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HAZEN, W. B., Brig.-Gen., his brigade HULMAN, WILLIAM H., Lieut. Fourth Is this the Land of Washington ? by
complimented,
D. 8 Artillery, noticed,
Doc. 603 J. Q. A. Wood,

P. 51
Hazel River, Va., fight near, D. 4 HUMPHREYS, A. A., Gen., at Bean Sta- Island No. 1), Union soldiers frozen
HENDERSON, T. A., Provost-Marshal

tion.
D. 21 to death at,

D. 80
of Fla,
D. 59 HUMPHREYS, D. C.,

D. 5: Island No. 18, Mississippi River,
Henderson's Hill., La., fight at, D. 55 Hunt, ELIJAH, killed by rebel guer-

guerrilla attack at,

D. 50
HENRIES, H, C., Rev., testimony in

rillas,

D. 56 Ivy Hill, Miss., fight at, Doc. 490
the case of the returned prison- HUNT, WILLIAM II. See Mobile, Doc. 1029
ers,
Doc. 94 HUNTER, ANDREW,

Doc. 455
HENRY, GUY V., Col., noticed, Doc. 401 HUNTER, NATIAN. See Fort Pillow.

J
HENRY, Lieut, killed at Saline HUNTER, R. W.,

Doc. 455
River, Ark.,

Doc. 72 HUNTINGTON, CHARLES L., Lieut., re- JACKSON, ALFRED, Gen., rebel, at Mill
“llenry Colthurst,” schooner, cap-

port of operations near Mobile,

Point, Va.

Doc. 155
tured,
D. 46

Doc, 127 JACKSON, Col, Eleventh Pa. Re-
HERBERT, T. C., noticed, Doc. 108 Huntsville, Ala., Union meeting at, D. 52 giment,

D. 44
HESSER, — Lieut.-Col., death of, explosion at,

D. 62 JACKSON, -, Rev., Chaplain Fifty-
Doc. 240 HURD, C. A., Assist. Adjt.-Gen., Doc. 107 fourth Mass. Regiment, P. 16
HETI, Henry, Gen., rebel. See Rac- HIURD, 0. D., Lieut.-Col. Thirtieth Jackson, STONEWALL, Life of, sup-
coon Fori,
Doc. 213 Indiana,

Doc, 602
pressed in Mo.,

D. 57
Hicks, CHARLES. See Fort Pillow, HURLBUT, S. A., Major-Gen., order of noticed,

D.

62
Doc. 59

November fifteenth, 1963, D. 8 Jackson, Wu, L., Gen., account of
HICKS, S. G., Col. Fortieth Illinois order in reference to discipline of

his operations against Gen. Ave-
Regiment,

Doc. 1
negro troops,
D. 22

Doc. 285
account of his bravery at Paducah, See Fort Pillow,

Doc. 40 Jackson County, N. C., rebel Indian
Doc, 501, 505 reasons for his failure at Jackson,

legion surprised in,

D. 41
“ Highlander," ship, captured by the

Tenn.,

Doc 334 Jackson, Miss., occupied by Gen.
Alabama,

D. 27
noticed,
D. 40, 42 Sherman's troops,

D. 42
HIGIBOTHAM, W. II., Acting Ensign, JIUSE, S., Lieut. Com.,

D. 61

Doc. 475, 491
noticed,

Doc. 105 HUTCITESOX,

- Mr., of Va.

See
fight near,

Doc. 470
HILL,
Acting Master,

D. 72

Amnesty Proclamation, D. 24 Jackson, Tenn., reasons for General
“ Hillman,
steamer, attacked by

Hurlbut's failure at,

Doc. 834
guerrillas,
D. 50

Jacksonville, Fla., National pickets
Hills, Williay, See Nickajack Trace,

I
captured near,

D. 72
D. 71

occupation of, by National troops,
HINES, Capt., rebel. See John
Idaho, people of, try to escape the

Doc, 394
Morgan's escape,
Doc. 315 draft,

D. 44 JACOBS GEORGE, noticed,

D. 26
Hilton Head, S. C., reconnoissance Illinois, the quota of, filled, D. 41, 57 James River, Va., reports of opera-
from,
D. 61 Sixth Regiment of,

D. 16 tions on the,

Doc. 439
HITCHCOCK, E. A., Major-Gen. See Twenty-third Regiment of, D. 39 National account of the operation
Exchange of Prisoners, D. 27 Fortieth Regiment of,

Doc. 1
on,

Doc. 4-13
HITCHCOCK, 0. II., Capt., noticed, D. 6

Fifty-second Regiment of, reënlist- JARVIS JAMES, report of the James
HODGES, WILLIAM II. II.,

Doc. 455
ed for the war,

D. 34
River expedition,

Doc, 441
HOFFMAN, W., Col. Third Infantry. Fifty-eighth Regiment of,

10 JENKINS, M., rebel Gen., at Droop
See Returned Prisoners, Doc. 83
Seventy-first Regiment of, D. 6 Mountain,

D. 3
HOGAN, FRANK. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 59 Ninety-second Regiment of, D. 70 JENKINS, THORNTON A., Capt., report on
Hogan, John A., Col. Dahlgren's One Hundred and Seventh Regi-

operations near Mobile, Doc. 113
guide,

Doc. 589
ment of,

D. 88 additional report on the operations
HOKE, R. F., Brig.-Gen., rebel, cap-
One Hundred and Eighteenth

near Mobile,

Doc. 131, 184
ture of his brigade,

Doc. 165 Mounted Infantry, of, D. 59 Jenkins Island, s. C., rebel attack on,
at Plymouth, N. C.,
D. 69 Second Regiment Cavalry, of, D. 10

D. 55
noticel,
D. 40 Fourteenth Cavalry of,

D. 41 Johnson, ANDREW, Gov. of Tennessee,
Holston River, Tenn., fight on the, D. 36 Creswell's Battery,

D. 62

D. 03
HOLT, JOHN, Capt., noticed, Doc. 465 Impressments. See Rebel Impress- noticed and ordered,

Doc. 355
Honey Springs, Ark., battle of, Doc. 176 ments,

Doc. 392

proclamation of January twenty-
Honeyville, Mo., guerrilla fight at, D. 67 Indians. See Cherokee Indians, D. 14

sixth, 1964,

Doc, 310
Hoop, J. B., Lieut.-Gen., address to See Cheyennes,

decision relative to Jane Woodall, D. 7
his division in the rebel army, D. 46

See Navajo Indians,

D. 31, 48 JOHNSON, ANNE, the rebel spy, D. 24
HOOK, A, H. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 58 See Sioux Indians.

JOHNSON, BRADLEY T., Col., Doc, 590
Hook, FRANCES, anecdotes of her serv- See Indian Legion,

D.
41 JOHNSON,

-. Captain of the Forest
ice in the army.

