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

[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

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

Albemarle, island, Ecuador: see Galápagos Islands.
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