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Fortress Monroe, I., 255, 308.
Box, Gustavus V., plans to relieve

Sumter, 288; visits Charleston, 289;
commands relief expedition, 290;

expedition fails, 291, 294, 358.
Franklin, Tenn., II., 320.
Franklin, W. B., I., 838; II., 41, 42,

45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 63, 64, 65, 76,
77, 78, 100, 101, 162, 103, 106, 108,

109, 155, 156, 167, 179.
Fredericksburg, battle, II., 154-157.
Freeport, Lincoln-Douglas debate, I.,

177.
Bree Soil ticket, I., 94, 95, 99, 100.
Fremont, John C., nominated for

President, I., 144; defeated, 145,
218; Major-General, 341; in command
at St. Louis, 349; letter to Presi.
dent, 349, 330; manumission order,
351; letter from Lincoln, 352; de:
clines to reeede, 332; order
nulled by President, 353; takes field,
335; visited by Cameron, 355; re-
moved, 355; command of Moun.
tain Department, II., 38; 52, 58, 61;
in West Virginia, 68, 71; letters
from Lincoln, 69, 70; declines to
serve under Pope, 72; 169, 171, 172,
231, 235, nominated for Presidency,

207; 291, 294, 299, 373, 374.
French, Augustus C., I., 44.
French, W. H., I., 108, 156, 194, 205.
Fry, James B., II., 379.
Fusion in 1860, I., 282.
Gaines's Mill, II., 62.
Galnesville, I., 334, 336, 337.
Galesburg, Lincoln-Douglas debate, I.,

180.
Galloway, Samuel, I., 202; letter to,

203.
Gamble, Hamilton R., I., 319, 354; II.,

170, 173,
Garnett, Robert S., killed, I., 318.
Garrard, Kenner, II., 254.
Garrison, William Lloyd, I., 99,
Gartrell, Lucius J., I., 210,
Gasparin, A. de, II., 89.
Gauley Bridge, I., 358.
Geory, John W., replaced by Walker

as Governor of Kansas, I., 147; II.,
24,

Genealogy, see Lincolp,
Gentry, Allen, I., 20.
Gentry, James, I., 18, 20, 25.
Gentry, Meredith P., I., 85.
Gentryville, I., 13, 14, 18, 25, 81.
Georgia, The, II., 257.
Georgia, military convention in, I.,

237, 237.
German-Americans, I., 200.
Gettysburg, battle, II., 194-198,
Gibbon, John, II., 155, 181.
Giddings, Joshua R., I., 217,
Gilbert, Charles C., II., 123, 124.
Gillmore, Quincy A., II., 217, 226, 262.
Gilmer, John A., I., 242.
Gist, William H., I., 236.
Glendale, II., 65,
Globe Tavern, residence of Lincoln

after inarriage, I., 76,
Gold, prices of, II., 259.
Goldsborough, L. M., II., 17,
Gooch, D. W., I., 374.
Goodloe, Daniel R., II., 168, 199.
Goodwin, Thomas, preached Thomas

Linco!p's funeral ser on, I., 115.
Gordonsville, I., 331,
Gosport, I., 306, 307,
Gott, Daniel, introduces anti-slavery

resolution, I., 104,
Granger, Gordon, II., 299, 300.
Grant, Ulysses S., I., 334, 357; at

Fort Henry, II., 13-15; Fort Dopel-
sou, 16; Major-General, 23; Shiloh,
24-27; succeeds Halleck in West, 72;
125, 151, 152, 153; Vicksburg cam.
paign, 186-190; re-opeys Mississippi,
190; commands in Tennessee, 212,
213, 214, 215, 216, 228, 229; Lieuten-
ant-General, 229; meets Lincoln,
230; colored troops, 238; letter from
Lincoln and answer, 248, 249; Wilder-
ness, 250; Spottsylyanla, 251; Yel-
low Tavern, 252; Cold Harbor, 253;
258; receives rote of Missouri, 263;
cheered by Lincoln, 265, 266, 284,
287; suggested for President by
Greeley, 291; instructs Sheridan to
"go in," 301; congratulates Lincoln,
312; 823, 327; telegram about peace
commissioners, 328, 329, 331; Lee's
peace proposal, 335; instructions
from Lincoln, 336; visited by Lin.
coln, 342; orders assault along
Petersburg line, 344; Appomattox,

