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PuiLLIPS, - Capt. Eighty-fifth Pa., PRENTISS, -, Capt.,

Doc. 531

Rebel army, want of religious infu-
D. 61 Presto," steamer, captured, D. 40 ence in,

D. 23, 24
Phillips, Col. of the Indian bri- PRESTON,
Col. First Vermont "nerve" wanted in the,

D. 34
D. 23 Cavalry,

Doc. 573
poorly clad,

D. 81
See Indian Territory,

D. 45 PRICE, STERLING, deserters from his Rebel barbarities; cruelty to prison-
PHILLIPS, ---, Col., drives the rebel

army arrive at Van Buren, Ark.,



partisan Roddy to the south of

D. 49 Gen. 'Thomas's order, January 6,
the Tennessee River,

D. 33 noticed,
Doc. 527, D. 56, 59, 65

Doc. 828
Pilillips, Lieut., Second Mo., killed, Prince, EDWARD, Col. Seventh ill. account of the executions in North-


D. 26

Doc, 379
PICKETT, G. E., Gen., rebel, at Bache- at Bolivar,

Doc. 334
in Alabama,

P. 29
lor's Creek, N. C.,
Doc. 358 PRINCE, Gen. See Rapidan,

accounts of,

Doc. 15, 16, 19,

retaliates for the hanging of David

Doc. 24-2
See Tullahoina,

D. 26

D. 93 Prisoners, a plot to liberate, in Ohio, Rebel "Bird of Art," the account of,
orders the hanging of Union men in

D. 1

Doc. 893

Doc. 879 See Exchange of Prisoners, D. 11, 83 Rebel Commerce; the Governor's Me-
See Retaliation in North-Carolina, the treatment of, at Richmond, D. 15 morial,

Doc, 596
Doc. 419 See Rebel Prisoners,

D. 27 Rebel Commissariat, circular of the,
at Fort Gray, N. C.,
D. 67 Union prisoners arrived at Fortress

Doc, 319
D. 50, 40 Monroe,


50 Rebel Congress, debate in the, on the
PIERSON, A. B., Master of the Minne-

See Neal Dow,

D. 56

employment of substitutes in the
D. 57 returned from the South, report on


D. 18
PILLOW, GIDEON J., Gen. See Fort

the condition of,

Doc. 89 debate on the amnesty proclamation
P. 37 account of operations in reference


D. 21
Pine Bluff, Ark., National wagon-

to the exchange of,

Doc. 187 memorial of the generals to the, D. 27
train captured near,
D. 72 Col. Streight's report on the treat- thanks Gen. R. E. Lee,

D. 81
fight near,
D. 35 ment of Union, at the South, outlaws Gen. Butler,

D. 35
Piney Factory, Tenn., fight at D. 2

Doc. 450, D. 49 debate on the employment of ne-
Pilatka, Fla., occupation of, D. 51 report of the United States Commis.

groes in the army,

D. 36
expedition from,

D. 58
sary of,

D. 67 resolutions in relation to peace com-
Plate, surrender of the, in the South, number of, captured from the reb-


D. 42
D. 26 els,

D. 67 Jefferson Davis's message to the,
Pleasant Hill, La., battle of, D. 62 See Rebel Prisoners,

P. 60 December 7, 1963,

Doc. 264
accounts of the battle of, Doc. 535 PROCTOR, EDNA DEAN,

P. 265 address of the, to the people of the
PLEASONTON, ALFRED, Gen., D. 9 Pulaski, Tenn, Union forage wagons

confederate States,

Doc. 895
See Kilpatrick's raid,
Doc. 571 captured near,

D. 33 Rebel conscripts. See Conscripts, Doc. 459
relieved of his command in the army PORDY, William B., Paymaster, Doc. 57 Rebel conscription law; its effect on
of the Potomac,
D. 56

the people,

D. 85
assigned to duty,

D. 63

act approved January 5, 1964, Doc. 329
Plymouth, N. C., capture of, by the

Rebel cruelties. See Paducah, Doc. 1

D. 6S Quallatown, N. C., expedition to D. 43 See Fort Pillow.
Pocotaligo, S. C., scouting-party to, D. 12 | QUANTIRELL,

- guerrilla, noticed, Rebel currency bill, effect of the pas.
Pocahontas, Nationals driven from, D. 17

D. 23
sage of the,

D. 47

-- Capt., operations of, at QUEREDO, John. See Mobile, Doc. 118 Rebel deserters, accounts of, D. 40

Doc. 251 Quicksand Creek, Ky., rebels sur- See Deserters.

prised at,

D. 59 Rebel finances. See Currency, Doc. 431
at Vidalia, La.,
Doc. 378

See Doc. 271.
POLK, LEONIDAS, Lieut.-Gen., order on

Rebel impressments,

D. 72
assuming command in Miss., D. 25

general order of March 7, 1964, Doc. 892
address of February twenty-sixth, RABB, D. G., Major, Second Ind. Vol- Rebel judiciary ; the first discussion

Doc, 485

D. 60 in Georgia under the anti-substi.
retreat of, from Meridian, Miss., Raccoon Ford, Va., fight at, Doc. 210 tute law,

Dac, 893
Doc. 491 Raleigh, N. C., rebel powder-mills ex- Rebel Point, near Knoxville, Tenn.,
See Paducah, Ky.

plode at,

D. 59
fight at,

Dec, 251
Nashville " Times," criticism on, P. 24 "Rally round the Flag, Boys," an in- Rebel Press, on the situation, D. 65
POLLARD, E. A., his history of the war


P. 85 Rebel prisons, some account of the,
suppressed in Mo.,
57 RAMSAY, F. M., Com. See Washita

Doc. 187
Pontotoc, Miss., fight at, Doc. 488, 490 River,

Doc. 444 Rebel prisoners, a plot to liberate, D. 1
Gen. S. D. Lee's report of the fight RANDOLPH,

-, Major C.S.A

D. 55 enlist in the national navy, D. 27
Doc. 493 " Ranger," blockaile-runner, account

violate their parole,

D. 16
POPE, John, Major-Gen., notice to emi-

of the destruction of the, Doc. 403 plot to rescue those at Columbus,
D. 53 RANKIN, DANIEL H. See Fort Pillow,