P. 37
See Quallatown, N. C.,

D. 43 Rose," at Waterproof, La., D. 45
HOOKER, JOSEPH, Major-Gen., his Indian Brigade, the,

D. 23 Jouxson, EDWARD Gen., at the fight
troops complimented,
D. 3 Indian Legion, the rebel,

D. 41 at Raccoon Ford,

Doc. 244
See Halleck's report,

Doc. 168 Indian Territory, rebels expelled JOHNSON, HERSCHEL V., speech at Mil-
assigned to First Army Corps, D. 51

from,

D. 45 ledgeville, Ga., Nov. 2'th, D. 12
at Lookout Mountain, Doc. 203 Indiana, volunteering meetings held JOHNSON, ROSA, Mrs. See Fort Pillow.
at the battle of Chattanooga, Doc. 210 in,

D. 18 JOHNSON, WILLIAM E. See Fort Pillow.
noticed,

D. 29, Doc. 191, P. 23 Indiana volunteers. See Grand Co- Johnson County, N. C., farmers of, re-
HOOKER, É., Act. Vol. Lieut., D. 72 teau,

Doc. 151 fuse to be taxed,

D. 7
" Housutonic," destruction of the, D. 45 gallantry of the Seventh Regiment JOHNSTON, JOSEPH E., Gen., the defeat
account of the loss of the, Doc. 391

of,
P. 46 of, considered,

D. 70
order of Admiral Dahlyren on the Seventh Regiment of,

D. 42 deserters from the army of D. 40
destruction of the,

Doc. 392 Twenty-first Regiment of, D. 46 relinquished his command, D. 21
HOVEY, MARY C.,
P. 69 Forty-third Regiment of,

D.

noticed, D. 17, 62, 47; Doc. 429
HOWARD, 0. O., Major-Gen., bravery Forty-sixth Regiment of,

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D. 60

" John J. Roe," burning of the steam-
of his troops near Lookout, D. 4 Forty-seventh Regiment of, D. 46 er, by the rebels,

D.
at Chattanooga,
Doc. 207 Eightieth Regiment of,

D. 37 "John Douglass,” schooner, captur-
HOWE, ABBIE J., testimony in the case One Hundred and Eighteenth Regi-

ed,

D. 43
of the returned prisoners, Doc. 94

ment of,

D. 46 “John Scott," schooner, captured, D. 82
HOWE, ALBION P., Brig.-Gen, at Rap- First Battery of,

Doc. 551 JONES, J. M., Gen., rebe!, Doc. 243
pahannock Station,

Doc. 163

“In Libby Prison-New-Year's Eve, Jones, J. B., Rev. See Cherokees, D. 14
Howe, Orion P., the drummer-boy, P. 53

1863-4,"

P. 63 JONES, SAMUEL, hanged by the rebels,
HOWELL, --, Col. Eighty-fifth Penn., * In the Hospital," a poem,

P. 11

D. 33
D. 61

Iowa volunteers. See Grand Coteau, JONES, SAMUEL, Gen., rebel. See Ilal.
HOWELL, CHARLES Boxxtox, P. 69 Second Regiment of,

D. 43
leck's Report,

Doc. 171
· HOWELL, J. A., Lieut. See Mobile, Doc. 120 Twenty-fourth Regiment of, D. 60 Jones County, N. C., Palmer's expe-
“ Howqua,” gunboat, captures the Twenty-sixth Regiment of, D. 72 dition into,

D. 87
" Ella,"
D. 4 Irish, the condition of the, in Rich- cavalry expedition to

D. 39
HUBBARD,
Lieut.-Col. Thirtieth
mond, Va.,

D. 33 Jonesville, Va., Union troops surren-
Maine,
Doc. 531 a “sponge "on the Confederacy, D. 34

dered near,

D. 81
HUGHES, JOHN M., Col. Twenty-fifth "Iron Age," loss of the,

D. 82 “ Josephine," capture of the sloop, D. 56
Tenn.,

D. 57 Ironclads, the effect of in Europe, D. 65 "Joseph L. Gerity," seizure of the, D. 9
HOINGS, T. M., Lieut. Col. Forty- Ironsides, rebel account of the attack JOU ETT, J. E., Lieut. Com. See Mobile.
ninth Penn.,
Doc. 162 on,

P. 9 bravery of,

Doc. 102

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JOUETT, J. E., Lieut. Com., report of KINSEY, W. B., Lieut.-Col., noticed, LEE, S. P., Rear-Admiral, destroys the
operations near Mobile, Doc. 124

Doc. 531 * Bendigo,"

D. 81
JOURDAN, J. Col., expedition to Bogue KIRK, rebel,

2 report of the destruction of the
and Bear Inlets, N. C., D. 61 | Knoxville, Tenn., fight near,

9 steamer " Dare,"

Doc. 354
report of the expedition to Bear In-

siege of,

Doc. 306, 316 report of coöperation with Gen.
let,

Doc. 461 account of the siege of, Doc. 243 Graham on the James River, Doc. 439
noticed,

D. 39, 41 Col. Wm. S. Montgomery's report report of the expedition to Bear In-
“Juanita," capture of the Mexican

of the siege of,
Doc. 258 let, N. C.,

Doc. 461
schooner,

D. 62
the relief of,

Doc. 198

report of the destruction of the
Judson," capture of the schooner, the siege of raised, D. 17, Doc. 260 blockade-runners "Ranger" and
D. 72 President Lincoln orders thanks-

Doc. 403, 464
“Julia A. Hodges," schooner, cap-

giving for the safety of, D. 18

noticed,

D. 32, 40
tured,

D. 59 Longstreet's retreat from, Doc. 465 LEE, W. F., Gen., rebel, released, D.
JULIAN, M. C. See Returned Pri-

* indications of a battle" at, D. 36 LEEDOM, HOWARD. See Returned Pri-
soners,
Doc. 89 Union soldiers captured near,

D. 87 soners,

Doc. 83
JOMEL, Capt., his depredations Southern sympathizers banished LEEPER, Capt.,

D. 23
at Bayou Plaquemine, La., D. 63

from,

D. 40 Leeper's Ferry, Tenn., fight near, Doc. 314
Union meeting at,

D. 63 Legareville, S. c., fight at, D. 26
See Scott's Mill Road, Tenn.,

LEGGETT, MORTIMER D., Brig.-Gen.,
K
KNOWLES, WILLIAM G., M.D., testi-

Doc. 475
mony in the case of the returned LEMERT, , Col., noticed, D.
Kansas Infantry, noticed,
D. 65 prisoners,

Doc. 95 LEMING, Mch. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 23
KELLEY, JAMES, Twenty-second Ky. KOEHLER, J. G., Ensign, Doc. 419 LENGERCHE,

, Lieut., wounded at
Vols.,
D. 12 KUT2, G. T. See Mobile, Doo. 120 Pensacola,

D. 58
KELLEY, B. F., Gen., report of opera- Kuntz, murder of,

D. 63 Lenoir, Tenn., evacuated by Gen.
tions in West-Virginia, Doc. 155

Burnside,

D. 9
report of the fight at Lewisburgh,

L

Lenoir Road, Tenn., fight on the, Doc. 250
Va.,
D. 4

Le Roy, Wx. E., Com., report of oper-
See New-Creek, Va.,
Doc. 362 La Crosse," capture of the steamer,

ations near Mobile,

Doc. 120
noticed,
D. 20, 26, 41

D. 56 noticed,

Doc. 101
KELLEY, R. B., Sergt., account of a La Fayette, Tenn., attack on, D. 2 "Letter from three good little boys"
fight near Waynesville, Mo., Doc. 145 reconnoissance to,

D. 21 to Jefferson Davis,

P.

