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Defeats and Demoralization. .42, 125,

128, 133, 146

Demoralization among Rebels 179

Despatches from General Grant 128

Diary 39 to 185

Disunion, First Success 44

Draft Riots in New York 109, 113

Early, General, repulsed

Elections, popular 83, 115, 119, 146,

152,
Emancipating Crusade, The Army. . .

Emancipation, On.ler for

Emancipation Proclamation 86,

Emigration from South to West

Emissaries, Rebel

Emperor <>f France, The 91

Europe's Sanguine Hopes 81

European Delusions 91

Fair Oaks, Battle of

Farragut, Admiral 63, 119,

Foreign Relations 43, 69, 79, 91,

Fort 1 )onclson

Fort Fisher

Fort Henry, Capture of

Fort Macon

Fort Morgan

Fort Pulaski Captured

Fort Stevens

Fort Sumter 41,

Florida, The Pirate

France, Attitude and Course... .61, 99,

Franklin, General

Fredericksburg, Battle of 89,

Fremont, General

142

157
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106
122
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Georgia, The Pirate, Captured 154

Gettysburg 96, 105, 109

Gilmore, General 113

Gilmour, llarrv, Captured 174

Gold Declines.* 84, 170, 112, 124

Grant, General 83, 95, 104, 127, 134

Great Britain, Attitude 46, 51, 53, 16S

Great Britain, Course 83, 99, 136

Grierson, Colonel 110

Halleck, General 67

Harbor, Cold 132

Harper's Ferry 101, 141

llook.-r, General 89, 93, 95, 109

Hudson, Port .....95, 100

Hunter, General 131, 134

Hunter, William, Acting Secretary. .. 182

Indecision, Despondency 72

Insurrectionary Movements . . - 41

Interests of Humanity Identified 78

Intervention 99

Intrigue, Chicago and Niagara 153

Intrigues, Canadian 164

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Invasion of Loyal States.. .76, 79, 105,

109,139

Invasion of Maryland 109, 139

Invasion of Ohio" 102

Ironclads 71, 82, 86, 87, 98, 108

Ironsides, The S4

Italy, The King of 118

Jackson, Stonewall 60

Johnson, Andrew, President 181

Johnston, General, Death of 53

Keaksarge, The, Victory of 136

Kentucky 52, 82

King of Italy, The 118

Knoxville 53

Lee, General, Surrenders to General

Grant , 181

Lyons, Lord 45, 52

Macon Captured 183

Malvern Hill 145

Manassas, Battle of 42

Maryland Invaded 74, 105

Mason and Slidell 46

Maximilian 124

McClellan, General 50, 60, 64, 70, 74

McClernand, General 89

McDowell, General 56

McPherson, General, Death of 144

Meade, General 96,109

Meigs, General 116

Mercier, Mr 56, 91

Merrimack, The, in Hampton Roads. . 51

Message, President's 117

Mexico, Extraordinary Proceedings, 49, 124

Mill Spring, Battle and Victory. f 47

Mississippi'"River 63, 85, 105, 107, 129

Mitchell, General 82

Mobile Attacked 149, 174

Monitor, The 87

Morgan, John 110

Mosby the Outlaw 157

Motley and General Wadsworth 140

Murf reesboro 88

Napoleon 61, 91

Navv, The 98, 119, 120

Negro Soldiers 107, 113

Newbern, Capture of 50

New Orleans 66, 69, 87

Nineteenth Corps 142

North Carolina 108

Notes on the War 39-185

Ogeechee and General Sherman 165

Ohio, Raid into, Morgan 111

Olustee and General Seymour 120

Operations, Military, Important 68

Opequan Creek and Sheridan 154

Orange Railroad, Sheridan 167, 177

Ord, General, on James River 156

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Parliament, Proceedings on Assas-
sination 182

Parsons, The Philo 160

Pea Ridge, Battle of 52

Peninsula and Potomac 69

Pennsylvania Invaded 74, 77

Petersburg Attacked 134

Petersburg The Siege of 142, 180

Pirate Ships" 137, 148

Political Intrigues, Canada, Chicago.. 152

Pope, General 60

Pope, The, and Jeff. Davis 118

Porter, Admiral 57, 103

Ports Opened 58

Port Hudson 97, 100

President, The, 78, 84, 87, 106, 116, 117, 172
President, The, Confers with Rebels. . 172