D. 46
Pope Run, Va., destruction of the Ransom, M. W., Brig.-Gen., D. 50 treatment of, in Ohio,

P. 00
bridge at,

Doc, 462 at the assault on Plymouth, N. C., D. 68 Rebel privateers, letter of New York
Port Hudson, La., rebels make a dash Ransom, T. E. G., Brig.-Gen., report

merchants on the,

Doc. 167

D 59 of the reduction of Fort Esperan- Rebel States. See Confederate States.
Porter, A. P., Lieut.-Col., noticed,

Doc. 215 Rebel terms of peace,

P. 45
Doc. 309
at Pleasant Hill, La.,

Doc. 537 Rebel volunteer Navy organized, D. 72
See Army of the Cumberland, Doc. 809 wounded,

Doc. 511 Rebel war department, report of the
PORTER, BENJAMIN H., Ensign, D. 22 noticed,

Doc. 517 Secretary of the,

D. 00
Porter, D. D., Rear Admiral, D. 53 Rapidan River, Va., crossing of the, by Rebels, operations of the, in 1960, Doc. 397
reports of the Red River expedition,

Gen. Meade's army,

D. 14 number of, captured by the Nation-
Doc. 517 rebel demonstration on the, D. 17 als,

D. 67
reports of the expedition up the movements of the Union forces on Rectortown, Md., fight near, D. 30
Black and Washita Rivers, Doc. 444 the,

Doc. 239 Red River, rebel operations on the, 1. 56
report of the fight at Gaines's Land-

recrossed by Meade's army, Doc. 243 expedition up the, official reports of
ing, Red River,
Doc. 529 Richmond “ Dispatch” accounts of


Doc, 517, 510), 541
report of the expedition up the Ya-

the movements on, in November, perilous situation of the fleet in the,
zoo River,
Doc. 496 1863,
Doc. 243

Doe. 525
PORTER, HORACE, Capt., Aid to Gen. account of the crossing of, in Febru- operations of the army in the, Doc. 333

D. 59
ary, 1961,

Doc. 445 expedition after guerrillas, Doc. 384
PORTER, THOMAS, Sergeant Twenty- Rappahannock River, Va., account of account of the passage of the falls
third Maus. Regiinent,
D. 61 an expedition up the,

D. 69 by the fleet,

Doc, 329
Potomac Flotilla, destroys rebel grain, reports of the lights on the, Doc. 160, 162 Missouri“ Republican"account,
D 72 Rappahannock Station, Van, battle at.

Doc, 549
POTTER, ---, Bishop of Pa., D. 11

D. 4 Philadelphia Press" account,
POSEY, CONRAD, Gen., death of, D. S account of the fight at, Doc. 161, 162

Doc, 545
Pound Crn, Tenn., fight at, D. 63 RAWLINS, J. A., Adjt.-Gen., D. 36, 37 Lacon, Illinois, "Gazette" account,
Powell's River Bridge, account of the RAY, JOHN F. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 81

Doc, 59

P. 82 New Orleans “Fra" account, Doc. 551
Prairie D'Ann, Ark., battle at,

62 “Rebel,'' schooner captured, D. 48 Chicago " Tribune" account, Doc. 557
Preble, GEORGE HENRY, Com., report Rebel anti-substitute law, constitu- New-York " Herald" account, Doc. 960
of the escape of the Florida, Doc. 421 tionality of, affirmed,

D. 56
Rebel addresses,

Doc. 567



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REED, J. S., Capt. Second Mass. Caval-

command of the Department of Scott's Mill Road, Tenn., National
D. 47 Missouri,
D. 40 pickets surprised on the,

D. 38
REED, —, Lieut., attempted escape suppresses the “Metropolitan Re- Scottsville, Ky., captured by the
D. 24 cord,
D. 56 rebels,

D. 39
REED, P. S., Lieut. See Collierville, sharp letter to Gen. Halleck, P. 55 SCOVILLE, HORACE C., Lt.,

D. 70

Doc. 462 order in reference to negroes in Mis- “Scyugle," origin and meaning of the
Relieving Guard, by F. B. Harte, P. 81 souri,

Doc. 450 term,

P. 47
Requiem, by George Lunt,

P. operations of in 1863, Doc. 173“Silvanus,” ship chased ashore, D. 31
Response of the Colored Soldiers, by See Chickamauga,

Doc. 363 Seabrook Island, rebel attacks on, D. 54
Edna Dean Proctor,
P. 2 noticed,

D. 63; P. 53 SEAVER, JAMES T., report of the loss
Retaliation, in North-Carolina, Doc. 418 Rosecrans, a poem,

P. 2 of the Philippi,

Doc. 143
See Samuel Jones,

D. 33

Rosetta," steamer, captured, D. 89 SEBASTIAX, J. K. See Arkansas, Doc. 325
See John G. Beall,

D. 22 Rosina," capture of the schooner, D. 63 Secret Rebel Circular, 1860, Doc. 597
Mr. Grice's resolution in the Vir-

Ross, -- Capt., deserts from the SEDDON, J. A., rebel Secretary of War,
ginia State Senate,

Doc. 455
rebel army,

D. 49

property of, destroyed, Doc. 584
See Gen. Wild's expedition, Doc. 801 Ross, L. S., Brig.-Gen., at Liverpool instructions in reference to the
Returned prisoners, rebel treatment


Doc. 417 farmers in North-Carolina, D. 7


D. 41, 49 SEDGWICK, JOHN, Major-Gen., at Kel-
REVELLE, ILARDY N., affidavit in the Ross, William P. See Cherokees, D. 14 ly's Ford,

D. 4
Fort Pillow case,
Doc. 66 Rosser, THOMAS L., Gen., rebel account See Halleck's report,

Doc. 169
REYsoLDS, WILLIAM. See Nickajaok

of his expedition into Culpeper, assigned to the command of the
D. 71 Va.,

D. 10
Sixth Corps,

D. 56
REYNOLDS, guerrilla, capture of, his expedition from Fredericks- noticed,

Doc. 163, 571
D. 64

burgh, Va., rebel version, D. 27 SELFRIDGE, T. O., Lieut. Com. See Red
D. 71 at Rectortown, Md.,

