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  • The Battle of Hampton Roads  (1862)  Anonymous 6395The Battle of Hampton RoadsAnonymous1862 'Twas in James River, not long ago, When the
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  • United States. Mr. H. H. Rumble, of Norfolk, Va., for appellee Norfolk-Hampton Roads Co. Mr. Justice BUTLER delivered the opinion of the Court.
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  • Schley's flagship, the Brooklyn, and sails with the Flying Squadron from Hampton Roads to Key West, thence to Cienfuegos, and at last succeeds in "bottling
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  • within Virginia, as follows, to wit: 'First. The steamer Hampton Roads, between Fort Monroe and Hampton and Norfolk. 'Second. The steamer Mobjack, between points
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  • the orders which the master would receive at Hampton Roads. She was on her voyage from Rio to Hampton Roads and off Cape Henry when she was captured (July
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  • regularly bound to Boston, but, being captured soon after she left Hampton Roads, by a British privateer, was sent to Jamaica, where she sold the cargo
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  • stands on the right bank of the Elizabeth River, about eight miles from Hampton Roads.  It is built irregularly on low ground, but has a large, deep harbor
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  • battle a wonderful sea view of the great battleships lying at anchor in Hampton Roads, the haven of the pioneers, where scores of mighty warships stand a
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  • of James River, about 35 miles above where this river broadens into Hampton Roads and empties into Chesapeake Bay.  As early as 1526 some Spaniards tried
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  • Fortress Monroe, a fort built on Old Point Comfort, Virginia, to defend Hampton Roads and the approach to Norfolk. It has within it detached buildings for
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  • Schnitker, Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, Washington, D. C., on brief, for intervenor Hampton Roads Energy Co. Before HALL, PHILLIPS and SPROUSE, Circuit Judges.
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  • In this connection, to perpetuate true history, I would state that Hampton Roads, so intimately associated with these historic events, was again made
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  • Company, a Virginia corporation, owned a tract of about 294 acres at Hampton Roads, Va. It platted the 'Prize Lot Reserve' (hereinafter called the 'Reserve')
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  • 479 Second Session: Messages 482 Message of President Lincoln on the Hampton Roads Conference, Including Correspondence 521 Veto Messages 553 Proclamations
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  • of entry, and county-seat of Warwick co., Va.; on the James river, Hampton Roads, and the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad; 14 miles N. of Norfolk. Newport
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  • military celebration in the vicinity of Jamestown, on the waters of Hampton Roads, in the State of Virginia, to provide for a suitable and permanent commemoration
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  • Hammond, William Alexander Hampden, John Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute Hampton Roads Hampton, Wade Hancock, John Hancock, Winfield Scott
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  • resigned after he was wounded in the action with the Federal squadron in Hampton Roads. The Confederate States were never able to form a sea-going squadron
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  • on James River, Hampton Roads, southeastern Virginia. It is the capital of Warwick County, is connected by electric railway with Hampton and Old Point Comfort
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  • Longfellow 9777The CumberlandHenry Wadsworth Longfellow At anchor in Hampton Roads we lay, On board of the cumberland, sloop-of-war; And at times from
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