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Barnard, Chief Engineer, I., 363.
Barnwell, R. W., South Carolina Com-

missioner, I., 251, 252.
Barron, S., I., 339.
Bates, Edward, presides at Rişer and

Harbor Convention, I., 90; presiden
at Baltimore Convention, 145; be-
fore Chicago Convention, 218, 222,
223; tendered Cabinet position, 241;
Attorney-General, 282, 354; 11., 168,

170, 315.
Baton Rouge, I., 20, 21.
Laxter, Elisha, II., 272.
Rayard, G. D., II., 97.
Beardstewn, I., 30, 31, 152.
Beauregard, P. G. T., demands sur-

render of Suinter, I., 293; opens fire,
293; receives Andersous surrender
of Sumter, 294; at Manassas Junc-
tion, 319; in command, 332; Bull
Run, 332-338, 330; II., 23, 26, 27,

53, 120, 218.
Beaver-dan Creek, II., 62.
Beecher, Henry Ward, I., 212.
Bell, John, I., 86; nominated for

Presideney, 227; receives 39 elee-

toral votes, 235, 242.
Bell, Captain, II., 29.
Bellows, Henry W., II., 241.
Belmont, I., 357.
Benjamin, Judah P., II., 309.
Benton, Thomas H., quoted, I., 80;

85, 86; on Wilmot Proviso, 92.
Berry, Richard, I., 8.
Big Bethel, I., 321.
Bigler, William, I., 244, 246.
buds, anecdote of, I., 59.
Birney, James G., I., 94.
B!rney, David B., II., 150.
Bissell, William H., elected Governor

of Illinois, I., 145.
Blackburn's Ford, I., 333.
Black Hawk War, I., 30-34.
Black, Jeremiah S., Attorney-General,

I., 146; gives opinion to Buchanan,
250, 252; Secretary of State, 252;
advises detense of Sumter, 253, 254;

II., 9.
Black Troops, II,, 235-241, 243.
Blair, Francis P., II., 325-333.

Blair, F. P., Jr., I., 314; II., 233,

289, 321.
Rlair, Montgomery, Postmaster-Gen-

eral, I., 282, 288; favors relief of
Sumter, 289; blames Seward, 292;

11., 114, 233, 263; resigns, 305.
Blenker, Louis, I., 333; II., 39, 41, 70.
Blue Monday, I., 338.
Blunt, James G., II., 126, 127.
Bolivar, I., 9.
Beoker, Paul I., I., 6.
Boone, Daniel, I., 4.
Booneville, I., 319,
Booth, John Wilkes, II., 358, 359, 360.
Booth, L. F., II., 244.
Botts, J. M., I., 85.
Boutwell, George S., Governor of

Massachusetts, I., 200.
Bowen, J. S., II., 187.
Bowling Green, II., 2-5, 11.
Bcwne, John, I., 4.
Boyd, Linn, I., 86.
Bradford, Major, IĮ., 244.
Bragg, Braxton, II., 120, 121, 124,

146, 147, 148, 151, 187, 211, 213, 214,

215, 216.
Brainerd, C. H., I., 98.
Bramlette, Thomas E., II., 239.
Brechloridge, John C., nominated, I.,

144, and elected to VicePresideney,
145:

nominated for Presidency,
227; recelyes 72 eleetoral votes, 235;
Senator, 244; opposes approval of
Lineoln's acts, 325-327; II., 25, 147,

336.
Brecklnridge, R. J., II., 260.
Breese, Sidney, I., 157.
Brodhead, John M., II., 168.
Brooks, Phillips, II., 365,
Brooks, W. T. H., II., 167.
Brough, John, II., 177, 295.
Brown, J. E., I., 237.
Brown, Aaron V., Postmaster-General,

I., 146.
Brown, B. Gratz, II., 278.
Brown, George W., interview with

Lincoln, I., 303.
Brown, John, raid, I., 206.
Brown, John J., client of Lincola, I.,

66.