D. 80 River expedition,

Doc. 521
RICHARDSON, - Col., guerrilla, cap- in Patterson Creek Valley, Doc. 326 SEMES, RAPHAEL, commander of the

D. 43
at Moorefield, Va.,
Doc. 863 Alabama,

D. 27
BIOTIARDSON, R. V., Gen., D. 49, Doc. 457 noticed,

D. 22, 41 Sevierville, Tenn., fight at,


Richmond, Va., “balls and famine in," Round Pond, Mo., guerrilla murders SEWARD, WILLIAM H., noticed, Doc. 461

D. 12

D. 41 See Emancipation proclaination, D. 54
thievo, in,

D. 22 Rowe, J., Sergt., noticed, Doc. 46 “his insolent despatch to Mr.
the Irish in,
D. 83 RUFIN, ANX JANE. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 63 Adam,"

D. 66
prices in the markets of, P. 35 Russell, DAVID A., Brig.-Gen., at Rap- SEYMOUR, TRUMAN, Gen. See Olustee,
excitement in, in consequence of

pahannock Station,
Doc. 162

D. 46
the approach of Butler's troops, D. 42 congratulatory order on the passage general orders on the success in
expenses of living in,
D. 47 of the Rappahannock, Doc. 166 Florida,

Doc. 401
Kilpatrick's expedition against, D. 48 Russellville, Tenn., skirmish at, Doc. 466 defence of the Olustee asfair, Doc. 413
accounts of Gen. Kilpatrick's raid

account of his campaign in Florida,
Doc. 571, 590

Doc, 394
the capture of considered, D. 70


SHACKLEFORD, Gen., reconnoissance of,
rebel impressing agents in,
D. 72

to Boyd's Ferry,

Doc. 234
RICHMOND, DEAN, noticed,
D. 1 Sabine Crogs-Roads, La., account of at Bean Station,

D. 20
RICHMOND, LEWIS, Assist. Adjt.-Gen.,

the battle of,

Doc. 455

Doc. 259 Saline River, Ark., fight near the, D. 72 "Sharpe," rebel steamer, sinking of
Richmond " Examiner," on the situa- Salt-Works, destroyed,

D. 69

Doc. 497
tion, December 1, 1863, D. 29 Sam's Mills, Tenn., Union forage wag. Shaw, GEORGE. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 16
Richmond "Whig," on the condition

ons captured at,

D. 38 Suaw, W. T., Col. See Pleasant Hill,
of affairs at the South,. D. 80 Sanitary Commission,

D. 59, 67

Doc, 537
" Richmun on the Jeems,"

a poem,
anecdotes of the,

P. 25 SHEETS, Lieut.-Col., Ninety-sec-
P. 57 SANDERSON, J. P., Provost-Marshal of

ond Illinois Regiment,

D. 70
RIED, WHITELAW, account of the Eman-


D. 57 SHELBY, - Col., at the fight near
cipation Proclamation, D. 51 Sangster's Station, Va., rebel attack Piney Factory, Tenn.,

D. 2
Ringdove," capture of the, D 22


D. 22, 23 SHELBY, -, Capt., Second Missouri
RINGFIELD, JOHN H., Rev., Doc. 455 SANDERS, W. P., Gen., at Metley's


D. 41
Ringgold, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 209 Ford, Tenn.,

D. 3 Shelbyville, Ky., guerrilla descent
battle at,
Doc. 215 driven into Knoxville, Tenn., D. 9 upon,

D. 62
Ring old cavalry, noticed,
D, 89 Burnside's order on the death of,

fight near,

D. 63
RINGS, M. E., Capt. report of the cap-

Doc. 257 Sheldon, B., report of th destruc-
ture of guerrillas near Tiptonville, notice of,

Doc. 252 tion of the " Smith Briggs," Doc. 442

Doc. 447 Sandy Hook, N. C., fight at, Doc. 302 SHELTON, JOHN W. See Fort Pillow,
Riot, at Charleston, Ill.,

Doc. 59) SARGENT, H, B., Col., wounded, D. 55 SUEPLEY, G. F., Gen., statement in the
Rivanna River, Va., Gen. Custer de. Sartatia, Miss., fight at,

D. 41 Fort Pillow case,

Doc. 77
stroys a rebel camp at, Doc. 570 Savannah, Ga., riot of women in, D. 67 SHERIDAN, Philip H., Gen., Doc. 203
" Robert E. Lee," capture of the, D. 4 SavacoL, EDWIN F., Sergt. See Black- See Dandridge, Tenn., Doc. 833
Robertson's Tavern, VA., fight at, Doc. 240 ford,

Doc. 469

assigned to the command of cavalry
Robinson, BENJAMIN, Sergt. See Fort SAWTELLE, Major, noticed, Doc, 531 in the Army of the Potoinoc, D. 58

Doc. 11 SAWYER, Capt. release of, D. 53 SHERMAN, ROBERT. See Mobile, Doc. 122
ROBINSON, J. F. D., Acting Master, D. 11 “Saxon," capture of the bark, 21 SHERMAN, W. T., Major-Gen., report of
ROBINSON, Joux 0., Rev., of Rogers- Saxton, Rufus, Gen., circular to the

the battle of Chattanooga, Doc. 198
ville, Tenn.,

P. 26. freedmen announcing the sale of his letter on the treatment of South-
ROBINSON, WILEY. See FortPillow, Doc. 27 lands in South-Carolina, D. 2


Doc. 851
Rockford, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 315 SCAMMON, E. P., Gen., at the fight at and the brave drummer-boy, P. 53
Rocky Face, Ga., fight at, Doc. 427 Lewisburgh, Va.,

D. 20 arrives at Knoxville,

D. 17
Rocky Gap, Va., fight at. See Hal- account of the capture of, Doc. 495 the "Flank Movements" of P. 29
leck's report,
Doc. 171 SCHENCK, ROBERT C., Major-Gen., re-

See Fort Pillow,


RODERICK, E, A., Acting Ensign, D. 69 linguishes his command, D. 17 assigned to the command of the
RODDY, Gen., driven to the south resolution reprimanding Mr. Harris

division of the Mississippi, D. 51
of the Tennessee River, D. 88

of Maryland,
D. 61 expedition of, started,

D. 40

D. 6 SCHETKY, CHARLES A, Soe For: Pil- report of his Mississippi expedition,
ROE, F. A., Lieut. Com.,

D. 40
Doc. 59

Doc, 469
Rogers, GEORGE W., Acting Master, Schmidt, Capt., Fourteenth New-York rebel accounts,