President's Terms with Rebels 173

President Confers with General Sher-
man 180

President, The, Assassinated 181

Presidential Election, Results. .41, 119, 152

Press, The, Unreasonable 120, 146, 185

Proclamation of Emancipation 86, 106

Public Credit, The 84, 92, 94, 112, 124

Raid, Enemy's, into Maryland 139

Raid, Morgan's, in Ohio Ill

Rappahannock, Defeat 93, 109

Rebel Conference 171

Rebels Return to United States from

Europe, Passports 185

Recognition no longer feared 120

Recruiting, Volunteers 71

Resume of Operations, Army 100

Reverses 42, lOl", 125, 133, 146

Review of the Situation 100, 146

Revolution, A Counter, Considered. . . 116,

146, 163
Richmond City. ..64, 67, 10S, 132, 162, 177,

180

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Slave Trade Treaty. 52

Slavery. ..48, 52, 78, 81, 113, 116, 162, 166

Slave States Acceding to the Union

112, 161, 169

Slave Property Worthless 118,170

Stanton, Secretary of War, on Assas-
sination 182, 184

States, Confederate 41, 162

Stephens, Alexander II 172

Stoncman, General 110

Soldiers, Colored 121, 162, 166

Soldiers, Union 45, 55

South Mountain, Battle of 74, 80, 101

Sumter, Fort 41

Surrender of General Lee to General

Grant 181

Surrender of General Johnston to Gen-
eral Sherman 183

Surrender of Forces 184

Tallahassee, The Pirate 148

Telegraph, Intercontinental 136

Telegraph, The Atlantic 152

Thomas, General 47, 164, 167

Thomas, General, at Mill Spring. .... 47

Treaty, Slave Trade ~ 52

Trent Affair, The 45

Truce of General Johnston and Sher-
man 183

Union, The 52, 60,77, 100, 116

Union Forces 43, 55, 127

Union Successes 48, 100

Union Losses 128

Vicksbueg 63, 88,97

Victories. ..98, 101, 104, 129, 136, 154, 165,

ISO, 181

Victory, The Final 180

Virginia Campaigns 72

Visit to General Grant 144

Wadsworth, General, his Death..

Wallace, General

War, Foreign, Avoided

War, Hope of Closing

Warren, Gen eral

Washington City Threatened. . .49,

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Adams, Charles Francis 199, 241,

Riots, Draft, in New York 100, 113

Rosecrans, General. .82, 88, 96, 98, 102, 110

Rumors and Speculations 185

Russell, Earl, his View 51

St. Albans Raid 160, 165

Savannah and Sherman 167

Sedgwick, General 109

Sedition Developed 41

Semmes, the Pirate 137

Seven Days' Battles 67

Seward, F. W., Wounded in Defence of

his Father 182

Seward Partially Recovered 185

Sharpsburg, Battle at 101

Sheridan, General. ..129, 148, 150, 157, 161

Sherman, General 87, 88, 120, 127, 135,

151, 167, 170, 1S3

Sigel, General 127, 130, 131, 141

Sixth Corps, Repulses the Enemy.. . . 142
Slaves Emancipated 48, 78, 84, 122, 162

Webster, Daniel, Quoted

Weehawken, The, Captures the At-
lanta

| Wilderness, The, Battles of

| Wilkes, Captain .

Wilson, General

Winchester, Success

Winslow, Captain

Wright, General

108
126
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153
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York and James rivers 108

Yorktown 57

INDEX TO SELECTIONS

FROM DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE. VOL. V.

263, 276 , 230, 286, 289, 293, 313,
320, 337, 349, 390, 425, 446, 452, 475

Affair of the Trent 294-312

Alabama, The 408, 453

Alabama Claims 409, 447, 450-480

Alexandra, The, Case of 383

Alliance of England and France 393

Alliances discussed 395

Arbitration proposed 450-480

Artisans, British, their Sympathy 381

Assassination of the President 425

Assassination (Attempted),of Sewards 425

Austria 310, 311

Austria, its Character 215

Belgium 317

Bigelow, John 422

Bismarck, Count 446

Black's (Secretary) View of the Elec-
tion 189

Black, Jeremiah 189

Blockade, The 283

Blockades, Nature of 192, 283

Brazil 334

British Aggressions 383, 398, 415, 449

British Courts and Juries 384

Buchanan's Ministers, Instructions to. 189

Buchanan, President 189, 201

Burlingame, Anson 213

Cameron, Simon 314, 343

Campbell, Lewis D 470

Canada 280, 332

Cavour, Count 254

Chili 444

Christian People, A 294, 316, 344

Clav, Cassius M 246

Claims, Alabama .409, 450

Cobden, Eichard 315

Communication, A, from France, Re-

272

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Commissioners, Insurgent 260

