castelorize and Cyprus.


8. From High Commissioner Cyprus to Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18. 2 .16

Papers of owner of "Evangelista" and investigations here

disclose nothing suspicious. I propose to permit salving of

the wreck, which is dangerous to navigation, and to allow crew

to be at large. Telegraph whether there is any objection from

the French Admiral.


9. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said, to High commissioner, Cyprus, 18. 2. 16.

No objection to salving or to release of crew, but see my

telegram (of 17.2.16) as to their examination.


10. From high commissioner, Cyprus, To Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18.2.16

Perhaps sand was impregnated by cargo of olive refuse which had

been shipped from Cyprus.


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  • October 28, 2018 17:44:10 Sarika Jain

    Various Telegrams                                       76

    Page number 2


    5. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 12. 2. 16.

    Cruiser still at sea - further details as to seizure and cargo

    will be available in five or six days.


    6. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 16. 2. 16.

    Enquiry about "Evangelista" proceeding. I will wire result.


    7. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 17. 2. 16.

    "Evanelista" enquiry proceeding. Cypriote papers correct,

    40 sacks soap on board - only two rifles, and one case and

    packet of ammunition. Verdict rests on question of petroleum

    with which sand ballast was apparently soaked. Have written

    you details. If found innocent, French will pay compensation;

    but facts suspicious. Crew should be questioned as to

    movements between Castelorize and Cyprus.


    8. From High Commissioner Cyprus to Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18. 2 .16

    Papers of owner of "Evangelista" and investigations here

    disclose nothing suspicious. I propose to permit salving of

    the wreck, which is dangerous to navigation, and to allow crew

    to be at large. Telegraph whether there is any objection from

    the French Admiral.


    9. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said, to High commissioner, Cyprus, 18. 2. 16.

    No objection to salving or to release of crew, but see my

    telegram (of 17.2.16) as to their examination.


    10. From high commissioner, Cyprus, To Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18.2.16

    Perhaps sand was impregnated by cargo of olive refuse which had

    been shipped from Cyprus.

  • October 28, 2018 17:42:38 Sarika Jain

    Various Telegrams                                       76

    Page number 2


    5. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 12. 2. 16.

    Cruiser still at sea - further details as to seizure and cargo

    will be available in five or si days.


    6. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 16. 2. 16.

    Enquiry about "Evangelista" proceeding. I will wire result.


    7. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 17. 2. 16.

    "Evanelista" enquiry proceeding. Cypriote papers correct,

    40 sacks soap on board - only two rifles, and one case and

    packet of ammunition. Verdict rests on question of petroleum

    with which sand ballast was apparently soaked. Have written

    you details. If found innocent, French will pay compensation;

    but facts suspicious. Crew should be questioned as to

    movements between Castelorize and Cyprus.


    8. From High Commissioner Cyprus to Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18. 2 .16

    Papers of owner of "Evangelista" and investigations here

    disclose nothing suspicious. I propose to permit salving of

    the wreck, which is dangerous to navigation, and to allow crew

    to be at large. Telegraph whether there is any objection from

    the French Admiral.


    9. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said, to High commissioner, Cyprus, 18. 2. 16.

    No objection to salving or to release of crew, but see my

    telegram (of 17.2.16) as to their examination.


    10. From high commissioner, Cyprus, To Lt. Woolley, Port Said, 18.2.16

    Perhaps sand was impregnated by cargo of olive refuse which had

    been shipped from Cyprus.


  • October 28, 2018 17:37:26 Sarika Jain

    Various Telegrams                                       76

    Page number 2


    5. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 12. 2. 16.

    Cruiser still at sea - further details as to seizure and cargo

    will be available in five or si days.


    6. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 16. 2. 16.

    Enquiry about "Evangelista" proceeding. I will wire result.


    7. From Lt. Woolley, Port Said to High commissioner, Cyprus, 17. 2. 16.


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