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to Springfield-Lyon's March Southward, 44.—He hastens toward Springfield-Confederates Marching on
that Town, 45.-Lyon goes out to meet them-Battle at Dug Springs, 46.-Price and McCulloch at variance
The Confederates at Wilson's Creek, 47.--Lyon marches out to attack them, 48.–Battle of Wilson's
Creek, 49.-Death of General Lyon—Major Sturgis in command—Sigel's Troops lost by a Trick of the Con-
federates, 63.- A Drawn Battle-Retreat of the National Troops Northward, 54.–Guerrillas in Missouri -
Activity of Union Troops-Civil Affairs in Missouri, 65.— Promises of Protection to Slavery-Movements
of the Missouri Traitors A Military Despotism proclaimed, 56. —Operations of Hardee, Thompson, and
Pillow, 57.—Measures for annexing Missouri to the Confederacy, 58. —General Fremont in command in the
Western Department-His Embarrassments, 69.— A spect of Affairs in his Department—Kentucky Neu-
trality a Help to the Insurgents, 60.-Cairo and its Vicinity strengthened--Pillow anxious for a Union of
Confederate Forces, 61.—The Confederates alarmed-Polk orders Pillow to fly from Missouri, 62. --Activity
of Missouri Secessionists—Guerrilla Bands, 63.— Fremont proclaims Martial Law throughout Missouri-
Secessionists rigorously treated— Fremont's Emancipation Proclamation, 64. —The Proclamation modified
by the President-Relations of the Government to Slavery, 65.
- French Princes on McClellan's Staff, 131.-Position of the Army of the Potomac-Its Departments, 182.
THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.--TIE TRENT AFFAIR. --OAPTURE OF ROANOKE ISLAND.
Gun-Boat Expedition up the Tennessee River, 206.—Commodore Foote in the Pulpit, 207.— Preparations for
marching against Fort Donelson, 208.-Character and strength of Fort Donelson, 209.-Disposition of Forces
Nashville-Floyd and Pillow again on the Wings of Fear, 233.--Surrender of Nashville, 284.-Expedition
- Transportation of Siege Guns—Capture of New Madrid, 240.–Strength of Island Number Ten-Foote
GENERAL MITCHEL'S INVASION OF ALABAMA.—THE BATTLE OF SHILOH.
OPERATIONS IN SOUTHERN TENNESSEE AND NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA.
Situation of the two Armies near Corinth, 288.---The Victory at Shiloh, and its Fruits Public Rejoicings, 289.-
Forward Movements of the National Army checked by Halleck-Mitchel's Troops driven from Tuscumbia
Plan for the Capture of New Orleans-Porter's Mortar Fleet, 328.- The Defenses of New Orleans, 329.-Confi.
dence of the Confederates in their Defenses—The Fleets of Farragut and Porter, 830.—Their appearance on