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Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 6,
265.
Mississippi BlTcr.
Transit of members of Congress across, 13, 29,
97, 98.
Missouri.
Election of Representatives to Confederate Con-
gress, 514, 548, 565, 575, 608.
Representation in Confederate States Senate,

36, 38, 109.
Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5,
2.51, 446.
Missouri Troops.
Payment of State Guard, 633, 672, 673, 679, 700,

721.
Thanks of Congress to troops east of the Missis-
sippi, H, 53, 75, 81.
MItchel, Charles B. (Arkansas).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 23, 36, 71,

72, 133, 142, 152, 194.
Committees:
Conference, 162.

Post-Ofiices and Post-Roads, 10, 25, 130.
Territories, 11.
Death, 260.

Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 6.
Yea and nay votes, 21, 47, 64, 67, 68, 75, 78, 81, 94,
101, 132, 133, 139, 142, 150, 152, 157, 158, 167, 168,
181, 182, 187, 188, 191-193, 1%, 204, 207, 211, 212,
218, 219.
MItchel, John C, 3.59.
.Mitchell, James W., 84, 95.
Mitchell. John K., 121, 144.
Mitchell, L. B., 238,248.
Mitchell, K. <;.. 304, 315.
Mitchell, T. K., 240,248.
Mitchell, W. D., 115, 137.
Mitchell, W. T., 349,391.
Mitchell. William H., 463, 505.
Mittair, W. M., 174,203.
Mlttall, Joseph H., 116, 137.
Mobley. John C, 115, 137.
Moffett, Alexander M., 445.
Moffett, J. G., 240,248.
Moffltt, W. J., 339, 406.
Mohler, E. G., 732, 737.
Moncure, T. J., 87, 165.
Montaifue, Robert L. (Virginia).
Representative in Second Con federate Congress.
Joint ('(inimittee, 36.
Montelro. A., 336, 377.
.Montsromery, James G., 666.
Montijoniery, R., 239, 248.
Moody, A. E., 359, 428.
Moody, D. >'., 41, 43, 56.
Moody, Y. M., 692, 707.
Moore, A. McD., 117, 138.
Moore, A. P., 411, 521.



INDEX.



779



Moore, Alex. B., 84, 95.

Moore, Alexander D., 353.

Moore, C. F., 237,247.

Moore, V. H., 357, 428.

Moore, Daniel, 591, 696, 699.

Moore, Davul, 591, 696, 699.

Moore, Edfvln L., 45.

Moore, J. B., 436,518.

Moore, J. B., 302, 315.

Moore, James B., irth Ga., 279, 284.

Moore, James B., i5//i Term., 302, 315.

Moore, James O. , 122, 145.

Moore, James W. (Kentucky).

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Joint committee, 478.
Moore, John B., 44.
Moore, John K. , 435, 449.
Moore, P. T., 346, 433, 466.
Moore, Robert H., 685.
Moore, Roger, 357, 366, 427.
Moore, T. C, 240, 248, 348, 391.
Moore, Thomas L., 122, 145.
Moore, Virgil V., 83, 95.
Moore, W. R., 412, 472.
Moorman, M. K., 87, 100, 217.
Moorman, S. M., 273.
Moorman, T. E., 117, 138.
Morehead, J. T., 461, 473.
Morflt, Charles M. , 123, 145, 264, 296.
Morflt, Mason, 237, 247.
Morgan, Alex. «., 400, 520.
Morgan, ('. (.;., 303, 603, 626.
Morgan, Charles S., 18, 31.
Morgan, S. E., 621, 632.
Morgan, S. W., 367, 517.
Morgan, Simpson H. (Texas).

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Death, 468.
Morgan, T. S., 240, 248.
Morris, Charles, 625, 683.
Morris, Charles M., 121, 144.
Morris, J, O., 348.
Morris, John D., 707, 708.
Morris, Nathan M., 461.

Morris Island, S. C. Operations, July 10-Sept. 7,
1863.

Report of Gen. G. T. Beauregard transmitted
to Congress, 272.
Morrison, E. M. , 43, 56.
Morrison, H. R., 348, 391.
Morrison, J, S., 89, 165.
Morrison, James J., 492.
Morrow, James L., 310.
Morton, G. H., 587, .599.
Morton, R. C, 160, 165, 394, 513, 594, 599.
Morton, Richard, 394, 513, 594, 599, 625, 632.
Mosby, William H., 546, 554.
Moseley, E. F., 355, 427.
Moseley, Hillery, 570, 577.
Moseley, W. X., 335,377.
Moses, Raphael J., 264, 296.
Moses, Samuel D., 338, 405.
Moss, Janios W., 42, 56.
Moyler, James E,, 20, 29, 123, 146.
Mumford, E. W., 460, 473.
Munch, Louis, 397.
Munford, J. H., 296.



Munitions of War.

Percussion-cap pressing macliine, 629, 634, 651,
670, 686, 697.

Read shell, 152.

Transportation, 571, 573, 574, 607, 660.
Munnerlyn, Charles J., 451, 594, 625.
Munroe, William, 422, 451.
Murchison, R., 439.
Murdaugh, John W., 122, 145.
Murdaugh, William H., 121, 144.
Murdoch, R., 336, 377.
Muriiland, J. M., 239, 248.
Murphree, J. K., 237, 248.
Murpliy, A. S., 335,377.
Murphy, N. W., 225, 240.
Murphy, R. D., 348, 391.
Murphy, Z, T., 336, 377.
Murr.iy, James H., 411, 603.
Murray, Jos. J., 460, 473.
Murray, W. P. A., 94, 100.
Murray, William H., 338, 405.
Murriiy, William W., 463, 505.
Murrell, B. F., 350, 392.
Myer, F. F., 240, 248.
Myers, A., 511.
Myers, D. E., 731.
Myers, E. T. D., 409, 503.
Myers, F. M., 666, 674.
Myers, Franlilin M., 621, 632.
Myers, Henry, 198, 217.
Myers, Julian, 121, 144.
Myers, M., 347,391.
Myers, Robert P. , 463, 504.
Nail, Duke, 363, 391.
Nance, James D., 353:
Nash, Edwin A., 357, 427, 461.
Nash, Frederlclc, Jr., 18, 31.
Nash, James H.