Browning, Orville A., I., 50, 106, 261.
Bryuut, William Cullen, presides at

Cooper Institute, I., 213.
Buchanan, Franklin, I., 278, 311.
Buchanan, James, I., 125; nominated

for Presidency over Douglas, 144,
and elected, 145; selects Cabinet,
146; recommends Lecompton Constl-
tution, 156; opposes secession in
message, 244, 250; interviews with
Scuth Carolina commissioners, 252;
orders Sumter reenforced, 253;
warned by Scott of inadequate
manning of Southern forts, 254;
special message to Congress, 255;

receives Lincoln, 274; exit, 282.
Buckner, Simon B., II., 14; surrenders

Fort Donelson, 16.
Buell, Don Carlos, I., 356, 357; II.,

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 16, 24, 26, 58, 120,
121, 123, 124; relieved of command,

146.
Buffalo, I., 261; speech at, 265.
Buford, John, II., 195, 216, 320.
Bull Run, I., 332-338; Second, 100,

101.
Bureau of Military Justice, II., 274.
Bureau of National Currency, II., 273.
Burlingame, Anson, I., 200.
Burnett, H, C., I., 329, 330.
Buraside, Ambrose E., I., 333; II.,

17, 46, 60, 95, 98, 105, 106; Antle-
tam, 108-110; succeeds McClellan,
138; Fredericksburg, 154-157; criti-
cised, 166; mud campaign, 167; at-
tempts to discipline his generals,
167; superseded by Hooker, 168;
Vallandigham case, 175-177; 213,

215, 230, 251, 252, 287.
Bush, Sally, married Daniel Johnston,

I., 16; married Thomas Lincoln, 17;

see Lincoln, Sally Bush.
Butler, Benjamin F., secedes from

Baltimore Convention, I., 227; passes
through Md., 306, 311, 312; Major-
General, 321; "contraband of war,”
346; letter to Scott, 346; from
Cameron, 347; expedition against
Hatteras, 379; II., 28, at New Or-
leans, 30; 115, 149, 171, 246, 249,

200, 252, 254, 258, 284, 285, 294, 295;

Fort Fisher, 325; 373.
Butler, William, 1., 48; interyenes in

Shields contropersy, 74.
Butterfield, Justin, I., 106, 108.
Cabinet, Lincoln's, I., 239-242.
Cadwallader, George, I., 326.
Calhoun, John, I., 34, 36, 50, 54, 156.
Calhoun, John C., I., 80, 86, 92, 123.
Californią admitted, I., 123.
Cameron aîd Rutledge, I., 29.
Cameron, Simon, I., 86; before Chl-

çago Convention, 218; considered
for Cabinet, 240; Secretary of War,
282; opposes relief of Sumter, 289,
205; report, 328; letter to Butler,
347; visits Fremont, 355; letters
from Scott, 366-368; suggestion 48
to arwing slaves disapproved by

Lincoln, 373; II., 7, 8, 263,
Campaign of 1860, 229-235.
Campbell, John A., I., 278, 287; re-

ceives telegram from Seward, 291;

II., 326-333; 352, 353.
Canby, Edward R. S., II., 21, 227,

299, 343, 353, 375.
Canisius, Theodore, I., 200.
Carnifex Ferry, I., 358.
Carr, Eugene A., II., 19.
Cartwright, Peter, quoted, I., 12; can.

didate for Congress against Lin-

coln (1846), 82.
Carrick's Ford, I., 318.
Casey, Silas, II., 44, 49, 50, 53, 54, 55.
Cass, Lewis, I., 90; nominated for

Presidency, 90, 93; Lincoln on war
record, 96, 97, 100, 103, 125; Secre-

tary of State, 146; resigns, 252.
Cedar Creek, II., 309.
Centreville, I., 333, 334, 337, 340.
Chancellorsville, II., 180-184.
Chandler, Zachariah, I., 374.
Cbarleston, I., 250; firing on Star of

the West, 255; II., 218.
Charleston, Convention of 1860, I.,

226.
Charleston, Ill., Lincoln-Douglas de:

bate, I., 188.
Chase, Salmon P., in "Liberty'

