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" Banshee," capture of the, D. 11 Bogue Inlet, N. C., expedition to,

March 10th, to the Georgia Legis-
BARBEE, WILLIAM R., of Va., D. 25

D. 61 lature,

D. 51
BARNES, GID, M., Col., noticed, Doc. 22! Bohler's Rocks, Rappahannock River,

See John H. Morgan,

D. 33
BARTLESON, F. A., poem by, P. 63

skirmish at,
D. 69 See Rebel Commerce,

Doc. 597
BARTLETT, A. T., Surgeon, Thirty- BOKER, GEORGE H.,

P. 12 Brow, J. L., Surgeon,

D. 16
third Missouri,

Doc. 534 BOLIN, John F., Capt., rebel guerrilla, BROWN, ---, Lieut., Tenth Conn., D. 28
BARTON, WM. B., Col., expedition

capture of,

D. 41 Browx, MORTIMER F. See Returned
against Pilatka, Fla.,
D. 51 BOLIN, NATILAN,

D. 41 Prisoners,

Doc. S7
Batesville, Ark., battle near, D. 46 Bolivar, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 334, D. 26 BROWN, -, Capt. Eighty-fifth N. Y.
" Battle-worn Banners," by Park Ben- rebels surprised at,

D. 42 regiment,

D. 67
jamin,

P. 68 Bolivar Landing, Tenn., Nationals BROWSE, W. R., Acting Master, report
BAYLER, T. G., Capt., report of battle

surprised at,

D. 40 of the destruction of rebel salt-
of Chattanooga,
Doc. 210 BOLLES, - Major,

D. 14 works in West-Bay, Fla., Doc. 381
Bayou Bourbeaux, La., battle at, BOOKER, ISAIAH S. See Returned Pris- noticed,

Doc. 45
D. 2, Doc, 149
oners,

Doc. 86 BROWNE, W. R., Major, rebel. See
Bayou Grand Coteau, La., battle at, Booge, W. P., Colonel Twenty-eighth

Fort Powell, Ala.,

Doc. 100
D. 2 Kentucky,

Doc. 423 BROWNLOW, Parson, notice of, Doc. 314,
Bayou Plaquemine, La., rebel depre- BOONE, J. ROWAN, Capt., noticed, Doc. 221

D. 64
dations at,

D. 63 Booth, L. F., Major, See Fort Pillow, BROWNELL, H. H., Acting Ensign. See
Bayou Sara, skirmish at,
D. 6

Doc.
2 Mobile,

Doc, 105
BEALL, JOHN Y., Acting Master, D. 22 BORDEN, - Acting Master's Mate, Brownsville, Texas, raising of the
Bealton, Va., fight near,
D. 33

D. 70 blockade of,

Doc. 421
BEAN, M. DUDLEY,
D. 53 Boston, Mass., volunteering meetings

BRYANT,

Capt., Eighth Me., D. 12
Bean Station, Tenn., fight at, D. 20 in,

D. 10 BRYSON, - Lieut.-Col. Twenty-fifth
"a poor set-off for Knoxville," D. 29 BOWEN, T. S., A.A.G., noticed, Doc. 281 N. C. rebel troops,

D. 14
Bear Inlet, N. C., Official Reports of

Bowns,

Capt., rebel, surprised BUCHANAN, F., Admiral, rebel, capture
the experlition to, Doc. 101, D. 61 near Windsor, N. C.,

D. 42 of,

Doc, 102
BEATTIE, JOHN W., Capt.,
Doc. 45 BOYkx, F. M., Gen.,

D. 65 BOCELAND, R. B., Gen.,

Doc. 193
Beaufort, S. C., sale of confiscated es- BRADFORD, A, H., Gov., letter of Preg- BUCKNER, S. B., Gen., rehel, P. 37
tates at,

D. 35
ident Lincoln to,

D 2 BURCITAM, GEORGE E., report of opera-
BEAUREGARD, G, T., Gen., thanked by BRADFORD, W. F., Major. See Fort

tions near Mobile,

Doc. 112
the rebel Congress for the defence

Pillow.

BURCHAM, Joux C. See Returned
of Charleston, S. C.,
D. 89 Bradley's Landing, Tenn., guerrillas

Prisoners,

Doc.

89
the black flag, letter to Gen. Martin,

at,

D. 63 BUFORD, C. A., Gen., order in the bat-
P. 86 BRAGG, BRASTOX, Gen., Doc. 195, D. 30 tle at Paducah, Ky., Doc, 510
BEERS, Major, of Illinois, D. 31 forage train of, captured,

D. 2 at Fort Pillow,

1
Beersheba Springs, Tenn., fight near, relinquishes his command, D. 17 See Hazel River,

D. 4
Doc. 206 assigned to duty in Richmond, D. 47 BUFORD, Joux, death of, D. 22, P. 24
BELGER, - his battery,

D. 52 BRAMLETTE, THOMAS E., Gov., letter BUFORD, N. B., Gen., speech at Hele-
Belligerents, Are the New Zealanders ?

to Captain Cahill,

D. 21 na, Ark., Jan. 2d, 1864, Doc, 324
P. 10 address in reference to the enlist- noticed,

D. 63
“ Bendigo," destruction of the block-

ment of negroes in Kentucky, D. 53 Bullion in the South. See Plate, D. 26
arie-runner,

Doc. 85, D. 81 proclamation in reference to guer- BURBRIDGE, S. G., Major-Gen. See
BENEDICT, LEW., Col., killed at Plea-

rillas,
Doc. 327 Grand Coteau, La,

Doc. 150
sant Hill, La.,
Doc. 537 Brandon, Miss., occupied by General BORGESS,

Bishop of Maine, P. 60
motto of his family,
P. 49 Sherman,
Doc. 475, 481 Burlington, Va., figlit at,

D. 41
Poem on the death of, by Alfred B. General Sherman's army passes

invested by the rebels, Doc. 326
Street,
P. 49 through,

Doc. 472, 477 BURNHAM, GEORGE P., Capt., P. 80
noticed,
Doc. 550 anecdote of a lady of,

Doc. 480 Burns, A., Capt., killed at Pleasant
BENHAM, CALHOUN, Major, rebel, at Brandon, Va., expedition to, Doc. 840 Hill, La.,

Doc, 541
Lookout Mountain,
Doc. 215 BRANXAN, J. M., Gen.,

Doc. 206 Burns, Jous, at Gettysburgh, P. 5
BENJAMIN, PARK,
P. 68 See Chickamanga,

Doc. 86S BURNSIDE, A, E., Major-Gen. See Hal-
BENNETT, J. E., Col., Seventy-fifth BRASHEARS, Louis, rebel,

