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Gibraltar and Charleston. The only naval and military operations of modern times which can at all compare with those directed against Charleston were those of Sebastopol, in 1853-'4, and those of Gibraltar, in 1781-'82. The slage of Sebastopol, with all its incidents, is fresh in the recollection of the present generation. The attack on Gibraltar, although it formed the closing scene of our first Revolutionary war, has long been consigned to its shelf in history, where it sleeps among thSebastopol, with all its incidents, is fresh in the recollection of the present generation. The attack on Gibraltar, although it formed the closing scene of our first Revolutionary war, has long been consigned to its shelf in history, where it sleeps among the neglected records of the past. Yet it was one of the most memorable events of the eighteenth century, although that century witnessed the opening scenes of the great French Revolution. The grand combined attack upon Gibraltar, by the whole power of Spain and France took plate on the 13th day of September, 1781. There were no iron-clads in those days of wooden walls, but the allies had, through the ingenuity and perseverance of the Chevalier d'aroon, the most renowned engineer of his day