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We sit beneath the windows and watch the evening Oh! let us not forget them—our brave, unselfish boys sun,

Who have given up their loved ones, their happy And count the silver rain-drops, descending one by household joys, one.

And stand to-night in rank and file, determined to a The very town seems silenced in a soft, delicious calm.

man, How different is the scene to-night down by the Rapi. To triumph over treason, down by the Rapidan! dan!

And let our hearts be hopeful; our faith, unwavering, Down by the rushing Rapidan, hark !, how the muskets strong; crack!

Right must be all-victorious when battling with the The battle-smoke rolls up so thick, the very heavens

Wrong. are black.

Let us bear up our heroes' hands! Pray, every soul No blossom-scented winds are there, no drops of sil that can, ver rain;

“God bless our boys who fight to-night down by the The air is thick with salphurous heat, and filled with Rapidan!"

moans of pain.

INDEX

EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS IN THE INDEX.

D. stands for Diary of Events ; Doc. for Documents ; and P. for Poetry, Rumors and Incidents.

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PAGE tween Generals Longstreet and AVERILL, WM.W., Brig.-Gen., at Spring-
“ ABRAHAM LINCOLN," by W. H. Ven.

Foster,
Doc. 296 field, Va.,

D. 41
able,
P. 11 defined,
D. 56, Doc. 460 expedition of,

D. 24
A Contraband song,

Mr. Cofrey's letter on the, Doc. 3 prisoners captured by,
Acrostic, a rebel,
P. 6 debates on, in the rebel Congress, D. 2 A War Study, by U.S. N.

P. 64
ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS,

D. 66 debate on, in the Virginia House of
ADAMS, Colonel, at Metley's

Delegates,

D. 24
Ford, Tenn.,

ANDERSON, -, Capt. Fifty-first Indi-
ADAMS, E. J.,
P. 89 ana cavalry,

D. 22 BABCOCK, CHARLES A., Capt. See
ADAMS, JOHN Q. See Mobile, Doc. 121 ANDERSON, C.D., Col., rebel. See

“Marine Brigade,"

D. 10
ADAMS, LA RUE P. Report of opera-

Fort Powell, Ala.,

Doc. 100 BACHE, GEORGE M., Lieut. Com. See
tions near Mobile,
Doc. 11 ANDERSON, Ransom. See Fort Pillow,

Red River,

Doc. 521
ADAMS, WILLIAM K., Lieut., First

Doc. 19 BACHELLER, 0, A., Lieut. See Mobile,
North-Carolina,
D. 29 ANDREW, JOHN A., Gov.,

P. 16

Doc, 120
ADAMS, Wirt, Gen., raid on Gelser Anglo-Saxon Whittling Song, P. 14 Bachelor's Creek, N. C., battle at, D. 40
town, Miss.,

D. 86 “Annie Thompson,” account of the accounts of the fight at, Doc. 358
account of his expedition, Doc. 466 I capture of,

Doc. 856 Bacox, G. M., Capt., Twenty-fourth
at the battle of Okalona, Miss., Doc. 494 Annus Mirabilis, The, of the South, D.

Ohio,

Doc. 605
noticed,

D. 6, 19, 24, 60 "A patriotic father," anecdote of, P. BAILEY, Lieut.-Col. See Red
A dialogue on the merits of the war, P. 54 "A Premium Uniform,"

D 49
River Expedition,

Doc. 529
ADDISON, THOMAS. See Fort Pillow, Aranzas Pass, Texas, captured,

BAILEY, THEODORUS, Rear-Admiral, Re-
Doc. A rebel acrostic,

P. 6 ports of operations in Florida, Doc. 280
" A. D. Vance," run ashore at Fort Arkansas, Gen. Steele's address to the

Report on the capture of the salt-
Caswell, N. O.
D. 85 people of,

D. 48 works in St. Andrew's Bay, Fla.,
" After the Fight," a poem,
Gov. Murphy's address to the peo-

Doc. 815
" Agate." See Wliitelaw Reid, D. 64 ple of

Doc. 594

Report of the destruction of rebel
Alabama, extraordinary feat of the
reorganization in : Pres. Lincoln's

salt-works in East and West-Bay,
First loyal cavalry of,

P.
instructions to Gen. Steele, Doc. 939 Pla.,

Doc. 384
Seventh cavalry of,

restoration of,

Doc. 824 Report of the destruction of salt-
See T. H. Watts,
Doc. 8 See R. R, Livingston,

D, 26 works at St. Mark's, Fla., Doc, 419
operations of the Fifteenth army

See Nathan Kimball,

BAIX, GEORGE M., Rev.,

Doc. 455
corps in,
Doc. 850 See Fred, Steele,

BAIRD, ABSALOM, Gen., Doc. 208, 429
the Legislature of, votes to give the

See Sterling Price.

BAKER, EDWARD. See Mobile, Doc. 126
carpets to the soldiers, D. " Arletta," capture of the,

BAKER, R. H.

