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Maury, W. L., II., 257.
Maynard, Horace, II., 227.
Meade, Bishop, quoted, I., 13.
Meade, George G., II., 109, 155, 156,

180, 182; Gettysburg, 194-199, 216,
249; Wilderness, 230, 252; Cold
Harbor, 233, 284, 283, 342, 343, 345,

873.
Meade, R. K., I., 86.
Meagher, Thomas F., II., 156.
Mechanicsville, II., 62.
Medill, Joseph, I., 179.
Vendenhall, George, II., 348.
Merrimac, The, I., 306; II., 36-38, 46,

47.
Merryman, John, I., 326.
Mervine, William, I., 359.
Mexico, I., 79, 80, 81, 82, 84; speech

on war with, 86-89; treaty of peace,

91, 97, 103, 123.
Mlies, Dixon S., I., 333, 336; II., 106.
Milk sickness, I., 15, 25,
Mill Springs, II., 6, 7.
Milwaukee speech, I., 207.
Mission Ridge, II., 214.
Mississippi, ordinance of secession,

I., 256.
Missouri, votes down secession, I.,

258, 296; prompt action by Lyon,

314, 319.
Missouri compromise, I., 121; annul.

ment proposed by Dixon, 127; Doug.
las's report on, 128; Lincoln dis.

cusses, 131.
Mitchel, Ormsby M., II., 22, 58, 124,

217,
Mob in Baltimore, I., 300, 301,
Mobile Bay, II., 299, 300.
Monitor, The, II., 37, 46, 51.
Montana, II., 168.
Morell, G. W., II., 49, 62.
Morris, C. M., II., 257.
Morgan, Edwin D., calls Chicago Con.

rention to order, I., 216.
Morgan, G. W., II., 152.
Morgan, John, II., 120, 193.
Morgan, J. D., II., 318.
Morpeth, Lord, II., 369.
Morrison, I., 98.
Morton, Oliver P., II., 382, 339.

Motley, John L., Minister to Austria,

I., 283.
Mulligan, James A., I., 354, 355.
Naglee, Henry M., II., 44.
Nauce, negro slave woman, I., 55.
Nashville, entered by Buell, II., 17.
Nashvilie, The, II., 256.
Nebraska, I., 123-126.
Negley, II., 148.
Nelson, William, at Camp Dick Robin-

son, I., 356; II., 26, 27, 121, 122.
Nevada Territory, I., 258.
New Madrid, II., 21, 22.
New Mexico, II., 20.
New Orleans, trips to, I., 20, 21, 27;

capture of, II., 30.
New Salein, I., 26, 27, 33, 36.
Newton, John, II., 167, 250.
New York, I., 26; speech at, 266.
New York Seventh Regiment, I., 299;

passes through Maryland, 306.
Nolin Creek Valley, I., 9.
Norfolk, I., 300, 306, 307; capture of

by Wool, II., 46.
North Carolina votes down secession,

I., 258, 296; secedes, 298.
Norton, I., 329, 330.
Odell, M. F., I., 374.
Offutt, Dentou, I., 26, 28, 29, 30.
Oglesby, R. J., II., 379.
Ohio, I., 102; department of, 311.
Oliver, Mordecal, I., 143.
Ord, E. 0. C., succeeds Butler, II.,

525, 326, 336, 342, 343.
Order, General War, No. 1, II., 10.
Oregon, Secretaryship of, refused by

Lincoln, I., lul.
Orr, James L., South Carolina Com.

inissioner, I., 251.
Osterhans, P. J., II., 19, 214, 321.
Ottawa, opening of Lincoln-Douglas

debate, I., 170.
Owens, Mary, I., 40, 41.
Palfrey, John G., introduces anti-

slavery bill, I., 103, 104.
Palmer, John M., II., 288, 289, 379,

380.
Paris, Comte de, I., 369, 372; II., 378.
Parker, Elizabeth, mo er of Mary

Todd Lincoln, I., 61.