315, 353, 353, 359; 373.
Greeley, Horace, I., 100; supports

Douglas, 157, 158; for unresisted
disunion, 243; II., 81, 90; "Prayer
of Twenty Millions,” 91-93; 115; at-
tempts peace negotiation, 276-279;

292, 294, 298, 333, 368.
Green, Boling, I., 28, 29.
Greene, James S., I., 86.
Greene, William G., I., 29, 32, 40.
Gregg, John, II., 188, 189, 196.
Grierson, B. H., II., 187.
Grigsby, Aaron, I., 20.
Grimes, James W., I., 245; II., 161.
Gros, Galusha A., candidate for

Speaker, I., 209; Speaker, 321.
Gurowski, Count Adam, I., 379.
Guthrie, James, I., 242; denies objec-

tions to Lincoln's inauguration, 272.
Halleck, Henry W., I., 356, 357; II.,

2, 3, 12, 13, 18, 22, 23, 24, 38, 53,
57; General-in-Chief, 71, 72, 79;
orders McClellan's withdrawal from
Peninsula, 95, 96; visits McClellan's
camp, 96; explains orders, 96, 98,
100, 102; confers with McClellan,
103-105; orders him to give battle,
131; 132, 137, 169, 170, 171, 191, 194,

217; Chief of Staff, 230, 246.
Hahn, Michael, II., 224.
Hamilton, A. J., II., 150.
Hamlin, Hannibal, I., 86; nominated

tor Vice-Presidency, 219; meets
Lincoln at Chicago, 242; consulted
as to emancipation, II., 113, 263,

369.
Hammond, S. C. Senator, resigns, I.,

238.
Hampton, Wade, II., 285.
Hancock, Winfield S., I., 370; II., 43,

44, 109, 150; Gettysburg, 195, 197,
250, 251, 252, 284.
Hanks Genealogy, I., 8.
Hanks, Dennis, I., 18, 21.
Hanks, Joseph, father of Nancy, I., 8.
Hanks, Nancy, I., 8, 9, 10, 15, 16.
Hardee, William J., II., 24, 120, 147,

322.

Hardie, James A., II., 194.
Hardin, John J., I., 38, 59; intervenes

in Shields controversy, 75; elected to
Congress, 78; killed at Buena Vista,

79, “our best whig man," 98.
Harding, George, I., 119.
Harney, William S., I., 314.
Harper's Ferry, I., 206, 300; taken

by Virginia militia, 301, 308, 332.
Harris, Clara W., II., 359,
Harris, Ira, II., 161.
Harris, Isham G., responds to Lin-

coln's proclamation, I., 296.
Harrisburg, I., 261; speech at, 170,

273.
Uarrison, William Henry, I., 42,

51, 54.
Hartford, The, II., 29, 299, 300.
Hatteras Inlet, I., 359.
Ilay, John, II., 226.
Haycraft, Samuel, I., 8, 16, 17.
Hizel, Caleb, I., 11.
Hazen, W. B., II., 322.
Heintzelman, S. P., I., 333, 370; II.,

35, 39, 43, 44, 45, 48, 49, 50, 64, 65,

76, 77, 78.
Hendricks Thomas A., II., 270.
Herodon, William H., I., 9, 23, 48, 64;

Lincoln's partner, 78, 114, 118, 119.
Herrick, J. B., I., 94.
IIerron, F. J., II., 127.
Heth, Henry, II., 197.
Hickman, John I., 210.
Hicks, Thomas H., protests against

Federal troops in Baltimore, I., 302;
calls extra session of Legislature,
302; sends committee to Lincoln,
3112; telegram from Lincoln, 303;
protests to Butler, 306; counsels
neutrality, 312; calls for Federal

volunteers, 313.
Hill, A. P., II., 62, 109, 154, 155, 182,

193, 195, 196, 197.
Hill, D. H., II., 54, 62, 155.
Hilliard, Henry W., I., 85.
Hindman, Thomas C., II., 126, 127.
Hingham, Mass., I., 2.
Hitchcock, Caroline Hanks, I., 8.
Hitchcock, E. A., II., 39.
Hodgen's Mills, I., 9.