Doc. 455
Doc. 525 Cavalry,

D. 59 described by a Southern woman,
D. 41 SCHOFIELD, John M., Major-Gen., or-

Doc. 436
Rogersville, Tenn., fight at, D. 8

ders in reference to enlisting col- rebel press on the operations of, in
account of the fight at, Doc. 153

ored troops,
D. 8 Mississippi,

Doc. 495
rebel account of,
Doc. 151 relieved by Gen. Rosecrans, D. 40 noticed,

Doc. 8, 42, 44
“ROLF KRAKE," the Danish monitor, assigned to the conimand of Twen- SARWARD, DAVID,

D. 43
D. 66 ty-third Army Corps, D. 59 SHIPMAN, WILLIAM W. C. See Mobile,
Romney, Va., Col. Campbell's recon- SCHOONMAKER, C. M., Lieut. Seo Mo-

Doc. 125
noissance to,

D. 40

Doc. 133 SHIRK, JAMES W., Lieut. Com., at the
Roor, -, Lieut.-Ool. Fifteenth N. Y. "Scotia," steamer, captured, D. 48 battle of Paducalı, Doc, 1, 50), 506
D. 49 | “Scotia," capture of the schooner, D. 43 See Fort Pillow,

Doc. 38
ROSECRANS, W. S., Major-Gen., assumes Scott, rebel, noticed,

D. 2 1 SuumaTE, guerrilla,

D. 68

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SICKLES, DANIEL E., Major-Gen. See SPARROW, W. G., account of, D. 2 STREIGUT, A. D., Col., attempted es-
Doc. 350 Spurta, Tenn., fight at,
Doc. 206

D. 24
SIEBERT, ---, Col. See Charlestown, rebels surrender themselves at, D. 57 escapes from Libby Prison,

Doc. 292 figlt neur,

Doc. 305 report of the condition of prison-
Siege of Cincinnati, Ohio, operations SPEAR, S. P., Col. Eleventh Pennsyl-

ers at the South, D. 49; Doc. 450
of the Black Brigade, Doc. 310 vanin cavalry,

D. 52
"Strike !” by E. S. Ellis,

P. 70
“Signal,” account of the capture of SPICER, WILLIAM F., Com,

D. 42 STRONG, J. II., Com., report of opera-
the ste imer,
Doc. 527, 529,532 Spoonville, Ark., fight near, Doc. 515 tions near Mobile,

Doc. 119
Simmsport, La., capture of, Doc. 430 SPRINGER, GEORGE A. See Nickajack noticed,

Doc. 101
Sioux Indians, surrender to the Na-


D. 71 Sirong Band," principles of the,
tional forces,
Doc. 81 Springfield, Mo., rebel raid near, D. 56

Doc. 883
“Sir Williain Wallace," steamer, fired Springfield, Va., fight at,

D. 41 STCART, GEORGE H., President of the
D. 39 “Spunky," capture of the schooner,

Christian Commission,

D. 4
Lieut., Nineteenth

D. 60 STUART, G. H., Gen., rebel, at the ope-
Iowa Regiment,

D. 22 “Spunky,” capture of the steamer, rations on the Rapidan, Doc. 213
SLATER, JOHN C., Lieut., Thirty-fourth

D. 45 noticed,

D. 23: Doc. 213
Kentucky Infantry,

D. 46 St. Andrew's Bay, Fla., destruction of Stuart County, Tenn., capture of guer-
Slaves. See Negroes.

the silt-works at,

Doc. 280
rillas in,

D. 19
Slavery, in Tennessee. See Andrew

account of the destruction of salt SturGIS, SAMUEL D., Major-Gen., reach-
D. 7 works in the
Doc. 315 es Dandridge, Tenn.,

SLOCUM, II, W., Gen.,
D. 59 St. Augustine, Fla., skirmish near, D. 28 at Fair Gardens, Tenn.,

D. 87
Slougir, R. H., Mayor of Mobile, Ala,. St. Mark's, Fla., official reports of the noticed,

D. 35; Doc, 29.5
D. 45 destruction of salt-works near,

Substitutes at the South, Doc. 393
SMALL, ROBERT, Capt. See Olustee,

Doc. 419 Suffolk, Va., fight at,

Doc. 415 STAFFORD, J. A., Major, report of the rebel account of the attack on, D.
SMITH, A. J., Gen., at Alexandria, La.,

battles of Chattanooga, Doc. 227 SULLY, ALFRED, Brig-Gen., account
Doc. 519 STAMPS, DANIEL. See Fort Pillow.

of his operations in the North-
See Pleasant Hill, La., Doc. 535 STANLEY, PETER W. See Mobile,


Doc. 177
his remark to Gen. Banks at Plea-

Doc. 109 noticed,

D. 3
sant ilill, La.,

Doc. 511 Stannardsville, Va., rebel stores de- SULLIVAN, J. C., Brig.-Gen., order in
Doc. 429 ; D. 53, 72 stroyed at,

D. 48 reference to conscription in West-
Suitur, C. B., Lieut.,
Doc. 69 STANTON, E. M., Secretary of War,


D. 89
Suitu, CHARLES H., Col., First Maine

how he settled a point, P. 24 despatch in reference to Major

Doc. 289
despatch to the Mayor of Buffalo,

Cole's fight on Loudon Heights,
SMITH, Capt., gunboat Peosta.