D. 56 leck's Report,

Due, 169
Ilinois, noticed, Doc. 602, 605 BRAYDON, CHAS. A. See Mobile, Doc, 119 at Campbell's Station, Tenn., Doc. 189
BENNETT, W. C., his reply to Carlyle's BRAYMAN, Mason, Brig.-lien., testi- letter to Gen Sherman, thanking
“Iliad,"
P. 18 mony in the Fort Pillow examina-

him for the relief of Knoxville,
BENTON, EDWARD B., statement in the

tion,

Doc.
8

Doc. 197
Fort Pillow case,

Doc. 74 " Brazil," steamboat, fired on, D. 30 general orders on the siege of Knox-
Berdan's Sharp-Shooters at Kelly's Brazos de Santiago, Texas, Banks's

ville,

Doc. 256, 257, 261, 261
Ford,
Doc. 161 army lands at,

D. 2 reënforced by Gen. Granger, D. 17
BERRY, William W., Col., report of Brazos Island, Texas, landing of Un- relinquishes the command of the
the battle of Chattanooga, Doc. 224 ion troops at,

Doc. 147 army of the Ohio,

D. 20
BEVEL, Elois. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 69 Brazos River, Texas, blockade-runner noticel,

D.
“Bill Arp on the Confederate Cur-

captured in,

D. 48 | BURROUGIS, -, Major, shot at For-
rency,
"
P. 33 BREATHITT, — Major, Ky, cavalry, D. 30 tress Monroe, Va.,

D. 87
BINGHAM, JAMES R. See Fort Pillow. BRECKENRIDGE, JOHN C., Gen., noticed, BUTLER, B. F., Major-Gen., assumes
* Bird of Art." See Rebel Bird of

D. 27 command in Virginia and North-
Art,
Doc. 323 at Lookout Mountain,
Doc. 213 Carolina,

D. 5
BIRNEY, D. B., Gen., at Kelly's Ford, BREWSTER, N. SAWYER, report of the

order in reference to disloyal per-
Doc. 161 loss of the steamer Siznal, Doc. 529 song,

D. 5
BIRTWISTLE, JAMES. Report of the Bridgeport, Ala., expedition to, D. 64 declared an "outlaw," D. 27, 44

James River Expedition, Doc. 441 BRIEN, M. M. See reorganization in order in reference to the Norfolk
BLACK, M., Surgeon,
Doc. 37 Tennessee,
Doc, 359 gas-works,

D. 28
Black Flags. See (I. T. Beauregard, P. 36 BRIGHT, DANIEL, of Pasquotank, Doc. 297 letter to the Norfolk perfection-
BLACKFORD,
-, Capt., Account of
See Samuel Jones,
D. 83 ista,

D. 33, P. 48
the death of,

Doc. 469 Bristoe Station, Va., Nationals cap- action of the rebel Senate on the
“Black Hawk," steamer, fired on, D. 11

tureci at,
D. 50 outlawry of,

D. 85
Black River, Mo., flyht near, D. 23 fight at,

D. 61 order in reference to Mrs. Graves,
Official Reports of the expedition up BROOKS, T. B., Major. Report of the

D. 37, P. 62
the,
Doc, 414 operations of negro troops at Fort See Gen. Graham,

D. 37
Black Tom, a poem,
P. 23 Wagner,

Doc. 279 his expedition to surprise Richmond,
BLAIR, FRANK P., Major-Gen., Doc. 195 Brooks's Plantation, Yazoo River,

D. 48
BLAIR, MONTGOMERY. See Emancipa-

fight at,
D. 55 cause of its failure,

D. 43
tion Proclamation,

D, 54 | BROUGH, Joun, Gov, of Ohio, D. 14, 71 order for the government of contra-
Blandville, Ky., rebel depredations at, BROWN, ALBERT G., noticed, P. 16 bands,

Dae, 261
D. 3 BROWN, GRORGE, Lieut. Com., Doc. 101 See Charles City Court-House, Doc. 27
Blankets for the rebels, See Alaba-

report of operations near Mobile,

order in reference to the geizure of
ma,
D. 27

Doc. 126
relel property,

Doc, 837
Blockade, Admiral Lee's report on Brows, GEORGE R., Capt. Ninth Indi- See Retaliation,

Doc. 153
the efficiency of the,

Doc. 289 ana buttery, noticed, Doc. 540 expedition to King and Queen
BODENSAMER, WILLIAM J., Capt., Doc. 497 BROWN, JOHN, of Harper's Ferry, anec.

Court-llouse, Va.,

D, 52
BOXART, G. M., Acting Ensign, no-

dote of, and Gen. R. E. Lee, P. 25 cares for the poor of Virginia, D. 68
ticed,
Doc, 105 | BeowA, JOSEPU E., Gov., message of, noticed,

D. 80, 87, 3

war,"

road at,

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PAGB
BUTLER, D. W. See Nickajack Trace, “Catawba," launch of the, D. 63 CLARKE, CHARLES, Gov. of Miss. See
D. 71 CATIICART, CHARLES W. H. See Rebel

Rebel Commerce,

Doc. 597
Butler, J. A. See Arkansas, Doc. 32 Prisons,

D. 1 CLARKE, D. E. M, noticed, Doc. 497
BUTTERFIELD), DANIEL, Major-Gen., at Catholics, "loyal and national," D. 57 CLARK, HENRY. See Mobile, Doc. 109
Ciatt inooga,
Doc. 220 CAVALIER, JANEs, the rebel guerrilla, CLARK, JOHN S., Major, noticed, Doc. 221

D. 25 CLARK, guerrilla,

D. 63
Cedar County, Mo., records of cap- CLARY, WILLIAM, Lt.,

Doc. 32
tured,

D. 35 CLAYTON, POWELL, Col., D. 35, 57
CABELL, WILLIAM L., Gen., Doc. 515 Centreville, Tenn., guerrillas defeated CLEARY WILLIAM, Lieut. See Fort
Ca ko (rar, Ark., expedition to, D. 86

Doc. 207
Pillow,

Doc. 66
Calson's Cave, Ark., rebels captured "Ceres," capture of the,

D. 18 CLEBURNE, PATRICK, Gen., performs
at,
D. 34 CHALMERS, Gen., rebel, at Colliers-

the "most gallant feat of the
Cady, A L., Lieut., expedition into

ville, Tenn.,
D. 2

Doc. 435
North-Carolinit,

D. 38 CHAMP FERGUSON. See Ferguson, CLEM, JOHNNY, anecdote of, P. 53
Cagger, P-TER, noticed,
D. 1
D. 53, 54 CLEMENS, JERE,

D. 52
CAHILL, EDWARD, Capt.,

D. 21 CHAMPION, Tuomas E., Col., noticed, Cleveland, Tenn., raid into, D. 24
Callkiller River, Tenn., fight at the,

Doc. 221 rebel conscription in,

D. 32
D. 54 Champion Hills, Miss., skirmish at, “Clifton," capture and destruction of
Caligula, Tenn., rebel depredations

Doc. 473, 477 the steamer,

D. 55
at,

D. 6 CHAMPLIN E., Lieut., noticed, Doc. 511 Clinch, Tenn., the military district of,
Camden, Ark., occupied by General Cha: cellorsville, Va., the battle of, an

