Grant, Capt. H. A., Leicestershire Re^. Seton-Browne, Sec. Lieut. M. W., L^cester-shire Regt.
DIED OF WOUNDS.
Blackett, Lieut. W. S. B., Leicestershire Yeomanry.
Eyre, Capt. R. G., Connaught ... at the Royal Naval Hospital, Chatham, on Saturday by Mr. C. B. Harris, county coroner. Thirty bodies had been recovered, and fourteen injured persons had been rescued, of whom two had succumbed to their injuries ... . On behalf of the jury he tendered deep sympathy with the relatives of the men in their loss.
Mr. Baker, for the Admiralty, joined in the expression of symijathy. The coroner added that sixteen of the bodies ... were unknown.
William Frederick Cooper, a leading cook’s mate on the Bulwark, said that he was invalided from the ship on Monday last, and was now a patient at the Royal Naval Hospital. He..."