"Many veteran channel-commuters simply refused to believe it," noted one account.
The accounts noted that "overall qualification revenue is up 13.6 per cent".
In the same year the accounts noted a gift of a horse ambulance.
This account by Lucian notes something about the popular classical expectation of how a ghost should look.
The official account noted a "great plenty" but one journal keeper said it was enough only to feed all the crew for a single day.
Recent accounts of the attack frequently note that it took place on Good Friday.
Other accounts noted the cause as pneumonia, typhus or murder.
The accounts noted that the party "won little support in the constituencies and decided not to continue".
Some accounts note that each male soldier had a mino counterpart.
Indian accounts also noted the bravery of soldiers who fought to the death.