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The ironclad ram Virginia-Confederate States Navy, [from the Richmond, Va., News-leader, April 1, 1904.] And her memorable engagements of March 8 and 9, 1862. Story of her launching and Accomplishments. By Wm. R. Cline, One of Her Crew. Newport News, Va., April 1, 1904. The great celebration which Virginians ar
er lived than the men who manned the Cumberland.
After sinking the Cumberland we were reinforced by the steamers Patrick Henry, Jamestown and Teaser, of the James river fleet, which rendered good service.
We engaged the Congress and had considerable difficulty in getting in proper position, being under heavy fire from the shor running away from her again and again.
Believed they were traitors.
On May 10th, two days after the evacuation of Norfolk, we tried to get the Virginia up James river.
We lightened her all we could, until her shield was out of the water and she was in no condition to fight.
Before this, however, all hands were called to qua