Hodges, A. G., II., 239, 240, 241, 372.
Holcombe, James P., II., 277, 278,

279, 398, 309.
Hollins, George N., II., 22.
Holmes, Isaac E., objects to Palfrey

bill, I., 103.
Holmes, T. H., at Acqula Creek, I.,

320, 332,
Holt, Joseph, Postmaster-General, I.,

253; Secretary of War, 233, 287; II.,

274, 283.
Hood, John B., II., 212, 288, 289, 300,

301, 318, 319, 320; Franklin, 324.
Hooker, Joseph, II., 43, 44, 45, 49,

54, 59, 100, 101, 106; Antietam, 107,
108, 109, 153, 156; supersedes Burn-
side, 167, 168; letter from Lin.
colu, 178, 179; Chancellorsville, 180-
184; messages from Lincoln, 184,
183, 191, 192, 193; relieved, 194; 213,

214, 254, 255, 288.
Hornets' Nest, II., 23.
“ House divided against itself cannot

stand," I., 159.
Houston, Sam J., 86.
Howard, Jacob M., II., 161.
Howard, 0, 0., I., 333; II., 109, 156,

180, 181, 183; Gettysburg, 195, 197,

212, 216, 288, 289, 319, 321, 322.
Howard, W. A., 1., 143.
Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward, quoted, 386.
Huger, Benjamin, I., 321; II., 46, 54,

55.
Hugbes, Benjamin, II., 126.
Bumphreys, A. A., II., 156.
Hunt, Washington, I., 85.
Hunter, vid, I., 261, 333, 354, 356;

II., 81, 217, 231, 246, 250, 254, 258,

284, 285, 286, 287.
Hunter, R. M. T., I., 86, 244, 245,

317; 11., 326-333.
Huntsville, Ala., II., 22.
Hurlbut, S. A., II., 23, 25, 374, 375.
Illinois and Michigan Canal, I., 45.
Illinois Bar Association, speech of

Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, at, I., 76.
Ilinois Central, I., 38; Lincoln wins

tax case for, 118.
Indianapolis, speech at, I., 261.
Ingalls, Kufus, II., 62,

Ingersoll, J. R., I., 83; votes with

South on Gott resolution, 104.
Ioternal improvements, I., 38, 45, 89.
Island Ten, II., 22.
luka, Miss., II., 125.
Jackson, Andrew, I., 34, 85, 105.
Jackson, Claiborne F., I., 314; calls

for troops, 319, 348.
Jackson, James S., II., 123.
Jackson, Thomas J. (Stonewall), II.,

30, 53, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 68, 69,
95, 97, 100, 101, 105, 106; Antietam,
107, 108; Fredericksburg, 154-156;

Chancellorsville and death, 180-183.
Jayne, Miss, afterwards Mrs. Lyman

Trumbull, I., 73.
Jefferson, quoted, I., 116, 117; Lincoln

on, 198, 309.
Jefferson City, I., 519.
Johnson, II., 147.
Jnbrson, Andrew, I., 7; in Congress,

86, 374; II., 4, 227; nominated for
Vice Presidency, 263, 264, 307, 358,

368.
Johnson, Herschel V., candidate for

Vice President, I., 227.
Johnson, Reverdy, I., 86; 120; II., 269.
Johnston, Albert Sidney, I., 34; II.,

11, 12, 16, 22, 24, 26.
Johoston, Daniel, I., 16, 17.
Jolipston, John, I., 20.
Joboston, Joseph E., I., 320, 332, 337,

370; II., 45; strength of army, 49;
53; wounded at Fair Oaks, 56; 188,
189, 235, 258, 288, 304, 336, 342, 343,

353.
Jones, Abrabain, father of Sarah Lin-

coln, I., 3.
Jones, Roger, evacuates Harper's

Ferry, I., 301, 308.
Jones, William, I., 18, 19.
Jonesboro, Lincoln-Douglas debate I.,

183.
Jones v. Johnson, land case, I., 215.
Judd, Norman B., nominates Lincoln

I., 218; considered for Cabinet, 242;

261; minister to Prussia, 283.
Julian, G. W., II., 375.
Kansas, I., 140; Shannon displaces