Commission, Joint 450-481

Comte de Paris 333

Congress, Cabinet and Parliament 443

Congress of Paris. . .192, 269, 278, 286, 292

Conspiracy, Details of 359

Conrad, The 455

Consuls, Circular to 375

Crisis, A 390

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Cruisers, Rebel 405, 408, 452

Dallas, George M 189, 242

Dayton, William L 221, 239, 258,

268, 323, 327, 354, 382

Denmark 237

Despatch, Circular, Announcing Proc-
lamation of Emancipation 345, 375

Despatches to Ministers:

Mr. Adams 199, 241, 260, 263,

276, 280, 286, 289, 313, 320, 337,
349, 355, 364, 368, 370, 390, 446,

468, 475

Mr. Bigelow 422

Mr. Burlingame 213

Mr. Cameron 343

Mr. Campbell 470, 477

Mr. Clay 246

Mr. Davton 221, 239, 258, 268,

323, 327, 354, 357, 365, 368, 371,

376, 382, 399

Mr. Dickinson 262

Mr. Fogg 254, 348

Mr. Johnson 477

Mr. Judd 195

Mr. Kilpatrick 444

Mr. King; 236, 474

Mr. Marsh 252

Mr. Motley 311, 389

Mr. Pike 2&7, 415

Mr. Sanford 197, 316, 317

Mr. Schurz 232

Mr. Webb... 334

Mr. Wood 237, 315

Mr. Wright 446

Despondency Abroad 389, 376

Dickinson, A. B 262

Discussions, Serious 390, 426, 428

Disunion, Nature and Progress of.... 201

Disunion Influences in Europe 217

Drouyn de lTIuys, M.. . .372, 377, 429, 434
Due de Chartres 333

Emancipation.314,336, 345,356, 362, 375

Emperor of France, The 223, 399, 470

England, War with ... 398

England, See " Great Britain"

Evacuation of Mexico by the French.. 470

Faith, not Despondency 316, 376, 389

Faulkner, C. J * .191, 240, 258

Federal Authority Undisturbed 330

Florida, The 454

Fogg, George G 254

Foreign Relations 349

Fort Sumter 222

France 223, 230, 258, 260, 267, 272,

323, 327, 333, 348, 372, 425, 433, 470

France and Mexico 399, 422, 426, 470

French, The, in New Orleans 373

French Views 374, 428

Gasparin, Count de 348

Georgia, The 454

Gladstone, Mr 444

"God Recognized in the War. .316, 344, 366

Great Britain, Attiiude of 209, 213,

242, 276, 284, 339, 390, 398, 449, 459

Great Britain and Naturalization 477

Guerilla Warfare 325

Hayti and Liberia 314

Hicks, Governor, Letter to 279

Higher Law, The 344, 366

Hulseman, The Chevalier 310

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Immigration, Military

Indemnities 387, 415

Independence, An American Passion..

275,
Instructions to Ministers. See ''De-
spatches to Ministers/'
Intervention. . .230, 260, 272, 324, 332,
341, 372', 383, 427',

International Law 294-

Irish, The, and England

Italy

Johnson, Reverdy, Minister to Eng-
land" 477

Joint Commission 450-481

Juarez, President, Mexico 470

Judd, Minister to Austria 195

Kearsarge, The 454

Kilpatrick, Gen. Judson , 444

King, Rufus 236, 474

Laird's Ship Yards 393, 405

Law, International, 294, 300, 452, 268,'280,

385

Law, Maritime 193, 269, 289, 294, 385

Lyons, Lord 295

Marcy, Secretary 193

Maritime Nations at Paris 192

Maritime War, Rules of 192

Marsh, George P 252, 389

Mason and Slidell 294-312

Maximilian 410, 430, 433, 440, 470

Mediation 373

Mercier, Mr 309

Mexico and France 332, 368, 372, 399,

423, 470

Mexico and General Sherman 473

Military Events 360

Monarchy in Mexico 431

J\£onroe Doctrine, The. . .399, 411, 423, 426

Montholon, The Marquis de 426, 428

Motley, J. Lothrop 311

Napoleon, Emperor. See "France."

