Albemarle

[1776] Albemarle was a convict ship dispatched in 1791 from England to Australia. She was built in 1776 in France. She was captured by {HMS|Albion|1763|6} while acting as a transport for the French Army in 1779 and was condemned in the Prize Court at Barbados. Purchased by Calvert & Co. and renamed Albemarle, she served in the East India Co...
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Albemarle

(from the article `Cushing, William Barker`) Cushing performed numerous feats throughout the war, the most spectacular being the destruction of the Confederate ironclad Albemarle in the Roanoke ...
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Albemarle

Albemarle, island, Ecuador: see Galápagos Islands.
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Albemarle

Albemarle, city (1990 pop. 14,939), seat of Stanly co., central N.C., in the Piedmont region; inc. 1857. A marketing center in an agricultural area of cotton, grain, poultry, soybeans, and livestock, Albemarle also produces apparel, mobile homes, electrical equipment, textiles, building materials, a...
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Albemarle

The Armstrong Whitworth AW 41 Albemarle was a British twin-engined paratroop carrier and glider-tug aeroplane of the Second World War. They were used in the invasion of Sicily in 1943, the invasion of France in 1944 and the operations at Arnhem in 1944. It was also produced in a special transport model which was used for carrying mail and equipment...
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