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Text:"... of the Winslow, to Mr. W. H. Bagley, brother of Ensign WorthBagley, the following extracts, telling of the engagement, are taken : I have deemed it best to wait, before writuio- you, until I have sufficiently..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... of the Winslow, to Mr. W. H. Bagley, brother of Ensign WorthBagley, the following extracts, telling of the engagement, are taken : •I have deemed it best to wait, before writing you, until I have sufficiently..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... the entrance examinations So I can enter the University even if 1 cant enter Annapolis. A few days *^hereafter, in another letter to the same sister in playful mood he signed himself, WorthBagley, U. S. N..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"...) in a series of resolutions said: The first blood that has been offered on the altar of humanity and in the cause of Cubas freedom is full worth the sacrifice. The spirit of WorthBagley has gone to join..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:".... A trophy of this game was a gold foot-ball, made by Tiffany, to be used as a watch charm, on which was engraved: WorthBagley, Full-back, 1893. The following is the first verse of a song The Team That Won..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... and three-quaiters. Long may the little Grand Master wave ! THIS was the announcement of the birth of WorthBagley, which appeared in the Raleigh News in its issue of April 7th, 1874. He was born in Raleigh..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... of each graduate. The name of WorthBagley came first on the list, and his record is thus given : Bagley Line. C. C. P. O. Raleigh, N. C. T am not in the roll of common men. Quarter-back and Full..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... the news was received in his native city : WorthBagley killed in a naval engagement in Cninin waters were the words passed from mouth to mouth in Raleigli yesterday morning. Never were the people..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"...6 4 ed deeply the heart of the nation, and the grief was felt by all. When Ensign WorthBagley, shattered by a Spanish shell, grasped, as he fell upon the deck of the Winslow, the staff from which..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"...36 CHAPTER V. AS ENSIGN IN THE NAVY. WORTHBAGLEY was at the hospital with his convalescent mother when he received his commission as Ensign in the Navy, dated July ist, 1897, and signed..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... of Ensign WorthBagley, U. S. N., reached Jacksonville Sunday morning. To that point the oldest brother of the dead officer had come to take home the body of the noble youth who had given up his life for his..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... in war for the Republic of Cuba, was WorthBagley, ensign on the Winslow. CHAPTER XIV. TWO MONUMENTS. TWO enduring monuments will tell the high esteem in which Ensign Bagley was held by the people..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"...from New York. For this deed, the Secretary of the Navy, on February ist, wrote a letter of thanks to Lieut. Bernadou, Ensign WorthBagley and the other members of the crew, closing with the words..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... were simulating to the hearts of those who heard in them an echo of the spirit of the dead. Taps were blown on the bugle from the head of the grave. There was a m:irtial sweetness in the notes • Worth..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"...Centennial Graded School, on which is written ; Prize received by WorthBagley for spelling thirty wo^ds correctly. The words were selected and prize awarded by the editor of the Teacher. In a letter..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... monument, and attached to it was a card on which was written: A memorial of the Courage and Faithfulness of Ensign WorthBagley, another Laurel in North Carolina's Crown of Heroes. We place this tribute..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... were stimulating to the hearts of those who heard in them an echo of the spirit of the dead. Taps were blown on the bugle from the head of the grave. There was a martial sweetness in the notes Worth..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"..., to show myself worthy of being a North Carolinian and your appointee. Believe me, Sir, With much respect, Gratefully yours, WorthBagley...."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... it to be the duty of negro citizens as well as white citizens to contribute to erect a monument to the memory of Ensign WorthBagley. OBrien Moore, Charleston, W. Va.: I send congratulations. I would rather have..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Text:"...87 On the same day the Raleigh Morning Post said : The universal sorrow at the death of Ensign WorthBagley, the first officer in the American navy to fall in the war with Spain, finds expression..."
Date:Between 1874 and 1898
Publication place:Norfolk, Virginia, USA