48
KELLOGG, A. II., Surgeon. See Fort fight near,

Doc. 335 LEWIS, G. W. See Conscripts, Doc. 460
Pillow.

LAIBOLD, BERNARD, Col., report of the LEWIS, ISAAC H, See Returned Prison-
KELLOGG, E. W., Lt. See Mobile.

fight at Charlestown, Tenn., Doc. 292

ers,

Doc. ST
KELLY, Capt., account of the

letter on the same,

Doc. 294 Lewisburgh, Va., occupation of, D. 4
capture of,
Doc. 499 noticed,

D. 27
fight at,

D. 20
KELLY, Joun, killed,

D. 24 Lake City, Fla., fight near, Doc. 399 Libby Prison, Va., National prisoners
Kelly's Ford, Va., fight at
D. 4 Lake Ocala, Fla., destruction of salt-

in,

D. 21
reports of the fight at,

Doc. 161
works at,

Doc. 280 Col. Streight and others escape
KENDALL, W. A.,
P. 39 Lake Station, Miss., destruction of

from,

D. 43
J. ASA, See Strong
property at, by Gen. Sherman,

accou of an escape from, Doc, 372
Band,"
Doc. 333

Doc. 476
some account of,

Doe. 451
KENT, L., Col. Twenty-ninth Illinois, LAMEN, JAMES. See Mobile, Doc. 124 LIEDER, Capt. See Pleasant Hill,
at the fight at Vidalia, Doc. 378 LAMON, JAMES,

Doc. 809

Doc, 510
Kentucky, anecdote of negro recruit- Lancaster Court-House, Va., expedi- Lieutenant-General of the Army of the
ing in,

P. 35
dition to,

Doc. 333 United States, office of, created, D. 48
enlistment of negroes in, D. 63 LANDRAM, W. J., Col. See Pleasant LIGHTBURN, J. A. D., Gen., Doc. 195
Gov. Bramlette's proclamation in

Hill,

Doc. 510 "Lily," capture of the English
reference to guerrillas, Doc. 327 LANGLEY, C. F. See Mobile, Doc. 144

schooner,

D. 67
rebel guerrillas in,

D. 62 LARMER, -, Major, Fifth Pa., D. '44 LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, letter to Governor
restrictions on trade in, removed, Laura," capture of the steamer, D. 35 Bradford on the Maryland elec-

D. 80
" Laura,"
capture of the English

tion,

D. 2
Thirteenth Regiment of,
D. 8S schooner,

D. 69 recommends thanksgiving and pray.
Fourteenth Regiment of,

D. 59 “Lauretta," capture of the, D. 48 er for the safety of Knoxville, D. 18
Twenty-seventh Regiment of, diary LAWRENCE, WILLIAM H., Col., in com-

sends his proclamation of amnesty
of its operations in East-Tenn.,
mand at Columbus, Ky., Doc. 2 to Congress,

D. 19
Doc, 313 See Fort Pillow,
Doc, 53, 74 thanks Gen. Grant and his

army,

D. 19
Twenty-eight Regiment of, D. 37 Lawrenceburgh, Tenn., account of pardons E. W. Gantti,

D. 19
Thirty-fourth Infantry of, D. 46 fight at,

D. 2; Doc, 207 message in relation to the Freed.
Forty-fifth Mounted Infantry of, D. 68 LEADBETTER, ISAAC J. See Fort Pil-

man's aid societies,

D. 92
Kentucky, 0 Kentucky, a poem,
P. 58 low,

Doc. 21 approves instructions to tax com-
“Keokuk," destruction of the Moni- LEAGUE, THOMAS M., noticed, Doc. 420 missioners in South-Carolina, D. 30
tor,

D. 66 Lebanon, Ala., fight near, Doc. 306 letter to the " North American Re-
KEY, CHARLES. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 14

skirmish near,

Doc. 357 view" on the President's Poli-
KILGORE, W. M., Lieut.-Col. Eightieth Lebanon, Ky., guerrillas attack a

D. 84
Illinois, noticed,

Doc. 602
train of cars near,

D. 57 mitigates the sentences of deserters.
KILPATRICK, JUDSON, Brig.-Gen., 19 LEE, ALBERT L., Gen., D. 60; Doc. 543

D. 45
at Stevensburgh, Va.,

D. 4 LEE, Fitz-Hugh, Gen., his raid in Har- signs the bill creating a Lieutenant-
expedition of, against Richmond

dy County, Va.,

Doc, 326

General of the army, and nomin-
started,
D. 48 See Negro troops,

D. 83 ates Gen. Grant for the place, D. 48
account of his raid toward Rich-

See Averill's expedition, Doc. 256 presents Lieut.-Gen. Grant with his
mond, Doc. 571, 577, 550, 582 LEE, G. W. C., Gen., noticed, Doc, 590 commission,

D.
rebel accounts of his raid, 553, 554, 555 LEE, ROBERT E., Gen., City of Rich- wife of, noticed,

D. 49
590

mond vote him a house, D. 6 war order, reässigning commanders
spirit of the rebel press on the, Doc. 590 address to his army on the crossing

of the army,

D. 51
E. A. Paul's review of,

Doc. 693

of the Rapidan by Gen. Meade, D. 14 address to Governor Hahn, D. 52
at the crossing of the Rapidan, Doc. 449 at Mine Run, Va.,

D. 15 speech at the Maryland State Fair, D. 67
scouts Gloucester County, Va., D. 52 Chaplains of his army hold a meet- ainnesty proclamation of, Doc. 295 351
noticed,
D. 8, 45 ing,

D. 23 calls for two hundred thousand men,
KINBALL, NATHAN, Brig.-Gen., order thanked by the confederate Con-

D. .8
on assuming command in Arkan-

grens,
D. 31, 33 See Grant,

D.
sas,
D. 56 at Kelly's Ford,

Doc. 101 makes changes in the commands of
KIMBERLY, L. A., Lieut. Com., Doc. 107, 108 order of January 22, 1964, Doc. 839 the army,

