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Ability of the Northern States to sustain a State of War. 512 Baltimore, Assault on the Massachusetts Troops, April 22,
Act of 1795......

81
1851

95
Acquia Creek Battery, Bombardment of................ 180

Treasonable Elements in .......

145
Activity in Northern Virginia......

203
Large Seizure of Arms in...

146
Advance, First, upon Manassas

247
Route Through, Reopened.

1:20
Address of Rebel Generals to their Troops, after Battle of

Occupied by Butler's Forces.

. 121, 145
Manassas

273

and Ohio Railroad Closed...........
Address of John C. Breckenridge to Kentuckians....... 376

Board of Police, Arrest of......

368
Advance (Federal) into Virginia, May 24, '61......... · 175 Ball's Bluff, (Edwards' Ferry,) Disaster at.... .344-349
Upon Manassas
343 Baker, Colonel Edward D., at Ball's Bluff.

345
Address of Tennessee Conservatives...

99
Death of.......

347
Adams' Express, Heavy Exportations of Arms by, to the Baptists in the North, Loyalty of.........

107
Revolutionists..

147

“ Bee," New Orleans, on the Yrnkees ................. 59
Alleghany Summit, Western Va., Battle of............. 462 Bell, John, of Tennessee, Address of April 18, '61....... 90
American Superiority in Wealth....
245 | Berrett, Mayor of Washington, arrest of...

368
Property, Assessed Value of.,
245 | Beaufort, S. C., reconnoissance to.......

391
Anaconda,”
471 Belmont, Mo., battle of..

411-13
Anderson, Major Robert, Replies to General Beauregard's Benjamin, Judah P., Secretary of War, rebel, order to
Demand for his Surrender..

execute Bridge Burners.

420
and “ Colonel” Wigfall..

78 Benham, Captain H. W. Pursuit of Garnet............. 207
Terms of Surrender..

79

General H. W., failure to capture Floyd's
Othcial Dispatch to the Secretary of War..... 80

army.......

459
Major, Reception in New York....

109 Beauregard, General, Demand for Surrender of Fort
General Robert, in Command in Kentucky.... 372

Sumter

73
Relieved from Command in Kentucky........ 375

in Command in Virginia..

134
Annapolis, Movement upon, by Gen. Butler, April 20, '61 97

Infamous Proclamation of

177
Occupation of ....

98

Knowledge of McDowell's Movements.... 259
Antagonisms Excited in the North Against the South... 108

Counter stroke designed by way of Black-
" Appeal,” Memphis, on the Union Insurrection in East

burn's Ford...

260
Tennessee.

419

Omicial Report of the Battle of Bull Run... 496–506
Appendix .

472

Address to his soldiers, July 28, '61......... 273
Arms Distributed to the States.......
6 Berlin, Va., Bridge Burned at....

215
Army, Federal, July 4, '61.......

235
Bethel, Va., Expedition against...

198
Arkansas Ordinance of Secession...
154 Bethel, Big, Va., Federal assault on..

199
Convention, March, 1861.
.24–31 Bererly, Va., in McClellan's hands..

206
Special Point against....

154 Black, Secretary of State, Instructions to our Minister to
“ Conservatives,” Address of...
155 France...

194
Act Repudiating all Northern Debts and Con-
Blackburn Ford, Battle of, July 18th, 1861.

261
fiwating all Northern Property........ 155 Blenker, Colonel Louis, at Battle of Bull Run.

........ 269
Acts of Seizure and Violence in....... 156 Blockade Squadron, operations of ......

357
Arrest on the High Seas of Mason and Slidell, Rebel Blue's Gap, Va., Federal attack on....

464
“ Commissioners” to European Courts........ ..397-99 Blockade, Lincoln's First Proclamation of..

89
Arms in the South......

435
Second

142
Army, Rebel, in Virginia, Organization of, at close of

Efforts to make it Efficient

89
1861.....

471
Enforcement of......

142
Assault on Massachusetts Troops by the Baltimore Mob. 95

English Attempts to Violate..

12
on the Federal Troops in St. Louis .......... 161 Bombardment of Fort Sumter.......

. 74-78
Atrocious Aspersions of President Lincoln, Instances of. 138 Booneville, Mo., Rebels at, in July, '61...
Awakening of the People.....

80

Bowling Green, Ky., rebel forces at, Nov. 261.......... 421
B.

