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ANDERSON, Robert, Lieutenant, 70, 210, 242, 248, Beauregard, P. G. T., General, 248, 267, 312.
263, 512.

Beecher, Henry Ward, Rev., 512.
Andrew, John A., Governor, 251, 325.

Bell, John, 187.
Andrews, E. W., General, 462.

Belmont, August, 439.
Anecdotes : Helps Katy Roby in spelling, 37; | Benjamin, Judah, 283, 485.

wrestling-match, 64; settles with Post-office Bird, Mr., 366.
Department, 95; defends Edward D. Baker, 99; Birney, James G., 91.
law case about a colt, 103; about pension mon- Black, Mr., Attorney.general, 211.
ey, 104; against liquor-seller, 197; Mr. Cass's Blackburn, Luke, Dr., 260.
oxen, 108; journey to Washington, 131; com- Blair, Francis P., 262, 476, 484.
pares height with countryman, 201; writing Blair, Montgomery, Postmaster-general, 240, 246,
his autograph, 208; Grace Bedell, 208, 220; 330, 345, 426.
celebration by colored Sunday - schools, 321; Blenker, General, 307.
reads “Outrage at Utica," 342; asked to re-Boone, Daniel, 7.
lieve Grant, 367; impressions as to result of Boone, George, 6.
battle of Gettysburg, 379; “Sykes's dog,” 386; Booth, John Wilkes, 515.
reprieve of Mr. Luckett, 388; fondness for Boutwell, Mr., 390.
Shakespeare, 399; kindness of heart, 401; Bragg, Braxton, General, 383.
opinion of Grant, 403; Farmer Case, 482; Branlette, Governor, 403.
Brother Jones and the powder, 490.

Breckinridge, John C., 203, 222, 279, 282, 497,
Armstrong, Hannah, 81, 162.

503.
Armstrong, Jack, 64.

Breckinridge, Robert J., Rev., 413.
Arnold, Isaac N., 392, 409.

Breshwood, Captain, 215.
Ashley, James M., 412.

Brooks, Colonel, 354.
Ashman, George, 190, 515.

Brooks, Mr., 365.
Atchison, David R., 139, 151.

Brough, John, 383.
Atzeroth, George, 518.

Brown, Governor, 212, 477.
Averill, General, 359.

Brown, John, 158, 173.

Buchanan, George, Dr., 53.
Bacon, Leonard, Rev., 444.

Buchanan, James, 151, 157, 236.
Baker, Edward Dickinson, 99, 128, 279.

Buckingham, William A., 325.
Banks, Nathaniel P., General, 251, 272, 322, 347, Buckner, Simon B., General, 260.
381.

Buell, General, 290, 312.
Barnard, William, 324.

Buford, General, 378.
Bateman, Mr., 207.

Bullitt, Mr., 334.
Bates, Edward, Attorney - general, 240, 246, 262, Burns, John, 385.
271, 338, 402.

Burnside, Ambrose E., General, 350, 353, 358,
Battery: Sherman's, 258 ; Mott's, 317; Calef's, 361, 369, 404.
378.

Butler, Benjamin F., General, 184, 251, 258, 265,
Beall, John Y., 517.

270, 286, 312, 333, 390, 392.

Calhoun, John C., 81, 157.

FARRAGUT, Admiral, 312.
Cameron, Secretary, 240, 246, 295.

Felton, Samuel M., 224.
Campbell, John A., Judge, 242, 477, 484, 506, Fenton, Reuben E., 432.
509.

Fessenden, William P., 280, 356, 418, 470.
Carpenter, F. B., 399.

Floyd, John B., 210.
Case, Mr., 423.

Foote, Commodore, 298.
Cass, Lewis, 211.

Forney, John W., 409, 464.
Chase, Salmon P., Secretary, 240, 246, 293, 313, Forquar, General, 88.
319, 330, 338, 345, 356, 392, 416, 470.

Forsyth, John, 242.
Chandler, Zachariah, 420.

Forts: Moultrie, 211; Sumter, 211, 248, 512;
Chittenden, L. E., 221, 231, 405.

Pulaski, 212; Pickens, 242; Fortress Monroe,
Clay, Clement C., 415, 428.

265, 319, 479; Walker, 283 ; Beauregard, 283;
Clay, Henry, 124, 260.