Doc. 455
Unionism in,

Doc. 8. Armstrong's Ferry, Tenn., skirmish Baker's Creek, Miss., skirmish near,
Yankee atrocities in,

ing at
D. 86

Doc. 475
First loyal artillery of,
Doc. Army of the Cumberland, operations BALCH, G. B., Capt.,

D. 58
“ Alabama" captures the "Amanda"

of the, in Jan. and Feb., 18 4.

BALDWIN, W. n., Lieut.-Col., Report
and "Winged Racer,"
D. 8 Gen. Thomas's Report,

Doc. 805 of the battle of Pleasant Hill, Doc. 540
depredations of the,

Col. Long's Report,
Doc. 308 BALLARD, H. C., poem by,

P. 82
Albany Army Relief Bazaar, noticed, Lieut.-Col. Porter's Report. Doc. 809 BALLARD Joux P.,

Doc. 585
Army of the Potomac, corps in,reduced Ball's Bridge, Tenn., fight at, Doc. 818
"Albemarle," rebel ram at Plymouth,

to three,

D. 56 BANGS, ELI A. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 57
D. 69 military executions in the

Bank of Ashland, Ky., robbed by guer-
ALDEN, JAMES, Capt. See Mobile, Ala.
number of killed and wounded in, D. 44 rillas,

D. 00
Report of operations near Mobile, change in the command of,

BANKS, N. P., Major-Gen., expedition
Doc. 115 civilians, etc., sent out of,

to Texas,

Doc. 146
ALDRICH, MILLY. See Sanitary Com ARNOLD, RICHARD, Brig.-Gen. See

captures Corpus Christi and Aran-
mission,
P. 25 Red River campaign, Doc. 545 zas Pass,

D. 9
ALEXANDER, FRANCIS A.,

Doc. 26 A “Soldier's Letter," by Mary 0. lands at Brazos de Santiago, Texas,
ALEXANDER, G. W., Capt., relieved, D. 24 1 Hovey,

D. 2
Alexandria, La., captured by Admiral A song, by Fitz-Greene Halleck, P

Soe Fort De Russy,

Doc. 4.
Porter,

Doc. 518, D. 58 | Athens, Alabama, rebel attack on, D. operations of, in the Gulf Depart-
Gen. Banks's army returns to, D. 72 | ATKINSON, - , Major, killed at Saline

ment,

Doc. 178
ALLAN, PATTERSON, Mrs., arrest of,

River, Ark,

D.

See Pleasant Hill., La.. Doc. 535
D. 24, Doc. 584 | AVERILL, WM. W., Brig.-Gen., Report of order for an election in Louisiana,
Allen, T. S., Col. Fifth Wisconsin,
the fight at Mill Point and Droop

Doc. 831
Doc. 162 Mountain, Va.,

Doc. 155 order in reference to labor in Louisi-
“ Alliance," capture of the, D. 62 Reports of his expedition to cut the

ana,

Doc. 870
Alston, R. A., Lieut.-Col., Doc. 319 Va, and Tenn, Railroad, Doc. 2 See Red River Expedition, Doc. 581
“ Amande," ship, captured by the rebel accounts of his expedition, address at New-Orleans, La., March
"Alabama,"
D. 8
Doc. 285, 286

D. 49
Amnesty Proclamation, of President at Droop Mountain,

D. constitutes a Board of Education at .
Lincoln,
Doc. 296 fights near Covington, West-Vir

New-Orleans,

D. 56
official correspondence on the, be

ginia,
D. 9' noticed,

Doc. 637, D. 57

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" Banshee," capture of the, D. 11 Bogue Inlet, N. C., expedition to March 10th, to the Georgia Legis-
BARBEE, WILLIAM R., of Va., D. 25

latare,

D. 51
BARNES, GID, M., Col., noticed, Doc. 221 | Bobler's Rocks, Rappahannock River

See John H. Morgan,

D. 83
BARTLESON, F. A., poem by,
P. 63 skirmish at,

See Rebel Commerce,

Doc.
BARTLETT, A. T., Surgeon, Thirty. BOKER, GEORGE H.,

BROWN, J. L., Surgeon,

D.
third Missouri,

Doc. 584 | BOLIN, John F., Capt., rebel guerrilla, Browx, _ Lieut., Tenth Conn., D. 29
BARTON, WMB., Col., expedition

capture of,

BROWN, MORTIMER F. See Returned
against Pilatka, Fla.,
D. 51 BOLIN, NATHAN,

Prisoners,

. Doc. 87
Batesville, Ark., battle near, D. Bolivar, Tenn., 'fight at, Doc. 334, D. 26 Brown, —, Capt. Eighty-fifth N. Y.
“ Battle-worn Banners," by Park Ben-

rebels surprised at,

D. 42 regiment,
jamin,

P. Bolivar Landing, Te n., Nationals BROWXE, W. R., Acting Master, report
BAYLER, T. G., Capt., report of battle

surprised at

D. 40 of the destruction of rebel salt-
of Chattanooga,
Doc. 210 BOLLES, Major,

D. 14 works in West-Bay, Fla., Doc. 884
Bayou Bourbeaux, La., battle at, BOOKER, Isaiah S. See Returned Pris noticed,

Doc. 345
D. 2, Doc. 14 oners,

Doc. BROWNE, W. R., Major, rebel. See
Bayou Grand Coteau, La., battle at, Boone, W. P., Colonel Twenty-eighth

Fort Powell, Ala.,

Doc. 100
D. 2
Kentucky,

Doc. 423 BROWNLOW, Parson, notice of, Doc. 314,
Bayou Plaquemine, La., rebel depre Booxr, J. Rowan, Capt., noticed, Doc. 221

D. 64
dations at

Booth, L. F., Major, See Fort Pillow, BROWNELL, H, H., Acting Ensign. See
Bayou Sara, skirmish at.