D. 58
KIMBERLY, R. L., Lieut.-Col., report of urges the establishment of the par-

instructs Gen. Steele on the ques.
the battle of Chattanooga, Doc. 225

tisan rangers,

Doc. 422 tion of reorganization in Arkan-
KINDLERERGEN, DAVID, Surgeon. Seo See John Brown,

P. 25 sas,

Doc. 330
Mobile,
Doc. 120 noticed,

D. 4, 36, 47, 62, 65 proclamation relieving the blockade
King and Queen Court-IIouse, Va., LEE, STEPHEN D., Gen., report of oper-

of Brownsville, Texas Doc, 491
expedition to,

D. 52 ations on Wolf River, Tenn., D. 17 order for a draft, March 10, 1964,
KING, - Lient. See Bogue and

noticed,
Doc. 475

Doc. 370
Bear Inlets, N. C.,

D 61 LEE, S. P., Rear-Admiral, report on defines the amnesty proclamation,
Kingston Road, Tenn., fight on the, D. 9 the efficiency of the blockade, Doc. 289

Doç. 460
destruction of buildings at, Doc. 452 MCLAWS, LAFAYETTE, Gen., D. 16

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PAGB
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, proclamation for Louisville, Tenn., fight at, D. 16 MARSHALL, HUMPHREY, General. See
a draft, March 15, 1564, Doc. 459 “ Louisville Journal Address, New

" Fat Volunteers,

P. 85
order of July 30, 1963,
Doc. 419 Year, 1861,"

P. 40 his artillery stolen,

D. 59
letter to Mrs. Esther Stockton, P. 55 | LOVE, GEORGE M., Col. One Hundred Marstox, GILMAN, Brig.-Gen., Expe-
noticed,
Doc. 453; D. 40 and Sixteenth N. Y.,

Doc. 531 dition into Virginia, Doc. 332
poem to,

P. 11 Love, --, Col., rebel. See Waynes- “Martaban," capture of the ship, D. 26
“Linda," capture of the,

D. 51
ville, Mo.,
Doc. 145 “Martha," capture of the,

D. 49
LISERS, C. T., Surgeon,
D. 16 LOVELL, MANSFIELD, Gen., court of in- MARTIN, Joux,

D. 19
LISENBY, J. W., Col., noticed, Doc. 497 quiry on his operations at New- MARTIN, WILLIAM E., Gen., rebel. See
Literature of the South,
P. 27 Orleans in 1862,

D. 12
Black Flag,

P. 86
LITTLEFIELD, M. S., Col.,

P. 16 LOVEJOY, Owen, funeral of, D. 08 Maryland, President Lincoln's letter
"Little Leila," capture of the, Doc. 250 LUDLOW, J. M., his answer to Carlyle's

on the election in,

D. 2
Little River, Tenn., fight at, D. 4 “Iliad,"

P. 19 convention for the amendment of
Little Rock, Ark., rebels defeated at, D. 57 LULL, EDWARD P., Lieut. Com. See

the Constitution of,

D. 59
Union meeting at,
D. 11 Mobile,
Doc. 118 Second Regiment of,

D. 89
Little Tennessee River, Tenn., skir- “Luminary," unsuccessful attempt to Maryland State Fair, opened, P. 67
Doc. 815 capture the steamer,

D. 67 “Mary Ann," capture of the, D. 49
Little Waltham, Va., expedition to, LUNT, GEORGE, a poem by,

P. 57

Mary Sorley," capture of the rebel
Doc. 333 Luray, Va., National raid on, D. 25

schooner,

D. 58
Little Washington, Va., Mosby sur-

rebel raid on,
D. 27 MASON, CAROLINE A.,

P. 39
prised at,

Doc. 290 LYNCH, W. F., Col., noticed, Doc. 469 Massachusetts, Second infantry of, D. 47
Liverpool Heights, Miss., fight at, anecdote of, at the battle of Pleasant Twenty-third Regiment of, D. 47, 63
Doc. 417, 496 Hill, La.,

Doc. 587 Twenty-fifth Regiment of, D.
LIVINGSTON, R. R., Col., assumes com-

report of battle of Pleasant Hill, Doc. 539 Fifty-fourth Colored Regiment of, P. 5
mand in Arkansas,

D. 26 Lynnville, Tenn., bridges destroyed First Cavalry, Colored, of, D. 59
LOCHRANE, 0. A., judge. See Rebel

near,
D. 6 Second Cavalry of,

D. 47
Judiciary,
Doc. 393 LYONS, JAMES, noticed,
Doc. 585 Tenth Battery of,

Doc. 161
LOCKWOOD, H, H., Brig.-Gen., D. 17 Lyons, Lord, corresponds with Jeffer- Matagorda Bay, Texas, skirmish and
LOGAN, JOHN A., Major-Gen., relin-

son Davis,

Doc. 513 destruction of a steamer at, D. 29
quishes his command,
D. 7

MATTHEWSON, ARTHUR, report of the
assumes command of the Fifteenth

destruction of the

* Smith
Army Corps,

D. 18
M
Briggs,"

Doc. 413
noticed,
Doc. 356

MAURICE, F. D., Rev., his reply to
LONAN, JASOx, statement in the Fort MACBETH, CHARLES, Mayor of Charles-

Carlyle's “Iliad,"

P. 18
Pillow case,

Doc. 70
ton, S. C.,

D. 2 MACRY, DABNEY II., Gen., noticed, D. 45
LONG, ALEXANDER, of Ohio, attempted Madison Court-House, Va., reconnois- despatch relative to the affair at
expulsion of,
D. 61 sance to,

D. 17
Bayou Sara,

D. 6
Long, , Col. Fourth Ohio Cavalry, Gen. Devens captures rebels at, D. 72 MACRY, HARRY, Col.,

D. 6
Doc. 207, 292
skirmish near,
Doc. 569 MAURY, MATTHEW F.,

D. 62
LONG, Eli, Col., report of the opera- Madisonville, La., occupied by Na- Mayfield, Ky., guerrilla operations
tions of the army of the Cumber-

tional troops,

D. 32
near,

D. 2
land,
Doc. 303 MAFFIT, J. N., Capt., rebel, anecdote

rebel attack on,

D. 51
Long View, Ark., expedition to, D. 57 of,

P. 7 account of a skirmish near, Doc. 468
LONGNECKER, J. H., Surgeon, testi- MAGRUDER, B. H. See Conscripts, May River, S. C., reconnoissance of
mony in the case of the returned

