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REIGNING DUKE
FORT CUMBERLAND
PRINCE ERNEST AUGUSTUS
CUMBERLAND RIVERS
CUMBERLAND VALLEY
CUMBERLAND PLATEAU
CUMBERLAND GAP
OPENING
GENERAL
CENTURY
CAPTAIN
ARMIES
SHIPS
WASHINGTON
APRIL
VIRGINIA
BROTHER
HUSBAND
CONGRESS
TROOPS
HOUSE
NOVA SCOTIA
WAR
SINKING
MEMBER
GRANT
LOCALITIES
FORCES
SHERMAN
COUNTY BOROUGHS
EARL
GLOUCESTER
SHALLOW WATER
NOVEMBER 26
OCTOBER
LOW SPEED
HISTORIC COUNTY
RHODE ISLAND
WHITEHAVEN
CITY
PART
ISLAND
CUMBERLAND RIVER
RIVER
NORTHUMBERLAND
NORTH
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Cumberland was incorporated into Cumbria in 1974 Cumbria (IPA:), is a shire county in the extreme North West of England. (Web site)
  2. Cumberland is currently part of the 2nd Frigate Squadron based at Devonport Dockyard.
  3. Cumberland is dedicated to providing innovative products which improve quality of care for patients. (Web site)
  4. HMS Cumberland, a Type 22 Frigate, is based in the port of Devonport in Plymouth, Devon. (Web site)
  5. The Cumberland, a type 22 frigate, is based at Devonport Naval Base, in Plymouth.

Reigning Duke

  1. In 1884, the reigning Duke of Brunswick- Wolfenbüttel, a distant cousin, died and the Duke of Cumberland claimed to succeed to that territory.

Fort Cumberland

  1. Fort Ohio was abandoned when Fort Cumberland was erected about 1754, directly across the river in Maryland.

Prince Ernest Augustus

  1. The constitution was revoked after William's death by the new king, William's brother, Prince Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland.

Cumberland Rivers

  1. It ensured that Kentucky would stay in the Union and opened up Tennessee for a Northern advance along the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers. (Web site)

Cumberland Valley

  1. It is a natural obstacle that separates the Shenandoah Valley and Cumberland Valley from the eastern part of Maryland. (Web site)

Cumberland Plateau

  1. The plateau extends southward into western West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and Tennessee, where it is instead called the Cumberland Plateau.

Cumberland Gap

  1. During the Civil War, the Cumberland Gap was held first by the South and then captured by Union troops.

Opening

  1. Thus, Gellygaer in South Wales and Hardknott in Cumberland have yielded nothing later than the opening of the 2nd century.
  2. There he stood at the opening of Monterey Pass through South Mountain, and overlooking the Cumberland Valley. (Web site)

General

  1. She opened the engagement when less than a mile distant from USS Cumberland and the firing became general from blockaders and shore batteries.

Century

  1. The century saw the formation of additional denominations, such as the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and the United Presbyterian Church of North America. (Web site)
  2. Captain Cook named the Cumberland islands, European settlements and grazing began around the turn of the century on Saint Bees. (Web site)

Captain

  1. Ldg Hand Cranmer has become the first registered Satanist in the British Armed Forces after the captain of HMS Cumberland agreed to recognise his beliefs. (Web site)

Armies

  1. His armies were controlled by his military-minded son, The Duke of Cumberland. (Web site)
  2. The Cumberland Plateau that separated the armies was a rugged, barren country over 30 miles long with poor roads and little opportunity for foraging. (Web site)

Ships

  1. At 09:46 Harwood signalled to Cumberland for reinforcements and the Admiralty also ordered ships within 3,000 miles (5,000 km) to proceed to the River Plate.
  2. See HMS Cumberland for other ships of the same name. (Web site)

Washington

  1. From Cumberland to Washington there were road, rail, river, and canal.

April

  1. Description: Near 2 pm on April 7, the advance of the Union II Corps encountered Confederate forces entrenched on high ground near Cumberland Church. (Web site)

Virginia

  1. Kentucky was made (1776) a county of Virginia, and new settlers came through the Cumberland Gap and over the Wilderness Road or down the Ohio River. (Web site)
  2. He fought in the battles of Marion and Wythville, Virginia., and surrendered on April 25, 1865, at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee.

Brother

  1. Under the Salic Law, a woman could not rule Hanover; thus, the Hanoverian Crown went to William IV's other brother, Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland.

Husband

  1. Prince George of Denmark, the husband of Anne (later Queen Anne), was created Duke of Cumberland in 1683. (Web site)

Congress

  1. The previous day, she had utterly defeated two big Federal warships, Congress and Cumberland, destroying both and killing more than 240 of their crewmen. (Web site)

Troops

  1. Buell's command was designated the Department of the Ohio and his troops the Army of the Ohio (later the Army of the Cumberland). (Web site)

House

  1. One decision the new King had was whether, in his capacity as Duke of Cumberland, to swear allegiance to Victoria in the House of Lords.