Doc.
Mobile,

Doc. 105
BEALL, JOnx Y., Acting Master,

BORDEN, — Acting Master's Mate, Brownsville, Texas, raising of the
Bealton, Va., fight near,

blockade of

Doc. 491
BEAN, M. DUDLEY,

Boston, Mass., volunteering meetings BRYANT, Capt., Eighth Me, D. 12
Bean Station, Tenn., fight at,

in,

D. BRYSON, — Lieut.-Col. Twenty-fifth
"a poor set-off for Knoxville," D. 29 Bowen, T. S., A. A.G., noticed, Doc. 281 N. C. rebel troops,

D. 14
Bear Inlet, N, O., Official Reports of Bowns, Capt., rebel, surprised BUCHANAN, F., Admiral, rebel, capture
the expedition to, Doc. 461, D. 61 near Windsor, N. 0.,

of,

Doc. 102
BEATTIE, JOHN W., Capt., Doc. BOYKIN, F. M., Gen.,

BUCKLAND, R. B., Gen., Doc. 198
Beaufort, s. O., sale of confiscated es BRADFORD, A. 'H., Gov., letter of Pres BUCKNER, S. B., Gen., rebel, P. 87
tates at,

D.
ident Lincoln to,

D 2 BURCHAM, GEORGE E., report of opera-
BEAUREGARD, G. T., Gen., thanked by BRADFORD, W. F., Major. See Fort

tions near Mobile,

Doc. 119
the rebel Congress for the defence

Pillow

BURCHAM, Joux C. See Returned
of Charleston, S. C.,
D. Bradley's Landing, Tenn., guerrillas

Prisoners,

Doc. 89
the black flag, letter to Gen. Martin.

BOFORD, C. A., Gen., order in the bat
P. 36 BRAGG, Braxtox, Gen., Doc. 195, D. 80 tle at Paducah, Ky.,

Doc. 510
BEERS, -, Major, of Illinois, D. 31 forage train of, captured, D. 2 at Fort Pillow,

Doc. 1
Beersheba Springs, Tenn., fight near,.. relinquishes his command, D. 17 1 See Hazel River,

D.
Doc. 20 assigned to duty in Richmond, D. 47 BUFORD, John, death of, D. 22, P. 24
BELGER, - , his battery,

D. 52 BRAMLETTE, THOMAS E., Gov., letter BUFORD, N. B., Gen., speech at Hele-
Belligerents, Are the New-Zealanders ?

to Captain Cahill,

D. 21 na, Ark., Jan. 20, 1864, Doc. 334
P. 10 address in reference to the enlist

noticed,
“Bendigo," destruction of the block

ment of negroes in Kentucky, D. Bullion in the South, See Plate,
ade-runner,

Doc. 355, D. 31 proclamation in reference to guer BORBRIDGE, S. G., Major-Gen. S
BENEDICT, LEw., Col., killed at Plea-

Doc. 327 Grand Coteau, La,

Doc. 150
kant Hill, La.,
Doc. 587 Brandon, Miss., occupied by General BURGESS, Bishop of Maine, P.

P 60
motto of bis family,

P.
Sherman,
Doc. 475, 481 | Burlington, Va., fighi at,

D. 41
Poem on the death of, by Alfred B. General Sherman's army passes invested by the rebels,

Doc. 8:28
Street,
P. 48 through,

Doc. 472, 477 BURNHAM, GEORGE P., Capt., P. 30
noticed,
Doc, 550 anecdote of a lady of,

Doc. 480 BURNS, A., Capt., killed at Pleasant
BENIAM, CALHOUN, Major, rebel, at Brandon, Va., expeditiou to Doc. 840 Hill, La.,

Doc. 511
Lookout Mountain,
Doc. 215 BRAXXAX, J. M., Gen.,

Doc. 206 BURNS, Joux, at Gettysburgh, P. 5
BENJAMIN, PARK,
P. C See Chickamanga,

Doc, 868 BURNSIDE, A, E., Major-Gen. See Hal-
BENNETT, 'J. E., Col., Seventy-fifth BRASITRARS, Louis, rebel,

D. 56 leck's Report,

Doc. 163
Illinois, noticed, Doc. 602, 605 BRAYDON, CHAS, A. See Mobile, Doc. 119 at Campbell's Station, Tenn.. Doc. 183
BENNETT, W. C., his reply to Carlyle's BRAYMAX, Masox, Brig.-Gen., testi-

letter to Gen Sherman, thanking
" Iliad,”
P. 18 mony in the Fort Pillow examina-

him for the relief of Knoxville,
BENTON, EDWARD B., statement in the

tion,
Doc.