Doc. 460
the,

D. 61
prisoners,

Doc. 92 MAGRUDER, J. B., Major-Gen., address MAYS, William F., statement in the
LONGSTREET, A. B., LL.D., valuable

to the planters of Texas, Doc. 244

Fort Pillow case,

Doc. 71
suggestions addressed to the sol- Orders of February 2 and 15, 1564, Maysville, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 219
diers of the confederate States,

Doc. 420 MCALISTER, BRYAN, his account of
Doc. 433 See Red River Expedition, Doc. 566 Gen. Forrest's remarks on the
LONGSTREET, JAMES, Lieut.-Gen., his MAGRUDER, WILLIAM M., Capt., Doc. 589 Fort Pillow affair,

P. 53
attack on Fort Sanders,

D. 16 Maine Volunteers, Fifth Regiment of, McCANN, W. P., Lieut. Com., Doc. 101
at Campbell's Station, Tenn., Doc. 18 first to land in Texas, Doc. 147 report of operations near Mobile,
condition of his army in December, Fifth and Sixth Regiments of. See

Doc. 125
1863,
D. 25 Gen. Meade,

D. 4 McCHESNEY, Col. See Green-
noticed,
D. 86 Thirteenth Regiment of,
D. 28 ville, N. C.,

D. 29
correspondence on the amnesty pro- "Mandoline," capture of the schoon- MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B., Major-Gen.,
clamation,
Doc. 296 er,

D.
wax figure of,

P. 24
account of the retreat of, from Knox-

MANNING, Capt., capture of, D. 47 McCOOK, A. McD., Gen., statement in
ville,
D. 18 Mansfield, La, See Pleasant Hill, La.

reference to the battle of Chick-
at Bean Station, Tenn.,
D. 20 MANSON, M. D., Gen., at the siege of

amauga,

Doc, 303
occupies Newmarket, Tenn., D. 8. Knoxville,

Doc, 255 at Fair Gardens, Tenn.,

D. 37
at Morristown, Tenn.,

D. 25 MANTELL, GEORGE.

See Fort Pillow, McCook, D. M., Col., at Dandridge,
“Longstreet's Visit to Knoxville,"

Doc. 58 Tenn.,

D. 3.5
by J. W. Miller,

P. 8 “Maple Leaf,” loss of the steamer, McCowx, JOHN P., Gen., captured, D. 32
Lookout Mountain, cannonading at, D. 6

D. 58 McCoy, J. A. C., surgeon. See Fort
battle of,
Doc. 211 “Marblehead," attack on the gun-

Pillow,

Doc. 36
the capture of,
Doc. 205 boat,

Doc. 291 McCoy, WILLIAM N., surgeon, Doc. 85
Gen. (ieary's congratulatory order MARCILAND, J. B., Capt., report of

McCURDY,

See Unionism in
on the battle of,
Doc. 249 operations near Mobile, Doc. 113

Alabama,

Doc. 857
the storming of,
P. 1 noticed,

Doc. 101 ; D. 68 MCDONALD, John A. See Mobile, Doc, 127
"Lookout Mountain," by Alfred B. "Margaret and Jessie," steainer, cap- McFERRAN, JOHN C., Major, D. 49
Street,
P. 66 tured,

D. 2 MCGINNIS, GEORGE P., Brig.-Gen. See
“Lookout. General Hooker to his “Mazia Alberta," capture of the, D. 15 Grand Coteau,

Doc. 150
Men," by C. D. Meigs, M.D., P. 23 Maria Alford," capture of the, D. 63 MCGUIRE, EDWARD, Acting Master,
Louis, Joux M., Col. Twenty-sixth " Maria Louise, capture of the, D. 32 rebel,

D. 22
Illinois Regiinent,
Doc. 193 Marine Brigade, the,

D. 19, 24 MCINTIRE, Lieut. Ninth Illinois caval-
LORD, GEORGE P., Lieut., report of the “Marine Brigade,” the rebel, capture ry, anecdote of,

Doc. 836
capture of the steamers “Coving-

of the,

D. 10 MCKEEL, GARNER. See Nickajack
ton" and "Signal," Doc. 523 Marine Battery, at Pilatka, Fla., D. 55

Trace,

D. 71
noticed,

Doc. 532 " Marion," capture of the, D. 52 MCKEEL, JOSIAH. See Arkansas, Doc, 8:25
LORD, HIRAY B., Corp. Twenty third Marion, Miss., Sherman's Expedition MCKINLEY, Secretary to Admiral
Mazs, Regiment,
65 to,
Doc. 473 Farragut,

Doc. 105
Loudon lleiguts, Va., fight at,

Doc. 463 ;

D.

Doc. 329 ; D. 32 MARLE, GEORGE. See Nickajack Trace, MCLAGAN, W. R. See Fort Pillow.
Louisiana, Constitutional Convention

D. 71 McMICHAEL, WILLIAM L.,

Doc. 21
of,

D. 57 MARMADURE, JOHN S., Gen., encoun- MONIEL, Joun, Gen., Cherokees bave
Gen. Banks's order ordering an elec-

ters Gen. Steele,

Doc. 515 have an interview with, D. 14
tion in,
Doc. 331 MARSHALL, A. J.,

Doc. 455 McPHERAON, JAMES B., assigned to the
Gen. Banks's order in reference to MARSHALL, GEORGE E., Capt. Fortieth

command of Tennessee, D. 51
labor in,

Doc. 370 Massachusetts, D. 41; Doc. 401 banishes women from Vicksburgh,
Michael Hahn installed as Governor MARSHALL, -, Capt. gunboat “New

D. 27
of,

D. 49 Era," at Fort Pillow, Doc. 2, 64 noticed, D. 40, 42; Doc. 475, 481

1

15

PAGE
PAGE

PAGB
MCRAB, Col., at the battle of MINER, H. M., surgeon, account of the MORPHY, ISAAC, Gov., address to the
Fitzhugh's Woods,
Doc. 512 Black and Washita Rivers Expe-

people of Arkansas, Doc. 504
MEADE, GEORGE G., Gen., report of the

dition,
Doc, 415 My Soldier," a poem,

P. 20
figlit at Rappahannock Station Mobile, Ala., Gov. Watts's communi-
and Kelly's Ford,
D. 4 cation on the attack on, D. 41

N
presented with the Rappahannock attack on the defences of, reports of
battle-flags,

D. 4 Admiral Farragut and others, Natchez, Miss., skirmish near, D. 6
speech on the reception of the Rap-

Doc.

98 General Wirt Adams's raid near, D. 36
pahannock battle-flags, D. 4 roll of honor of the operations near, Union men at,

P. 10
At Mine Run, Va.,

D.