Warren, 284, 370; Henry, 298; Donelson, 298;
Colfax, Schuyler, 513.

Stevens, 425.
Collamer, Senator, 356.

Fox, Gustavus V., Captain, 242, 264, 303, 464.
Comstock, Judge, 442.

Franklin, General, 292, 337, 342, 360, 362.
Conway, Moncure, 366.

Fremont, John C., 152, 277, 282, 322, 411.
Crandall, Prudence, 90.

French, General, 373.
Crawford, Martin J., 242.

Frost, General, 263.
Crook, General, 492.
Curtin, Andrew G., 229, 325.

GAILLARD, Leopold, 532.
Curtis, Judge, 153.

Gardner, Lieutenant-colonel, 210.

Garfield, James A., 291.
Dana, Charles A., 442, 467.

Garrett, Thomas, 323.
Davis, David, 219, 227.

Garrison, William Lloyd, 53, 91, 259, 313, 323,
Davis, Henry Winter, 379, 420, 430, 464.

415.
Davis, Jefferson, 140; elected President of the Gilmore, John R., 434.

Confederacy, 217; sends an order to General Goldsborough, Admiral, 319.
Beauregard, 248; telegram to Governor Letch- Grant, Ulysses S., General, 252; presides at meet-
er, 256 ; conference with Messrs. Gilmore and ing in Galena, 274; appointed brigadier-general
Jacques, 434; confers with Francis P. Blair, and goes to Paducah, 277; captures Fort Don-
476; addresses a public meeting at Richmond, elson, 298; at Pittsburgh Landing, 312; takes
484.

Vicksburg, 381; appointed lieutenant-general,
Defrees, Mr., 274.

396; at the Wilderness, 406; at Petersburg,
Dennison, William, 325.

445; at City Point, 478; receives despatch
Discovery of Gold in California, 134.

from Lee, 486; visit from Lincoln, 489; sur-
Dix, Dorothy, Miss, 224.

render of Lee, 511; at Washington, 513.
Dix, John A., General, 212, 215, 322.

Greeley, Horace, 161, 217, 278, 335, 346, 361, 395,
Dodge, William E., 235.

427, 434.
Douglass, Frederick, 457.

Green, William G., 73.
Douglas, Stephen A., 82, 97, 136, 139, 144, 152, Grimes, Senator, 226, 356.
157, 166, 202, 239, 251, 266.

Gulliver, John P., Rev., 176.
Dupont, Admiral, 283.

Hall, James C., 392.
EARLY, Jubal A., 423, 445.

Halleck, H. W., General, supersedes Fremont,
Eckert, Mr., 467, 478.

285 ; letter to McClellan, 290; called to Wash-
Edwards, Ninian, 109.

ington to direct military movements, 334 ; calls
Elkins, David, Rev., 23, 28.

on McClellan, 539; differs with Burnside in re-
Ellsworth, Colonel, 258.

gard to plans, 354 ; refuses request of Hooker,
Emory, General, 425.

373; letter to Secretary Stanton, 426.
English, 473.

Hamilton, Charles, 158.
Ericsson, Captain, 264, 303.

Hamlin, Hannibal, 196, 420.
Evans, Cadwallader, 6.

Hanks, John, 7.
Everett, Edward, 187, 383.

Hardie, Colonel, 375.
Ewell, General, 374, 378, 497.

Harding, George, 162.

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Harold, Daniel E., 518.
Harris, Matthias, Rev., 512.
Harris, Senator, 356, 514.
Hay, John, 429.
Hazel, George, 23.
Heintzelman, General, 309, 315, 322, 373.
Henderson, Senator, 412.
Henry, Joseph, Professor, 278, 365.
Herndon, William, 161, 164.
Hicks, Governor, 258, 272.
Hines, Captain, 416.
Hitchcock, General, 316.
Hodges, A. G., 403.
Holcombe, Professor, 428.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 137.
Holt, Joseph, 212.
Hood, John B., General, 470.
Hooker, Joseph, General, 301, 307, 318, 358, 360,

372.
Howard, Senator, 356.
Hunter, David, 219, 227.
Hunter, General, 312, 423.
Hunter, R. M. T., 477, 481.
Hurlburt, S. A., 245.
Hussey, Obed, 162.
Hutchinson family, 293.