Doc. 19
Fort Pillow case,

Doc. 74“ Brazil," steamboat, fired on, D. general orders on the siege of Knox-
Berdan's Sharp-Shooters at Kelly's Brazos de Santiago, Texas, Banks's

ville,

Doc. 256, 257, 260, 961
Ford,
Doc. 161 army lands at,

D.

reënforced by Gen, Granger, D. 17
BERRY, WILLIAM W., Col., report of Brazos Island, Texas, landing of Un-

relinquishes the cominand of the
the battle of Chattanooga, Doc. 2

ion troops at,

Doc. 14 army of the Ohio,
BEVEL, Elors. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 69 Brazos River, Texas, blockade-runner

noticed,
* Bill Arp on the Confederate Cur.

captured in,

D. BURROUGHS, - , Major, shot at For-
rency,"
P. 33 BREATHITT, Major, Kv.civalry, D. 30 tress Monroe, Va.

D.
BINGHAM, JAMES R. See Fort Pillow, BRECKENRIDGE, JOUN C., Gen., noticed, BUTLER, B. F., Major-Gen., assumes
* Bird of Art." See Rebel Bird of

D. 27 coinmand in Virginia and North-
Art,
Doc. 323 at Lookout Mountain,
Doc. 21 Carolina,

D.
BIRNEY, D. B., Gen., at Kelly's Ford, BREWSTER, N. SAWYER, report of the order in reference to disloyal per

Doc, 1

loes of the steamer signal, Doc. 528 sons,
BIRTWISTLE, JAMES Report of the Bridgeport, Ala., expedition to, D. 64 declared an "outlaw," D. 27.
James River Expedition, Doc. 44 · BRIEN, M. M. See reorganization in

order in reference to the Norfolk
BLACK, M., Surgeon,

Doc.
Tennessee,
Doc, 838 gas-works,

D.
Black Flags. See G. T. Beauregard, P. 3 | BRIGHT, DANIEL, of Pasquotank, Doc. 297 letter to the Norfolk perfection
BLACKFORD, Capt., Account of See Samuel Jones,

D. 83 ists,

D. 88, P.
the death of,

Doc. 463Bristne Station, Va., Nationals cap action of the rebel Senate on the
* Black Hawk," steamer, fired on, D. 11! turel at.

D. 50 outlawry of,

D, $
Black River, Mo., fight near, D. 23 fight at

D. 64 order in reference to Mrs. Graves,
Official Reports of the expedition up BROOK, T. B., Major. Report of the
the,

Doc. 4
operations of negro troops at Frt

See Gen. Graham,

D. 8:
Black Tom, a poem,

P.
Wagner,

Doc. 21 his expedition to surprise Richmond.
BLAIR, FRANK 'P., Mujor-Gen., Doc. 195 Brook's Plantation, Yazoo River,
BLAIR, MONTGOMERY. See Emancipa-

fight at,

D. 5S cause of its failure,
tion Proclamation,

D. BROSCH, JOwx, Goy, of Ohio, D. 14, 71 order for the government of contra-
Blandville, Ky., rebel depredations at Browx, ALBERT G., notice I, P. 16 bands,

D. 3 BROWN, GEORGE, Lieut. Cou., Doc. 101 See Charles City Court-House, Doc. 987
Blankets for the rebels. See Alaba-

report of operations near Mobile,

order in reference to the seizure of
ma,
D. 27

Doc. 126 rebel property,
Blockade, Admiral Lee's report on BROWY, GEORGE R., Capt. Ninth Indi-

See Retaliation,

Doc. 4
the efficiency of the, Doc. 299' ana battery, noticeu, Doc, 540 expedition to King and Queen
BODEN HAMER, WILLIAM J., Capt., Doc. 497 Brown, John, of Harper's Ferry, anec

Court-House, Va..
BOGART, G. M., Acting Ensign, no-

dote of, and Gen. R. E. Lee, P. 25 cares for the poor of Virginia, D. *
ticed,
Doc. 105 BROWX, JOSEPH E., Gov., message of,

Doticed,

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BUTLER, D. W. See Nickajack Trace, " Catawba," launch of the

D. CLARKE, CHARLES, Gov. of Miss. See
D. 71 CATHCART, CHARLES W. H. See Rebel

Rebel Commerce,

Doc. 597
Butler, J. A. See Arkansas, Doc. 32; Prisons,

D. 11 CLAR E, D, E, M, noticed, Doc. 497
BUTTERFIELD, DANIEL, Major-Gen., at

Catholics, "loyal and national," D. 57 CLARK, HENRY. See Mobile, Doc. 109
Chattanooga,
Doc. 220 CAVALIER, JAMES, the rebel guerrilla, CLARK, John S., Major, noticed, Doc. 221

D. 25 CLARK, -- guerrilla,

D. 63
Cedar County, Mo., records of cap CLARY, WILLIAM, Lt.,

Doc. 8
tured,
D. CLAYTON, POWELL, Col.,

D. 35,
CABELL, WILLIAM L., Gen., Doc. 515 Centreville, Tenn., guerrillas defeated CLEARY WILLIAM, Lieut. See Fort
Caddo Gap, Ark., expedition to, D.