D. 5

D. 32
See Port Pillow,


7 STAPLES, John L. See Mobile, Doc. 11? account of his expedition up the
SMITH, CALEB B., Judge, death of,
D. 32 STARR, rebel battery of, D. 25 valley of W. Va.,

D. 9, 26
SoilTH, E. KIRBY, Gen., anecdote of, P. 37 STEDMAN, -, Lieut.-Col. Sixth Ohio, See New Creek, Va.,

Doc. 362
at Pietzant Hill, La., Doc. 536

Doc. 569 SULLIVAN, JAMES, rebel,

P. 9
See Ro River campaizn, Doc. 516 STEELE, FRED., President Lincoln's in- SULLIVAN, JOHN S., Lieut., Doc. 450
SMITH, F. A., Lieut., testimony in the
structions to, on the reorganiza- SCHMERS, JOHN, Rev.,

P. 17
Fort Pillow
Doc, 66
tion of Arkınsas,

Doc. 839 SUMMERS, Willie, a loyal boy, P. 17

Doc. 199 address to the people of Arkansas, Summerville, Tenn., defeat of Colonel
SMITII, J. C. 0. See Arkansas, Doc. 32.5

D. 49
Prince near,

Doc, 334
Doc. 195 account of his expedition, Doc. 515 “Sumter," capture of the,

D. 50
- Lieut.-Col., Twentieth his expedition leaves Little Rock, Sumter, Bombardment of Fort,

D. 9
D. 56

D. 2, 3, 8, 9, 18.
Smith, MORGAN L., Gen., noticed,

occupies Camden, Ark., Doc. 516 Sumax, J. C. B., Col. Ninth Indiana,
Doc. 356, 195, 199 evacuates Canden, Ark.,

D. 72 noticed,

Doc. 605
SUITIT, SARAH ANX, an anxious wife, P. 35 crosses the Saline River in the re- "Susan," capture of the,

D. 32
Smiru, W. F., Major-Gen., report of
treat from Camden, Ark., D. 72 “Suspiria Ensis,'' a poein,

P. 69
the battle of Chattanooga, Doc. accourt of his expedition to ope- “Swallow," capture of the sloop, D. 55

194, 217
rate with Gen. Banks, Doc. 515 SWEAT, M. J. M.,

P. 80, 67
SMITH, W. S. Gen., cavalry expedition STEPHENS, John W., Lieut.-Col., report SWEENY, JAMES. See Returned Prison-
D. 41; Doc. 473, 455, 492 of the attack on “Freeman's


Doc. 99
National account of his cavalry ex-


Doc. 380
pedition into Mississippi, Doc. 487 | STEPHENS, Linton, his peace resolu-
rebel accounts of his expedition


D. 55

into Mississippi,

Doc. 493 STEPHENS, W. H., Col., noticed, Doc. 535
“Smith Briggs," destruction of the, STEVENS, HENRY, report on the James Taylor, Lewis, killed,

D. 7
Doc. 439
River expedition,

Doc. 442 TAYLOR, RICHARD, Gen., notices of the
artillery of, recaptured,
D. 63 STEVENS, T. H., Com., report of opera-

battle of Red River expedition,
Smithfield, Va., Gen. Graham's expe-

tions near Mobile,
Doc. 121

Doc. 567
D. 63, 4 noticed,
Doc. 101 noticed,

D. 55, 57
fight at,

Doc. 433 Stevensburgh, Pa., cavalry fight at, Taylor's Ridge, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 209
Smithville, N. C., account of an expe-

D. 4 skirmish near,

Doc. 493
dition to

Doc. 499 STEVENSON, C. L., Gen., rebel, D. 27 Tazewell Road, near Knoxville,
Snow-storms in Virginia,

D. 4, 56 STEWART,
Judge of the Provin-

Tenn., Union soldiers captured
SNYDER, J. W., Col.,
D, 89 cial Court of Admiralty, N. S.,


D. 87
Snydersville, Yazoo River, fight near,

D. 45 " Tecumseh," U. 8. Monitor, report
D. 59 “Stingray,” schooner, captured, D. 43 of the loss of the,

Dec. 144
Soldiers, how they amuse themselves, Stock Creek, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 315 Tennessee, operations of the rebel
P. 25 STOCKTON, JOSEPH, Rev., anecdote of

D. 20
SOLOMON, FRED., Gen., noticed, Doc, 517 the wife of,

P. 55 reörganization in, Gov. Johnson's
Sonora," ship captured by the Ala- STOKES, WILLIAM, Col., surprises


Doc. 340

D. 27

Champ Ferguson and his band, Gen. Forrest's raid in, Doc. 3:34
South, despondency at the, D. 34

D. 53, 54, 57 reorganization in, account of a
situation of military affairs at the, STONE, CHARLES P., Brig.-Gen., Doc. 246 meeting at Nashville, Doc, 858
D. 65 See Red River Campaign, Doc. 653 Fifth Cavalry of,

D. 53, 54
food in the, restricted, Doc. 323 Srone, William M., Gov. of Idaho, D. 44 Seventh Cavalry of,

D. 51
South-Carolina, sale of lands in, D. 2 STONEMAN, GEORGE, Gen.,

D. 59 Eleventh Cavalry of,

D. 46
the disposition of lands in, D. 80 Stono River, S. C., fight in, Doc. 291 Twenty-fifth Regiment of, D. 57
Gen, Gillinore's operations in, Duc. 173 STORY, , Capt. Twenty-third Mass. Tennessee River, Gen. Geary's expe-
South-Carolina volunteers, rchel, D. 1 Regiment,

D. 64 dition down the,

D. 64
Southerners, Gen. Sherman's letter


-, private Fiftieth mi- Gen. Roddy driven south of, D. 88
on the treatment of,
Doc. 351 nois, bravery of,

P. 47 | “Tennessee," rebel ram, capture of,
Southern Literature, fpecimens of, P. 27 Strawberry Plains, Tenn., National

Doc. 102,
Southern trade, northern operations

retreat from,
D. 36 description of the,

Doc. 132
in the,

D. 85 STREET, ALFRED B., poem on the death Terre Noir, Ark., fight near the, Doc, 515
“Southfield,” account of the destruc-

of Col. Lewis Benedict, P. 48 Terrisville, Tenn., raid toward, D. 83
D. 68 noticed,

P. 66 TERRY, H, D., Gen. See Rapidan,
“ Southwester steamer, capture of STREET, WILLIAM T., Acting Master, Texas, Gov. Hamilton's address to
men from the,
D. 40

D. 72
people of,

D. 81

dition to,

army in,

tion of the

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Texas, Gen. Magruder's address to THORNTON, C. C. G., Capt. See Fort VAN CLEVE, H. P., Gen., noticed, Doc. 365
the planters of,
Doc 244 Pillow,

Doc. 79 VANCE, J. W., Col., at Pleasant Hill,
account of Banks's expedition to, Thornton's Gap, Va., cavalry captured

