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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 17: Sherman's March through the Carolinas.--the capture of Fort Fisher. (search)
lads, off Plymouth, 471. destruction of the Albemarle, 472. Port of Wilmington to be opened, 473.ressed it heavily for a day or two, when the Albemarle ran by Fort Warren, and fell upon the unarmosed, he began its siege. The Captain of the Albemarle, elated by his exploits at Plymouth, felt coouth. They did so, and on the 5th May. the Albemarle came bearing down upon the squadron with theused her to surrender and keep quiet. The Albemarle was heavily armed with Brooks and Whitworth h destructive effect, at the moment that the Albemarle sent a 100-pound Brooks bolt through one of he smoke and vapor passed away, the crippled Albemarle was seen moving off in the direction of Plymcepting Roanoke Island and New Berne. The Albemarle was a bugbear to the blockading vessels; and of a severe fire of musketry, to attack the Albemarle. He drove his launch far into the barricade nt one of these to ascertain the fate of the Albemarle, and learned, with joy, that she was a hopel[4 more...]
batteries at, 1.486. Adams, Charles Francis, proposition to amend the Constitution offered by, 1.234. Alabama, secession movements in, 1.59; secession convention in, 1.172; march of Gen. Mitchel into, 2.266; military operations to the fall of Mobile, 3.506-3.514; Gen. Wilson's march through, 3.514. Alabama, Confederate cruiser, escape of from a British port, 2.569; details of her conflict with and destruction by the Kearsarge, 3.435. Albany, Democratic convention at, 1.207. Albemarle, ram, at the siege of Plymouth, 3.470; fight of with the Sassacus, 3.471; destruction of by Lieut. Cushing, 3.472. Albemarle Sound, naval operations in, 2.176; Gen. Reno's expedition on, 2.314. Alexandria, occupation of by Union troops, 1.482. Alexandria, La., occupation of by National troops, 3.254; abandonment of by Gen. Banks's forces, 3.268. Allatoona Pass, battle of, 3.397. Allegheny Summit, battle at, 2.103. Ambulances, Philadelphia firemen's, 1. 579. Amelia Cour