Some articles on grey cloud:
... On July 18, accompanied by the Grey Cloud, the New London approached the large hotel at Pascagoula and announced its arrival by firing two shells over the hotel ... The Grey Cloud moved about a half mile west and attempted to enter the Pascagoula River with the intent on capturing local schooners with turpentine and ... were clear, the New London fired 25 shells into the village and the Grey Cloud fired seven shells however, only one civilian was reported slightly wounded ...
... In 1854 Kinsman was built at Elizabeth, Pennsylvania, as Grey Cloud ... On 18 July, the USS New London and Grey Cloud, reinforced by men from the USS Potomac, steamed toward Pascagoula with the New London announcing their arrival by ... The Grey Cloud moved about a half mile west and attempted to enter the Pascagoula River with the intent on capturing local schooners with turpentine and ...
Famous quotes containing the words cloud and/or grey:
“I belong to the fag-end of Victorian liberalism, and can look back to an age whose challenges were moderate in their tone, and the cloud on whose horizon was no bigger than a mans hand.”
—E.M. (Edward Morgan)
“I put away my brushes; resolutely crucified my divine gift, and while it hung writhing on the cross, spent my best years and powers cooking cabbage. A servant of servants shall she be, must have been spoken of women, not Negroes.”
—Jane Grey Swisshelm, U.S. newspaperwoman, abolitionist, and human rights activist. Half a Century, ch. 8 (1880)