D. 31
Steele,

Doc. 516 advantage to the rebels, D. 29 CLINE, - Lieut., noticed, D. 68
evacuated by Gen. Steele, D. 72 CHAPIN, Capt. Eighty-fifth N. Y. Clinton, Miss., Sherman's expedition
forage train attacked at,
D. 65 regiment,

D. 68
enters,

Doc. 475, 477
CAMERON, R A., Gen, at the siege of

CHAPIN, Col., guards of, sur- COATES, JAMES H., Col., Eleventh Ili-
Knoxville,
Doc. 2.53 prised ner Knoxville, D. 33 nois,

Doc. 417
gee Grand Coteau,

Doc. 150 Charge of the Mule Brigade," by COBB, HOWELL, speech of at Atlanta,
at Pleasan: Inill, La., Doc. 511, 513 Thomas II. Elliott,

P. 12 Ga., Jan. 28, 1864,

Doc. 841
Cameron, Va., rebel attack on the rail. Charles City Court-House, Va., Col. Cocke County, Tenn., rebel forage
D. 37 West's expedition lo, D. 21, Doc. 287 train captured in,

D. 36
Camilla," capture of the schooner, Charleston, ill., account of a riot COCKERILL, T. M., Lieut.-Col., Twenty-

D. 48
there,
Doc. 596 fourth Ohio,

Doc. 603
CAMPBELL,

rebel guerrilla, no- Charleston, Mo., guerrillas captured COCKRELL, J. R., Col., Seventeenth
ticel,

D. 1
near,
D. 35 Iowa,

Doc. 198
CAMPBELL,
Col., his reconnois. Charleston, S. C., shelling of,

COFFEY, TITIAN J., letter on the Am-
sance to Romney, Va.,
D. 40
D. 19, 32, 35, 37, 42 nesty Proclamation,

Doc, 893
CAMPBELL,
- Seventy-sixth Pa. Beauregard's defence of,

D. 8 Cold Weather, at Memphis, Tenn., D. 30
Regt.,
D. 55 Greek flre thrown into,

D. 31 COLE, HENRY A., Major Md. cavalry,
CAMPBELL, Joux T., Capt., Report of Charlestown, Tenn., battle at. D. 27

D. 30
the attack on the Thirty-second reports of the battle at, Doc. 292 thanked for his bravery,

D. 35
Mo., infantry,

D. 53 Cuose, SALMON P. See Emancipation COLE, -- Col. Second Va. Colored
Campbell's Station, Tenn., battle at,

Proclamation,
D. 51 Regiment,

D. 50
D. 9 noticed,

P. 53 COLE, SANDY. See Fort Pillow, Doc. IS
notices of fights at, Doc. 189, 250 Chatham," capture of the, D. 16 COLEMAN, ALFRED. See Fort Pillow,
Camp amusements, account of, P. 2 CHATTANSACH, WILLIAM,

D. 71

Doc. 61
Camp Butler, III., fire at,

D. 35 Chattanooga, Tenn., battle of, com- COLFAX, SCHUYLER, proposed to expel
Camp Finnegan, Fla., account of,

menced,
D. 12 Alexander Long,

D. 61
Loc, 396 closing of the battle of,

D. 14 Colliersville, Tenn., fight at, D. 2
Camp Winder, Richmond, Va., hos- battle of, noticed, D. 13, Doc. 188 accounts of the attack on, Doc. 461 462
pital at, burned,

D. 37 reports of the battles at, Doc. 190 COLLINS, WASHINGTON. See returned
Campri, La., fight at,
Doc. 521 despatches from the War Depart.

prisoners,

Doc. 84
accounts of the expedition to, Doc. 534 ment,

Doc. 190 Colorado, First cavalry of,

D. 63
Canada, an invasion from, expected, Cincinnati “Gazette” account of Colored troops, efficiency of the, Doc. 42
D. 5 the battle at,

Doc. 228 orders in reference to the enlistment
CANBY, E. R. S., Major-Gen., Doc. 100 Richmond “Despatch" account of

of,

Doc. 145
Cane Hill, Ark., battle of, Doc. 176 the battles at,

Doc. 236 War Order in reference to the enlist-
Cane River, La., fight near the, Doc. 52 4 an incident of the shelling of, P.

ment of,

Doc. 336
Caney Fork, Tenn., fight at, D. 54 an incident of,

P. 17 Seo President Lincoln's Order of
CAXXON, WILLIAM, Gov. of Del. See

railroad, fight on the,
D. 53 July 30,

Doc. 419
Colored Troops,

Doc. 145 CHEATHAM, B. F., Gen., rebel, no- See Negroes.
CANNON, J. W., rebel,
P. 9 ticed,

D. 27 | Columbus, Ky., rebel demand for súr-
Canton, Miss., Sherman's expedition Cheek's Cross-Roads, Tenn., fight at,

render of,

Doc. 2
through,
Doc. 473, 481

D. 53 Columbus, Ohio, plot to rescue rebel
Cape Lookout,rebel depredations at, D. 58 "Chenango," accident on the, D.

prisoners at,

D. 46
CAPRON, Lieut., death of, D. 41 Cherokee Indians, interview with Commerce. See Rebel Commerce, Doc. 596
CAREY, ASA B., Capt.,
D. 45 Gen. McNeil,
D. 14 “ Company K," a poem,

P. 13
CARLIN, William P., Gen., noticed, noticed,

D. 41 Confederate bonds. See currency, Doc. 431
Doc. 205 “Chesapeake," seizure of the, D. 18, 19 Confetlerate Congress, the crisis of
CARLTON, ELI. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 18 recapture of the,

D. 22

D. 28
CARLTON, JAMES H., Gen, See Opera- the capture of, an act of piracy, D. bill to prohibit dealing in United
tions in New Mexico, Doc. 351 the pirates of the, surrendered, D. 47 States currency,

D. 25
noticed,
D. 31, 47 surrendered to the National au-

See rebel Congress,
CARLYLE, Thomas, his “Iliad," P. 17 thorities,

D. 55 Confederate Currency, Bill Arpon
* and his nutshell,"
P. 19 CESTNEY, T. O., A. A.S., noticed, Doc. 590 the,

P. 83
CARNEY, GEORGE J., A.Q.M., D. 53 Chevennes, fight with the, D. 63 Confederate notes, to be taxed, D. 6
CARNEY, WILLIAM H., the brave color- Chicago Mercantile Battery, at Pleas-

* Confederate official reports," sup-
ed soldier,

P. 16
ant Hill, La.,
Doc. 542 pressed,

D. 57
CARR, EUGENE A., Gen., noticed, Doc. 517 Chickamauga, battle of. Gen. Mc- Confederate Soldiers, a secret address
See Rapidan,

Doc. 212
Cook's statement,

Doc. 864
to the,

P. 45
Carson, CHRISTOPHER, Col., noticed, Gen. Negley's statement, Doc. 867 Confederate Song of Freedom, by
D. 48 Chowan River, N. C., reconnoissance

Emily M. Washington,

P. 27
See operations in New Mexico, Doc. 353 of,

D. 4 Confeilerate States, the condition of
CARTER —-, Col. First Va, Cav., D. 23 CHRISTIAN, Herry. See Fort Pillow,

the, by Charles Girard, P. 27
CARTER, SIMUEL P., Brig.-Gen., Pro-

Doc. 15 address of the rebel Congress to the
vost-Marshal at Knoxville, D. 83 Christian Commission,

D. 67 people of the,

Doc. 835
Carter's Creek, Va., expedition up CHRISTY, Smith, Capt. See Chero- Confiscation, sale of estates at Beau-
the,
D. T2 kees,
D. 14 fort, S.O.,

the,

45

.

