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PROCLAMATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN, for troops, 141, 604; | RANDALL, SAMUEL J., Representative in Thirty-Eighth dome
amnesty, 147, 48; blockade, 149, 605; commercial inter-
signed and appointed brigulier, 401.
24; General Patterson, 244; General Fremont on Ransom, M. W., Commissioner from North Carolina to
401; Second, 102.
scription, 118; martial law, 121; outlawry of General REAGAN, Joux II., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
Postmaster General in Provisional and Permanent adt
ministration, 400, 401.
REBEL ARMY, strength of, 121, 399, 612.
tion of the United States, 183–194; pastoral letter of and reply of latter, 27; correspondence of certain,
death, 515; loyalty of New Orleans churches, 543, 544. marque, 117; conscription laws, 118, 119; on habeas
the indompity bill, 184, 185; of nine Senators against the meut of colored persons, 281-2-3, 611; on peace, 305-11,
RECOGNITION, of Hayti and Liberia, recommendation of
President Lincoln, 130; bill for, 239; of rebel independe
of independence, the sine qua non of rebels, 303-307,
RECONSTRUCTION, proceedings respecting, 317–331 ; rebel
gress, 110; resolution relative to the seized newspa- on terms of, 330; General Graut's letter on, nate, 671;
reports, proceedings, and votes in Congress upon, 576,
49; address to the people of Virginia, 40; adjustment RECONSTRUCTION, views of various rebel leaders, Legisla
REFORMED PROTESTANT DUTCH COURCE, Action of, 482, 48.
REID, DAVID S, Member of Peace Conierepce, 68.
365-368, 601, 602; Secretary Chuse's letter respecting Report to the South Carolina Convention of Mr. Rhett, 12.
the redemption of in gold, note, 367 ; of rebels, 386.
15; of Mr. Memminger, ló, 16; of Mr. Withers, 19;
committee and Secretary Holt on secret organization
order, 253; slavery,:59; enrollment act, 270, 271, 664 ; | ROMAN, J. Dixon, Member of Peace Conference, 68.
Roycr, HOMER E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
614616; Legislature of Virginia on guerrillas, 119; Royston, GRANDISON D., Representative in First Rebel Con-
ference, 68; Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress, 400;
RUGER, Lieutenant Colonel, instructions of General Banks
gress, 48; member of Select Committee on Military and RUSSELL, CAARLES W., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Con-
gress, 400; Representative in First Congress, 402;
Congress, 2, 11, 400; report in South Carolina conven- RUSSELL, (EARL.) rebel Commissioners' letter to, 27; reply
347–349; letter of, to Lord Lyons, on the Trent Affair,
members of Peace Conference, C7; Thirty-Sixth Con- Rust, ALBERT, Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
ratifying the anti slavery amendment, 596.
Thirty-Seventh, 122; member of Committee of Thir- 605.
SALMOX, B. 8., arrest of, 153.
122; Thirty-Eiglith, 140; resolution on the war, 294; toona address, 233.
San Francisco Bee, upon a Pacific republic, 42.
Congress, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 122; Senator in Thirty- others, on reconstruction, &c., 330; Niagara Falls Con-
SARGENT, AARON A., Representative in Thirty-Seventh Con-
SAULSBURY, WILLARD, Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congresa, 48;
Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eigbth, 140; member of
Delaware, 181, and release of prisoners, 182; amend-
237 ; to the bill creating a new article of war, 238; to
'to tax bill, 375; and to resolution of censure of Ex-
President Buchanan, 387; joint resolution for peace
uty in Rebel Provisional Congress, 400; Representative ment, 257; amendments to bill to secure the freedom
of colored soldiers' families, 563, and to resolution of
S., Brigadier General, order concerning inquiry for Hampton Roads Correspondence, 569.
Savannah News, December 24, 1860, publication of Senator
SCIENCE, RUBERT C., Major General, orders, &c., concerning
gress, 43; member of Committee of Thirty-three, 53. orders respecting churches in Baltimore, 524, 626, and
letters respectiny. 6:25.
Soort, ROBERT E., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress, 400. SHERMAN, JOAN, Senator in Thirty-Seventh Congress, 122;
122; amendments to enrollment bill, 202, 265 ; amend-
allusion to retirement of, 136; letter relative to quotas tory remark of vote, note, 243; amendment to bill to
SHERM * N, SOCRATES N., Representative in Thirty-Seventh
SHERMAN, Thomas W., Brigadier General, proclamation to
SHERMAN, WILLIAX T., Major General, on the draft of 1864,
Carolina, 398, 399; SHEW MAKE, J. T., Representative in Second Rebel Con-
SHIEL, GEORGE K., Representative in Thirty-Seventh Con-
SICELES, DANIEL E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con
gress, 48; aljustment proposition, 51; report in fugi-
on its proposition, 6; ndjustment proposition, 69; Dep- SIMMONS, JAMES F., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
SIMMB, WILLIAN E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con-
SIXPsox, William D., Representative in First Rebel Core
123; claimant in Thirty Eighth, and refused, 141; cre- SINGLETON, OTHO R., Ropresentative in Thirty-Sixth Coor
gress, 49; telegram south, 37; withdrew, 3; declara
28; Governor Letcher's proposed attempt on Fortress Rebel Congress, 401; Second, 402.
