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the press, we received the following note which explains itself.

" LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, January 10, 1867. "COLONEL A. B. MOORE, OTTAWA, ILL.:

Colonel, I received your letter of the 3d inst., and after a careful examination of the official report of other officers, who participated in the battle of Hartsville, Tennessee, I am enabled to state that all concur in testifying to your personal bravery, as well as to the gallantry of your own regiment, the 104th Illinois. Colonel John Harlan, 10th Kentucky, who arrived with his own and 10th Indiana regiment, very soon after the enemy had recrossed the Cumberland River, mentions in his report, that a large majority of the killed and wounded of your command belonged to the 104th Illinois, which is conclusive evidence of the steadiness and bravery of your own regiment and of yourself personally.

“I am, Colonel, very respectfully your obedient servant,

"GEO. H. THOMAS, Major-General, U. S. A.”

INDEX.

ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ILLINOIS 1 ASSASSINATION–The, of President
-Department of, A. C. Fuller, ap-

Lincoln, II, 22; effect on the country,
pointed, I, 78; report on want of 25; capture and punishment of the
Arms, 90, 97; report adverse to poli-

conspirators, 41.
cy of War Department, 108; reports

ATKINS, GEN. SMITH D.-Sketch of,
quotas under calls for 600,000, filled

II, 375.
in 13 days, 125; report of February 1,

ATLANTA, GA.-Invested by Sher-
1864, concerning the filling of quotas

man, II, 180; position of, 181 ; Its stra-
for Illinois, 136; office of, 602; ton-

tegic importance, 193; evacuated by
cerning expenses of, 605.

Hood, 202; burned by Sherman, 269.
ALABAMA-Secedes, 1, 50.

AVERYSBORO, N. C.-Action near, II,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.-Fleet rescued by

368.
dams at, II, 117.

BAILEY, GEN. JOSEPH-Saves fleet au
ALLATOONA PASS-Operations near,

Alexandria by dams, II, 117.
II, 171; attacked by rebels, 204.

BAILHACHE, LT. ARTHUR L.--Sketch
ANDERSON, GEN. ROBERT _Occu-

of, II, 61,
pies Fort Sumter, I, 42; surrenders:

BAKER, COL. E. D.-Debate in U. S.
72; Is made a Brig. Gen., and given

Senate with Benjamin, I, 35.
command in Ky., 209; succeeded by
W.T. Sherman, 210.

BALTIMORE-Attack upon Mass.troops

at, I, 79.
ANDERSON, COL. WM. B.-Sketch of,

BANKS, GEN. N. P.-Attacks Sabine
. I, 412.

Pass, II, 113; moves up the Red Rive
ANDERSONVILLE, GA.-Prison at,II,

er, 114; disaster near Mansfield,
298; list of Illinois soldiers who died

115; at Pleasant Hill, 116; his fleet
at, 299-315.

rescued by dams at Alexandria, 117.
ANDRESS. LIEUT. COL. CHAS. A.-

BATES, HON. EDWARD- Appointed
Sketch of, II, 644.

Attorney General, I, 72.
APLINGTON, MAJ. ZENAS–Sketch of,

BATTLES OF-
II, 626.

Wilson's Creek, Aug. 1, 1861, I, 160.
APPOMATTOX C. H., VA.-Surrender

Belmont, Nov. 7, 1861, I, 182.
of Lee's army at, II, 437, 439.

Fort Henry, Feb. 2, 1862, I, 193.
ARKANSAS POST-Expedition against, Fort Donelson, Feb, 15. 1862, I, 198.
I, 445; capture of, 448.

Pea Ridge, March 7, 1862, I, 223.
ARNOLD, HON. J. N.-Address to 8th Pittsburg Landing, April 6, 1862,1, 240

Cavalry, I, 523; remarks on death of Iuka, Sept. 19, 1862, I, 289.
Col. Bross, 598.

Perryville, Oct. 8, 1862, I, 345.
ARSENAL AT ST. LOUIS-Removal of

Stone River, Jan. 1, 1863, I, 353.
arms from, I, 103.

Chickasaw Bayou, Dec. 28, 1862, I, 441.
691

Arkansas Post, Jan. 11, 1863, 1, 446.
Port Gibson, May 1, 1863, I, 456.
Champion Hills, May 16, 1863, I, 463.
Big Blaok, May 17, 1863, I, 464.
Vicksburg, July 4, 1863, I, 471.
Chancellorsville, April 31, 1863, 1, 540.
Gettysburg, July 4, 1863, I, 543.
Wilderness, May 5, 1864, I, 545.
Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863, II, 43.
Lookout Mt., Nov., 1863, II, 106.
Resaca, May 14, 1864, II, 169.
Peach Tree Creek,July 18, 1864, II, 181.
Chattahoochee, July 22, 1864, II, 197.
Franklin, Oct. 24, 1864, II, 208.