D. 85
CARTY, CHARLES L. See Mobile, Doc. 123 Chuckatuck, Va., fight at, Doc. 438 See General Butler's Order, Doc. 837
CASEY, O. II. P., Lieut.-Col., Thirty- expedition up the,

D. 57 Connecticut Volunteers, Tenth Regi-
sixth Ind.,
Doc. 603 Cincinnati, Ohio, Capt. Dickson's re-

ment of,

D. 28, P. 5
“ Cassie Holt," capture of the, D. 45 port of the siege of,

Doc. 910 Ninth Regiment of,

D. 64
CASTLE, WILLIAM, Capt. Eleventh Mo. “Citizen guerrillas” attack Mayfield, CONRAD, Dr., rebel. See Mobile,
cavalry,

D. 46
Ky.,
D. 61

Doc. 102

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PAGR
Conscripts, Report of a rebel commit- DAHLGREN, ULRIC, Col., rebel account DICKSON, WILLIAM M., Commandant of
tee appointed to investigate

of his route,

Doc. 588
the Black Brigade,

Doc. 810
charges of abuse of the, at Carp account of his guide,

Doc, 599 DIEGS, GEORGE, killed,

D. 7
Lee,
Doc. 459 noticell,

D. 52, Doc. 575, 581 DINSMORE, FRANKLIN. See Returned
Conscription. See Mr. Brown's reso- Dalton, Ga., reconnoissance to, Doc. 807 Prisoners,

Doc. 87
lution in the rebel Senate, D. 6 Reports of the reconnoissance to, Disaffection in the South,

D. 13
in the South,
D. 26
Doc. 422 Disinterested patriotism,

P. 23
See Rebel Generals' Memorial, D. 25 Col. Grose's Report of operations Disloyalty, the penalty of,

P. 46
See Passports,
D. 30 around,

Doc. 600 District of Clinch, Tenn., the extent
See Rebel Conscription, D, 35 DANA, N. T. J., Gen., Proclamation

of,

D. 81
in West Virginia, General Sullivan's

of, Jan, 30, 1564,
Doc. 851 Dix, MORGAN, Rev.,

D. 24
orders in reference to,
D. 39 expedition to Texas,

Doc. 146 Dixos, ROBERT, Report on Mobile, Doc. 112
See Rebel Anti-Substitute Law, D. 56 Dana, WM. STARR, Report of opera. DODD, David O., execution of, D. 82
See Rebel Conscription, Doc, 829 tions near Mobile,

Doc. 111 DODGE, S. M., Brig.-Gen., captures De-
Constitution and Union," destruc- Dandridge, Tenn., rebel pickets driv-

catur, Ala.,

D. 49
tion of the newspaper office, D. 43 en out of,

D. 84 noticed,

D. 88
kontrabands, Gen. Butler's order for account of the fight near, Doc. 838 Dogs, used in war by the rebels, D. 12
the government of,

Doc. 261 “Dare," destruction of the steamer, the number of at the South, P. 16
Song of the,
P. 63 official accounts,
Doc. 854 “Don," steamer, captured,

D. 49
COOKE, Jay, noticed,

D. 1 Davidson, R. O., inventor of the rebel DONALDSON, EDWARD, Com., Reports
OOKSEY, WOODFORD. See Fort Pillow,

“ Bird of Art,"

Doc, 324 on operations near Mobile, Doc. 121
Doc. 23 DAVIS, HENRY E., Gen. See Kilpat. noticed,

Doc. 101
COOPER, DUNCAN, account of the cap-

rick's Raid,

Doc. 573 “Don't Meddle with the Yankees, John
ture of,
P. 47 DAVIS, JEFFERSON, Message of, Decein-

Bull," by James S. Watkins, P. 65
OOPER, S., rebel Adjt.-Gen., D. 2, 47,

ber 7, 1963,

Doc. 264 Dow, NEAL, Gen., address at Port-
Doc. 433 Proclamation of, Feb. 9, 1864, Doc. 382 land, Maine,

D 56
Order announcing thanks of the Proclamation for a fast, March 12,

"Down by the Rapidan,"

P. 71
rebel Congress to Gen. Lee, D. 33

1-64,
Doc. 458 Dowxs, JOHN,

D. 71
ORCORAX, MICHAEL, Gen., death of, D. 24 criticised by the rebel press, Doc. 596 Draft, President Lincoln's order for a,
orinth, Miss., evacuated by the Na- corresponds with Lord Lyons,

March 10, 1964,

Doc. 370
tionals,
D. 87

Doc. 518, 514 President Lincoln's call of March
Cornubia," capture of the, D. 4 Message of, May 2, 1864, Doc. 606 15, 1864,

Doc. 459
orpus Christi, Texas, captured, D. 9 arrived at Charleston, S. C., D. 2 suspended in New York, D. 49
ORSE, J. M., Gen.,
Doc, 198 visits the forts around Charleston,

for two hundred thousand men, D. 53
otton Plant, Ark., account of the

S. C.,

D. 2 persons leave Idaho to evade the, D.
fight near,
Doc. 497 speech at Wilmington, N, C.,

3 stanzas on the,

P. 17
Cotton Plant," rebel sharp-shooters' severely criticised by Senator Foote noticed,

D. 40
battery,
D. 69 in the rebel Congress,

D. 18 DRAKE, - Col., capture of, D.
OTTRELL, GARDNER. See Mobile, Doc. 144 approves the rule against the issue Dranesville, Va., fight near,

D. 47
oushatta, La., fight at,
Doc. 521 of passports,

D. 30 DRAYTON, PERCIVAL, Fleet Captain.
ovington, West-Va., fight near, D. 9 attempt to burn the residence of, D. 16 See Fort Powell, Ala., Doc. 100
Covington," account of the capture approves the bill for the prevention at the capture of Mobile, Doc. 10

of the steamer, Doc. 527, 528, 532 of exportation of cotton, etc., D. 43 additional report of the operations
ox, S. S., remarks of E. B. Wash-

wax figure of,
P. 24 near Mobile,

Doc. 134
burne in reply to,

P. 47 "Letter from three good little boys" Droop Mountain, Va., battle at D. 8
RADDOCK, John,
D. 71 to,

P. 43 Reports of the battle at, Doc. 155
RANE, JOHN C., A. Q. M.,
D. 7 "a pure and moral man," D. 62 DROGIIT, JOHN WESLEY,

