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""Talisman, The," steamboat on San.

gamon, I., 130.
Taney, Roger B., I., 278; delivers

Dred Scott decision, 147, 150; ad-
ministers oath to Lincoin, 282; Mer-

ryman case, 326; dles, II., 315.
Tatrall, Josiah, II., 47.
Taussig, James, II., 171-173.
Taylor, Dick, II., 193.
Taylor, Zachary, I., 34; ordered to

Texas, 81; victories in Mexico, 82;
at Buena Vista, 84, 86; candidate

in 1848, 93, 94, 96, 97, 100, 102;
carries election, 103; Lincoln's let-
ter to, 107; refuses office to Lin-

coln, 108.
Temperance address ("Washingtonian"

movement), I., 71.
Tennessee, votes down secession, I.,

258, 296; secedes, 298, 316.
Terrill, II., 124.
Terry, Alfred H., II., 325.
Texas, I., 80, 81; ordinance of seces-

siou, 219.
Thatcher, Henry K., II., 343.
Thayer, John M., II., 13.
Thirteen, Committee of, d., 244,
Thomas, George H., J., 356; II., 6,

123, 147, 211, 212; succeeds Rose-
crans, 213; 214, 254, 255, 288, 318,
319, 321; defeats Hood at Nashville,

324.
Thomas, Jesse B., I., 50.
Thomas, Lorenzo, II., 237.
Thomas, Philip F., Secretary of

Treasury, I., 252; resigns, 253.
Thompson, Jacob, I., 86; Secretary of

Interior, I., 146; resigns, 253; at-
tempts peace negotiations, II., 276-

279.
Thompson, Richard W., I., 85; votes

with South on Gott resolution, 104;

II., 375.
Tod, David, II., 275.
Todd, Anne, wife of C. M. Smith,

1., 62.
Todd, Frances, wife of Dr. W. Wal.

lace, I., 62.
Todd, Levi, grandfather of Mary

Todd Lincoln, I., 61,

Todd, Mary, meets Lincoln in 1839,

II., 61; receives attentions from both
Lincoln and Douglas, 62; Lincoln
fails to marry her at appointed
time, 63; relations with Lincoln re.
newed, 73; writes to Journal, 73;
marries Lincoln November 4, 1842,

76.
Todd, Robert S., father of Mary Todd

Lincoln, J., 61.
Toombs, Robert, I., 85, 244, 245.
Topeka Constitution, 1, I., 115.
Torbert, A. T. A., II., 301.
Toucey, Isaac, Secretary of Navy, I.,

146.
Trent, the, affair of, I., 360, 377-379.
Trenton, I., 261; speeches at, 267.
Trumbull, Lyman, succeeds Shields as

Senator, I., 120; 138, 172; bill to
confiscate Confederate property, 377;

II., 82, 161, 268, 269, 379.
Tucker, John, II., 39.
Turner, Levi C., II., 134, 135.
Turpey, James, I., 28.
Turnbam, David, I., 15.
Tuscarora, The, II., 256.
Twiggs, David E., surrenders to se-

cessionists, I., 203, 311,
Two Million Bill, I., 91, 92, 93.
Tyler, Daniel, I., 333, 334.
Tyler, John, President, I., 80; Peace

Commissioner, 251, 258.
Usher, John P., I., 56; describes Lio.

coln in 1842, 57; Secretary of In.

terior, 274, 375.
Utah, I., 148.
Vallandigham, C. L., I., 327, 329,

330; II., 158, 175-177, 281, 282.
Van Buren, Martin, I., 42, 51, 54, 79,

80, 81, 93; nominated for Presi-
dency by "Free Soll" men, 94, 99,

100, 103.
Vance, Zebulon B., II., 331.
Vandalia, I., 37, 46.
Vandeventer, Isaac, I., 94.
Van Dorn, Earl, II., 18, 19, 125, 126,

131.
Vicksburg, taken by Grant, II., 189.
Vinton, Samuel F., I., 85, 104; II.,

168.
Virginia, initiates Peace Conference,

I., 257, 258; choses Union Conven-
tion, 258; sends committee to Lin-
coln, 297; secedes, 298, 300; seizes
Harper's Ferry, 301; occupies Nor-
folk, 307; ratifies secession, 315;

loyal convention at Wheeling, 317.
Virginia, The, II., 37.
Wade, Benjamin F., before Chicago