IMBODEN, J. D., General, 424.

Lincoln, Abraham (1), 8, 12.
Lincoln, Abraham, President, birth, 19; at school,

23, 32, 36; death of his mother, 28; goes to
mill, 35; ferryman at Gentry's Landing, 38;
takes a flat-boat to New Orleans, 42; life at
Decatur, III., 46 ; second trip to New Orleans,
54; clerk at New Salem, 60; in Black Hawk
War, 68; candidate for Legislature, 71; enters
store with Mr. Berry, 72; postmaster at New
Salem, 78; surveyor, 81; elected to Legislature,
82; Ann Rutledge, 84 ; second election to Leg-
islature, 89; decides to study law, 94; riding
the circuit, 102; meets Mary Todd, 109; goes to
Kentucky with Mr. Speed, 111; “Rebecca" let-
ter, 120; marriage, 123; meets Henry Clay, 124;
elected to Congress, 125 ; member of Executive
Committee of society to aid emigrants to Kan-
sas, 141; campaign speeches, 145, 153; counsel
in McCormick-Manny case, 162; defends Will-
iam Armstrong, 162; speech at Springfield,
164; at Chicago and Bloomington, 167; at
Cooper Institute, 175; in Connecticut, 176 ;
nominated for President, 194; elected, 210;
prepares for Washington, 215; journey, 218;
plot for assassination, 224; at Washington,
232; inauguration, 236; difficulties, 244; is.
sues call for volunteers, 250 ; efforts to keep
Kentucky in the 259; besieged by office-
seekers, 264 ; second call for troops, 266; ap-
points McClellan to command, 270; message to
Congress, 274 ; receives tidings of death of
Colonel Baker, 278; sets aside order of Gen-
eral Fremont, 282; action in Trent affair, 284 ;
appoints Halleck to succeed Fremont, 285 ;
disappointed at inactivity of McClellan, 290 ;
confers with McDowell and Franklin, 292;
appoints Edwin M. Stanton Secretary of War,
295 ; sends orders to McClellan, 297; death
of Willie, 298; disappointment at failure of
McClellan's plans, 303 ; conference with Mc-
Clellan, 305 ; council of division commanders,
307; reorganizes army, 309; sets aside order
of Hunter, 313; appeal for action towards
abolishing slavery, 314, 327; visits Fortress
Monroe, 319; directs movements of Army of
Potomac, 322; meditates issuing proclamation
of emancipation, 328; orders Halleck to direct
military movements, 334 ; letter to Horace
Greeley, 337; asks McClellan to resume com-
mand of troops, 339; issues emancipation proc-
lamation, 314 ; visits Harper's Ferry, 347; in-
terviews with members of Congress, 349;
removes McClellan from command, 353; diffi-
culties of situation, 355 ; interview with Sena-
tors in regard to removal of Secretary Seward,

Jackson, Claiborne F., 262.
Jackson, Stonewall, General, 322, 334, 340.
Jacques, Rev. Mr., 434.
Jayne, Julia, 120.
Jewett, William Cornell, 427, 434.
Johnson, Andrew, 413.
Johnson, Herschel V., 203.
Johnson, John M., 254.
Johnson, Oliver, 323.
Johnson, Reverdy, 162, 256, 333, 390.
Johnston, Joseph E., General, 267, 322.
Judd, Norman B., 148, 189, 219, 226.

KANSAS-NEBRASKA Bill, 140.
Kelley, William D., 197, 286, 320, 349.
Kelton, Adjutant-general, 339.
Key, John J., Major, 346.
Keyes, General, 302, 307, 309, 315, 322, 367.

Layon, Ward, 219, 227, 245.
Lane, Henry M., 388.
Lane, Joseph, 203.
Latham, Milton S., 286, 306.
Lee, Robert E., General, 253, 324, 334, 340, 355,

373, 378, 445, 485, 494, 503, 511.
Letcher, Governor, 256.