at,

Doc. 2
Pillow,

Doc. 66
Cadson's Cave, Ark., rebels captured " Ceres," capture of the,

D. 18 CLEBURNE, PATRICK, Gen., performs
D. CHALMERS, Gen., rebel,' at Colliers-

the "most gallant feat of the
CADY,'A L., Lieut., expedition into

ville, Tenn.,

D. 2
war,"

Doc.
North-Carolina,

CHAMP FERGUSON. Son Ferguson, CLEM, JOHNNY, anecdote of, P. 63
CAGGER, PKTER, noticed,

D. 53, 54 CLEMENS, JERE,

D. 52
CAHILL, EDWARD, Capt.,

Champion, Thomas E., Col., noticed,' Cleveland, Tenn., raid into, D. 24
Callkiller River, Tenn., fight at the,

Doc. 2 rebel conscription in,

Champion Hills, Miss., skirmish at, "Clifton," capture and destruction of
Caligula, Tenn., rebel depredations

Doc. 475, 477 the steamer

D
at,

D. CHAMPLIN E., Lieut., noticed, Doc. 511 Clinch, Tenn., the military district of,
Camden, Ark., occupied by General Char'cellorsville, Va., the battle of, an
Steele,

Doc. 516 advantage to the rebels, D. CLINE, - Lieut., noticed
evacuated by Gen. Steele,

D. 7 CHAPIN, - Capt. Eighty-fifth N. Y. Clinton, Miss., Sherman's expedition
forage train attacked at,
D. 65 regiment,

enters,

Doc. 475, 477
CAMERON, R A., Gen, at the siege of CHAPIN, — Col., guards of, sur COATES, JAMES H., Col., Eleventh mi.
Knoxville,
Doc. 255 prised near Knoxville,

nois,

Doc. 417
see Grand Coteau,
Doc. 150 “Charge of the Mule Brigad

COBB, HOWELL, speech of at Atlanta,
at Pleasant Hill, La., Doc. 541, 543 Thomas H. Elliott,

Ga., Jan. 28, 1864, Doc. 841
Cameron, Va., rebel attack on the rail. Charles City Court-House, Va., Col. Cocke County, Tenn., rebel forage
road at,

D, 37 West's expedition to, D. 21, Doc. 29 train captured in,
“Camilla,"' capture of the schooner, Charleston, Ill., account of a riot COCKERILL, T. M., Lie at.-Col., Twenty-

there,
Doc.. 596 fourth Ohio,

Doc. 603
CAMPBELL, - rebel guerrilla, no Charleston, Mo., guerrillas captured COCKRELL, J. R., Col., Seventeenth
ticed,
D. 1 near,

D. 35 Iowa,

Doc. 198
CAMPBELL, - , Col., his reconnois Charleston, S. C., shelling of,

COFFEY, TITIAN J., letter on the Am-
sance to Romney, Va., D. 40

D. 19, 82, 85, 87, 42 nesty Proclamation,

Doc. 888
CAMPBELL., - Seventy-sixth Pa.

Beauregard's defence of,

Cold Weather, at Memphis, Tenn., D. 80
D.
Greek fire thrown into,

D. 31 COLE, HENRY A., Major Md. cavalry,
CAMPBELL, JOHN T., Capt., Report of Charlestown, Tenn., battle at. D. 27

D. 30
the attack on the Thirty-second

reports of the battle at, Doc. 292 thanked for his bravery, D. 85
Mo., infantry,

D. 53 CHASE, SALMON P. See Emancipation COLE, ---, Col. Second Va. Colored
Campbell's Station, Tenn., battle at,

Proclamation,
D. 54 Regiment,

D. 50
noticed,

COLE, SANDY. See Fort Pillow, Doc.
notices of fights at,

Doc. 1
" Chatham," capture of the,

16 COLEMAN, ALFRED. See Fort Pillow.
Camp amusements, account of, P. 25 CHATTANXACH, WILLIAM,

D. 71

Doc.
Camp Butler, III., fire at,

D. 35 Chattanooga, Tenn., battle of, com COLFAX, SCHUYLER, proposed to expel
Camp Finnegan, Fla., account of,

menced,

D. 12

Alexander Long,
Doc. 396 closing of the battle of

D.