Doc. 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139 Natchitoches, La., occupied by the
his speech at Philadelphia, D. 41 Casualties at the attack on the de-

Nationals,

Doc, 520
congratulatory order on the pas-

fences of,
Doc, 140 account of the capture of,

Doc, 533
sage of the Rappahannock, Doc. 166 See Dabney H. Maury,

D. 43
fight near,

Doc. 5 8
See llalleck's report,
Doc. 169 See R. H. Slough,

D. 45 Navajo Indians, fight with the, D. 31
at the Rapidan,
Doc. 239 Mobile Bay, fight in,

D. 32 the war with, ended,

D.
noticed,

D. 59 Moccasin Point, cannonading at, D. 6 NAYRON, ALEXANDER. See Fort Pil-
MEADOR, JAMES P. See Fort Pillow, MODEN, SAMUEL, killed,

D. 7 low,

Doc. 17
Doc. 23 MONTCALY, O., noticed, Doc. 858 NEGLEY, JAMES S., Gen., Defence of,
MEEKER, DANIEL, surgeon. See Pris. MONTGOMERY, William S., Col., re-

in the matter of the battle of
oners,
D. 16 port on the siege of Knoxville,

Chickamauga,

Doc. 367
MEIGS, C, D., M.D.,
P. 23

Doc. 259 Negro Troops, anecdotes relating to
MELVILLE, CHARLES.
See Mobile, Monticello, Ark., fight near, D. 57 the,

P. 7
Doc. 109 Monticello Railroad, Ark., fight on anecdote of recruiting in Kentucky,
Memphis, Tenn., guerrillas appear at,

the,
D. 85

P. 35
D 35 MOORE, C. J., Mrs.,
P. 71 armed by the rebels,

D. 88
Gen. Hurlbut's order in reference MOORE, FRANKLIN B., Capt., D. 10 behavior of negro troops at Fort
to affairs in,
D. 8 Moore, —, Judge, of Ky., speech

Wagner,

Doc. 279
MEREDITH, S., Gen., Commissioner

at the reception of Gen. John H. debate in the rebel Congress on the
Oull's Letter to,
D. 20 Morgan,

D. 82 employment of, in the army, D. 86
Meridian, Miss., Sherman's Expedi- MOORE, Edwin, Major, Twenty-first efficiency of, in battle,

Doc. 42
tion to,
Doc. 473, 451, 491 Missouri volunteers,

D. 89 enlisted in General Foster's depart-
Metley's Ford, Tenn., fight at, D. 8 MOORE, Major, rebel. See Green-

ment,

D. 31
Metropolitan Fair, Inaugurated in

ville, N. C.,

D. 28 first negro prisoners arrive in Rich.
New-York,
D. 59 MOORE, T. J., chaplain to rebel Gen-

mond, Va.,

D. 49
“ Metropolitan Record " newspaper

eral Morgan,

P. 11 General Rosecrans's order in refer-
suppressed by Gen. Rosecrans, MOORE, WILLIAN F. See Arkansas.

ence to, in Missouri,

Doc. 450
D. 56 Moorefield, Va., fight at, Doc. 363 General Schofield's order in refer-
Michigan Volunteers, operations of MORGAN, EDWARD, Lieut., Doc. 532 ence to the enlistment of, D. 8
the Seventeenth against Knox- MORGAN, JOHN H., Gen.,

D. 1 General Hurlbut's order on the disci-
ville,
Doc. 253 escapes from prison in Ohio, D. 16 pline of,

D. 22
First Regiment of,

D. 71 reception of, at Richmond, Va., D. 32 no quarter given to, by the rebels, D. 22
Fourth Regiment of,

D. 87 account of the escape of, Doc. 813 incident of the courage of, P. 5, 6
Fifth Regiment of,

D. 29 appeal from to his soldiers, Doc. 320 National regiments of, in the expe-
Twenty-third Regiment of, D. 33 contributions for his new com-

dition to King and Queen Court-
MILES, W. P., of rebel Congress. See

mand,
D. 33 House, Va.,

D. 52
Amnesty Proclaination in the " Adventures of, and his Men," Sup- recruiting in Kentucky,

D. 21
rebel Congress,
D. 21 pressed in Missouri,

D. 57 See President Lincoln's letter to
noticed,

D.
verses" supposed to be written by,"

Governor Hahn,

D. 52
MILES, J. B. See Arkansas, Doc. 3:25 etc.,

P. 12 speech of a negro soldier at Yew-Or-
Mill Point, Va., report of the fight at, MORGAN, MARGARET F., poem by, P.

20
leans,

P. 25
Doc. 155 Morristown, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 465 the enlistment of, in Nashville, Ten.
MILLER, H, B., Col. Seventy-second Morrisville, Va., rebel guerrillas cap-

nessee,

D. 25
Indiana Regiment,

D. 39
tured near,

D. 70 the enlistment of in Kentucky, D. 53
MILLER, J. W., noticed,

P. 8 Morton Station, Miss., Sherman's testimony of, in the Fort Pillow case,
Mills, - private Eighty-first Ohio,
troops pass through, Doc. 476, 450

Doc. 10
D. 99 Morton's Ford, Va., fight at,

massacre of, at Fort Pillow, Doc.
MINE, ANDREW. See Mobile,
Doc. 121

Doc. 240 ; D. 8 at the fight of Snydersville, D. 58
MILTON, Jonx, Gov. of Florida, Doc. 417 MOSBY, J. S., capture of a portion of effect of, at the South, D. 63, 67
Mine Run, Va., battle of,
D. 15 his command,
D. 46 See Rufus Saxton,

D. 2
General Meade withdraws from, D. 16 surprise of his men at Little Wash- See Contrabands,

Doc. 261
account of the withdrawal, D. 16, 17 ington, Va.,

Doc. 290 See Colore i Troops.
"Minna,'' English steainer, captured, at Loudon Heights,

Doc. 829 See Labor in Louisiana, Doc. 870
D. 19 accoumts of his raid on the Orange NELSON, --, Acting Ensign, D. 70
“ Minnesota," attempt to blow up the

and Alexandria Railroad, Doc. 462 NELSON, Joseph K., Lieut., Third Ala-
flag-ship,

D. 62
how he was outwitted,

P. 61 bama colored troops, bravery of,
" Minnie," capture of the,
D. 34 noticed,
D. 85, 17

P. 47
“Miriam," capture of the English Moscow, Tenn., attack on,

D. 2 Neuse River, N. C., account of the ex-
schooner,

D. 72
fight near,

Doc. 335
pedition up the,

Doc. 198
Mission Ridge, capture of the north- MOSBY, Joux, Eighth Kentucky, no- Neutrality of England,