Cobb, Howell, I., 86; Secretary of

Treasury, 146; resigns, 252; 283; II.,

245.
Cochrane, John, II., 267.
Corey, II., 126.
Cofilng, Churchill, I., 94.
Cold Harbor, II., 63, 253.
Coles County, I., 28, 56.
Colfax, Schuyler, letter to, I., 201;

II., 219.
Collamer, Jacob, I., 85; before Chl-

cago Convention, 218; 244; II., 160,

295, 367, 368.
Colorado, organized as Territory, I.,

258.
Columbia, District of, I., 104, 123,

300; slavery in, abolished, II., 82.
Columbus, speech at, I., 261, 263.
Columbus, Ky., II., 2-5, 11.
Compromise of 1830, I., 123.
Confederacy, formed at Montgomery,

I., 259; provides for army, 286;
orders attack on Sumter, 293; trans-

fers capital to Richmond, 330.
Confiscation Act, I., 344, 348, 374.
Conkling, J. C., II., 202.
Conkling, Roscoe, II., 293.
Connelly, Henry, II., 21.
Constitutional Union Party, I., 228.
"Contraband of War," I, 346.
Conventions, I., 145, 227; II., 260-264.
Combs, Leslie, I., 100.
Cooper Institute speech, I., 213.
Cooper, Samuel, I., 278, 310.
Corinth, Miss., II., 23, 24, 125, 126.
Corning, Erastus, II., 175.
Corse, J. M., II., 318.
Corwin, Thomas, in Senate, I., S6;

speech Mexican War, 86; at
River and Harbor Convention, 30;
99, 245; amendment to Crittenden
compromise agreed to, 276; Minis-

movement, I., 95; opposes Kansas-
Nebraska bill, 128; arraigned by
Douglas, 129; speech at Cleve-
land, 202;

candidate for Sena-
torship, 204, 206; on John Brown,
207; before Chicago Convention,
218, 220; considered tor Cabi-
det, 240, 243; opposition to appoint-
ment, 275; Secretary of Treasury,
282; favors relief of Sumter, 289,
310; report to Congress, 329; au-
thorized to borrow money, 329; 331;
II., 7, 9, 81, 86, 104; tenders resig.
nation, 161; declined by Lincoln,
162.; 168, 231; Pomeroy circular, 232;
letter to Lincoln, 233; replies, 233,
234; resignation accepted, 275, 276;
293, 294, 295; Chief Justice, 315, 333,
338, 364, 367, 368, 369, 371, 372, 375,

376, 378.
Ckattanooga, II., 211-216.
Cheatham, B. F., I., 357; II., 123, 320.
Chestnut, s. C. Senator, I., 237.
Chicago, I., 34, 48, 110, 197; Repub-

lican National Convention, 216; plat.
form, 217; Lincoln nominated, 219;
Democratic National Convention, II.,

276.
Chicago and Galena bill, I., 38.
Chickamauga, II., 212.
Cholera of 1832, I., 34.
Christian Commission, II., 242.
Cincinnati (Democratic) Convention of

1856, I., 144.
Cincinnati, McCormick trial, I., 204;

speech at, 261, 263; II., 292, 295.
Clary's Grove, I., 28, 31.
Clay, Cassius M., I., 218; considered

for Cabinet, 241; Minister to Russia,

283; II., 7.
Clay, Clement C., II., 277, 278, 279,

298, 310.
Clay, Henry, I., 9, 79, 80, 85, 89; candi-

date in 1848, 93, 94, 97, 99, 100, 114;
Lincoln's eulogy on, 115; quoted, 117;

quoted, 175.
Clayton, John M., I., 86.
Cleburne, P. R., II., 320.
Cleveland, I., 261; speech at, 264.
Clinton, De Witt, I., 89.

ter to Mexico, 283.
Couch, D. N., II., 44, 49, 50, 53, 65,

108, 180, 181, 182.
Covode J. J., 374.
Cox, Jacob D., I., 358; II., 106.
Cox, S. S., 158, 159, 160, 297..
Crawford, Martin J., I., 287.
Crawford, S. W., II., 97.