D. 26
RAVEN, T. A. M., Com, Doc. 101 noticed,

D. 18, 36, 47 Drummer-Boy of the Eighth Mich., P. 29
death of,

Doc. 144 DAVIS, JEFF. C., Gen., at Chattanooga, DRYE, G. W., Capt., notice of, Doc. 249
RAWFORD, S. W., Gen., noticed, 44

Doc. 202 DUCK WORTH, -- Col., rebel, Doc. 47
RITTENDEN, T. L., Gen., noticed, Doc. 365 Davis, Major Fourteenth Ill., DUFFIE, ALFRED N., Gen., occupied
ROCKER, M. M., Brig-Gen., noticed,

cavalry,
D. 41 Lewisburgh, Va.,

D. 4
Doc. 475 DAVIS,

Third Rhode See Operations in West-Virginia.
rockett's Bluff, Ark., rebels captured

Island,
Doc. 534 DUFFIELD, D. Bethune,

P. 80
at,
D. 59 DAVIS, R. S., Major, noticed, Doc. 261 Dukedom, Tenn., fight at,

D. 46
ROSBY, PIERCE, Com.,

D. 43 Davis, SHELTON C., noticed, Doc. 455 Duvall's Bluff, operations near, Doc. 176
rostrell's Illinois Battery, D. 62 Dead in Bivouac, by George P. Burn- Dwight, WILLIAM, Gen.,

Doc. 535
RUFT, CHARLES, Brig.-Gen., noticed,

ham,

P. 30 Dwigur, -, Col., noticed, Doc. 531
Doc. 208, 429, 602 DEAL, Colonel, capture of, D. 1
UFF, -, Capt.,
D. 61 Deas, H. H., Lieut., Eleventh Illinois,

E
Cumberland," capture of the steam-

Doc. 417
er,
D. 44, Doc. 447 DEANE, F. B.,

D. 415 EARL RUSSELL. See Neutrality of Eng.
amberland Gap, Va., skirmish near, DECAULP, JERUTH, Mrs., account of, P. 10 land,

D. 66
D. 5 Decatur, Alabama, capture of, D. 49 EARLY, JOBAL, Gen., rebel, Doc. 105
imberland, Va., fight near,
41 Decatur, Miss., occupation of, D. 44 at the Raccoon Ford,

Doc. 248
MMINGS, A. C.,

Doc. 455 Gen. Sherman's troops at, Doc. 476, 483 East, EDWARD II., noticed, Doc. 341
irrency

See United States Cur- “ Dee," destruction of the steamer, D. 42 East-Bay, Fla., Report of the destruc-
rency,
D. 25 | DEFEVER, Joux, Sergeant, bravery of,

tion of rebel salt-works on the,
See Confederate Currency, P. 83

Doc. 814

Doc. 384
Act to reduce the rebel currency to, De JeuxNE, CECILIA, Miss, some ac- EASTMAN, T. H., Lieut. Com., D.
Doc. 431 count of,

P. 53 "Eastport," sinking of the, Doc. 522
See Rebel Currency,

D. 47 DE TROBRIAND, Regis, Col., at Kelly's East-Tennessee, operations in, Doc. 318
TRRIE, LEONARD D. H., Col. One llun-

Ford,

Doc. 161 Echols, John, Gen., at Droop Moun-
dred and Thirty-third N. Y., Doc. 531 Delaware Volunteers, First Regiment

tain,

D. 3; Doc. 155
JRRY
,, Colonel, of the Marine

of,
D. 28 noticed,

D. 20
Brigade,

D. 24 Department of the Missouri, Gen. Rose- EDGAR, GEORGE P., Capt., D. 86, 53
TRTIS, HENRY, Jr., A. A. G., Doc. 297

crans assumes command of, D. 40 Education. See Board of Education,
ISTER, GEORGE A., Gen., at Morton's Department of the Ohio, Foster as.

D. 56
Ford, ya.,
Doc. 210, D. 8 sumes the command of,

D. 20 " Edward,” capture of the schooner,
account of his expedition toward DE PEYSTER, J. WATTS, Gen.,

P. 61

D. 26
Richmond, Va. Doc. 563, 569, 570 De Russey, Fort, capture of, Doc. 515 EDWARDS, ARTHUR. Soe Fort Pillow,
expedition of, returns to Culpeper, account of the capture of, Doc. $18

Doc. 14
D. 43 See Fort De Russey,

D. 53 EDWARDS, C. S., Col., report of opera-
noticed,

D. 43 Deserters, how the rebels branded, P. 28 tions near Rappahannock Station,
D
See Grant's orders in reference to

Doc. 162
rebel,

Doc. 291 "Edwin," capture of the, Doc. 251
HIILGREN, JOHN A., Admiral, Order from the rebel army to be protect- Eldorado, Va., pickets surprised at, D. 31
Admiral, on the destruction of the

ed,

D. 59 Elizabeth City, N. C., evacuated, Doc. 308
Hlousatonic,
Doc. 392 Despondency at the South,

D. 84 ** Ella," capture of the,

D.
AFILGREN, ULRIC, Col. See Gen. Kil DEVENS, CHARLES, Brig.-Gen., D. 72 "Ella and Anna," capture of, D.
patrick's Raid,
Doc. 572 DICKEY, WILLIAM A.,

Doc. 22 70 ELLET, CHARLES R., Com., death of, D. 1
rebel account of the death of, Doc. 586 DICKINSON, A. D.,

Doc, 455 ELLET, A. W., Gen., noticed, D. 19,
spurious order attributed to, Doc. 587 DICKINSON, HALLOWELL, Doc. 129 ELLIOTT, Thomas H.,

P. 1, 12

D.

; Major

1

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ELLIOTT, Bishop, of Georgia, ad- FINNEGAN, CESAR, Gen. See Olustee,

Georgia, his appeal to the co-
vocates “victory or annihilation,"