D. 00
ern extremity of,

D. 13
ticed,

Doc. 221 Newbern, N. C.. General Peck's order
operations near,
Doc. 200, Mossy brook, Tenn., fight at,

on the attack on,

D. 50
Colonel Grose's report of the bat-

Doc. 294; D. 29 reports of the attack on, Doc, 358
tle of,
Doc, 603 skirmish at,

D. 83 Yew Creek Valley, Va., fight in the, D. 40
incidents of,

P. 5 Mound City, Ark., rebel spies exe. New Creek, Va., rebels capture a train
Mississippi, loyal troops, Sixth Regi-

cuted at,

D. 57
near,

Dac, 362
ment of,

D. 6 Mount Elba, Ark., expedition to, D. 57 New Hampshire Volunteers, Fourth
Sherman's Expedition into, Doc. 497 MOUTON, ALFRED, Gen., noticed, Doc, 567 Regiment of,

D. 47
Gen. Sherman's Report, Doc. 469 killed at Pleasant Hill, Doc. 555 New-Jersey Volunteers, nohle conduct
Journal of the March, Doc. 470 MOWER, JOHN A., Brig.-Gen,

of the Twenty-third Regiment of,
National accounts,
Doc. 471
D. 59, 53; Doc. 199

P. 19
Mississippi River, list of steamers See Pleasant Hill, La.,

Doc. 53:)
Ninth Regiment of,

D. 63
destroyed on the,

D. 22 “M. P. Burton," capture of the, D. 61 New-Kent Court-House, Va., fight at,
Missouri, Gen. Guitar relinquishes his Mulberry, Tenn., guerrilla outrages

D. 48
command in,

D. 59
near,

Doc. 828 Newmarket, W. Va., fight near, D. 9
Gen. Rosecrans's order in reference Mulberry Gap, Tenn., fight at, D. 46 Newmarket, Tenn., occupied by the
to negroes in,
Doc, 450 MULLANY, J. R. M., Com., Doc. 101 rebels,

D. 35
restrictions on trade in, removed, D. 36 MULLIGAN, JAMES A., Col., report on New Mexico, operations in, Doc. 327, 363
Missouri Volunteers, Twenty-first Re-

the attack at Moorefeld, Va., New Orleans, La., General Mansfield
giment of,
D. 39

Doc. 363 ; D. 33 Lovell's operations at, in 1902, D. 12
Thirty-second infantry of, pickets MUNDAY, E, H., Poem by,

P. 51 General Banks constitutes & board
attacked,
D. 53 MUNDY, GEORGE, Lieut. Com., report

of education at,

D. 56
Eleventh cavalry of,

D. 46 of operations at Mobile, Doc. 110 NEWTON, Joun, Gen., at the Rapidan,
Second Regiment of,
D. 60 MURDOCK, JAMES E.,

P 32

Doc, 449

3!

?)

O'NEIL,

raid on,

PAGE
PAGE

PAGK
NEWTON, John, Gen., relieved of his Ohio, National Guard of, called into PALMER, JOHN M., Major-Gen., Doc. 309
cominand in the army of the Poto-

service,
D. 71 See Dalton, Ga.,

Doc, 602
mac,

D. 56

volunteers, bravery of at Chatta- PALMER, J. C., Fleet-Surgeon. Doc. 102
New-York City, volunteer fund of, D. 21 nooga,

Doc. 223 PALMER, ; Col., captures General
incident of the riot in,
P. 5 Sixth regiment of,
P. 5 Vance,

D.
merchants of, address a letter to the

Forty-ninth Regiment of, D. 41 Palmyra, Tenn., fight near, Doc. 207
Secretary of the Navy on the dep- Fifty-sixth Regiment of,

D. 60 Panther Springs, Tenn., fight at, D. 49
redations of the rebel privateers, Seventy-fifth Regiment of, D. 72 PARHAN, L. H. See Returned Prison-
Dot, 167 Seventy-seventh Regiment of, D. 72

ers,

Doc. 89
New-York Volunteers, Eighteenth Reg. Eighty-first Regiment of,

D. 88 PARKER, A. M., Surgeon,

D. 16
iment of,

D. 63 One Hundred and Eleventh Regi- PARKER, FOXHALL A., Lieut. Com., er-
Eighty-fifth Regiment of, D. 67, 63 ment of,

D. 83

pedition up the Rappahannock
Ninety-third Regiment of, D. 23 Fourth battalion of cavalry of, D.

River, Va.,

D. 69
Ninety-ninth Regiment of, D. 69 Twelfth Caralry of,

D. 60 noticed,

D. 72
One Hundredth Regiment of D. 63 "0. K.," schooner, captured, D. 72 PARKER, WILLIAM. See Mobile, Doc. 129
One Hundred and Twenty-first Reg- Okalona, Miss., account of the fight Paris, Joux, Chaplain, rebel, account
iment of,
D. 4 at,

Doc. 459, 490 of the capture of Hoke's brigade,
One Hundred and Forty-eighth Reg- rebel account of the fight at, Doc. 495

Doc. 165
iment of,

D 10 “Old Rosy," by Kane O'Donnell, P. 21 Paris, Ky., guerrillas captured near,
One Hundred and Fifty-eighth Reg. Olustee, Fla., battle of,

D. 46

D. 35
iment of,

D. 89, 61 Gen. Gillinore's report of the battle Partisan rangers, rebel act authoriz-
Twenty-first Artillery of,
D. 59 of,
Doc. 401 ing,

Doc. 422
Twenty-third Artillery of, D. 2 National account of the battle, Doc. 405 urged by Gen. Lee,

Doc. 422
Twelfth Cavalry of,

D. 28 Lieut. Eddy's account, Doc. 405 PARTRIDGE, L. H., Acting Master,
Fourteenth Cavalry of,
D. 58 defence of Gen. Seymour, Doc. 413

Doc. 47
Fifteenth Cavalry of,

D. 49 action of the colored troops at, Doc. 415 Passports, forbidden at the South, D. 30
First Mounted-Rifles of,

D. 52 rebel accounts of the battle, Doc. 417 PATRICK, REUBEX, Capt., surprises re-
New Zealanders, "are they belliger- Omega, La., rebels murder negroes

bels at Quicksand Creek, Ky., D. 59
ents?"