Border States, Attitude of, March, '61...............18, 171
Bayard, U. S. Senate, Resolution of, Substitute for Fessc.-

Disloyalty of......

98
38
Convention in Frankfort, Ky..

......169-172
Speech of........

47
Convention's Addresses.

172

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C.-Continued
Bragg, Braxton, Commissioned Brigadier General C. S. A. 21 Charleston, 8. C., during the bombardment of Fort Sumter 76
Before Fort Pickens......

56

alarm at, after the fall of the Port Royal
Breckenridge, U. S. Senate, Speech of .............

Forts....

392
vs. Douglas.....

..51-53

" harbor obstructed by old vessels....... 393
Resolutions of, in U. S. Senate..

54
Va., occupied by Patterson..........

216
Opposition Speech, July 16, '61.
240 Cheat Mountain, Va., battle of.......

314
bis Last Address.........

376

rebel account of.

315
Rev. Dr., Declarations of......
171 Chilhowe, Mo., Pope's operations at.....

455
Brown, Mayor of Baltimore, Letter to President Lincoln, Chicacomico, N. C., affairs at, Oct. 4–5, '61.

360
April 19, '61...
96 Cities of the North in April, 1861....

82
Brown, Colonel Harvey, at Fort Pickens

357
Citizens, Northern, arrest of...

368
Report of Bombardment, Nov. 22, 396 Clark, Lieut. Gov. of Texas, declared Governor...

33
Brownlow, “ Parson," labors in East Tennessee......... 295 Clark, U. S. Senate, reply to Douglas' assault on the Re-
Bridge Burning in Fast Tennessee......
418 publicans.

49
Buckner, General, Interview with General Prentiss, Ap'l Clay, Cassius M., “ Memorandum"

480
29, '61..........

168

Clingman, U. S. Senator, attack on Inaugural Message. 11, 45
Interview with General McClellan...... 173

rejoinder to Douglas.....

13
Last Epistle. Address to Kentuckians. 374

defense of Wigfall......

35
Bull Run, Battle of.....

.253-277

Thos. L., in the Confederate Congress.... 157
Rebel rout at....

262

Resolutions of, from the North Caroli.
Federal rout at..

267
na House of Commons..............

167
Views regarding Plan of Battle of ............ 271 Clark, Fort, at Hatteras inlet ......

354
Battle of, Numbers engaged on both sides.... 272 Commissioners, Confederate,to Washington, in March, '61 16
Losses on both sides........

communication to Mr. Seward 16
Importance of the Battle of.....

307

6 last communication to same.. 69
Battle of, Atrocity to the wounded and dead.. 274

Jeff Davis' version of do...... 472
cause of its disaster. Report of Investigating

to Europe......

306
Committee.....

507 Confederate States' Congress, proceedings of, 21, 122, 304, 434
Butler, General B. F., Opens the Annapolis Route to

Act recognizing a state of war........ 131
Washington

97
design to coerce the North ................

87
Reply to Gov. Hicks' Protest.... 118

Troops—second levy

SS
in Command of Department of

Currency

435
Virginia...

143
finances, May, 1861...

. 135, 435
in Command at Fortress Monroe. 146

Keynote of their cause..

181
Decision regarding Slaves...... 191

Want of consistency..

153
of the Hatteras Expedition...... 353

Emissaries in Europe...

306
Burnside, General Ambrose E., at Battle of Bull Run, Re-

Troops in the field up to Aug. '61.......... 362
port of...................

261

“ Convention" by which Missouri was ad-
Buell, General Don Carlos, in command in Kentucky.... 421

mitted to the Confederacy.

522
“ Bucktails," the, at Dranesville..

470 Constitution, Permanent, of the Confederate States..... 21
C.

ratification of, by the States. .......
Canaille reign in Richmond.....

20

Federal, provisions and non-provisions of.. 185
Cass, Lewis, loyal course of ............

103 Contributions in the North-Support of the Government 140
Calhoun, John C., confessions to Commodore Stewart... 150 Confiscation of Northern Claims...

135
Cadwallader, General, in command at Baltimore....... 146

act, (Federal)..

862
brigade of, over the Potomac..... 216

" nullity of......

303
at Williamsport....
216 Cushing, Caleb, loyal speech of.....

103
Cameron, Simon, Sec. of War, tirst report of July 4, '61. 234 Commercial Community of the North, loyalty of, April,
second report of........14446 1861...

