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402; views on sequestration, 205; resolutions respect- | PARKE, JOAVG , Major General, despatches at Hampton
Road. Conierence, 567.
gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; opinion iu habcus cor- PATTERSON, JMES W., Representative in Thirty Eiglith Con-
rest, note. 157.
Patrox, Joux, Representative in Thirty-Seventh Congress,
433, 431; Generai Grant on, 434; Benjamin to Mason,
lexislature on, 456; Rebel Iluuse of Representativeson,
455; Address from Great Britain, 456; Hampton lioa's
vis's proposition for, 573, 574; resolutions of Messrs.
land Legislature, 153; General McClellan, 308, 305; and Williams, 574,675: Niagara Falls Peace Negotia-
in lorislatures of North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama,
cerning churches in the insurrectionary States, 521, Peace COMPERENCE, Propositions of, rejected in Virginia
Wood, 296, 297; Niagara Falls Conference, and are
Gov. Andrew, 279; of Major General Palmer respect- mond Examiner on, 399.
PEACE PROPOSITIONS, REDEL, in their Congress, and delate,
Maryland election of 1831, 308, 309; Generals Dix, tures of North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama, in Georgia,
Washington City Provost Marshal, (Brig. Gen. Andrew Congress, 19, Thirty-Seventh, 1.0); Thirty-Ethik. 1.
Democratic National Conventions, and remiks on nc
EFTY, of Gen. McDowell in Virginia, 251; Generals 422; letters, +2:5.
PEYXINGTON, WILLIAM, Representative in, and Speaker of
PENNSYLVANIA, vote for President in 1860, 1: in 1861. 033;
Benjamin on bridge burning and arrests, 187; respect- gress. 49: Thirty-Seronth, 1:22: Thirty-Eighth 1+): per
der,” 435: Fute of legisiature ou ratifying the anti-
represented in Peace Couference, 19; members of Thirty- PENROSE, SAMUEL, arrest of, 153.
PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE, address of, 410.
once with President Buchanan, 29-32; commissioner of, note, 500.
11, 400; Representative in First Congress, 101: Second,
sentative in Thirty-Eightli Congress, 140; iwwenduicnt PERRY. JOSEPH J., Rrepresentativo in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
+8; Member of Peace Conference, 67.
PERRY, NEUEMIANT, Representative in Thirty-Seventh Con-
gress, 124; Thirty-Eizhth, 110.
PERI:YMAN, Joux D., one of the Tennessee protesters, 438-
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey,
movements to modily or repeal, 44-47; complained of
General, order announcing freedom of families of col- phens rpon, 21, 25; propositions in Senate Committee
of Thirteen, 70; resolution in Honse, 58,75; remarks
PETIGRU, JAMES L., argument on sequestration, 205, 206.
Pitit Jony U., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress, · POTTLE, EMORY B., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 110; chuir-
Baltimore Police Commissioners, 179; arrants in Rion.
to indemnity bill, 155; propositions to abolish fishing
amendment to enrollment bill, 265; amendments to
bill to increase the pay of soldiers, 272; to bill to sup-
19; Thirty-Seventh, 1:22; member of Cimmitico of for emancipation in Missouri, 225; to national cur.
spiracies, 377, 378; declined as candidate for nomina-
vention, and vote for Vice President, 20; proposed
Kentucky, 560, to compensation of loyal slave-owners,
502; to bill to secure freedom of colored soldiers'
Black, 51–52; Chief Justice Taney, 156-158; Attorney
I-t, 2; proclamation announcing independence, 2; PRATT, JAMES T., Member of Peace Conference, 67.
public safety, 9; Senator Mason's desired interview
PRESBYTETINY CHURCI, CUMBERLAND, deliverances of 1863,
391 ; named in Chicago Convention for noinination and PRESBYTERIAN CIURCH. (NEW SCHOOL,) deliverances of 1961,
1862, 1863 and IXG1, 463-172; remarks of President
ton's order for occupation of churches in insurrec-
gress, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 110; amendment to extend PRESHYTERIAN CHURCH, (OLD SCHOOL,) deliverances of 1861,
enrollment to include persons of linty years of age, 268. 1862, 1863, and 1864, 401-406; reaffirming the testi-
tery of Louisville, 522. IN INSURRECTIONARY STITLS,
timore Police Commissioners, 393; motions and votes of 1862 and 1861, 512, 513; Union of old and new
schools, 513: on religious instruction of slaves, 53,
ton's order for the occupatiou of churches in insurrec-
Convention, 413 ; of Union Leanne 410; of Democratic PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, REFORMED, resolutions of General
upon, 423; Conservative National Uniou men, 423. PRESBYTERIAX CHURCH, REFORMED, (OLD SCHOOL.) Address to
192; application to Congress, 179, 180; minutes of, in 1 0+, 472, 473.