Patterson, Robert, I., 311, 320, 332,

337, 340.
Paulding, Hiram, I., 79, 307.
Pea Ridge, II., 19, 20.
Peace Conference, I., 257; adjourns,

275; II., 325-333.
Peachtrce Creek, II., 289.
l'egram, John, captured, I., 318.
Pemberton, J. C., II., 152, 186, 187;

surrenders Vicksburg, 189.
Pendleton, George H., II., 296.
Pennington, William, elected Speaker,

I., 211.
Pennsylvania, places Orst battalion in

Washington, I., 299; soldiers turned
back at Baltimore, 300, 301; depart-

ment of, 311.
Pensacola, Porter ordered to, I., 290.
Petersburg, II., 284, 287, 344.
Pettigrew, James J., II., 197.
Phelps, John S., I., 86.
Plielps, J. W., I., 308; II., 246.
Phelps, Samuel S., I., 86.
Philadelphia, I., 261; speeches at, 268,

273.
Philadelphia (Republican) Convention

of 1856, I., 144.
Philippi, I., 317.
Phillips, Wendell, I., 99; II., 236.
Pickens, Francis W., 1., 246; offers

negotiations with Buchanan, 251.
Pickett, George E., II., 197.
Pierce, E. L., life of Sumner, cited,

I., 102.
Pierce, Franklin, elected President, I.,

124; inaugurated, 126; approves re-
peal of Missouri's compromise, 128;
removes Reeder and appoints Shan.

nun, 140.
Pierce, Henry L., I., 199.
Pierpont, Francis H., of Virginia, I.,

317; II., 223, 260.
Pike, Albert, II., 18, 20.
Fillow, G, H., I., 357.
Pittsburg, 261, speech at, 264.
l'ittsburg Landing, II., 23, 24.
Platte Country, I., 124.
Pleasanton, Alfred, II., 106.
Pogram, R. P., II., 236.
Polk, James K., I., 80, 81; at war

with Mexico, 82, 84; attacked by

Corwin, 86, 90, 91.
Polk, Leonidas, I., 349, 353, 357; II.,

21, 25, 120, 123, 124, 147, 288.
Pomeroy, Samuel C., II., 161, 232-234.
Pope, John, I., 349; II., 18, 21, 22;

Major-General commanding Army of
Virginia, 61, 71; address and orders,

94-98; Second Bull Run, 100-103.
Pope, Nathaniel, I., 110, 111.
Porter, Andrew, I., 333.
Porter, David D., ordered to Pensa-

cola, I., 290; II., 28, 30, 72, 186, 187,

189, 227, 238, 323.
Porter, Fitz John, I., 370; II. 46, 47,

48, 49, 50, 59, 61; Gaines's Mill, 63;
Malvern Hill, 65, 76-78, 99, 100, 102,
104; court-martialed, 104; Antietam,

108, 110.
Port Hudson, II., 189.
Port Royal, I., 359.
Powell, Lazarus W., 244, 246.
Powhatan, The, I., 290, 291.
Prentiss, B. M., at Shiloh, II., 23, 27,
Price, Sterling, I., 314; defeated by

Lyon, 319; 348-351, 354, 355, 357; II.,

18, 125, 126, 281.
Privateering, I. 343.
Pugh, George E., I., 204, 205; speech

at Cincinnati, 247.
Quincy, Lincoln speaks at, I., 191,
Rathbone, Henry R., II., 339.
Raymond, Henry J., writes address of

Republican party, I., 144, 239.
Reconstruction, II., 223-227, 261, 270-

273; Arkansas Senators denied ad-

mission, 272; 350-352.
Recd, Alexander, II., 140, 141.
Reed, John M., I., 218.
Rceder, Andrew H., Governor of

Kansas, I., 140; removed by Pierce,
140; chosen delegate to Congress by

Free State party, 143.
Rencher, Abraham, II., 21.
Reno, J. L., II., 97, 101; killed, 106.
Renshaw, William B., II., 150.
Republican party, formed at Pitts-

burg. I., 144; Illinois State Conren-
tion, 144; National Convention pom-
inates Fremont and Dayton, 144;

Convention of 1860, 216; Conven-

tion of 1864, II., 260-264,
Resaca, II., 255.
Reynolds, Governor, I., 31.
Resnolds, John F., II., 155, 156, 180,

181, 182, 195.
Rhett, R. B., I., 86.
Rice, Henry M., I., 244, 246.
Richardson, Israel B., I., 333; II., 49,