101
visit to the West......... 335 Coercion, right of.........

189
orders to General Sherman 390 Columbus, Ky., occupied by the rebels
portions of his report Dec. 2, '61, ex- "Contraband" decision of General Butler.

191
cised by the President.....
520 Contrabands at Port Royal......

394
Campbell, Judge J. A., letters to Wm. H. Seward, April Congress, Federal, extra session of.

2-25
13, '61 .......

announced action of .....
Cairo, department of....

422
regular session of, Dec. '61....

436
Carrick's ford, battle of.....

207
Federal, excitement in..

451
Carnifex ferry, Va., battle of..

311
Cotton burning in South Carolina...

394
Carthage, Mo., battle of...
283 Cole, Mo., onslaught on Home Guards.........

281
Centreville, Va., first occupation of....

253
Courier," Louisville, suppression of......

379
Chamber of Commerce, N. Y., resolutions of, April, '61. 105 Cox, General J. D., occupation of Charleston, W. Va.... 310
Charlottesville Mint (N. C.) seized .......

99
Crittenden, John C., loyalty of.......

241
Chandler, U. S. Senate, reply to Breckenridge..

45
family of

373
Chambersburg, Pa., camp of.........
207 Crimean War, cost of ......

246
Chase, S. P, Sec. of Treas. Arst report of July 4, '61.... 232 Curran, Mo, rebol advance to

286
second report of Dec., '61..
448 | Curtin, Gov., of Pa., message of April, '61.

141

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Daniel, John M.........

20 Fairfax C. H., dash into, by Federal cavalry........... 179
Davis, Jefferson, letter to Arkansas convention......... 31

taken by McDowell's advance........... 250
second call for troops..
88 Faulkener, Charles J., arrest of ..

368
procl’ation authorizing letters of marque 88 Falsehoods, secession, specimen of..

59
message of April 30, '61..
122 Fast day in the South....

429
call for troops ....

136 Fessenden's resolution for vacating seats of Southern
misstatements regarding the spoils, &c.

Senators

37
at the battle of Bull Run .............

272
reply to Bayard.....

38
message of July, '61........

299
Douglas

41
letter to Abm. Lincoln in regard to pri. Federal advance into Virginia....

175
vateers ......
303 Finances, Confederate.....

23
message of Nov. 18, '61...

430
Federal, condition of, July 4, '61.

233
reply to the Maryland Commissioners... 184

good condition of.

367
speech in Richmond, June 1, '61 182

tabular statement of.

448
Davies, Colonel T. A., at battle of Bull Run
267 Fleet, first squadron sent South..

67
report of...........
268 Fox, Surgeon U. S. A., mission to Fort Sumter .........

67
Democratic press on the inaugural of Mr. Lincoln....... 11 Foreign affairs, solicitude of the North................. 192
party, loyalty of...........

102
wars, cost of..........

.......244, 246
DeBow's “ Review," infamous character of......

93 " recognition, Confederate faith in................. 305
J. D. Supt. of cotton and produce loan.... 805 “ intervention, fears of, in the North

365
Debt of Foreign Governments, tabular statement.. 243 Fortress Monroe, plot to sieze........

436
of Great Britain,

....... 244 Foster, U. S. Senate, resolutions to expel Wigfall... 34
" Delta," New Orleans, atrocious falsehoods of......... 138

speech against Wigfall............ 34
Dix, General John A., called to the service..... 143 Forts, U. S., in the South to be retained and reclaimed. 56
proclamation to the “ Eastern

in North Carolina seized

89
counties," Va........
467 Fortifications, (rebel,) around Norfolk...

197
Disappointment in the South at Northern unity......... 137

(Federal,) around Washington........... 312
on the invasion" of Virginia.. 181 Forces, Federal, in the field July 4, '61....

237
District of Columbia, enrolment of the militia in........ 72 | Forsythe, Mo., expedition against.....

285
Disanion demonstration in Richmond, in March, '61.... 20 Floyd, J. B,, Southern confession of his immense thefts. 57
Douglas, U.S. Senator, resolutions of inquiry in regard

“ rebel Gen., defeat at Carnifex ferry, Va.... 311
to Southern forts, &c.....

37

escape from Rosecrans at Gauley river..... 459
speech of, on the power of the Executive ..... 89

11 address to his troops..

461
vs. the Republican party ........... ......4, 9, 50 France, attitude of, in '61 ..