Doc. 551
Doc. 146

D. 40 VANCE, ROBART B., Gen., capture of,
Eighth Regiment of,
D. 33 "Three Brothers," capture of the

Doc. 337; D. 33
Eleventh Regiment of,
D. 33 schooner,

D. 62 VANCE, ZERULON B., Gov. of N.C., Mes
Thanksgiving Day, in the loyal States, Three Mile Station, Va., fight at, D. 83

sage of, Nov. 24,

D. 13
D. 14 TILLSON, D., Brig.-Gen.,

D. 31 See Rebel Commerce,

Doc. 597
THAYER, JOHN M., Gen., order in ref- TINKUAM, HENRY E. See Mobile, Doc. 126 VAN DERKIEFT, B. A., Surgeon, testi-

erence to Miss De Jeunne, P. 53 Tiptonville, Tenn., capture of guerril- mony in the case of the returned
See Indian Territory,
D. 45

Doc, 447

Doc. 90
Doc. 517 " Titan," capture of the,

D. 50 VAVASSEUR, JOSIAH, of London, sup-
The African Color Sergeant, P. 31 To Arms and Fight, by J. Watts De plies the rebels with steel shot, P. 55
The American Nation," by James Peyster,

P. 64 VEATCH, JAMES C., Gen. See Fort Pil-
S. Watkins,
P. 22 To President Lincoln, stanzas ad-



The American War, a Scottish poem, dressed,

58 VENABLE, W. H.,

P. 11
P. 39 To the Army of the Cumberland, P.


Lt., Sixteenth Virgi-
The Army to the People, by Caroline TOBIN, Joux, Capt., Fifty-eighth Illi- nia rebel cavalry,

Doc. 495
A. Mason,

P. 88

Doc. 510 Vermont, Eighth regiment of, D. 63
The 1860 Association," the objects TOOMBS, J. H., Engineer, rebel, P. 9

Ninth cavalry of,

D. 39

Doc. 598 Toombs, ROBERT, speech at Milledge- Vernon County, Mo., records of, cap-
“The Battle," by A. A. A., P. 70 ville, Ga.,

D. 4 tured,

D. 35
The Battle above the Clouds, P. 9 TOTTEN, J. G. Major-Gen., denth of, D. 70 Verses, supposed to be written by Gen.
The Bayoret Charge, a poem, P. 59 Town Creek, Ala., rebels captured at, Jolin Morgan, on surveying his cell
The Blue Coat, by Bishop Burgess, P.

Doc, 357 in the Ohio Penitentiary,

P. 12
" The Brave Drummer-Boy," P. 53 TOWNER ARCHIBALD, Thirty-second “Vesta," blockade-runner, accounts
The Children's Table, by M. J. M. Missouri infantry,

D. 53

of the destruction of the, Doc. 464

P. 67 TOWNSEND, E, D., Aljt.-Gen., Doc. 145 Vicksburgh, Miss., the capture of,
The Conflict of Ages, by B. Hathaway, Tracy City, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 305

Doc. 174
P. 52 TRAVIS, Joux, Col., his Greek Fire, P. 7 Vidalia, La., account of the fight at,
The Contraband's Return, by Hermine, TROYFORD, C. C., Lieut. See Waynes-

Doc. 377
P. 26 ville, Mo.,

Doc. 145 Virginia, poor white people of, cared
“ The Dead Cavalier-J. E. B. Stuart,"

D. 6:3 for by Gen. Butler,

D. 53
by J. Marshall Hanna, P. 26 TRUSLER, G., Major, noticed, Doc, 605 See West-Virginia.
The Dog of the Rugiment,

P. 32 Tullahoma,
National soldiers heavy freshet in,

D. 62
The Eagle of the Eighth Wisconsin,

surprised near,

D. 53 Virginia Assembly, address of the, to
poem and incident,
P. 59 Tunnel Hill, Ga., rebels retreat from,

the soldiers of the confederate
" The Fire and Blood of Revolution,"

D. 37 States,

Doc. 453
Doc. 437 fight at,

Doc. 307, 424 debate in, on the Amnesty Procla-
The Hero of Sugar Pine,
P. 40 TURCHIN, JOHN B., Gen., his briga le


D. 24
The Hymn of Freedom, by J. F. Wies- at Brown's Ferry,

D. 3 denounced for interfering with the
P. 50 TURNER, E. P., A. A. G.,

Doc. 420 outlawry of Gen Butler, D. 44
The Last Star, a reminiscence of Mine TURNER, THOMAS P., Major. See Libby Virginia Volunteers, First Infantry of,

P. 38
D. 21

D. 39
The Mantle of St. John De Matha, by "Tuscaloosa," capture of the bark, D. 24 Fourteenth Infantry of,

D. 39
John G. Whittier,
P. 51 TUSSAUD, Madam, her wax figures, P. 24 First Cavalry of,

D. 23
The Monitor and her children, P. 22 TUTTLE, J. M., Gen.,

Doc. 198 Fourth Cavalry of,

D. 31
The Refugees, a poem,
P. 31 Twenty-third Army Corps, Gen. Sclio-

Sixth Cavalry of,

D. 40
The Sharpshooter's Lament on the field assigned to the command of, D. 59 loyal Cavalry, Fourth Regiment of,
banks of the Potomac,
P. 13 “Two Brothers," capture of the, D. 47

D. 39
The Sollier's Drean, by Ervin, P. 23 TYLER, DANIEL See Fort Pillow, Doc. 12 Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, de-
" The Stars and Stripes For ever," a Tyrrel County, N. O., Lieut. Cady's ex- struction of the,

Doc. 291
a secessionist trick,
P. 6 pedition into,

D. 38 “Von Phul," steamer, attacked, D. 18
The Stolen Stuurs, by Major-General Tyson HUBERT B., Lieut. Com., report
Lew Wallace,

P. 82 of the capture of Mobile, Doc. 110
The Storming of Lookout Mountain,
by Thomas II. Elliott,

P. 1
The Story of a Duy, a poem,
P. 43

"Wabash," attempt to destroy the fri-
The Swamp Angel, by T N. J., P. 3


D. 68
The Tattered Flags, by E. H. Munday, ULLMAN, DANIEL, Gen.,

D. 60 WADE, B. F. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 1
P. 51 UNDERWOOD, CHAPMAN, Surgeon. See See Returned Prisoners, Doc. 80
The True Flag of Peace, by B. S. W.,