Reeder as Governor; 140; Legislature
debounced by Free State men, 149
declared slave territory by Buchan-

an, 156; admitted as State, 258.
kansas-Nebraska billi reported by

Douglas, I., 127; Chase and Surn.
ner lead in opposition, 128; becomes

jaw, 129; 147
Easkaskia, I., 46.
Kautz, A. V., 11., 232, 285.
Keurney, Philip; II., 44, 45, 49, 54, 50,

99; killed at Chantilly, 101, 155.
Kearsárge, The, II., 250, 258, 280, 281.
Kelley, B. F., I., 316.
Kelly, Moses, aéting Secretary of In-

terior, 1., 253.
Kelso, John, I., 29.
Kenesaw Mountain, II., 255, 288.
Kennedy, I., 327.
Kentucky votes down secession; I.;

258; 296, 298; denounces Confederate

invasion, 356.
Ker, Jolo J.; II., 134, 136,
Beyes, Erasinus Di, 1., 34, 333; II.,

35, 39, 43, 44, 48, 49, 54, 65, 76, 77, 78.
King, Horatio, Postmaster-General, I.;

253; II., 169.
Kllpatrick, Judson; II., 196, 249, 254,

321, 822
King, Preston, 11., 161.
King, Rufus, 11., 60, 97.
King, Thomas Butler, 1., 85.
kking; William R., 1., 86.
Kittredge, 11., 149.
Know-Nothings, I., 139.
Koerner, Ĝustav, It., 170.
Lamborn, Josiah, I., 50, 51, 54.
Lamon, Ward H., I.; 11, 119, 120, 261;

II., 2(7.
Lander, F. W., II., 35.
Lane, James H., II., 155.
Lane, Henry S., elected Governor of

Indläna, 1., 232.
Lane, Joseph, nominated for Vice

Presideney, 1., 227.
Laugel, Mons., II., 366, 385.
Laurel Hill, I., 318.
Law, George, letter to President, I.,

305.
Leavenworth speech, I., 211.
Leatitt, #. #., II., 175, 177.
Lecompton Constitution, I., 147; 156;

récohimended by Büchában, 156; re-

pudiated by people, 157.
Lce, Fitzhugh, II., 179.
Lee, Raymond, I., 3ií
Lee, Robert E., I., 278, 310, èommands

Confederate troops, 313; 330, 358,
300; sueceeds J. E. Johnston, II., 56;
strength of army, 61; Sereu Days,
61-06; 98, 99, 105; in Maryland, 103,
106) Antietam, 107-110; reerosses Po-
tomac, 110; 124; retires to Gor-
donsville, 138; Frederiéksburg, 184:
157; Chancellorsville, 180-184; mores
northward, 191-193; Gettysburg,
194-198; 215, 216, 217; complains
to Halleck of alleged executions
of Confederates, 246, 249; Wilder.
ness, 250; Spottsylvania, 251, 252;
203, 258, 284, 286, 290, 304; peace
proposal, 335, 342; communications
broken by Sheridan, 343; Petersburg,
343, 344; wires Davis to evacuate
Richmond, 344; surrenders at Ap.

pomattox, 345; 353.
Lee, S. D., II., 244, 320.
Letcher, John, response to Lincoln's

proclamation, I., 296; proclaims Vir

glnia's secessiou, 298, 317.
Liberia, I., 133.
"Liberty Meu," I., 94, 103.
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM.

Vol. 1.
Ancestors.- Samuel, native of England,

1; settles at Hingham in 1637, 2;
Mordecal, bis son, 3; Mordecai, Jün.
ior, his soñ, 3; moves to New Jersey,
3; marrie's Haßnah Salter, 4;
bequeaths land tô son John, 4;
John, moves to Shenandoah Valley,
4; Abraham, bis son, moves to Ken.
tucky, 3; shot by Indian, 5; Thomas
his son, 6, 7; marries Nancy Hanks,
8, 9; Abrabam, their son, born Feb-
rtiary 12, 1809, at Rock Spring Farm,

Kentucky.
Early Years.--Moves to Knob Creek,

10; eårig education and reading, 10,
11; moves to Indiana in 1816, 12;
pioneer life, 13, 14; axe and ride
15; loses mother in 1818, 15; father
marries Sally Bush Johnston in 1819,

LINCOL*, ABRAHAM.-Continued.