194
08. Breckenridge.........

.........50, 53, 54

Emperor of, proclamation of neutrality... 476
defense of the Inaugural Message.

11 Fremont, Maj. Gen. John C., history of his one hundred
Stephen A., loyalty of .....

102

days' rule...... .322-341
dying words of....

103

6 call for help, July 30, '61... 325
Dranesville, Va., McCall's first advance to..

343

and Lyon, relations of...... 326
evacuated by McCall.........

350
4 plans of defense ...........

327
battle of, Dec. 20, '61...

470

" proclamation of freedom ... 327
Dupont, Commodore Sam'l F., in command of the Port

number of his force........ 329
Royal expedition, naval arm.......... 386

" explanations regarding the
reconnoissances ordered by........... 395

loss of Lexington, Mo..... 332
Dunning, Colonel, attack on Blue's gap, Va....

464

4 modification of his procla-
Dug Springs, battle of...

286

mation of freedom.......

333

" advance after Price........ 334
East Tennessee, melancholy condition of, Nov. '61...... 380

army as organized......... 335
English subserviency to self-interest...

194

censure of, by Adjutant Gen.
England, cost of war with Napoleon..

244

Thomas...... 333
warlike attitude of, in the seizure of Mason

by Gen. Hunter.. 335
and Slidell......

400

6 body guard of, dash into
Ellis, Governor, of North Carolina, disloyal response to

Springfield.

336
the call for volunteers...

98

" occupation of Springfield... 339
proclamation convening the legislature of

relieved of his command... 340
North Carolina

98

" disposition for battle....... 3-10
Erricson, John, construction of the Monitor

447

“ treaty” with Price....... 415

335
European nations, Federal relations with

192 Fredericktown, Mo., battle of....
publlo debts of..........

242 Fry, Captain, efforts to burn bridges in East Tennessee.. 418
military levies in .......

246

G.
Everett, Edward, loyalty of .......
....... 104 Garnett, General, flight from Beverly.

206
“ Examiner,” Richmond, declaration against popular

Morris' pursuit of..

207
rights....

150
defeat at Carricksford..

207
Excitement over Mr. Lincoln's inaugural address.. 10 Garrard, Col., at battle of Wild Cat....

379
regarding the first naval movements....... 71 Garland, Col., rout of Humphrey Marshall.. ...... 424
Expeditions land and naval, comparative strength of... 386 | Gamble, Gov., of Missouri, proclamation of Aug. 5. '61.. 322

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Georgia, regolations of General Assembiy of, regarding

Hlton Head, Federal occupation of its fort.............

390
parpetaal separation..........

528
extension of its defenses.

391
Gorterluakoff, Prince, Roseban minister of state, to Baron Hollins, “Commodore," (rebel) attack on the blockadong
Merki, Rngsian minister to Washington..

479
squadron....

359
Graport Navy Yard, distruction of.....
111 Historical Summary, No. 3.....

1
Investigating Committee's report.. 114

No. 4.

83
Great Britain, attitude of, during 1861...

193

No. 5...
public debt of...

243
No. 6..

384
cost of her wars.
244 Houston, Governor, of Texas, proceeded against

32
tax e levied..

244

deposed...
patriotism of....

214 Howe, U. 8. Senate, speech of....
Queen of, neutrality proclamation.. 474 Holt, Joseph, efficiency in War Department.

57
Grafton, Va., Federal occupation of..

202
letter to Kentuckians...

171
Griffin's battery at Bull Ran.......
266 Hanter, U. 8. Senate, defense of treason.

36
Greenville, Tenn., Cpion Convention at, June, '61... 295 Hughes, Archbishop, loyalty of........
declaration of grievances
298 Huntersville, Va., expedition against .......

....... 463
resolations of.....

299 Hunter, Major-General David, relieves Fremont of his
Grant, Gen. Ulysses S., occupation of Kentacky soil.... 320

command...

340
first proclamatwn of............ 321

orders retreat from Springfield... 340
at battle of Belmont....... 412, 413

operations in Mo.............411–416
in com'd of department of Cairo.. 422

rejects the Fremont “ treaty”.... 415
Guthrie, James H., loyalty of....

100

orders to Colonel Jennison....... 456
Guerrillag in Mouri, efforts to soppress.........

