The heavy guns in the navy-yard began firing the customary salute when he stepped upon the deck.
It was too late to save the navy-yard with its precious stores.
He defended the navy-yard at Washington against the imputations cast on it.
You know we lost the navy-yard early in the war and we haven't got it back—yet.
She had been three years in service, having left the Brooklyn navy-yard in November, 1895.
What will the navy-yard people say to this when they hear of it?
The United States navy-yard at Norfolk was one of the most valuable of all the governmental possessions.
Since corrupted into the Wallabout, the bay where the navy-yard is situated.
It has a navy-yard and citadel, and is the most important port between Hong-Kong and Singapore.
The navy-yard at Puget Sound will soon have a way for one battleship.