Bentonville, March 21, 1865, II, 452.
BEAUREGARD, GEN. P. G.T.-Report

of battle at Pittsburg Landing, I, 243,
24, 249; evacuates Corinth, 287; his
address to the people of Georgia, II,

272; defective strategy in the Caro-

linas, 454.
BELMONT, MO.-Battle of, I, 182; offi-

cial report of, 184.
BENNETT, COL. JOHN E.-Sketch of, I,

405.
BENTONVILLE, N. C.-Battle of, II,452,
REVERIDGE, GEN.JNO.L.-Sketch of,

II, 566.
BIG BLACK, THE-Battle of, I, 464.
BIG MUDDY BRIDGE--Protected by

lll. troops, I, 99.
BIRGE'S SHARPSHOOTERS - Sketch

of, II, 65.
BLAIR, HON. MONTGOMERY - Ap-

pointed P. M. Gen., I, 72.
BOLIVAR, TENN.-Action at,"I, 342.
BOOTH, JOHN WILKES.-Murder of

President Lincoln, II, 22; death, 41.
BOSWORTH, LT. COL. AMOS.-Sketch

of, I, 389
BOWERS, COL. THEODORE 8. Sketch

of, II, 509.
BOWLING GREEN, KY-Occupied by

Gen. Mitchell, I, 211.
BRAGG, GEN. BRAXTON.-At Corinth,

I, 287; moves upon Chattanooga, 341;
at Perryville, 345; moves toward
Cumberland Gap, 349; manoeuvred
out of Chattanooga, II, 44; reinforced
by Longstreet, 46; beaten at Chicka-
mauga, 49; loss at, 50; intends to
bombard Chattanooga, 107; defeated
at Mission Ridge, 110; retreats to
Dalton, 111,

BRAYMAN, GEN. MASON.-Sketch of,

I, 270; order at Bolivar, 271; in com-

mand at Natchez, II, 497.
BRIDGEPORT, ALA.--Action at, I, 336.
BRISTOL, COL. HIRAM W.-Sketch of,

I, 390.
BRONSON, GEN. STEPHEN.-Sketch

of, II, 494
BROSS, COL, JNO. A.Sketch of, I, 589;

reply to Gen. Casey, 591; fallat Cem-
etery Hill, 593; resolutions of Chica-
go Bar, 595; letter of Surgeon McKay,
594; remarks of Mr. Herbert, 596; of
Mr. Stevenson, 597; of Mr. Arnold,

598.
BUFORD, GEN.JOHN.--Surprises rebels

at Union City, I, 220; sketch of, 587.
BUFORD, GEN. NAPOLEON B.-Sketch

of, II, 55.
BUCHANAN, JAMES.- Weakness in

time of rebellion, I, 40; dare not en-
force authority of the government,
42; refuses to garrison U.S. forts, 45;

term of office expires, 52.
BUCKNER, COL. ALLEN.- At Rocky

Face, II, 572.
BUCKNER, GEN. S. B.--Taken at Donel-

son, I, 200; fails in an expedition
against Louisville, 209; at Chicka-

mauga, II, 47;
BUELL, GEN. DON CARLOS.-Assumes

command of Dept. of the Ohio, I,
211; leaves Nashville, 243; at Pitts-
burg Landing, 248; leaves Corinth,
288; follows Bragg through Tenn.,
342; moves from Louisville, 345; bat-
tle at Perryville, 345; superseded by

Rosecrans, 349.
BURNSIDE, GEN. A. E. - His “Order

No. Eight;" relieved by President, I,
540; moves towards Knoxville, 11,44;

besieged there, 50, 105.
BUTLER, GEN. B. F.-Letter to Colonel

Shaffer, II, 355.
CAIRO.-Its strategic value, I, 98; oc-

cupation of, 99, 100; stoppage of trade

at, 102.
CALLS FOR MEN BY PRESIDENT.

For 75,000, 1,76; for. 42,032, 103; for

300,000, 120; for 300,000 militia, 120.
CAMERON, COL. DANIEL.-Sketch of,

I, 586.
CAMERON, HON. SIMON.-Appointed

Sec. of War, I, 72; reports want of

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