Colliersville, Tenn., fight at, D.
Camp Winder, Richmond, Va., hos battle of, noticed, “D, 13, Doc. 188 accounts of the attack on, Doc. 461 462
pital at, burned,
D. 37 reports of the battles at,

COLLINS, WASHINGTOX. See returned
Campti, La., fight at,
Doc. 521 despatches from the War Depart-

prisoners,

Doc. 84
accounts of the expedition to, Doc. 534 Inent,

Doc. 190 Colorado, First cavalry of, D. 63
Canada, an invasion from, expected, Cincinnati. “Gazette ” account of Colored troops, efficiency of the, Doc. 42
D. 5 the battle at,

Doc. 228 orders in reference to the enlistment
CANBY, E. R. S., Major-Gen., Doc. 100 Richmond “Despatch" account of

of,

Doc. 145
Cane Hill, Ark., battle of, Doc. 176 the battles at,

Doc. 2 War Order in reference to the enlist-
Cane River, La., fight near the, Doc. 524 an incident of the shelling of,

ment of,

Doc. 336
Caney Fork, Tenn., fight at, D.
an incident of,

See President Lincoln's Order of
Canson, William, Gov. of Del. See railroad, fight on the

63 July 80,

Doc. 419
Colored Troops,
Doc. 1 CHKATHAM, B. F., Gen., rebel, no-

See Negroes.
CANNON, J. W., rebel,

P.
ticed,

Columbus, Ky., rebel demand for sur-
Canton, Miss., Sherman's expedition Cheek's Cross-Roads, Tenn., fight

render of

Doc. 3
through,
Doc. 473, 484

Columbus, Ohio, plot to rescue rebel
Cape Lookout,rebel depredations at, D. “ Chenango,” accident on the D.

prisoners at,

D. 46
CAPROX, - Lieut., death of, D. 41 Cherokee Indians, interview with Commerce. See Rebel Commerce, Doc. 196
Carey, Asa B., Capt.,

D.
Gen. MeNeil,
D. " Company K," a poem,

P. 18
CARLIN, WILLIAM P., Gen., noticed, noticed,

D. Confederate bonds. See currency, Doc. 431
Doc. 208 | “Chesapeake," selzure of the, D. 18, 19 Confederate Congress, the crisis of
CARLTOX, ELI. See Fort Pillow, Doc. 18 recapture of the,

D. 22

D. 29
CARLTON, JAMES H., Gen. Ser Opera-

the capture of, an act of piracy, D. 45 bill to prohibit dealing in United
tions in New Mexico, Doc. 854 the pirates of the, surrendered, D.

States currency,

D.
noticed,
D. 81, 47 surrendered to the National au-

See rebel Congress,
CARLYLE, THOMAS, his “Iliad." P.'17

thorities,

D. 55 Confederate Currency, Bill Arpon
" and his nutshell,"

19
CHESTNEY, T. 0., A, A.S., noticed, Doc. 5

the,

P.
CARXEY, GEORGE J., A.Q.M.,

Cheyennes, fight with the,

D. 6 | Confederate notes, to be taxed,
CARNEY, WILLIAM I., the brave color Chicago Mercantile Battery, at Pleas “ Confederate official reports," si
ed soldier,

P.
ant Hill, La.,
Doc. 54 pressed,

D.
CARR, EUGENE A.

ticed, Doc. 5 Chickamauga, battle of. Gen. Mc Confederate Soldiers, a secret address
See Rapidan,

Doc, 242
Cook's statement,

Doc, 86

to the,
CARSON, CHRISTOPHER, Col., noticed, Gen. Negley's statement. Doc. 367 | Confederate Song of Freedom, by
D. 48 Chowan River, N, O., reconnoissance

Emily M. Washington,

P. 27
Sce operations in New Mexico, Doc. 353 of,

D. 4 Confederate States, the condition of
CARTER ----, Col. First Va, Cav., D. 23 CHRISTIAN, HENRY. See Fort Pillow,

the, by Charles Girard,

P. 2
CARTER, SIMORL P., Brig.-Gen., Pi

Doc. 15 address of the rebel Congress to the
Fost-Marshal at Knoxville,

Christian Commission,
D. 67 people of the

Doc. 885
Carter's Creek, Va., expedition up CHRISTY, SMITH, Capt. See Chero Confiscation, sale of estates at Beau-
D. T2 kees,
D. 14 fort, S. O.,

D. 85
OARTY, CHARLES L. See Mobile, Doc. 1 Chuckatuck, Va., fight at, Doc. 4 See General Butler's Order, Doc.
Caggy, 0. H. P., Lieut.-Col., Thirty expedition up the,

D. | Connecticut Volunteers, Tenth Regi-
sixth Ind.
Doc. 60 Cincinnati, Ohio, Capt. Dickson's re-

ment of,

D. 28, P. &
"Cassie Holt," capture of the, D. 48 port of the siege of,

Doc. 81 Ninth Regiment of,

D. 64
CASTLE, WILLIAM, Capt, Eleventh Mo. “Citizen guerrillas" attack Mayfield, CONRAD, -, Dr., rebel. Soo Mobile,
cavalry,
D. 46 Ky,

Doc. 107

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PAGZ

PAGS
Conscripts, Report of a rebel commit DAHLGREN, ULRIC, Col., rebel account DICKSON, WILLIAM M., Commandant of
tee appointed to investigate

of his route,
Doc. 588 the Black Brigade,

Doc. 810
charges of abuse of the, at Camp account of his guide,

Doc. 589 | DIEGS, GEORGE, killed,
Doc.