Convention, I., 218; 222, 243, 244,

374; II., 161, 293, 295, 368, 374.
Wadsworth, James S., II., 36, 33, 136,

161.
Wake, Henry, II., 22.
Walker, Leroy P., speech at Mont-

gomery, I., 298.
Walker, Robert J., Governor of Kan.

sas, I., 147.
Wallace, Frances Todd, I., 62.
Wallace, Lew, II., 15, 24, 27, 121, 286.
Wallace, W. H. L., II., 24, 25.
Wallace, William, Lincoln's brother.

in-law, I., 261.
Warren, G. K., II., 250, 251, 252.
Washburne, Elibu B., letter to, I.,

243.
Washington, department of, I., 311;
threatened by Beauregard, 320, 332,

328; society at, 339.
Watson, P. H., I., 119.
Webb, James W., Minister to Turkey

and Brazil, I., 283.
Webster, Daniel, I., 42, 86, 93, 97,

342.
Webster, J. D., II., 26.
Weed, Thurlow, I., 94; Lincoln calls

en, 102; visits Lincoln at Spring-
field, 232; 239, 240, 242; for con-

ciliating South, 243.
Weitzel, Godfrey, enters Richmond,

II., 344, 346, 353, 356, 387.
Welles, Gideon, I., 239; Secretary of

Navy, 282; gives sealed orders as to
Sumter, 290, 291; blames Seward,
292; favors embargo, 309; compli-
ments Wilkes, 361, 377; II., 161, 368,

370.
Wentworth, John, I., 104; II., 384.
West, Department of the, I., 341.
West Virginia, loyal, I., 298, 316; 317;

McClellan in, 318; adınitted as State,

II., 168, 224, 260.
Wheeler, Joseph, II., 124, 322.

Whig National Convention, of 1848,

I., 93.
White, Hugh L., I., 42.
Whiteside, General Samuel, I., 31, 32.
Vibitfield, John W., chosen delegate

to Congress, I., 143.
Whiting, W. H. C., II., 59.
Wide-Awakes of 1860, I., 228.
Wigfall, Louis T., I., 277, 278; ar-

ranges terms of Anderson's sur-

render, 294.
Wilcox, O. B., I., 333.
Wilcox, Cadmus M., II., 197.
Wi!cox, N. G., I., 94, 96, 108.
Wilderness, The, II., 250.
Wiikes, Charles, I., 360, 361, 377.
Williams, A. S., II., 321.
Williams, Thomas, II., 30, 186, 295.
Williamsburg, II., 43-45.
Wilmot, David, introduces proviso,

I., 92: temporary Chairman Chicago

Convention, 216.
Wilmot proviso, I., 92, 96.
Wilson's Creek, battle or, I., 350, 351.
Wilson, Henry, I., 99; supports Doug-

las, 157, 200, 325, 327, 377; n., 82,

115, 236, 269.
Wilson, J. H., II., 285, 301, 323, 343,

353.
Winchell, J. M., II., 233.
Winchester, I., 302.
Winslow, John A., II., 258, 280, 284.
Winthrop, Robert C., elected Speaker,

I., 184.
Wise, Henry A., I., 358; II., 17.
Wood, II., 124.
Wood, Benjamin, I., 329, 330; II., 158.
Wood, Fernardo, Mayor, receives Lin.

coln, I., 265; II., 158.
Wood, T. J., II., 214, 215, 323.
Toodbury, Levi, I., 288.
Wool, John E., I., 305; II., 41, 42,

46, 57, 245.
"Vorcester speech, I., 100.
Wright, Joseph A., I., 374.
Wright, H. G., II., 251, 252, 253, 285,

286, 287.
Yates, Richard, elected Governor of

Illinois, I., 261.
Yorktown, II., 40, 43, 44.
Yourg, Richard M., I., 106, 107.
Zollicoffer, F. K., killed, II., 6.

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