on

Crawford house, I., 25.
Crisfield, John W., II., 81.
Crittenden, George B., II., 20.
Crittenden, John J., I., 156; com-

promise, 244, 245, 246; compromise
defeated, 276; resolution, 338; II.,

6, 81.
Crittenden, T. L., II., 26, 27, 123, 124,

146, 147, 211, 212.
Crocker, Il., 149.
Crook, George, II., 254.
Curtin, Andrew G., I., 222; Governor

of Pennsylvania, 232.
Curtis, Benjamin R., dissents from

Dred Scott decision, I., 150.
Curtis, George William, I., 217.
Curtis, Sainuel R., II., 18, 19, 126,

170, 172, 173.
Cushing, Caleb, presides at Charleston

and Baltimore Conventions, I., 227.
Custer, George A., II., 249.
Dahlgren, John A., II., 217.
Dakota, organized as Territory, I.,

258.
Davies, T. A., I., 333.
Davis, Charles H., II., 72, 147.
Davis, David, II., 111, 113, 261, 375.
Davis, Eliza, I., 66.
Davis, Garrett, II., 269, 270.
Davis, Henry Winter, II., 271-273,

2.2-296, 374.
Davis, Jefferson, I., 34, 86; resigns

Senatorship to become candidate
for Governor, 123; enters Pierce's
Cabinet, 124, 126; quoted by Doug-
las, 180; offers resolutions to
slave property, 212, 244, 245; letter
to De Leon, 256; President of Con-
federacy, 259; recommends army,
286; calls for troops, 312, 327, 330,
369; II., 150, 198, 246, 310; peace
negotiations, 325-333, 335; flight,

344.
Davis, Jefferson C., II., 19, 289, 321.
Dayton, William L., nominated for

Vice-Presidency, I., 144; defeated,
145; before Chicago Convention,
218; Minister to France, 283; in.
structions, 341.

Deerhound, The, II., 280, 281.
Delaware, agalost disunion, I., 259,

296; remains loyal, 298.
Democratic National Convention of

1844, I., 180; of 1856, nominates
Buchanan and Breckinridge, 144; of
1860, 226, 227; of 1864, II., 276,

282-298.
Dennison, William, Governor of Ohio,

I., 206, 208; II., 261; Postmaster-Gen-

eral, 305, 374.
Despondency of Lincoln, II., 39, 41, 57,

58, 63.
Deveus, Charles, I., 371; II., 183.
Dick, Provost Varshal, II., 174.
Dickens, Charles, II., 355, 356.
Dickerson, E. N., I., 120.
Dickinson, Daniel S., I., 86; II, 263,

295, 374.
Dickson, W. M., I., 121.
Dix, John A., Secretary of Treasury,

253, 283; Major-General, 340; II.,

310.
Dixon, Archibald, I., 127: II., 239,
Donelson, Andrew J., I., 144, 145.
Doolittle, James R., I., 245.
Doubleday, Abner, II., 193, 197.
Dougherty, John, I., 44.
Douglas, Stephen A., comes to Illl-

nois, I., 38; meets Lincoln, 38;
elected to Legislature, 44; Register
of Land Office, 44, 45, 50, 54; ap-
pointed to bench, 55, 56, 81; in Sen-
ate, 86, 121, 125, 127; reports Kan-
sas-Nebraska bill, 127; consults with
Pierce, 128; arraigns Chase, 129;
angry reception at home, 130; di-
vides time with Lincoln, at Spring.
field, 130; at Peoria, 131; Demo-
cratic defeat, 138; !oses Presidential
nomination in 1856, 144; defends
Dred Scott decision, 148; in di-
lemma, 152, 156; opposes Lecomp-
ton Constitution, 157; supported by
Wilson and Greeley, 157; indorsed
by party, 157; attacks Lincoln's
speech of acceptance, 162; speaks at
Springfield and Bloomington, 166;
challenged to debate by Lincoln,
168; debate at Ottawa, 170; Free-