108.
Richardson, William A., I., 44; in

Congress, 86; indorses Polk, 86.
Rich Mountain, I., 318.
Richmond falls, II., 344.
Ricketts, James B., II., 60, 286.
Kiney, Zachariah, I., 10.
River and Harbor Convention, I., 90.
Roanoke Island, II., 17.
Robertson, John, peace commissioner,

I., 257.
kock Island Bridge case, I., 122.
Rock Spring Farm, I., 9.
Rodes, Robert E., II., 182.
Rodgers, John, II., 51, 64.
Rusecrans, W. S., I., 358; II., 125, 147,

148, 211-213, 281.
Rousseau, Lovell H., at Camp Holt,

I., 356; II., 124, 148, 254, 288.
Runyon, Theodore, I., 333.
Russell, Lord John, I., 379.
Russell, W. H., I., 339, 370.
Rutledge, Ann, I., 38, 39, 64.
Rutledge, David, I., 32.
Rutledge, James, I., 29, 32, 35.
Rutledge, John M., I., 132.
St Albans, II., 309, 310.
St. Louis, Lyon at, I., 314.
Salter, Judge Richard, I., 4.
Sanders, George N., II., 277-279.
Sangamon County, I., 25.
Sangamun Journal, I., 51; letters

about Shields, 73-75.
Sanganon River, I., 26, 27, 30, 35.
Sanitary ('ommission, II., 241, 274.
Saulsbury, Willard, II., 269, 270.
Savage's Station, II., 64.
Schenck, Robert C., I., 85; II., 194.
Schofield, John M., II., 171-173, 254,

235, 288; Franklin, 319-321; 525.
Schurz, Carl, Minister to Spain, I.,

203; II., 183.

Scott, Winfield, I., 34; in Mexico, 84;

leaves Mexico, 91, 93; 254; warns
Lincoln, 272; testimony before House
Committee, 272, 274, 278; disap-
proves Fox's plan, 289, 303, 310, 313,
331, 346; asks retirement, 366; in-

sists upon retirement, 373; II., 366.
Sea Islands, S. C., I., 360.
Secession, discussed in South Caro

lina, I., 237; ordinance of, passed,
246; opposed by Stephens, but
passed in Georgia, 248; in Missis-

sippi, 256; in other States, 257, 258.
Second Bull Run, 11., 101.
Sedgwick, John, II., 35, 45, 49, 65, 108,

109, 180, 181, 182; Gettysburg, 195,

230 251.
Semmes, Raphael, II., 256, 280, 281.
Semple, James, I., 37, 44.
Seven Days' Conflict near Richmond,

II., 61-66.
Scven Pines, II., 53-56.
Seward, Frederick W., warns Lin.

coln, I., 273; II., 355.
Seward. William H., meets Lincoln

at Boston, I., 101, 102, 215; before
Chicago Convention, 216, 218, 219;
causes of his defeat, 219-223; takes
part in campaign, 232; at Auburn,
233; considered for Cabinet, 239-
241, 244, 254; makes concilia-
tory speech, 258; warns Lincoln, 272,
274, 275; Secretary of State, 282,
285-287; favors surrender of Sum-
ter, 287; interferes with Fox's plan,
290,

291; telegraphs Campbell,
291; proposes policy to President,
291; favors blockade, 303; instruc-
tions to Adams, 341; to Dayton, 342,
343; Trent affair, 378, 379; II., 7,
3, 67, 113, 114, 140, 149, 159; Sena.
tors ask his retirement, 160; tenders
resignation, 161; not accepted, 162,
164; 206, 207, 230; declares for Lin-
coln's renomination, 251; Arguelles
case, 268, 306; Peace Conference,
327-333, 346-348, 355; his assassina.
tion attempted, 358; 364, 366, 367,

309, 370, 382.
Seymour, Horatio, II., 136, 161.
Seymour, Truman, II., 226.