Fla.,

D. 46
men,

P. 48
P. 4 order of,

Doc. 417 FOSTER, J. G., Gen., relieved of the
ELLIA, EDWARD S.,
P. 70 First Army Corps, Gen. Hooker as-

command of Va, and N. C., D. 5
Ellis Cliff, Miss., rebel battery at, D. 19 signed to the command of, D. 59 assumes command of the army of
fight near,
Doc. 466 FITZGIBBON, T. C., Col. Fourteenth

the Ohio,

D. 20
ELLMAKER, '. c., Col., One Hundred Mich. Infantry,

D. 2 order in reference to the enlistment
and Nineteenth, Penn., Doc. 162 Fitzhugh's Woods, Arkansas, reports

of negroes in his department, D. 31
ELY, William S., Surgeon, testimony

of the battle of, Doc. 510; D. 58

correspondence with Gen, Long-
in the case of the Richmond pris-
St. Paul “Pioneer "account of the

street on the Amnesty Proclama-
oners,

Doc. 93
battle,
Doc. 511 tion,

Doc. 996
ELZEY, ARNOLD, Major-Gen., congrat- FITZPATRICK, THOMAS. See Mobile,

forbids the making of whiskey, D. 36
ulatory order on Kilpatrick's raid,

Doc. 109, 134 noticed,

D. 18
Doc. 590 Five-Twenty Bonds, sale of, D. 1

Fourth Army Corps, Gen. Howard as-
Emancipation Proclamation, circuin- " Flank Movement," by W. T. Sher-

signed to,

D. 59
stances under which it was issued,

man,
P. 29 Franklin, ABRAHAM,

killed at the riot
D. 51 Flint Hill, Va., fight at,

D. 35
in New York,

P. 5
“ Emma," the steamer, attacked, D. 41 Florence, Alabama, fight near, D. 33 FRANKLIN, W. B , Gen., at the battle
EMMERSON,
Lieut.-Col. Twenty- Florence, Tenn., fight near,

Doc. 805 of Pleasant Hill, Doc. 537, 515, 512
ninth Maine,

Doc. 531 Florida, Gen. Seymour's campaign in, See Red River campaign.
England. See Chesapeake. D. 47

Doc. 394 Franklin Co., N. C, farmers of, refuse
and the rebels, correspondence be- Reports of naval operations in, Doc. 280 to be taxed by the rebel govern-
tween Lord Lyons and Jefferson Florida," report of the escape of the

ment,

D. 7
Davis,
Doc. 518 privateer,

Doc. 421 Franklin, Va., saltpetre works at, de-
neutrality of,
D. 66 “Florida,” capture of the blockade-

stroyed,

D. 49
Enlisted, by W. A. Kendall, P. 89

running steamer,

D. 55 Frederick County, Md., excitement in,
Enterprise, Miss., Sherman's expedi- Floyd, Joun B., an epitaph for, P. 6

D. 49
tion to,
Doc. 473, 484 noticed,

P. 37 Frederick's Hall, Va., destruction of
Estelle Springs, Tenn., fight near, D. 53 FLUSSER, C. W., Lieut. Com., death of, railroad at,

Doc. 574
Evangelical Tract Society of Peters-

D. 69, 69 Freedmen's Aid Societies, noticed, D. 22
burgh, Va., a curious publication “ Fly," capture of the,

D. 32 FREEMAN, MARTIN, Pilot, noticed, Doc. 105
of,

P. 26 FLYNN, Capt., release of, D. 58 “ Freeman's Band," report of the at-
Ewing, Hugh, Gen., noticed, Doc. 195, 198 FOUTE, H. S., of Tenn., criticises Jeffer-

tack on,

Doc. 350
at Pleasant Hill, La.,
Doc. 5.13 son Davis,

D. 18 Fremont's Orchard, fight at, D. 63
Exchange of prisoners, Mr. Whiting's remarks on the Amnesty Proclama- " Freestone," attack on the steamer, D. 38
letter on the,
D. 11 tion,

D. 21 FRESCH, AUGUSTCY E., Ensiga, D. 58
correspondence on the,

D. 20 FORREST, N. B., Gen., captures Union FRENCH, W. II., Major-Gen., detached
attempted,
D. 27 City and Paducah, Ky., D. 56;

from the army of the Potomac, D. 56
correspondence concerning, D. 33

Doc. 499, 506 noticed,

D. 4; Doc. 163
despatch relative to the capture of

Front Royal, Va., Col. Taylor's recon-
Union City,

Doc, 503
noissance to,

D. 31
F

at Fort Pillow, D. 63; Doc. 1, 21 Fry, JAMES B., Gen., denies assertion
at Wolf River, Tenn..

D. 60
of Dean Richmond,

D. 1
Fair Gardens, Tenn., National victory his account of Fort Pillow, P. 55 FULBRIGHT, EPARUM,

D. 58
at,
D. 37 official report of the massacre at Fort FULBRIGHT, WILLIAM,

D. 56
FALLS, ELIAS. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 10 Pillow,

Doc. 599 Fulks, NATHAN S. See Fort Pillow,
“ Fannie and Jennie," capture of the, raid in Tennessee,

Doc, 831

Doc. 26
D. 43
noticed,

Doc. 491; D. 26 FULLER, Lieut.-Col., Third Ar-
"Fanny," capture of the,
D. 68 Fort Caswell, N. C., blockade-runner kansas Cavalry,

D. 35
FARRAGUT, D. G., Rear-Admiral, sailed

" A. D. Vance" beached near, D. 35 FULLER, --, Major, Sixth Maine, Doc. 163
from Brooklyn, N. Y., D. 31 Fort De Russey, La., capture of, D. 53 FULTON, SAMUEL, See" Black Hawk,"
arrives at New-Orleans,
D. 36 accounts of the capture of, Doc. 429

Doc. 12
Report of the capture of the "M. P. list of officers captured at, Doc, 431 FURAY, WILLIAM S., account of the
Burton,"
D. 51 Fort Donelson, Tenn., a reminiscence battles of Chattanooga,

Doc. 223
Report of the capture of Mobile,

of the surrender of,

P. 87
Doc. 98 Fort Esperanza, Texas, destroyed, D. 16
letter of Secretary Welles to, Doc. 99 Reports of the reduction of, Doc. 215

G
Report on the surrender of Fort Fort Gibson, Ark., fight at,

D. 23
Powell, Ala.,

Doc, 100 Fort Gray, N. C., attack on, D. 61 Gaines's Landing, Red River, reports
General Orders on the operations Fort Morgan, Reports of the capture of the engageinents at,

Doc. 529
near Mobile,
Doc. 130 of,

Doc. 133 Gainesville, Florida, captured by the
letter on the survey of the ram" Ten- Fort Pillow, Tenn., massacre at, Re-

Nationals,

D. 44
nessee,

Doc. 131 port of Committee on the Conduct GALLAGHER, CHARLES. See Returned
Report on the loss of the “ Philippi,"

of the War,
Doc. 1 ; D. 63 Prisoners,

Doc. 85
Doc. 143 General Forrest's official report of GALLAGHER, — Capt., Second Ohio
FARRAR, B. G., Col., Second Miss, ar-

the affair at,

Doc. 595 Regiment, account of his escape
tillery,
Doc, 377 General Forrest's unofficial account from Libby Prison,

Doc. 372
Fasts, Jefferson Davis's proclamation

of the massacre at,

P. 55 GALLEHCE, WARREN C., Eighty-fourth
of March 12, 1564,
Doc. 458 President Lincoln's remarks on the

Indiana,

Doc. 221
Fat Volunteers, encouragement to, P. 35 massacre at,

D. 67 GALLUP, Col., account of his ex-
FAULKNER, —, rebel, his guerrillas

fight near,

D. 53 pedition into Western Virginia,
routed,

D. 10
Fort Pillow, a poem,
P. 40

Doc. 567
FAULKNER,
- Col., rebel, at Padu- Fort Powell, Ala., bombardment of, D. 47 at Paintsville, Ky.,