SLAUGHTER, THOMAS C., Member of Peace Conferenze, 68.
ian, 463, 465, 466, and attempted censure of in New
dent's approval of the anti-slavery amendment, 591; Reformed Presbyterian, 473; Cumberland Presbyte
rian, 473, 474; United Presbyterian, 474, 507; Baptist
tion, and the New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
Union, 474-78; Lutheran General Synod, 480; COD
on Committee of Thirteen, 70; proposition therein, 71, sylvania, 481, 482; Reformed Protestant Dutch, 483;
Moravian, 483; Protestant Episcopal Convention of
missioners of the Southern Confederacy, 108-111; to ference of 1860 and 1864, 494 499, and Baltimore Coo
States, 59, 60; other propositions, 63-75; Davis's prop
71; proceedings to prohibit in the Territories, 254, 255;
trict Attorney Hall respecting the suspension of the to so amend the Constitution as to prohibit, 256-259,
dent Buchanan, 327 ; correspondence respecting sur SPAULDING, ELBRIDGE G., Representative in Thirty-Sixth
SPINNER, FRANCIS E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con-
SPRAGUE, WILLIAM, Governor of Rhode Island and signer of
SPRATT, L. W., Commissioner from South Carolina to
Florida, 11; received by Convention, 3; vote for seces-
SPRINGFIELD Mass Convention, President Lincoln's letter
to, 335, 336.
STALLWORTH, JAMES A., Representative in Thirty-sixth Con-
436; vote in Louisiana Convention on abolishing STANLEY, EDWARD, Military Governor of North Carolina,
gress, 19; bill to ro-organize the militia of the District
on transfer of United States arms South, in 1852-60, 36.
pointment of military governor, 179; instructions to
General Saxton, 251, 252; letter to General Butler on
ders, &c., enforcing the draft, 272; letter on commuta-
drew respecting colored enlistments, 279; reply on
19; adjustment propsition, 54; Representative in ers, 509, 560; on furloughing drafted clergymen, 364;
charged with the murder of his slave, 519, 550.
STAPLES, WALLER R., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Con.
gress, 49; Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress, 400; coud, 402.
statement of strength of rebel army, 121, 399. Star, Wushingum, publication of vote on Virginia secession
STARR, JOHN F., Representative in Thirty-Eighth Congress,
Congress. 140; amendment to enrollment act, 268; re- STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, bill to erect, 377, 378.
STATE TAXATIOx, on United States bonds and national
STATES, militia of, part of the army of the United States,
STEBBINS, HENRY G., Representative in Thirty-Eighth Con
STEELE, FREDERICK, Major General, President Lincoln's let-
proposed probibition of payment to, 283, 284; rebel STEELE, JOAN B., Representative in Thirty.Suventh Cop
STEELE, William G., Representative in Thirty-Seventh Con-
STEPHENS, Alex. H., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress,
11, 400; commissiouer for Confederate States in making
Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48, 49; deputies in Rebel Pro Vice President, 12; permanent, 401; speech before the
tutivii, 258; substitute for the eurollmeüt vill, 266,
12. 100: tariff act passed. 12: commissioners colored soldiers, and modification, 276; joint resolution
STEWART, JAMES A, Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con- TARIN, robel, 12.
TAX, INCOME, special war, 357.
WILLIAM, Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress, Tax on SLAVES, proposed, and votes, 361, 362; rebel, laid ha
Taxation, rebel, 368-373, 613, 614, 619.
TAYLOR, JOSEPH W., adjustment proposition of, 74, 75.
withdrew, 4; member of Committee of Thirty-three, 53;
report of, 58.
TEN EYCK, JOHN C., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; resolation
TENNESSEE, vote for President in 1860, 1; members of Peace
Seventh, 122; a mission to the " Confederacy,” 401;
movement in Legislature of, 5; vote on adopting the
league w the Confedera States, 5; reconstruction
note, 7; adjustment proposition, 74; delegate from Vir TENNESSEE, act of rebel Legislature of, for enrollment of
free persons of color into the military service of the
TENNESSEANS, Protest of, against Governor Jobnson's eles
cerning, 89, 90; to prohibit slavery in, 251, 255; to pro-
Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; resolution his arrest and release, 311.
401; Deputies in Rebel Provisional Congress, 11, 100;
Tuomas, JAMES II., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Coo-
bombardment, 113, 114; spirit of the rebel press, 114; Thomas, J. Hanson, arrest of, 152.
THOMAS, John, Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congres, 400.
recommendation concerning, 131 ; Vallandigham's caso tion, 28; bids for public loan under, 363.
Thomason, HUGH F., votes in Secession Convention of Ar
THOMPSON, JACOB, Secretary of the Interior, and resig de
lina, 11; received by letter, 5; in Canada, 301.
of Kentucky, 8.
1861, 466, 467 ; action of, in 1861, and reply of Secretary TIBDS, WILLIAM G., Representative in First Rebel Congress,
TOD, DAVID, Governor of Ohio,
and signer of Altonna A
dress, 233; vote for Vice President in Union National
TODD, J. B. S., Delegate from Dacotah, declaration of, rate,
case, 155-158; remarks on General Cadwalader's refusal TOLEX, John, Major, report of, in fugitive slave case, 250.
TOMPKINS, CypnoR B., Representative in Thirty-sixth Con-
gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; member of Committee Toombs, ROBERT, Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48: on
Senate Committee of Thirteen, 70; propositions in, 71;
sional Congress, 11, 400; provisional Secretary of State