Nova Scotia

  1. He represented Cumberland in the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia from 1856 to 1867 as a Conservative member.

War

  1. The bay was briefly renamed Cumberland when the British took it in the first part of the 18th century during the War of Jenkins' Ear.
  2. The bay was briefly renamed Cumberland Bay when the British took it in the first part of the 18th century during the War of Jenkins' Ear.
  3. He returned to Cumberland University in 1854 and remained there until the outbreak of the War Between the States. (Web site)

Sinking

  1. The sinking of Cumberland by the iron-clad Virginia. (Web site)

Member

  1. It was created in 1544 by letters patent for Sir Thomas Wharton, who had previously served as a Member of Parliament for Cumberland.
  2. Jackson became a member of Red Foley's band, the Cumberland Valley Boys, and was regularly featured on his broadcasts. (Web site)

Grant

  1. Grant made good use of the Navy in maneuvering his army along the Cumberland, Mississippi, and Tennessee rivers in the first two years of the war.
  2. But when news of the dire straits of Rosecrans's Army of the Cumberland reached Washington, Grant was ordered to rescue them.
  3. Grant was determined to take Forts Henry and Donelson, defenders of the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers, respectively.

Localities

  1. Other localities are known; for instance, Brandy Gill in Caldbeck Fells, Cumberland, where with molybdenite and apatite it is embedded in white quartz. (Web site)

Forces

  1. Cumberland 's forces crushed the rebellion and effectively ended Jacobitism as a serious political force in Britain.
  2. By early 1862, a single Confederate general, Albert Sidney Johnston, commanded all forces from Arkansas to the Cumberland Gap. (Web site)

Sherman

  1. To relieve the pressure on Sherman, Grant ordered Thomas' Army of the Cumberland to assault the rifle pits at the base of Missionary Ridge.

County Boroughs

  1. The counties of Cumberland, Herefordshire, Rutland, Westmorland and Worcestershire vanished from the administrative map, as did the county boroughs. (Web site)

Earl

  1. The Barons de Clifford were raised to become Earl of Cumberland in the 16th century, but this title died out in the early 17th century.

Gloucester

  1. Among the dukedoms granted to still younger sons of the Sovereign are Aumale, Cambridge, Connaught, Cumberland, Edinburgh, Gloucester, Kent and Sussex. (Web site)
  2. Don Rogers, Inc., has been providing quality paving services to Gloucester and Cumberland counties since 1953.

Shallow Water

  1. Seeing what had happened to Cumberland, the captain of Congress ordered his ship grounded in shallow water. (Web site)

November 26

  1. John Hudson (1662 – November 26, 1719), English classical scholar, was born at Wythop in Cumberland. (Web site)

October

  1. Georgia Tech's football team is best known both for its 1990 National Championship and its October 7, 1916 222-0 victory over Cumberland University. (Web site)

Low Speed

  1. Shots from Cumberland, Congress, and Union troops had riddled her smokestack, reducing her already low speed. (Web site)

Historic County

  1. Local papers The Westmorland Gazette and Cumberland and Westmorland Herald continue to use the name of their historic county. (Web site)

Rhode Island

  1. Bobby Farrelly is a screenwriter, producer and director from Cumberland, Rhode Island.

Whitehaven

  1. This occurred in 1778 when the port of Whitehaven in Cumberland was raided by John Paul Jones.

City

  1. Ottawa-Carleton used to be just Carleton County before 1969 and consisted of what is now the City of Ottawa except for Cumberland.

Part

  1. Part of her ram had wrenched off and was left embedded in the side of the stricken Cumberland. (Web site)
  2. A part of the Cumberland church, however, repudiated the action of its general assembly and still undertakes to perpetuate itself as a separate denomination. (Web site)

Island

  1. George Clifford, earl of Cumberland, held Puerto Rico for five months in 1598, and the Dutch besieged the island in 1625. (Web site)
  2. Brampton Island is an island in the Cumberland Group, off shore from Mackay, near the Great Barrier Reef, in Queensland, Australia [1]. (Web site)

Cumberland River

  1. I am now on my march to Celina or some other point on the Cumberland River where I can communicate with Nashville. (Web site)

River

  1. Clarksville was founded on the Cumberland River near the confluence of the Cumberland and the Red River. (Web site)
  2. And the concert venue on the banks of the Cumberland River stayed packed all day and every day after.
  3. Fort Donelson, on the Cumberland River, was more defensible than Henry and Navy assaults on the fort were ineffective.

Northumberland

  1. It occurs in veins of lead ore at Hexham in Northumberland, Alston in Cumberland, Anglezark, near Chorley in Lancashire, and a few other localities. (Web site)

North

  1. North of Lancashire, in the counties of Westmoreland and Cumberland, is the famous "Lake Country" of England.
  2. The Catholic stronghold in England is in the North (notably Northumberland and Cumberland, but anything north of Norfolk). (Web site)
  3. Along with the Catskill Escarpment (to the north) and the Cumberland escarpment (to the south), the AF makes up part of the Appalachian Structural Front.

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