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port, 179; Jonesboro, 183; Charles:
ton, 189; Galesburg, 189; Quiocy,
101; Alton, 193; in Ohio, 204; çandi-
date before Charleston Convention,
226; nominated at Baltimore, 227;
takes stump, 229; receives 12 elec-
taraļ votes, 233; 244, 246; favors
Crittenden compromise, 247; 277,
278, 288; supports President Lin:
coln, 296; dies, 297; II., 364, 369,

382.
Douglass, Fred, I., 172, 183.
Drake, Charles D., II., 173, 174, 383.
Dred Scott decision, 1., 147; discussed

by Lipcoln, 149.
Dresser, Reverend Charles, officiates

at Lincoln's wedding, I., 76.
Drummond, Thomas, I., 113, 215.
Duel, Lincoln challenged to, by

Shields, I., 73-75, 78.
Dumont, I., 316.
Duncan, Joseph, I., 28.
Dunn, William M., votes with South

on Gott resolution, I., 104.
Dupont, S. P., 359; II., 217.
Early, Captain, I., 33.
Early, Jubal 4., I., 334; II., 97, 155,

182, 286, 287, 301-303.
Erkert, Thomas T., II., 327, 328.
Edwards, Cyrus, I., 106.
Edwards, Ninian W., marries Mary

Tcdd's sister, I., 61, 76.
"Egypt," I., 47, 171, 183.
L'lections of 1860, I., 231, 234, 235.
Ellis, John W., responds to Lincoln's

proclamation, I., 296.
Eilsworth, E. E., killed at Alexandria,

I., 315.
Emancipation, I., 351-353, 375; II., 80-

84,186-88, 89, 91, 93, 111-119, 162-165,

220. (See Slavery.)
Etheridge, Emerson, I., 321.
Evans, Nathan G., I., 334.
Evarts, William M., presents Seward's

name, I., 218.
Everett, Edward, nominated for Vice-

Presidency, I., 228; address at Get-
tysburg-letter to Lincoln, II., 207-

203.
Eveil, R. S., I., 334; II., 59, 95, 193,

195, 196; surrenders, 345.

Ewing, Thomas, Secretary of Ip-

terior, 106, 108.
Ewing, W. L. D., intervenes

Shields controversy, I., 75.
Fair Oaks, battle of, II., 53-56.
Falling Waters, I., 320.
Farragut, David G., II., 28, 29, 30, 72,

149, 294, 299-301, 343.
Fessenden, William Pitt, II., 160;

Secretary of Treasury, 276; returns

to Senate, 316, 367.
Field, David Dudley, 11., 295.
Fillmore, Minard, nominated for Vice-

Presidency, I., 94, 100; Lincola
meets him at Albany, 102; nomi-
nated for Presidency by American

party, 145.
Fishback, W. M., II., 272.
Fisher murder case, 67-69.
Florida, The, II., 256, zui.
Floyd, John P., Secretary of War,

146; resigns, 252; 358; II., 14-16.
Foote, Andrew H., 334, 357; captures

Fort Henry, II., 13-15, 21, 22.
Foote, Henry S., defeats Davis for

Governorship of Mississippi, I., 124.
Forquer, George F., 43, 44.
Forney, John W., re-elected clerk of

Senate, I., 211.
Forrest, N. B., II., 16, 120, 151, 244,

245, 320.
Forsyth, John, Confederate Commis-

sioner, I., 287.
Fort Darling, ļI., 51.
Fort Donelson, II., 12, 13, 14; taken

by Grant, 16.
Fort Fisher, II., 325.
Fort Henry, II., 11, 12, 13.
Fort Hiudman, II., 152, 153.
Fort Jacksou, I., 254; II., 28-30
Fort McRea, I., 255.
Fort Magruder, II., 43.
Fort Morgan, II., 299, 300.
Fort Moultrie, I., 250, 255.
Fort Pickens, I., 255, 287, 288, 291.
Fort Pillow, Iļ., 72, 243, 244, 262.
Ført Randolph, ļI., 72.
Fort St. Philip, I., 254; II., 29.
Fert Sumter, occupied by Anderson,

I., 251; 255, 287; attacked by Beaure.

gard, 293; evacuated, 294; II., 218.
Fort Wagner, II., 217, 218.

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