PRESIYTERIAN CHURCII, UNITED, deliverances of 1861 and
scend” to pull down the American Ang, and resigna- tary Stanton relative to churches of, in insurrectionary
States, 521, 522.
sioneri Major General “ Contelerate' Army, with Bish- terian, 546.
PRESIDENT, ELECTION OF, Propositions to change the mode
Thirty-Seventh, 122; telegrain to Mi-souri, 39; amend. PRESIDENT, powers of the, Attorney General Black, 50-52;
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, of 1860, 1; of 1861, 623; Mr. Lin-
1:22; Thirty-Eighth, 110: proposition relative to repre- Press, freedom of the, Justice Story upon, 188; other pro-
PRESTON, JOHN S., Comunissioner from South Carolina to
Congress, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; substitute for loan tion of the Union, 6; telegram to Judgo llopkins, 40.
Lill, 360; antennent tu national currency bill, 301. PRESTON, WALTER, Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress,
PRESTON, WILLIAM BILLARD, vote on secession ordinance,
8; delegate from Virginia Convention to President Liu.
coln, 112; Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress, 100;
gress, 49: Thirty-Seventh., 122; motion and proposi- PRICE, HIRAM, Representative in Thirty-Eighth Congress,
140; resolution relativo to furloughing draited clergy-
PRICE, RODMAN M., Member of Peace Conference, 67; leto
PRICE, THOMAS L., Representative in Thirty-Sevouth Co-
PROCLAMATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN, for troops. 141, 604; | RANDALL, SAMUEL J., Representative in Thirty-Eirbth con
amnesty, 117, 18; bilackadde, 119, 05; commercial inter.
signed and appointed brigadier, 101.
24; General Patterson, H; General Fremont on RANSOM, M. W., Comunissioner from North Carolina to
401; Second, 102.
scription, 118; martial law, 121; outliwry of General REAGAN, JUIN H., Representative in Thirty-sixth Congress,
Postmuster General in Provisional and Permanent ada
ministration, 400, 401.
REBEL ARMY, strength of, 121, 399, 612.
tion of the United States, 183–194; pastoral letter of and reply of latter, 27; correspond ace of cituin,
death, 515; loyalty of New Orleans churches, 5+3, 511. marque, 117; conscription laws, lls, 119; on nadas
the indeninity bill, 184, 185, of nine Senators against the ment of colored persons, 281-23,611; on ,
RECOGNITION, of liayti and Liberia, recommendation of
President Lincoln, 130; bill for, 239; of releindefu
of independence, the sine qua non of rebris, 30-30,
RECONSTRUCTION, proceedings respecting, 317-331; rebel
gress, 140; resolution relative to the seized newspa- on terms of, 330; General Grant's letter on, ti, il;
reports, proceedings, and votes in Congress upu, will,
49; address to the people of Virginia, 10; adjustment RECONSTRUCTION, views of various rebel leaders, Legisla
call for trops, 115.
REFORMED PROTESTANT DUTCH COURCH, Action of, 482, 4x3.
REID, DAVID S, Member of Peace Coulerade, s.
365-365, 601, 002; Secretary Chase's letter respecting gress, 1:22; expelled, 123.
the redemption of in gold, 2016, 367; of rebels, 36. REPORT tu the Souih Carolina Convention of Mr. Rhett, 12-
15; of Mr. Memminger, 15, 16; of Wr. Withers, 19;
committee and Secretary Voit un secret oralitzitia
49; his purpose in taking his sent, 392; declaration position of United States Vessels, als) tepatiit on
Mr. Branch upon bill to authorize the President tot
ence between the Pre-ident and the special cut of
ing suppression of newspapers, ISS-191; (Cratar of
Thirty-three, 57-62; of Peace Conference, G.; Senale
Committee of Thirteen, 69-73; ot Juhu i ochrupa
imports bill, 79, 80; of several ou reculisli tatua,
REPRESENTATION, APPORTIONMENT OF, proposed constitu-
Resignations in the navy-see - Report."
RESOLUTIONS for protectijn of slave property in the Terri
RESOLUTIONS offered at second session of a hirty-Sixth Corr
grenses, on arrests, 179-183, 000; un a*ptrup
emancipation proclamativ, 22-231; ucu. lalaks
order, 253; slavery, '59; en o'lment act, 270, 271, 564; ! ROMAN, J. Dixon, Member of Peace Conference, 68.
Royce, llomer E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
615-516; Legislature of Virginia on guerrillas. 119; Roystox, GRANDISON D., Representative in First Rebel Con-
fereure, (S; Deputy in Rubel Provisivnal Congress, 400;
Ruger, Lientenant Colonel, instructions of General Banks
urces, 48; memberot Select Committee on Military and RUSSELL, CHARLES W., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Con-
gress, 400; Representittivo in First Congress, 402;
El) rebel Comnissioners' letter to, 27; reply
311-345 ; letter of, to Lord Lyons, on the Trent Affair,
members of Peace Conference, 67 ; Thirty-Sixth Con- Rust, ALPERT, Representativo in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
ratifying the anti slavery amendment, 596.