D. 03
cah,

Doc. 499 surrender of, official reports of Ad- GAMBLE, R. H., Gov., died at St. Louis,
FAULKNER, Ww. B., Gen. See Red
miral Farragut and others, Doc. 100

D. 40
River campaign,

Doc. 545 Fort Sanders, Tenn., assault on, D. 16; GAXSEVOORT, GUERT, Capt., report of
Fayette, Miss., fight at,
D. 24
Doc. 316 the James River expe lition,

Doc. 43
FENTIS, AARON. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 15 Fort Smith, Ark., reconnoissance froin, GastT, E. W., Gen., perdoned, D. 19
FERRERO, EDWARD, Gen., at Bean Sta-

D. 21 GARDE, FRANCISCO, death of, D. AS
tion,

D. 21

Fort Sumner, N. M., fight near, D. 31 GARDNER, CHABLES HOW ANO, the
at Campbell's Station, Tenn., Doc. 159 Fort Sumter, S. C., bombardment and drummer-boy of the Eighth Vichi
FERGUSON, CHAMP, his band surprised,

accident at,
D. 1, 42 gan,

P. 2!
D. 03, 51 See Charleston, S. C.

GARFIELD, J. A., Brig.-Gen., at Chicka-
noticed,
Doc. 206 Fort Wagner, s. C., Report of Major maug,

Doc. 361
Ferguson, J., Col., captures Gen.

T. B. Brooks, on the operations of GARRAND, J., Col., at Cheek's Cross-
Scammon,
Doc. 495 the negro troops at,
Doc. 279 Roads, Tenn.,

D. 53
FiFan, GEORGE N.,
Doc. 247 “Forward March," by Mrs. C. J. noticed,

D. 37; Doc. 339
Fifteenth Army Corps U. S. A., oper-

Moore,

P. 71 GATES, Lieut., Third Arkans is
ations of the, in Alabama, Doc. 356 FOSTER,

-, Col., noticed,
D. 21 Cavalry,

D. 31
Finances. See Jay Cooke,

D. 1 FOSTER, EVERETT W., Major, Report of GEARY, Join W., Brig.-Gen., order on
a chaos in the rebel,
D. 29 the battle of Fitzhugh's Woods,

the battle of Lookout Mountain,
Financial. See Confederate Notes, D. 6

Ark.,
Doc. 510

Doc. 248, 211
B'INLEY, J. A., Capt.,
Doc. 501 | FOSTER, Ira R., Quar.-Master Gen. of at Chattanooga,

Doc. 195

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PAGS
GEARY, John W., Brig.-Gen. See Mis- GRANGER, G., Maj.-Gen. See Fort Gwynne's Island, rebel “marine bri-
sion Ridge,
Doc. 604 Powell, Ala.,
Doc. 100 gade" captured at,

D. 10
expedition down the Tenn. River, D. 64 reinforces Burnside at Knoxville, D. 17
noticed,
Doc. 209 notices of,

D. 2; Doc, 208
GEARY, -- Col., rebel, capture of, at Dandridge, Tenn.,

Doc. 339

H
Doc. 461 relieveil,

D. 59
Gelsertown, Miss. See Wirt Adams. GRANT, PETER, killed,

D.

7 HALE, C., Major Fifty-ninth Ill., Doc. 665
"General Hunter," destruction of the, Grant, LLYSES S., Major-Gen., opera- HALL, BENJAMIN H., poem by, P. 21

D. 62 tions of, in Tennessee, Doc. 175 HALL, WILLIAM P., Major Sixth New-
GENTIS, DANIEL. See Returned Prison. his treatment of rebel paroled pris-

York Cavalry,

Doc. 578
Doc. 90 oners from Vicksburgh, D. 16 II ALLECK, Fitz-GREENE, a song by, P. 15
GEORGE, Z, G., Gen., rebel, Doc. 462 medal voted to him by Congress, D. 19 HALLECK, H. W., Major-Gen., report
Georgetown, S. C., restruction of, D. 17 thanked by President Lincoln, D. 19 of operations in 1803, Doc. 163
Georgia, disaffection in,

D. 13 congratulatory order of Dec. 10, D. 19 on the battle of Gettysburgh, Doc. 315
"the future of, involved in the suc-

order in reference to county records, relieved from duty as General-in-
cess of the rebels,"
D. 31
D. 20 Chier,

D. 51
occupation of, considered, D. 70 armies at Nashville, Tenn., D. 2+ Gen. Rosecrans's letter to, P. 53
Gov. Brown's Message to the Legis. report on the capture of Gen. Vance,

noticed,

D. 83, 57
lature of,
D. 51

D. 33 HALLOCK, ISAAC, Acting Ensign, D. 69
Legislature of, adopts Linton Ste- appointed Lieut.-Gen.,

D. 48 Haux, MICHAEL, installed as Goy, of
pliens's peace resolutions, D. 55 receives his commission as Lieut.-

Louisiana,

D. 49
Supreme Court of, affirms the con-

Gen.,

D. 50 President Lincoln's letter to, D. 52
stitutionality of the rebel anti-

his speech,

D. 50 HAMILTON, ANDREW J., Gov. of Texas,
substitute law,
D. 56 assumes command of the armies of

address of, Jan. second, 1861, D. 31
Georgia volunteers, rebel, noticed, D. 1 the United States,

D. 51 BLAMILTON, —-, Col., rebel, D. 39
GERE, E. B., Capt., noticed,

P. 61 report of the battles of Chattanooga, HAMILTON, WILLIAM, Lieut., noticed,
Germania Ford, Va., operation of the

Doc. 191

Doc. 106
Army of the Potomac at, Doc. 239 public confidence in,

Doc. 253 HAMPTON, WADE, Gen., rebel account
Gettysburgh, Pa., consecration of a orders in reference to rebel desert-

of his expedition into Culpeper,
national cemetery at,

D. 10
ers,
Doc. 281 Va.,

D. 10
Gen, Pettigrew's brigade at, D. 51 order in reference to pilots, etc., on HANCOCK, WINFIELD Scott, Gen., as.
battle of. See Halleck's report, Doc. 170 the Mississippi River and its trib-

signed to the cotnmand of the
account of the battles at, Doc. 315 utaries,

Doc, 376
Second Corps,

D. 56
another account,
Doc. 350 a Scotch anecdote of,

P. 84 “Hancock," capture of the rebel
incidents of,

P. 5
anecdote of "uncovering Washing-

schoonor,

D. 26
“G. Garibaldi," capture of the, D. 49

P. 36 HANKS, J. M. See Arkansas, Doc. 325
GHERARDI, BANCROFT, Lieut. Com., re- an incident of Vicksburgh, P. 45 HANNA, J., Marshall,