Fort Pillow,

Doc. 53 WADE, JENNY, the heroine of Gettys-
P. 57 “Underwriter," destruction of the burgh, notice of,

P. 5
The Veteran Volunteers, by H. C. Bal- gunboat,

Doc. 361; D. 40 WADSWORTH, J, S., Gen., anecdote of,
P. 32 "Union," capture of the,
D. 34

P. 24
“The Virginia Mother," by Edna Union City, account of the capture of, Waiting, a poem,

P. 56
Dean Proctor,
P. 65

Doc. 499 WA

VALKER, —, Gen., rebel, at Chatta-
The Young Patriot, a poem, P. 52 guerrillas captured near,

D. 52

Doc, 213
Thermometrical. See Cold Weather, United States Army,Lieut.-Gen. Grant WALKER, JAMES A., Second Indiana
THOBURN, --, Colonel, evacuates Pe- assumes command of the, D. 54 regiment,

D. 83
tersburgh, West-Virginia, D. 39 United States Christian Commission, WalxER, MARY E., M.D., noticed, P. 37
Tuomas, ALFRED. See Black Hawk, meeting of the,

D. 14 WALKER, W. B., statement of, in the
D. 12 See Sanitary Commission.

Fort Pillow case,

Doc, 70
THOMAS, GEORGE H., Major-Gen., United States currency, rebel bill to WALKER, W. P., Sergeant. Ses Fort
anecdote of,

P. 7
prevent dealing in,

D. 25

Doc. 20
order in reference to Turchin's and UPSHUR, Jous H., Lieut. Com., report Walker's Ford, Tenn., fight at, Doc, 466
Hazen's brigade at Brown's Ferry, of the James River Expedition, Doc. 410 WALLACE, LEW, Major-Gen., assumes
D. 3 Upton, EMORY, Col., One Hundred and

command of the Middle Depart-
report of Col. Boone's raid, D. 37 Twenty-first New-York, noticed, D. 4


D. 56
reports of the battle of Chattanooga, URANN, William D., Lieut., report of poem by,

P. 32
Doc. 190, 206 operations near Mobile, Doc. 125 WALLS, JAMES. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 20
report of the battle at Charlestown, Urbanna, Va., fight at,

D. 70 | WALTERS, Cyrus, Rev., "captured by
Doc. 292

the Yankees,"

D. 42
report of the operations of the army

WALTERS, HENRY, Acting Ensign, D. 11
of the Cumberland, in Jan, and


Lieut.-Col., Twenty-
Feh., 1861,
Doc, 805

third Virginia regiment,

Doc. 2-13
TROMAS, R. G. See Mobile, Doc. 118 VAIL, CHARLES H., Surgeon, See Fort WARDNER, HORACE, Surgeon, testi-
THOMAS, BRYAN M., Gen., his rebel


Doc. 36 mony in the Fort Pillow case, Doc. 8
Indian Legion,

D. 41 VAN BRUNT, GERSHOM J., Com., death WARDROP, D. W., Col., Ninety.ninth
THOMPSON, ARTHUR. See Arkansas, of,

D. 21 New-York Volunteers,

D. 69
Doc. 325 VAN BURKALOW, J. T., Rev., testimony WARING, GEORGE E., Jr., Col. See Gen.
THOMPSON, A. P., Brig.-Gen., killed at in the case of the returned prison- Smith's expedition into Mississippi,
Doc. 500, 502, 504 ers,

Doc. 97

Doc. 487, 489






Warm Springs, N. C., fight at, D. 14 West-Virginia, Gallup's expeditions WILSON, - , Gen., rebel. See Hazel
WARREN, G, K., Gen., at the crossing


Doc. 567

of the Rapitan,
Doc. 448 rebel conscription in,

D. 89 Wilsox, JAMES H., Brig.-Gen., arrives
at Germania Ford, Va., Doc. 239 "What the Birds Said," by John G. at Knoxville,

D. 17
assigned to the command of the


P. 71 WINDER, Capt., release of, D. 58
Fifth Corps,

D. 66 WHEELER, JOSEPH, Gen., at Charles- Windsor, N. C., Yankee depredations
Warren County, N, O., refuses to be

town, Tenn.,

D. 27

D. 42
taxed by the rebel government, D. noticed,

D. 62 "Winged Racer," ship, captured by

Doc. 381
Wheeling, Va., rebel prisoners arrive the Alabama,

D. 3
Warsaw, N. C., destruction of, D. 40

D. 9 WINGFIELD, S. H., Gen. Wild's order
Warshaw, Va., expedition to, Doc. 832 When the Boys come Home, by John concerning,

P. 46
WASHBURNE, C. C., Major-Gen., D. 16 Hay,

P. 15

Winona," capture of the schooner,
report of the battle of Grand Co- WHIPPLE, W. D., Brig.-Gen., noticed,

D. 16
Doc. 149

Doc. 210, 3:29, 429 Wisconsin Volunteers. See Grand
report of the reduction of Fort Es- Whisky, distillation of, forbidden by


Doc. 151
peranza, Texas,

Doc. 245
Gen. Foster,
D. 86 Fifth Regiment of,

WASHBURNE, ELIHU B., remarks on S. WHITE, Mrs., of Selma, Ala., Seventh Regiment of,

D. 27
8. Cox,
P. 47 anecdote of,

D. 49 Twenty-ninth Regiment of, D. 60
resolution to expel Mr. Harris, of White, P. W., Major, rebel Commis. Third Regiment of Cavalry of, D. 24

D. 61

Doc. 823 Wise, Henry A., narrow escape of,
WASHBURN, H. D., Col., report of the White River, N.C., Col. Jourdan's ex-

Doc. 585
reduction of Fort Esperanza, Doc. 246 pedition up the,

D. 41 WISTAR, J. J., Gen. See Charles City
P. 6, 27 WHTING, WILLIAM, Solicitor of the


Doc. 297
Washington, N. C., capture of rebel War Department, letter on exchange noticed,