D. 52, Doc. 678, 681 DIXSMORE, FRANKLIX. See Returned
Conscription. See Mr. Brown's reso Dalton, Ga., reconnoissance to, Doc. 807 Prisoners,

Doc.
lution in the rebel Senate, D. 6 Reports of the reconnoissance to, Disaffection in the South,

D.
in the South,
D. 26

Doc. 422
Disinterested patriotism,

P.
See Rebel Generals' Memorial,

Col. Grose's Report of operations Disloyalty, the penalty of,
See Passports,

D. 80
around,

Doc. 600 District of Clinch, Tenn., the extent
See Rebel Conscription,
DANA, N. T. J., Gen., Proclamation

of,

D. 31
in West Virginia, General Sullivan's

of, Jan. 80, 1864,
Doc. 851 Dix, MORGAX, Rev.,

D.
orders in reference to,

expedition to Texas,

Doc. 146 Dixox, ROBERT, Report on Mobile, Doc. 112
See Rebel Anti-Substitute Law, D | DANA, WM, STARR, Report of opera. DODD, DAVID O., execution of, D.
See Rebel Conscription, Doc. 829 tions near Mobile,

Doc. 111 DODGE, S. M., Brig.-Gen., captures De-
"Constitution and Union," destruc Dandridge, Tenn., rebel pickets driv-

catur, Ala..
tion of the newspaper office, D. 45 en out of,

noticed,
Contrabands, Gen. Butler's order for

account of the fight near, Doc. 38 Dogs, used in war by the rebels,
the government of,
Doc, 261 | " Dare," destruction of the steamer,

the number of at the South,
Song of the,
P. 63 official accounts,

Doc. 354 “Don," steamer, captured, D. 49
COOKE, JAY, noticed,

D. 1 DAVIDSON, R. O., inventor of the rebel | DONALDSON, EDWARD, Com., Reports
COOKSEY, WOODFORD. See Fort Pillow,

“ Bird of Art,"

Doc, 824 on operations near Mobile, Doc. 121
Doc. Davis, HENRY E., Gen. Soe Kilpat | noticed,

Doc. 101
COOPER, DUNCAN, account of the cap-

rick's Raid,

Doc. 573 “Don't Meddle with the Yankees, John
ture of,

P. 47
DAVIS, JEFFERSON, Message of, Decem-

Bull," by James S. Watkins, P. 6
COOPER, S., rebel Adjt.-Gen., D. 2, 47,

Doc, 264

| Dow, NEAL, Gen., address at Port-
Doc.

Proclamation of, Feb. 9, 1864, Doc. 882 land, Maine,
Order announcing thanks of the

Proclamation for a fast, March 12, "Down by the Rapidan,"
rebel Congress to Gen. Lee, D.

1964,

Doc. 458 Downs, Joxx,
CORCORAN, MICHAEL, Gen., death of, D.

criticised by the rebel press, Doc. 596 Draft, President Lincoln's order for a,
Corinth, Miss., evacuated by the Na-

corresponds with Lord Lyons,

March 10, 1964,

Doc. 370
tionals,
D. 37

Doc. 513, 514 President Lincoln's call of March
“ Cornubia," capture of the, D. 4 Message of, May 2, 1864, Doc. 606 15, 1864,

Doc. 459
Corpus Christi, Texas, captured, D. 9 arrived at Charleston, S. c., D. 21 suspended in New York,

D.
CORSE, J. M., Gen.,

::

. Doc, 198 visits the forts around Charleston, for two hundred thousand men,
Cotton Plant, Ark., account of the

S.C.,

D2 persons leave Idaho to evade the, D. 44
fight near,

Doc. 497 speech'at Wilmington, N. C., D. 8 stanzas on the,
* Cotton Plant," rebel sharp-shooters' severely criticised by Senator Foote noticed,
battery,
D. 69 in the rebel Congress,

D. DRAKE, - Col., capture of,
COTTRELL, GARDNER, See Mobile, Doc. 144 approves the rule against the issue Dranesville, Va., fight near,
Coushatta, LA., fight at,
Doc. 521 of passports,

D. DRAYTON, PERCIVAL, Fleet Captain.
Covington, West-Va., fight near, D. 9 attempt to burn the residence of, D.

See Fort Powell, Ala., Doc. 100
" Covington," account of the capture approves the bill for the prevention

at the capture of Mobile, Doc. 107
of the steamer, Doc. 527, 528,

of exportation of cotton, etc., D. 43 additional report of the operations
Cox, s. 8., remarks of E. B. Wash-

wax figure of,
P. 24 near Mobile,

Doc. 184
burne in reply to,

P. 47 "Letter from three good little boys" Droop Mountain, Va., battle at D. 8
CRADDOCK, JOHx,
71

Reports of the battle at, Doc, 105
CRANE, Joux C., A. Q. M.
“a pure and moral man," D. 62 DROCGHT, JOHN WESLEY

D. 28
CRAVEX, T. A. M., Com, Doc. 101 noticed,

Drummer-Boy of the Eighth Mich., P. 29
death of,

Doc. 144 DAVIS, JEFF. C., Gen., at Chattanooga, DRYE, G. W., Capt., notice of, Doc.
CRAWFORD, S. W., Gen., noticed, D. 44

Doc. 202 | DUCKWORTH, Col., rebel, Doc.
CRITTENDEN, T. L., Gen., noticed, Doc. 365 Davis, Major Fourteenth Ill., DUFFIE, ALFRED N., Gen., occupied
OROCKER, M, M., Brig.-Gen., noticed,

cavalry
D. 41 Lewisburgh, Va..