456-459

1.
Guyandotte, Western Va., rebel descent on............
460 Inauguration of Mr. Lincoln......

5
destruction of............ 460 Inaugural address of....

6
H.

reception of, by the country.......9-10
Harlee, Wm.J., commissioned Brigadier Gen'l, C. 8. A.. 21 “ Ironsides,” old, frigate, sared from seizure in Annapolis 97
Hale, C. 8. Senata, reply to Breckenridge....... 44 Indemnity resolution, pot passed..

241
Harris, Gov. of Tennessee, response to the call for volun- Iron Clad war vessels, birth of...

447
99 Italian war, cost of ......

246
Hallett, B. F., loyalty of....
Harper's Ferry, evacuation of, April 1, '81............. 110 | Jackson, Gov. of Mo., answer to the call for volunteers. 101
first rebel evacuation of........

" calls extra session of the Legislature 101
destruction of bridges at, and in vicinity 215

" treasonable message, May 3, '61... 160
Harney, Gen., in command in Missouri.

161

" interview with General Lyon...... 165
proceedings of..

161

“ proclamation of defiance.......... 166
"treaty” with Gen. Price..

163

" at Booneville, July, '61........... 238
recall of, by the General Government.... 164

“ escape to New Madrid............. 285
Habeas Corpus writ, suspension of...

..163, 188
« intrigues of, exposed.

293
Judge Taney's action and opinion. 189

16 “ Declaration of Independence"..
served on Colonel Burke......... 369

" appeal to the State Guard......... 453
suspension of, Attorney General's

“ Declaration of Independence....... 509
opinion of....... .......480-487

“ Stonewall,” General, (rebel) battle with near
opinion of Ch. Justice Taney...487-492

Martinsburg, Va...

217
Hampton, Va., deserted..

197
advance to the Potomac.

467
burned..

200 Jennison, Colonel, doings in Western Missouri.......... 156
Halleck, Major-General Henry W., in St. Louis.

341 Johnson, Andrew, labors in Erst Tennessee........... 295
assumption of command.

..... 451

Johnston, Gen. Jos. E., (rebel) opposing Patterson...... 218
order « Number Threo"

451 " Journal of Commerce," New York, excluded from the
Number Thirteen.. 453

308
activity of......
454 “ Judah," privateer, destruction of.....

513
proceedings against secessionists, 458

K.
explanation of order No. 3. ...... 522 Kane, George P., arrest of, by Butler....

1.16
Hatteras Inlet, expedition to.....

.353-356

release of, and his "address"
Fort..
353 Kentucky, popular vote in, July 1, '61

317
surrendor of, to General Butler... 355

loyalty of....

317
Heintzelman, General S. P., at the battle of Bull Run,

efforts of secessionists in..

319
report of....

463
Legislature, assemblage of...

19
Hicks, Gov. of Maryland, note to President, April 19, '61 96

order for Contederate troops to leave her soil 320
protest against Butler's occu-

test resolves of Legislature...

3:20
pation of Annapolis ........

118
excitement among the people...

3:20
message of, to extra session of

military plot and counterplot..

32)
the Legislature............ 118
troops in the field....

3:21
call for Union volunteers...... 121

bill calling out volunteers..
opinion of George P. Kane.... 146

" neutrality” ended...

321
Hilton Hoad, bombardment of forts on ........

387
loyal at last...

370

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L.-Continued.
&entucky, position of, in March, '61....
..19, 24 Lincoln, Abraham, second call for voluntoers....

141
disloyal answer of her Governor to the first

message to Congress, July 4, '61..... 225
call for volunteers..

100
answer to Gov. Magoffin.....

318
crisis in, up to July, '61.....

167

order on the retirement of Gen. Scott. 361
great Union demonstration in Louisville..... 167

proclamation enforcing the Contisca-
extra session of legislature

169
tion Act.......

363
election in, May 4, '61.....

169

defense of the acts of .............. 364
" neutrality" proclamation....

170

message of Dec. 3, '61........... 437-443
attitude of the Legislature...

170 Lockwood, General H. H., advance into the “ Eastern
first Federal" invasion" of...
173 Counties," Va......

467
Legislative address to the people.

371 Loyal States, ability of, to sustain a state of war....... 512
military sitikation in Sept., '61...

372 Louisiana convention, transfer of money to the Confed-
Anderson in command in...

372
erate treasury..

23
militia and State guards called
373 Logan's place, Federal camp at....