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356; returns resignation of Burnside, 359; McCormick, Cyrus, 162.
appoints Hooker to command army, 362; McCullough, Professor, 517.
changes sentence of Vallandigham, 370; reply McDowell, General, 268, 292, 307, 322.
to Governor Seymour, 372; appoints General McLean, Judge, 157, 162.
Meade to succeed Hooker, 374 ; letter to Grant, M&Pherson, Mr., 349.
381 ; letter to Republican Convention of Illi- Meade, George G., General, 374, 379, 404, 492.
nois, 382; dedication of cemetery at Gettys- Meigs, Quartermaster-general, 292.
burg, 383; plan for restoring seceded States to Miles, General, 340.
the Union, 390; appoints Grant lieutenant-gen- Milroy, General, 386.
eral, 396; reviews Burnside's troops, 404; re- Missouri Compromise, 136.
nominated, 413; nominates William P. Fessen- Moorhead, Mr., 349.
den Secretary of Treasury, 418; replies to Morgan, John, General, 382, 444.
Horace Greeley, 428; issues proclamation for Morgan, Edwin D., 325, 412.
thanksgiving, 441; re-elected, 468; meets Morrow, Colonel, 359.
agents of Confederate Government at Fortress Morton, Oliver P., 458.
Monroe, 479; telegram to Grant, 486 ; second Mosby, General, 363.
inauguration, 487; visits General Grant at Mudd, Dr., 518.
City Point, 489; enters Richmond, 505; re-
ceives news of Lee's surrender, 511; assassi. Naglee, General, 306.
nation, 515.

Nelson, William, 250, 312.
Lincoln, Mordecai, 4.

Newspapers: “The Liberator,” 54, 90; "Louis-
Lincoln, Robert, 513.

ville Journal," 63, 80;" New England Review,"
Lincoln, Samuel, 1, 3.

78; “ Louisville Gazette," 80 ; “Emancipator,"
Lincoln, Thomas, 13; at Nolin's Creek, Ky., 18; 90; "Philanthropist,” 91; “Springfield Jour-

Knob Creek, 23 ; moves to Pigeon Creek, Iud., nal," 120; “ Baltimore Sun," 135 ; “New York
24; second marriage, 30; moves to Decatur, Tribune,” 161, 164, 335; “Anti-slavery Stand-
III., 46.

ard," 164 ; “Chicago Tribune," 164; “Charles.
Locke, David R. (“Petroleum V. Nasby"), 451, 461. ton Mercury,” 212; “Albany Evening Jour-
Logan, John A., 233.

nal," 314; “Boston Advertiser," 314; New
Lovejoy, Elijah P., Rev., 96, 368.

Bedford Standard,” 314; “Philadelphia Led.
Lovejoy, Owen, 369, 390.

ger," 314; “ Philadelphia Press,” 369; “Rich.
Lowell, James Russell, 534.

mond Examiner," 370, 442; “Toledo Blade,"
Lyon, Nathaniel, Captain, 262.

451; “Richmond Sentinel,” 484; “Bradford
Lyons, Lord, 310.

Review,” 530; “Dublin Freeman's Journal,"

530; “ London Daily News,” 530; “London
MAGOFFIN, Governor, 259.

Star,” 630; “London Punch," 531; "Paris
Magruder, General, 316.

Epogue,” 532.
Manny, Mr., 162.

Nicolar, Mr., 227.
Marcy, General, 302.
Marshall, Humphrey, General, 291.

OFFUT, Denton, 54.
Mason, James M., 151, 242, 256, 283, 473. Oglesby, Richard, 188.
McClellan, George B., General, 170, 265; called Oldham, W.J., 517.

to Washington, 268; appointed commander of Ord, General, 492.
forces, 270 ; treatment of Lincoln, 286; in-
action, 290; displeased by conference of Lin- Parker, Governor, 441.
coln with McDowell and Franklin, 292; plans Patterson, General, 267.
for re-opening Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Payne, Lewis, 518.
300; meets Lincoln, 305; assigned to com. Pemberton, General, 381.
mand of Army of the Potomac, 309; at York- Pendleton, George H., 286, 441.
town, 316; calls for troops, 321, 325 ; sends Petigru, Mr., 245.
despatch to Stanton, 324 ; fails to co-operate Phelps, General, 333.
with Pope, 338 ; secures plan of movements Phillips, Wendell, 175, 366, 411.
of Lee's army, 341; at Harper's Ferry, 346; Piatt, Donn, 386.
removed from command, 353; nominated for Pickens, Governor, 212, 250, 283.
Presidency, 439; defeated, 468.

Pickett's division, 378, 494.

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