Napoleon, Jerome 333

Nashville, The 455

Naturalization and England 477

Naturalization and Prussia 446

Navy, The 407

Negro Emigration 416

Netherlands, The 258

New Orleans and the French 373

Nicaragua 262

Paper from England Rejected 2-76

Paris Congress, The 192, 269. 278, 286

Paris Declaration, The .1 yo' 292

Pike, James S. 257

Pirates, Confederate 452

Policy, Union 241, 313, 383

Politics Explained 370, 375

Pope, The '236

President's Policy, The 205, 241, 245

President's Death, The 425

Privateering Considered 192

Proclamation of Emancipation 345, 356,

362, 364, 375
Prussia 445

Queen's Proclamation, The. .260, 265, 283
Questions, Unsettled, Considered 479

Rebellion Commenced 221

Rebel Cruisers 405, 408, 452

Reciprocal Acts '451

Recognition to be Prevented 197, 324

Relations with England .' 199

Religion « # 421

Reservation by Lord Russell 287

Review of the'Situation, 320, 341, 355, 360,

-TM • 389

Review of our Relations with England,

^ , . 452-470

Revolution, Object of 250

Revolution, without Cause 927

5ome "'."'". 236

Russell, Lord John, 242, 265, 270, 2S6, 289,

^ . '405

Russia 246, 343, 382, 404

Sanpord, Henry S 258, 270, 316, 317

San Juan, Island of 430

Schurz, Carl 232

Sedition and Aliens 237 351

Seward, Assistant Secretary '405

Seward, Secretary, Attempted Assas-
sination of 495

Shenandoah, The 454

Sherman, General, and Mexico 473

PAGE

Situation, The 320, 356, 360, 417

Slave Trade Abolished 419

Slavery not under Discussion 208

Slavery Considered.. 225, 313,317, 359, 371

Slavery, Experiment am Cruris 336

Slavery. . .208, 225, 248, 314, 319, 336, 371,

418
Slavery the Cause of War, 247, 336, 362, 371
Slavery, Proclamation, 345, 356, 362, 364,

375

Spain 232, 332

Spanish American States 262

Stanley, Lord, Reply to 452-470

Sumter, The 452

Surratt, John II 474

Switzerland 254

Tacont, The 455

Tariff, The, Influence of the 198, 209

Thouvenel, Mr 240, 258, 309, 359

Trent Affair, The 294-312

"Tributes of the Nations" 425

Tuscaloosa, The 455

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INDEX

TO OCCASIONAL SPEECHES AND MISCELLANEOUS

PAPERS. VOL. V.-

Alaska, Map of 559

Alaska, Speech in 559

Aliens, Rights of, Vindicated 611

Allies of Treason 491

Amendments of Constitution 595

Amendment, The Thirteenth 595

Amendment, The Fourteenth 598

Atlanta, Fall of 491

Baker, George E 616

Blatchford, K. M 540

British Columbia 569

Cabinet Paper, A 606

Cabinet, The 515, 516

Canada Intrigues 498

Canal, The Daricn 571, 591, 605

Canal, Interoceanic 605

Chase, Secretary 525

Chew, R. S....' 616

Chicago and Canada 498, 506

Chicago, London, Richmond 506

Chilton, R. S 616

China and Christians 588

Christian Duty, A 485

Church,, The, and the. Union 612

Claflin, H. B 540

Clergy, The, their Duty 612

Clerks of Department 614

Coleman, William T 589

Colombia, U. S., of. 605

Constitution, Amendments to 595

Consuls and Immigration 611

Cooper, Peter 589

Correspondence with Dr. Thompson.. 613
Correspondence with Officers and

Clerks 614

Correspondence with Governors 596

Cox, S. S 554

Crawford, Martin J 610

Cutting, Francis B 540

Daly, Charles P 540

Darien Canal, The 579, 589

Democratic Party, The 496, 554

Democrats The, at Chicago and Niag-
ara , 498, 506

Department, Clerks. 614

Destiny, The, of America 577, 587

Dickinson, Daniel S 540

Dodo-e, Win. E ;540

Duncan, W.m. B 5.89

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