D. 21, 43, 52
cavalry of,

D. 23
of prisoners,

Doc. 31s
Washington County, Md., excitement the disinterested patriotism of, P. 28 noticed,

D. 21

D. 49
WHITING, W. H., Acting Ensign, no- at Fair Gardens, Tenn.,

D. 87
Washita River, official reports of the ticed,

Doc. 109 Wolf River, Tenn., fight at the, D. 60
expedition up the,
Doc. 444 WHITING, W. H. C., Gen., rebel, D. 3

Wolf River Bridge, Tenn., fight at the,
Waterproof, La., attack on steamer at, WHITNEY, Capt., First South-

D. 17
D. 11 Carolina loyal troops,

D. 12 | Women banished from the Federal
account of the attack on, D. 45 WHITTAKER, W. C., Brig.-Gen., report


D. 27
WATERS, L. H., Col., Eighty-fourth Il- of the battle of Chattanooga, Doc. 219 of the South, a stirring appeal to
linois, noticed,
Doc. 602, 605 noticed,

Doc. 208 the,

P. 48
-, Col., reconnoissance WHITTIER, JOHN G.,

P. 51, 71 trivial conduct of the Southern, D. 62
to Lafayette,
D. 21 WIESHAMPEL, J. F., Jr.,

P. 50 riot of, at Savannah, Ga., D. 67
P. 22, 65 WIGFALL, L, T., his ideas of honesty, See Cecilia De Jeunne,

P. 3
Doc. 101

P. 34 See Fanny Wilson,

P. 34
Watson, J. S., Acting Master, noticed, Wilcox, J. S., Col., Fifty-second Illi- WOOD, J. J., Col.,

Doc. 198
Doc. 525
D. 24 Wood, J. Q. A.,

P. 51
WATTS, THOMAS H., Governor of Ala- Wilcox, O. B., Gen., assigned to the Wood, Tuomas J., Gen., at Dandridge,
bama, circular to the people of

District of Clinch, Tenn., D. 81


Doc. 388
D. 44 See Knoxville,

Doc. 255 WOODALL, JANE, See Andrew John-
proclamation to the people of Ala- Wild, EDWARD A., Brig.-Gen., order


D. 7
bama, Feb 6, 1864,
Doc. 878 in reference to S. H. Wingfield, of


- Gen. See Halleck's
See Rebel Commerce,
Doc. 397 Norfolk,

P. 46 Report,

Doc. 169
Wangh's Farm, Ark., battle at, D. 46 account of his recruiting expedition WOODS, C. K., Gen.,

Doc. 198
Waynesville, Mo., account of a fight
into North-Carolina, Doc. 297 WRIGHT, Joux, guerrilla,

D. 41
Doc. 145 hangs a guerrilla,

D. 3
WEAVER, HENRY, F. See Fort Pillow. See Samuel Jones,

D. 33 Wixx, W. A., statement in the Fort
WEBB, ALEXANDER S., Gen., at the Ra- “Wild Dayrell," capture of the, D. 40

Pillow case,

Doc. 71

Doc. 24, 449 “Wild Pigeon," capture of the, D. 55 Wight, W. H. See Mobile, Doc. 109
“Weehawken," sinking of the, D, 18 WILBER, Almon, patriotism of the
WEEKS, E. C., Acting Master, Doc. 49

family of,

P. 25
“ Welcome,"attack on the steamer, D. 11 "William," capture of the schooner,

WELLES, GIDEON, Secretary of the

D. 33
Navy, letter to Admiral Farragut, WILLIAMS, EDWARD P., Lieut. Com., D. 22 YANCEY, W. L., condemned in 1861,
Doc. 99 WILLIAMS, Kansas Infantry, D. 65

Doc. 437
reply to the New-York merchants captures the records of Vernon and

Yankees, proper appellations for the,
on the depredations of the rebel

Cedar Counties, Mo.,
D. 33

P. 29
Doc. 169 WILLIAMS, J. M., Capt.,

D. 57 YATES, A, R., Lieut., bravery of, at
thanks Admiral Porter for the ope- WILLIAMS, Lieut., wounded at Mobile,

Doc, 105
rations of the fleet on Red River, Caddo Gap, Ark.,

D. 36 YATES, RICHARD, Governor of Illinois,
Doc. 592 WILLIAMS, - Major United States staternent in reference to the quota
WELLS, C. H., Lieut. Com., reports of heavy artillery, colored, Doc. 16

of the State,

D. 41
operations near Mobile, Doc. 123 WILLIAMS, REBECCA. See Fort Pillow. Yazoo City, Miss., fight at,

D. 49

Doc. 101

rebel, noticed, D. 2 account of the fight at, Doc, 4.55
WESSELLS, H. W., Brig.-Gen., captured Williams's Island, Ga., reconnois- Lieut. Ingersoll's account, Doc. 456
at Plymouth, N. C.,

D. 69
sance to,
D. 47 Gen. Polk's despatch,

Doc. 433
WEST, R. M., Col., account of his ex- Williamsport, Va., National train at- Yazoo River, expedition up the, D. 41
pedition to Charles City Court- tacked near,

D. 89 official reports of Owen's expedi-
Doc. 287; D. 21 WILLIAMSON, Capt., rebel, death

tion up the,

Doc, 196
WEST, R. R., Capt., Twelfth New-


D. 36 | Yorktown, Va., hospital building
York cavalry,
D. 13 WILLIAMSON, J. A., Col.,
Doc. 198 burned at,

D. 29
West Bay, Fla., report of the destruc- WILLIAMSON, Tuomas, Chief Engineer, Young, I. R., account of the battle of
tion of salt-works in the,
report of operations near Mobile, Pleasant Hill, La.,

Doc. 545
Doc. 384; D. 20

Doc. 111 | Young's Cross-Roads, N.C., fight at, D. 41
West - Point, Miss., skirmish at, WILLETS, Capt. of the Chesa-
Doc. 438, 490 peake,

D. 18
West Virginia, operations in, Doc. 155 Wilson, FANSY, account of the adven-

rebel account of,
Doc. 160 tures of,

P. 54
account of National operations in, Wilson, John, Com, of the Strong Zerk, F. 8., Capt., Eighty-ninth In-
Doc. 361 Band,
Doc, 333 diana,

Doc. 510


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