425
Proclamation of rebels in ....

373
battle of (Mill Springs).

426
Buckner's address to people of... ...... 374 Louisville, loyal meeting in, April 18, '61...........100, 167
Confederate devastation in....

374

municipal authorities of, visit Cincinnati.... 158
battle of Wild Cat......

370 Loan,“ cotton and produce," of the Confederate States. 305
military situation, Nov. 15, '61.. 417, 421 Lyons, Lord, instructions in the Mason-Slidell case.... 401
conference (rebel) at Russellville..

420
remonstrance.....

516
loyal quota in the field, Yov. 7..

421 Lyon, Capt. Nathaniel, activity in Missouri............ 158
secession ordinance of, &c. ....

414-416

seizure of Camp Jackson........ 160
Kelley, Gen. B. F., capture of Romney, Va....

416

succeeds Harney,with commission
orders expedition against Biue's gap.. 464

of Brigadier-General...........

161
Keyes, Gen. E. D., at battle of Bull Run, report of.

interview with Jackson and Price....

165
King, Thomas Butler, labors of, in Europe.......... 306

(as General-Commanding) pursuit of Price...... 278
Knights of the Golden Circle, treason of ........

375
address of, to the people...

:. 279
L.

dispersion of rebels at Booneville, July 17, '61.. 280
Lay, Colonel G. W., mission to Charleston..

57
first military proclamation

281
Lamon, Col. Mark,

57
policy and plans........

282
lander, General Frederick, operations of

467
position at Springfield, July, '61....

285
Lafayette, Fort, prisoners incarceratod there, 1861..... 368

advance to meet the enemy..

286
Letters of marque and reprisal ; Davis' proclamation 88

at battle of Dug Springs..

286
Southern rejoicing thereat 88
death of...

290
Federal refused..........

360
and Fremont.....

326
Leadbetter, Col., (rebel) monstrous cruelty of......... 419

M.
Lee, Robert E., in command in Virginia, May, '61...... 134 Mason, Jas. M., views of Mr. Lincoln's inaugural....... 15
defeat at (heat Mountain...

314
defense of Wigfall........

35
Legislation, Northern, patriotism of....

140

resolution of, in regard to District of Co-
Leniency shown rebels.......

205

lumbia militia..
Lexington, Mo , rebel advance, against

329
and Slidell, arrest of....

.397-411
Federal advance to..
329 Massachusetts, first in the field...

93
“ siege and fall of..

.329-332
regiments embarked....

94
recapture of

511

troops of, assaulted in Baltimore....... 95
Letcher, Governor, of Va., disloyalty of......

91
value of her tonnage.....

245
proclamation of, April 17, '61...... 91 | Marylana, anomalous position of, April, '61............ 117
May 3, '61........ 148
welcomed into the “ Confederacy.

........ 117
interesting revelations of....... 435

public safety act .....

119
fulminations against the Federal Ad-

Legislature, disloyal legislation of, April, '61. 119
ministration...........

464
popular indiguation agoinst ..

119
message of Jan. 6, '62, remitting the

Legislature, treasonable resolutions of.. 121
Georgia State resolves of Dec. 1, '62 524 Mails, U. S., Mr. Blair's defense..

449
Linooln, Abraham, inauguration of.........
5 Martinsburg, Va., battle near, July 2, '61..

217
inaugural address........

5 Magofilu, Gov. of Ky., letter to the President........... 317
declaration regarding Fort Sumter... 56

message to Kentucky Legislature, Sept. 5, '61 169
ayowal of his policy regarding the

“neutrality proclamation" of .....

170
Southern forts....

69 Marshall, Humphrey, camp of.......
powerful sympathy for in the North 72, 80

rout of......

424
'proclamation of April 15, '61
81 Manassas, first advance upon, July, '61.

247
of blockade of insurrec- Mansfield, Col., in command at Washington.

143
tionary ports........ 89 Maynard, Horace, labors in Eust Tennessee.

295
answer to the Virginia commissioners, Mayflower," steamer, adventure of......

304
April 13, '61.....

90 McCullough's, Col. Ben, plot to scíze Washington....... 72
answer to the Mayor of Baltimore... 96

advance to Springfield....

286
atrocious aspersions of in the South.. 133 McCall, Gen. Geo. A., at Dranesville.....
second proclamation of blockade..... 142 | McClernaud, Gen. John A., at the battle of Belmonb..412-413

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