P. 26
port of operations near Mobile, Doc. 125 noticed,

D. 36, 43, 47, 58, 59, 65 “ Hannah," sloop, captured, D. 51
See Mobile,

Doc. 101 Grant, a poem by George H. Boker, P. 12 Hannibal, Mo., guerrilla attack near,
GHOLSON, Gen., rebel, Doc. 493, 495 Grant's Pass, Ala., gunboats attack

D. 67
GILLIS, JAMES H., Lieut. Com., report

the fort at,

D. 45 HARDEE, WILLIAM J., Lieut.-Gen., as-
of the James River expedition, Doc. 439 GRAVES, JENNIE, Mrs., sent to the

sumes command of the rebel
GILLINGHAM, NED., Capt., adventure South,

D. 87
army,

D. 17
of,
P. 4 GRAVES, MARY S., Gen. Butler's let- at Lookout Mountain,

Doc. 213
GILLMORE, Q. A., Gen., noticed,

ter to,
P. 62 noticed,

D.
D. 19, 32; Doc. 37 GRAVES, NELLY, noticed,

P. 51 HARDING, DUNCAN. See Fort Pillos,
despatch concerning Gen. Seymour's Greek Fire thrown into Charleston,

Doc. 10
campaign in Florida,
Doc. 391 S. C.,

D. 31 Hardy County, Va., Fitz-Hugh Lee's
report on the battle of Olustee, Doc. 401 used by guerrillas,

D.
raid in,

Doc, 326
GILTNER, -, Col., rebel, at Cheek's

of the South,

P. 7 Harper's Ferry, Va., railroad train
Cross-Roads,
D. 53 GREELEY, HORACE, noticed,

D. 49 attacked and robbed near, D.
GIRARD, CHARLES, the condition of the GRERY, C. II., Lieut. Com., Doc. 101 “Ilarriet Lane," capture of the Doc, 178
confederate States, by,

P. 27 report of operations near Mobile, HARRIS, B, F., Lieut.-Col. Sixth Maine,
GIRAID, P., Lt., noticed, Doc. 106

Doc. 125

Doc. 162
GLASSELL, WM, 'T., Lieut., rebel, P. 9 GREEN, THOMAS, Gen., death of, Doc. 525 HARRIS, B. G., of Md.,

D. 61
GLIDDEN, GEORGE B., En-ign, report

567.

HARRIS, H., Miss,

D. 21
of operations near Mobile, Doc. 110 Green County, Mo., rebel depreda- HARRIS, THOMAS M., Lieut.-Col., Doc. 61
GODWIN, A. C., Col, rebel, Doc. 165 tions in,

D. 56

HARRIS, -, Gen., rebel, at Padu.
Golden Gate, steamer, seized by guer- Greenville, NC., fight near, D. 13, 28

Doc.

1
rillas,

D, 63 Greenwood, Miss., account of a fight HARRISON, BENTON N. See Jefferson
Gooci, D, W. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 1

near,

Doc. 496
Davis,

Doc. 514
See Returned Prisoners.

GREER, J A., Lieut. Com., his account II ARRISON, Col., his guerrilla
“Good Hope," capture of the, D. €7 of the aitack on Waterproof, La.,

band,

D. 25
GOODING, - Col., Sixth Massachu-

D. 45 HARRISON, D. W. See Fort Pillow,
setts Cavalry. See Campti, La. GREGG, D. McM., Gen., expedition of

Doc. 22
Goose Creek, Fla., salt works destroy-

to Aldie and Middleburgh, Va., HARRISON, T. J., Col. Thirty-ninth In-
D. 4S

D. 46
diana,

Doc, 423
*Gopher," capture of the, D. 21 See Kilpatrick's raid,

Doc. 594 HARRISON, W. A., Rev., banished, D. 33
GORDON, Brig.-Gen., lubel, Doc. 163 See Rapidan,

Doc. 241 1ᏓᎡᎢ , ,
his battery,

D. 52
Gordon, H. L.,

P. 63
noticel,
D. 31 ILARTE, F. B.,

P. 31
GORDOY, WILLIAM F.,
Doc. 455 GRENEWALD, LEONARD, anecdote of, P.

17

HASKINS, Jons. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 13
GORDON, STEWART, Lt.,
Doc. 3; 1 GRESLAM, Col., rebel,

cah,

ed on,

D. 19
HATCII,

Col, at Colliersville,
GORRINGE, H. il., Acting Master, no- "Gray Jacket," steamer, captured, D. 30 Tenn.,

D. 2
ticed,

Doc. 522 Greysville, Tenn., fight near, Doc. 209 HATCH, EDWARD, Col. Second Iova
Goss, WILLIAM, Thirty-fourth Kera- Glice, , Mr. Sce Rebel Retalia-

Cavalry,

Doc. 461
tucky Infantry, gallantry of, D. 46

tion,
Doc. 455 noticed,

D. 2, 17
GOURDIN, ROBERT N. See " The 1860 GRIERSON, BENJAMIN II., Gen., ac- HATCH, J. P., Gen.,

D. 55
Association,"
Doc. 593 counts of his expedition into HATHAWAY, B.,

P. 52
Governinent Bonds. See Jiy Cooke,

D, 48, Doc. 457, 499 " Hattie Brock," capture of the, D. 35
CRARAM, - Colon-l, notic, D. 21 at Wolf River, Tenn.,

D. 60 ILAWKINS, WILLIAM S., Col., rebel,
GRALAM, CHARLES K., Brig-lieu., re. GROSE, W., Col., report of the battle

Hawkins Scouts, capture of,

D. 8)
port of combined expedition up

of Mission Rilia,
Doc. 603 at Piney Factory, Tenn.,

D.
the James River, Doc. 139; D. 63 report of operations around Dalton, HAWKINS, - Col. Seventh Tenn.
account of his expedition into Vir-

Doc. 600
Union troops,

Dec. 1
ginia,
Doc. 310 notice of,
Doc. 205 noticed,

D. 51
his expedition to Brandon Farms, Guerrillas. See" Citizen Guerrillas," HAY, Joux, Major, poems by, P. 15, 21
D. 37

D. 51 See Olustee, Fla.,

Doc, 405
GRAHAM, GEORGE W., Capt., his expe. Gov. Bramlette's proclamation on, HAYES, ALEXANDER, Gen., at the Rapi-
dition to Greenville, N. C., D. 13

Doc. 327 dan,

Doc 419
Grand Coteau, La., reports of the GUITAR, Brig.-Gen., relinquished his ILAYES, H, H., Gen., rebel, Doc, 165
battle of
Doc. 149 command in North Mo., D. 59 HAYES, Gen., noticed,

P. 55
Grand Ecore, La., occupation of, by Guion, GEORGE M., Col. See" Marine Hazen, W. B., Brig.-Gen., report of
the Nationals,
Doc. 520 Brigade,"

D. 10 the battle of Chattanooga, Doc 222

Miss.,

Va.,

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