Thirty-Serenih, 132; member of Committee of Thir- 605.
SILMON, B. S., arrest of, 153.
122; Thirty-Eighth, 110; resolution on the war, 291; touna aldress, 233.
Sin Francisco Bee, upon a Pacific republic, 42.
Congress, 12); Thirty-Eighih, 122; Senator in Thirty- others, on reconstruction, &c., 330; Niagara Falls Con-
SARGENT, AARON A., Ropresentative in Thirty-Seventh Con-
SAULSBURY, WILLARD, Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
Thirty-Seventh, 1:22; Thirty-Eigbth, 140; member of
Delaware, 181, and release of prisoners, 152; amend.
237 ; to the bill creating a new article of war, 238; to
to tax bill, 375; and to resolution of censure of Ex-
President Buchanan, 387; joint resolution for peaco
uty in Rebel Provisional Congress, 400; Representative ment, 257; amendments to bill to secure the freedom
of colored soldiers' families, 503, and to resolution of
Savannah News, December 24, 1800, publication of Senator
SCUENCK, ROBERT C., Major General, orders, &c., concerning
gress, 49; member of Conimittee of Thirty-three, 53. orders respecting churches in Baltimore, 521, 520, and
gress, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140. SCHENCK, ROBERT C., Representative in Thirty-Eighth Con-
G. Ilarris, 375; amendments to the enrollment bill,
265, 266, 268; proposition relative to courts-martial,
ing that colored persons leaving the District of Colum-
SCHOFIELD, JOUX M., Major General, orders concerning elec-
Schools.colored, legislation respecting, 211.
gress, 122; Thirty-Eiglith, 140; on compensated eman- gress, 49; for a Pacific republic, 11.
SCOTT, OTIO, Commissioner to President Lincoln from the
Legislature of Varyland, and report, 9.
SCOTT, ROBERT E., Deputy in Rehel Provisional Congress, 490. SHERMAN. JOAN, Senator in Thirty-Seventh Congress, 122;
12; bdments to eurollment bill, 202, 203 ; amend.
allusion to retirement of, 190; letter relative to quotas tory remark of vote, note, 2+3; amendment to bill to
SHERM N, SOCRITES N., Representative in Thirty-Seventh
SHERMAX, THOMAS W., Brigadier General, proclamation to
SHERMAX, WILLIAM T., Blajor General, on the draft of 1864,
Florida, 397; Virginia, note, 7; Tennessee military
SHIEL, GEORGE K., Representative in Thirty-Seventh Con-
63; Thomas E. Franklin's, in Peace Conference, and SHORTER, JOHN GILL, Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress,
SICKLES, DANIEL E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Cos-
gress, 48; adjustment proposition, 5t; report in fugi-
on its proposition, 6; adjustment proposition, 69; Dup- SIMMOXY, JAmes F., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
Simms, William E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con-
gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 1:22; substituto for emanci- 402.
Simpson, WILLIAM D., Representative in First Rebel Cop-
12); claimant in Thirty Eighth, an 1 refused, 141; cre- SINGLETON, 0:10 R., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Code
gress, 49; telegran south, 37; withdrew, 3; declara-
23; Governor Letcher's proposed attempton Fortress Rebel Congress, 401: Second, 402.
SLAUGHTER, THOMAS C., Member of Peace Conference, 68.
ian, 403, 465, 466, and attempted censire of in New
dent's approval of the anti-slavery amendment, 591; Reformed Presbyterian, 473; Cumberland Presbyte.
rian, 473, 47-4; United Presbyterian, 474, 507; Laptist
tion, and tho New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
Union, 47 478; Lutheran General Synod, 480 ; Con
on Committee of Thirteen, 70; proposition therein, 71, sylvania, 451, 482; Reformed Protestant Dutch, 433;
Moravian, 483; Protestant Episcopal Convention of
missioners of the Southern Confederacy, 108-111; to ference of 1860 and 1864, 491-499, aud Baltimore Code
States, 59, 60; other propositions, 63-75; Davis's prop
71; procecdings to prohibit in the Territories, 254, 35;
trict Attorney llall respecting the suspension of the to so amend the Constitution as to prohibit, 235-252,
resolution respecting, and vote, 238.
ceive bounty of $100, 275; if drafted to be free, 375;
gress, 122; resolution respecting return of fugitive Slaves, rebel employment of, 281, 282; draft of, for military
service, 282; views of Legislature of Alabama, 22;
tax on, 614.
SLAVES, RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION of, “ Confederate" Preshy-
“Confederate” Episcopalians upon, 516; South Carolins
Savannah upon, 548; Transylvania Presbytery of 1561
SLAVE TRADE, African, treaties and legislation concerning,
43; member of Border States Committee, 73; proposi- SLAVE TRADE, coastwise, repeal of laws regulating, 243, 244.
drew, 4; intermediary between Col. Hayne and Preg-