D.
Doc. 475 Davis, Major Third Rhode See Operations in West-Virginia.
Crockett's Bluff, Ark., rebels captured

Island,

Doc. 59 DUYFIELD, D. Bethune,
at,

D. Davis, R. S., Major, noticed, Doc. 2 Dukedom, Tenn., fight at,
CROSBY, PIERCE, Com.,

Davis, STELTON C., noticed,

Doc. 4

Duvnll's Bluff, operations near, Doc.
Croswell's Illinois Battery,
Dead in Bivouac, by George P. Burn Dwight, WILLIAM, Gen.,

Doc. 585
AN, Cren.

Doc.
CRUFT, CHARLES, Brig.-Gen., noticed,

ham,

P. 30 DWIGHT, — Col., noticed, Doc. 55
Doc. 208, 429, 602 DEAL - Colonel, capture of, D. 1
CUFF, — Capt.,

D. Dean, H. H., Lieut. Eleventh Ilinois,
“Cumberland," capture of the steam-

Doc. 417
er,
D. 44, Doc. DRAXE, F. B.,

D. 455 EARL RUSSELL. See Neutrality of Eng
Cumberland Gap, Va., skirmish' near, DECAULP, JKRUTH, Mrs., account of, P.

land,

D. 66
Decatur, Alabama, capture of,

EARLY, JOBAL, Gen., rebel, Doc. 105
Cumberland, Va., fight near,
Decatur, Miss., occupation of

at the Raccoon Ford,

Doc. 948
COMMINGS, A. C.,

Doc, 455 Gen. Sherman's troops at, Doc. 476, 483 EAST, EDWARD H., noticed, Doc. 841
Currency. Ses United States Cur. “ Dee," destruction of the steamer, D | East-Bay, Fla., Report of the destruc-
rency,
D. 25 DEFEVER, Joun, Sergeant, bravery of,

tion of rebel salt-works on the,
See Confederate Currency,

Doc. 814

Doc. 884
Act to reduce the rebel currency to, DE JEUNNE, CECILIA, Miss, some ac- EASTMAN, T. H., Lieut. Com., D. 70
Doc. 431 count of,

P. 68 "Eastport," sinking of the, Doc. 523
See Rebel Currency,

D. . DE TRODRIAND, Regis, Col., at Kelly's East-Tennessee, operations in, Doc. 813
CORRIE, LEONARD D. H., Col. One Hun-

Doc. 161 ECHOLS, JOHN, Gen., at Droop Moun-
dred and Thirty-third N. Y., Doc. 531 | Delaware Volunteers, Hirst Regiment

tain,

D. 3; Doc. 153
CURRY, - , Colonel, of the Marine . of,

D.
noticed,

D.
Brigade,

D. 2 | Department of the Missouri, Gen. Rose EDGAR, GEORGE P., Capt., D. 86, 68
CURTIS, Henry, Jr., A. A. G., Doc. 297 crans assumes command of, D. 40 Education. See Board of Education,
CUSTER, GEORGR A., Gen., at Morton's Department of the Ohio, Foster as-
Ford, Va.,

Doc. 240, D. 8 gumes the command of, D. 20 “Edward," capture of the schooner,
account of his expedition toward DE PEYSTER, J. WATTS, Gen.,

64

D. 96
Richmond, Va. Doc. 568, 669, 570 De Russey, Fort, capture of, Doc. 515 EDWARDS, ARTHUR. See Fort Pillow,
expedition of, returns to Culpeper, account of the capture of, Doc. 518

Doc. 14
See Fort De Russey,

D. EDWARDS, C. S., Col., report of opera-
noticed,
Deserters, how the rebels branded, P.

tions near Rappahannock Station,
Soe Grant's orders in reference to

Doc. 162
rebel,

Doc. | "Edwin," capture of the, Doc. 281
DAHLGREN, JOHN A., Admiral, Order

from the rebel army to be protect Eldorado, Va., pickets surprised at, D. $1
Admiral, on the destruction of the

ed,

D. 59 Elizabeth City, N. C., evacuated, Doc. so
Housatonic,
Doc. 89 Despondency at the South,

D. 84" Ella," capture of the,

D. 4
DAHLGREN, ULRIC, Col. See Gen, Kil- DEVENS, CHARLES, Brig.-Gen., D. 72' "Ella and Anna," capture of, D. 4
patrick's Raid,
Doc. 572 DICKEY, WILLIAM A.,

Doc. 22 70 ELLET, CHARLES R., Com., death of, D. 1
rebel account of the death of, Doc. 586 DICKINSON, A, D.,

Doc. 455 ELLET, A, W., Gen., noticed, D. 19,
spurious order attributed to, Doc. 587 | DICKINSON, HALLOWELL,

Doc. 129 ELLIOTT, THOMAS H.,

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