Shannon, Wilson, appointed Governor

of Kansas, I., 140; replaced by

Geary, 147.
Shenandoah, The, I., 257.
Shepley, G. F., II., 225.
Sheridan, Philip H., II., 124, 147, 214,

215, 230, 253, 285, 287; in Shenan.
dah Valley, 301-303, 300, 320, 342;

cuts Lee's communications, 343-345.
Sherman, John, on Kansas Investi-

gating Committee, I., 143; candidate

for Speaker, 209.
Sherman, Thomas W., I., 359, 360.
Sherman, William Tecumseh, I., 333,

334, 856; 11., 23-25, 72, 151, 152, 187-
189, 213-215; commands division of
the Mississippi, 230, 231-236, 238, 288,
289, 294, 295, 299, 300; takes At-
lanta, 301; 313, 318, 319, 321, 322;
capture of Savannah, 323, 324; meets

Lincoln at City Point, 342.
Shields, James, I., 44; controrersy

with Lincoln, 73-75, 105; elected
Senator, 109, 120, 121; term expires,

130; II., 35, 36, 52, 60, 69.
Shiloh, II., 23-27.
Ship Island, II., 28.
Shipley, Nancy, marries Joseph

Hanks, I., 8.
Short, James, I., 40.
Sibiey, Henry S., II., 21.
Sickles, Daniel E., II., 155, 156, 180,

181, 182, 183; Gettysburg, 195, 195.
Sigel, Franz, I., 348, 330, 351; II., 19;

succecds Fremont, 72, 99, 170, 171,

254; succeeded by Hunter, 254, 286.
Singleton, James W., I., 94; opposes

Lincoln, 193.
Slavery, I., 11, 12, 27, 45, 46, 55;

“Nance" case, 56; Matteson case,
56, 65, 82, 89; Wilmot proviso, 92,
37, 101-103; Palfrey, Gott and
Lincoln resolutions, 104, 105; Clay
eulogy, 116; Peoria, 131-138; "found-
ed in selfishness," etc., 130; letter
to Speed, 140; Dred Scott decision,
149-152, 158-161, 164-168; Lincoln-
Douglas debate, 170-193; Jefferson
birthday letter, 198; Galloway !et-
ter, 203; speech at Cincinnati, 205; J.
Davis resolutions, 212; Confiscation

act, 344, 348; proclamations of Me-
Clellan, Patterson and Butler, 345;
fugitive slaves, 346; contraband of
war, 346; Cameron's letter to Butler,
347; Lovejoy resolution, 347; arming
of blacks, 375; bills in Congress, 377;
II., 75, 79-83; emancipation under
consideration, 111-117; preliminary
proclamation, 117-119; message to
Congress, 142-144, 158; Emancipation
Proclamation, 162-165; compensation
commissioners, 168-170; 203, 204,
2:20, 235, 241, 262, 263, 267; Thir.
teenth Amendment, 269; abolished in
Maryland, 303; 314, 316, 317, 332,

333, 337, 339, 351.
Slidell John, I., 360, 377.
Slocum, Henry W., II., 49, 109, 180,

182; Gettysburg, 195, 196, 212, 216,

289, 300, 321 322.
Smith A. J., II., 152, 227, 287, 323.
Smith, Anne Todd, I., 62.
Smith, Caleb B., I., 85; carries In-

dlana for Lincoln in convention,
222; considered for Cabinet, 242;
Secretary of Interior, 282; Judge

U. S. District Court, 274.
Smith, C. F., II., 11, 13, 14, 23.
Smith, G. W., II., 54, 55.
Smith, Kirby, II., 120-122, 124,
Smith, Leon, II., 150.
Smith, M. L., II., 152.
Smith, Robert, I., 44.
Smith, S. Lisle, I., 94.
Smith, Truman, I., 85.
Smith, William F., I., 370; II., 44, 47,

40, 109, 155, 156, 167, 213, 250, 252,

253, 284,
Sons of Liberty, II., 281-283.
South Carolina, considers secession,

I., 236; Senators and Representa-
tires resign, 238; passes ordinance
of secession, 246; elaims military
works within State, 251; sends
commissioners to Washington, 251,

232; fires on Sumter, 255.
South Carolina and Maine vote com.

pared, I., 135.
South Mountain, II., 106.
Speeches of Lincoln, I., 43, 51, 71; on

Mexican War, 86-89; on Internal im.