P. 10
at,

D. 25 PATTEN, --, Gen., rebel, at Droop
NICHOLS, C. A., Assist. Adjt.-Gen., Doc. 151 ONDERDONK, B. F., Col. First N. Y.

Mountain, Va.,

Doc. 155
NICHOLS, JOHN F., Lieut. Com., D. 22 Mounted Rifles,

D. 52 Patterson Creek Bridge, Va., fight at,
NICHOLS, MAXCEL
See Fort Pillow,
Captain gunboat Paw-

D. 40
Doc. 13 Paw. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 7 Patterson Creek Valley, Va., Union
NICHOLSON, J. W. A., Cor., report of O'NEILL, H. B., Ensign, report of the

train captured in,

Doc. 326
operations near Mobile, Doc. 122 fight at Gaines's Landing, Red PAUL, E. A., review of Kilpatrick's
noticed,
Doc. 101 River,
Doc. 529 expellition,

Doc. 593
Nickajack Trace, Tenn., National pick- “Only a Private Killed," by H. L. Peace, resolutions of the rebel Con-
ets inassacred at,
D. 70 Gordon,
P. 63 gress in relation to,

D. 42
NIELDS, HENRY C., Acting Ensign, Onslow County, N. C., Gen. Palmer's

rebel terms of,

P. 45
bravery of
Doc. 105 expedition to

D. 87 Linton Stephens's resolutions on, D. 55
Nielly's Ohio Battery, noticed, D. 81 cavalry expedition into,

D. 39 “Peace on Earth,"

P. 23
Niu s Battery, at Pleasant Hill, La., "Orainoneta," capture of the D. 68 PEARCE, Joun, Lient., noticed, Doc. 5:25

Doc. 551 | Orange and Alexandria Railroad, PECK, Joux J., Major-Gen. See Reta-
“Nina," capture of the,

D.
train, on attacked,

D. 17 liation in North-Carolina, Doc. 419
“Niphon,"gunboat, captures a block-

D. 22 orders in reference to the attack on
ade-runner,
D. 4 heavy freshet on,
D. 62 Newbern, N. C.,

D. 50
Norfolk, Va., Gen. Butler opens the Gen. Stuart's raid on the, Doc. 402 order in reference to the expedition
gas-works of
D. 28 Orange Court-House, Va., meeting of

to Bogue and Bear Inlets, N. C.,
Norris, Tuomas, Thirty-second Mis-

rebel chaplains at,
D. 23

D. 61
souri Infanti'y,
D. 53 ORCUTT, NEWELL,

D. 26 orders in reference to the capture
"North-American Review," article on ORD, E. 0. C., Major-Gen., report of

of Plymouth, N. C.,

D. 68
the “ President's Policy," D. 34 the battle of Grand Coteau, Doc. 149 noticed,

D. 4, 14, 29
North-Carolina, disaffection to the Osage River, depredations of bush- Pecos River, New Mexico, battle on
rebel cause in,
D. 7, 13 whackers on,

D. 69
the,

Doc. 827
See Zebulon B. Vance,

D. 13 OSBAND, ---, Col. First Missouri Ca- Pega, THOMAS. See Cherokees, D. 14
effect of the conscription law in, D. 85

valry,

Doc, 417 PEGRAM, Joux, Gen., rebel, Doc. 165
operations in. See Halleck's re- Osceola, Ark., Missouri troops gur- Pembina, Dacotah, Sioux Indians at,
port,
Doc. 172 prised near,

D. 60 surrendler,

D. 81
account of Gen. Wir's expedition OSTERHAUS, P. J., Brig.-Gen., Doc. 198, PENDLETON, GEORGE H., Acting Mas-
into,
Doc. 297 605.

ter, noticed,

Doc. 355
rebel barbarities in,

Doc. 379 at Lookout Mountain, Doc. 213 PENYEBACKER, C. D., Col., Doc. 313
retaliation in, correspondence be- OULD ROBERT, letter to Gen. Meredith, PENNOCK, ALEXANDER M., Com. See
tween Generals Peck and Pickett,

D. 20 Fort Pillow,

Doc, 37, Doc. S
Doc. 418 See Exchange of Prisoners, D. 3 Pennsylvania, Thirteenth Regiment
North-Carolina Salt-Works, destruc- noticed,

D. 22 of,

D. 64
tion of the,
D. 69 Our Country's Cause, by M. J. M. Fiftieth Regiment of,

D. 23
North-Carolina Volunteers, loyal,

Sweat,

P. 30

Seventy-sixth Regiment of, D. 54, 55
First Regiment of,
D. 28 Our Country's Flag, by B. H. Hall, P. 21 Eighty-fifth Regiment of,

D. 47
Third rebel cavalry of,
D. 23 Our Flag in '61, by D. B. Duffield, P. 80 Eleventh Cavalry of,

D. 52
Northern Traders, operating at the “Our Hero-Dearl," by Charles Boyn- Thirtieth Cavalry of,

D, 50)
South,
D. 35 ton Howell,
P. 69 Pensacola, Fla., fight near,

D. 65
NORTHROP, rebel, Commissary- Our Money, by Confed,

P. 27 PENWELL, Joux. See Fort Pillow.
General, his cruelty,

D. 18 Our President, 1861, a poem, P. 38 Perfectionists of Norfolk, Gen. But-
"Northward," by John Hay, P. 21 OWEN, E. K., Lieut. Com., expedition

ler's letter to the, D. 83, P. 43
NUGENT, ROBERT, Assist. Provost-Mar-

up the Yazoo River, Doc. 496 PERKINS, G. H., Lieut. Com., Doc. 101
shal,

D. 1 Owen, J. T., Gen., noticed, D. report of operations near Mobile,
"Nutfield," capture of the, D. 41 See Rapidan River, Doc. 449, 450

Doc. 126
captures the “Mary Sorley," D. 58
P
“ Persis," capture of the,

D. 52
OAKLEY, F. M.,
D. 19

“Pet," capture of the steamer, D. 45
Ohion River, Tenn., Fight on the, D. 10 Paducah, Ky., attacked by Gen. Petersburgh, West-Va., evacuation of,
O'CONNOR, REGINALD. See Nickajack

Forrest,
Doc. 1, D. 56

D. 89
Trace,

D.

account of the battle at, Doc. 499, 501, rebels capture a train near, Doc. 362
Occoquan Road, Va., fight on the, D. 71 503, 505, 506.

PETTIBONE, H, D., Sergt., noticed,
Ode on the inauguration of the Al- Page, R. L., Brig.-Gen., rebel., Doc. 102

Doc. 511
bany Army Relief Bazaar, P. 20 Page Valley, Va., account of the ex- PETTIGREW, J. J., Gen., rebel, his bri-
ODELL, MOSES F. See Returned Pris. 1 pedition through,

Doc. 299 gade at Gettysburgh, Pa., D. 54
oners,
Doc. 89 Paintsville, Ky., fight at,

D. 63 PHELPS, S. L., Lieut. Com., Doc. 5:22
ODLIN, JAMES H., Capt.,

Doc. 45 PALMER, J. W., Gen., noticed, D. 40 report of the Red River expedition,
O'DOXNELL, KANE,
P. 21 report on the attack on Newbern,

Doc. 519
Ohio, plot to liberate rebel prisoners

N. C.,

Doc. 359 Philadelphia, Tenn., skirmish at, Doc. 314
in,

D. 1 expedition of, to Onslow and Jones · Philippi," U. S. steamer, reports of
treatment of rebel prisoners in, P. 60 counties, N. C.,

D. 37
the loss of the,

Doc. 143

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