17; attends school at Gentryville,
19; epiployed as farmer and ferry.
man, 19; loses sister, 20; takes flat-
boat trip to New Orleans in 1828,
20; wrestling, debating, reading,
writing, 22, 23; extent of reading,
21; moves to Illinois in 1830, 23;

rail-spritter, 26.
Early Manhood.-Employed by Offutt,

26; vcyages on fiatboat to New Or-
leans, 27; becomes acquainted with
slavery, 27; clerk at pc!ls, and casts
first vote, 25; wrestles with 'Arm-
strong, 28; clerk in store, 29; pilots
steamboat on Sungamon, 30; serves
in Black Hawk War of 1832, 31;
chosen captain of volunteers, 31;
mustered out, 32; re-enlists as
private in scouting service, 33; un-
successful Whig candidate for Legis-
lature, 35; keeps store with Berry,
35; postmaster at New Salem, from
1833 to 1836, 36; deputy surveyor,
36; studies law, 36; elected to Legis-

lature in 1834, 36.
In State Legislature.- At Vandalla,

37, meets Douglas, 38; Ann Rutledge
affair, 38, 39; Mary Owens affair, 40;
80-called "infidel book," 41; candi-
date for second term, 41; address to
voters, 41; supports White for Presi-
dency, 42; meets Speed, 42; "Night-
nlag-rod" speech, 43; re-elected, 44;
Wbig leader, 44; protests against
pro-sła very resolutions, 46; instru-
mental in removing capital to
Springfield, 46; admitted to bar in
1836, 48; forms partnership with Stu.
art, 48; debates with Douglas and
others in 1840, 50, 51, 52, 53; elected
for third term, 53; choice of Whigs
for speaker, 53; serves on Finance
Comittee, 54; fourth term, 54;
named as elector on Harrison ticket,

54; protests against judiciary bin, 54.
At the Bar.-As lawyer, 55; slave case,

55; Mattison case, 56; Brown vs.
Juneaú, 56; manner before Jo'ry,
57; mental depression, 57; Stuart
partnership terminates, 58; defends

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM.-Continued.

ballot, 19; anecdote of birds, 59; meets
Mary Todd in 1839, 61; fails to keep
engagement to marry her, 63; in
summer of 1841 at Speed's home, 64;
letter to Mary Speed, 64; slave scene
on steamboat, 65; becomes Logan's
partner, 67; Fisher murder case, 67,
68, 69; in attendance upon Legisla.
ture, 70; address on temperanee, 71,
T2; renews relations with Mary
Todd, 73; marries her, Novem.
ber 4, 1842, 76; buys house in
Springfield, 76; declines re-election
to Legislature, 77; candidate for
Congressional nomination, 77; Logan
på rtnership terminates, 78; torms
partnership with Herndon in 1843,
78; entertains Van Buren, 79; elect-
oral candidate, 81; canvasses IIll.
nois and Indiana, 81; candidate for

Congress in 1846, 82; elected, 83.
In Congress.-Thirtieth Congress, 84,
85; speaks on Mexican War, 86-89;
speaks on internal improvements, 89;
votes for Wilmot Proviso, 92; favors
Taylor, 94; attends Whig contention
at Philadelphia, 94; speaks on Tay.
lor and Cass, 96-99 ; accom-
partes Adams' remains to Quincy,
93; speaks at Worcester, 100, 101; at
New Bedford, Dedbam, Dorchester,
Cambridge, Lowell and Boston, 101;
meets Seward, 101, 102; calls
Weed and visits Fillmore, 102; votes
with South on Palfrey and Gott
resolutions, 103, 104; proposes sub-
stitute for latter, 104; term expires
March 3, 1849, 105; favors Baker for
Cabinet, 105; candidate for Federal
aprointment, 106; letter to Taylor,
107, 108; interview with Ewing, 108;
Tefases Oregon appointment, 109; re-
'ceives Whig vote for Senatorship,

109.
At the Bar.-Returns to practice, 110;

as advocate before jury, 111; before
court, 113; visits Clay, 114; family
vite, 114; death of father in 1851,
115; eulogy Člay, 115-117;
Illinois Central tax case, 118; con.

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