provements, 89, 01; on the candidacy
of Taylor and Cass's military rec-
ord, 96-99; at Worcester, 100; at
other places in Massachusetts, 101;
Clay eulogy, 115; at Springfield,
131; at Peoria (regarded by Lin.
coln as his best speech), 131; in
Illinois Republican Convention, 144;
on Dred Scott decision, 148; defend.
ing Armstrong, 154; accepting Sen.
atorial Indorsement, 158; at Chicago,
164; at Springfield, 166; at Ottawa,
173; at Freeport, 177; at Jonesboro,
183; at Charleston, 188; at Gales-
burg, 189; at Quincy, 191; at Alton,
194; on Discoveries and Inven.
tions," 197; at Chicago, 197;
in Columbus, 204; in Cincin-
nati, 204; at Milwaukee, 207; in
Kansas, 211; at Cooper Institute,
213; in New England, 214; on start-
jug for Washington, 200; at Indlan.
apolis, 261; at Cincinnati and Co-
Jumbus, 263; at Pittsburg, 264; at
Cleveland, 264; at Buffalo, 265; at
Albany, 265; New York, 266; Tren-
ton, 267; Philadelphia, 268; Harris-
burg, 270; first inaugural, 279-282;
to religious delegation from Chl-
cago, II., 114; Gettysburg, 207-210;
Baltimore Fair, 242; accepting re-
vomination, 265; Philadelphia Fair,
214; after October electious, 306,
834; second inaugural, 336-338; to

Indiana soldiers, 339.
Speed, James, II., 207, 316, 346, 347,

648, 355, 356.
Speed, Joshua F., I., 42, 43, 48, 50, 57,

59, 63, 64, 69; marries, 71; 78, 79;
Lincoln's letter to, 140, 242; rem-

iniscences by, II., 122, 340, 341, 386.
Speed, Mary, letter to, I., 64.
Spottsylvanla Courthouse, II., 251.
Springfield, I., 25, 46, 48; Lincoln's

home from 1836, 48; Lincoln married
in, 76, 111; Lincoln and Douglas de-
bate, 130, 158, 166; celebrates Lin-

coln's nomination, 224.
Stanley, D. S., II., 289, 319.
Stanton, Edwin M., meets Lincoln in

McCorinick case, I., 119-121; At.

torney General, 252; Secretary of
War, II., 7-10, 38; visits Old Point
Comfort, 46, 47; letters to McClel.
19n, 49, 57, 58; “responsibility" dis-
patch, 60; “sacrifice" dispatch from
McClellan, 64; 104, 131, 193, 282, 327,
328, 335, 336, 342, 355, 356, 373, 379,

282.
Star of the West, I., 255.
Steedman, J. B., I., 316; II., 324,
Steele, Frederick, II., 132.
Steinwehr, A. von, 14., 183.
Stepbens, Alexander H., I., 85; quotes

Lincoln's Mexican War speech, 88;
favors Taylor, 94; Lincoln's letter
to, 248, 249; elected Vice President

of Confederacy, 259; II., 246, 326-338.
Stevens, Isaac I., II., 101.
Stevens, Thaddeus, I., 329, 377; II.,

81, 329, 369.
Stillman, Major, I., 32.
Stone, Charles P., 370, 371.
Stone, Dan, I., 46, 54.
Stoneman, George, II., 43, 41, 179, 180,

181, 184, 254.
Stove Kiver, II., 147.
Stringham, Silas H., I., 359.
Stuart, George H., II., 242.
Stuart, J. E. B., II., 24, 25, 58, 100,

131, 137; killed at Yellow Tavern,

252.
Stuart, Jobn T., I., 34, 36, 37; Llo-

coln's first law partner, 48, 54, 58;
cousin of Mary Todd, 61, 67; letter

to, 70; retires from Congress, 77.
Sumner, Charles, I., 99, 100, 200, 218;

II., 9, 160, 208, 272, 295, 355, 300,

3€7, 368, 369, 370, 385.
Sumner, Edwin V., 261; II., 35, 39,

40, 48, 50, 55, 63, 64, 65, 76, 77, 78,
101, 102, 100; Antietam, 107, 108,

109, 154, 155, 156; death, 179.
Sumter, The, II., 256.
Surratt, Mrs., II., 358.
$wan, Joseph, opinion in fugitive

slave case, 'I., 202, 203.
Sweet, Benjamin J., II., 298.
Sweet, M. P., I., 94.
Sykes, George, II., 49, 63; Gettysburg,

105, 230.

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