Secretary of the Senate, 6, 169, 224, 489, 497, 681,
690.
Nash, John W., 174, 203.
Nash, Jos. Van H., 84.
Nash, Theophllus, 321, 329.
Naturalization.

Repeal of laws, 37.
Naval Constructors.

Appointment authorized, 372, 390, 463, 470, 480.
Naval School.

Rank and pay of profes.sors, 340, 372.

Removal from Richmond, Va., 631, 640, 641, 653,
682, 702.
Navy, Volunteer. See Navy of the Confederate

States.
Navy Department.

Appropriations. See Appropriations.

Number of men required to discharge duties
pertaining to, 485, 568.

Restriction of operations, 295, 373.

Secretary. See Mallory, S. R.

Transfer of funds, 477, 478, 486, 500, 510.
Navy of tlie Confederate States.

Acting midshipmen, 372, 390, 402, 453, 470, 480,
488-490, 498, 499, 594, 607, 629.

Assistant paymasters, 559, 560, 633, 642, 663.

Bounty, 25, 63, 153, 167, 191, 266, 290, 295, 299.

Clothing, 153, 154, 163, 167, 206, 329, 341, 344, 363,
415, 443, 447, 452, 456, 470, 480, 485.



780



INDEX.



Jiavjr of the Confederate States — Continued.
Compensation of officers, 314, 322, 372, 476, 480,

486, 559, 560.
Grades? of officers, 12.
Instructons for acting midshipmen, 372, 390, 4.53.

470, 480.
Invalid Corps, 25, 69, 96, 99, 153, 167, 191, 274,

475, 477, 479, 500, 508, 641, 649, 677, 709.
Naval constructors, 372, .390, 453, 470, 480.
Nominations and confirmation.s, 28, 29, 65, 67,
77, 120-124, 144-146, 176, 201. 202, 212, 263-265,
280, 287, 296, 360, 364, 408, 440, 441, 454, 458,
459, 536, 537, 545.
Pay of, 314, 322, 340, 470, 476, 480, 486, 559, 560.
582, 683, 600, 603, 633, 642, 663, 678, 688, 690,
697, 712, 736, 742.
Provi.sional, 130, 231, 243, 246, 372, 390, 453, 471),

480, 559, 560, 633, 642, 663.
Rations for officers, 148, 287, 322.
Storekeepers, 296, 307, 485, 495, 641, 642, 077, 709.
Traveling expenses of officers. 25, 63, 76, 81, 82,

128, 131, 149, 155.
Volunteer, 99, 102, 231, 243, 246.
See also Gunboats.
Negroes.
Employnient as soldiers, 257-2.59, 526, 528, 543,
.550, 567, 569, 572, .573, 676, 681, .585, 670, 671, 704,
726-731.
Employment as teamsters, laborers, etc., in
Army, 257-2-59, 282, 288, 292, 295, 297, 310, 315,
326, 330, 331, 333, 341, 342, 378, .506, 507, 512,
517, 519, .520, .522, .521, .525, .5J0-.542, 568, .579,
607, 629.
Impressment for \vf)rk on railroads. 270, 518.
Neill, G. F., .57, 62.
Neill, J. D., 116, 138.
Nellsoii, John J., 278, •284.
»lson, A. M., 461,473.
Nelson, Patrick II., 279.
.Nelson, S. >V., 491.
Nelson, W., 012, 626.
Nelson, W. ('., 199, 217.
Nelson, W. F., 4:«, 449.
Nesl)Ut, Mies, 302, 315.
Nethercutt, .John H.. .■!.'>3. 3.=.5, 427.
Nevill, J. v., 399.
Newherry, S. H., 173,203.
Ncweonili, T. S., 89, 165.
Newman, K. M., 303,321.
Newspapers.
Exchange with England and France, 158.
Exemption of editors and employees from mili-
tary service, 24, 63, 97, 119, 16s. 169.
Payment for publi-shing debates, etc., 222.
Postage free to soldiers, 321 . 332, 462, 470, 4%, 497,

502, 608.
Publication of information of army .'ind navy
operations, 60.
Newton, Tlionias W., 18, 31.
Newton, William W., 337, 406.
NIehol, Hra<lfi>nl, 109, 217.
Nicholas, Sidneys.. 122, 145.
Ni' liolson, K. !•:., 397, 429.
Nicholson. M. .1., 463, .505.
Niemcyer. MlUIani F., 3.56.
Niles, S. D. G., 338, 405.



NIshet, Reuben B., 397.
Niter and Mining Bureau.

Establishment, 133, 140, 1.50, 1.54, 172, 189, 209.
N'ocquet, Jiinies, 409.
Nolaud, B. P., 693.
Noland, «. S., 530, 536.
Noland, Lewis B., 348, 391.
Noland, R. W. N., 732, 737.
Nominations and Confirniations.
Civil, 57, 58, 62, 66, 67, 73, 78, 89, 111, 112, 128, 137,
201, 212, 213, 280, 281, 284, 364, 365, 402, 403, 441,
464, 473, 474, 483, 501, 525, 570, .577, 588, 592, 599,
605, 615, 616, 655, 707, 708, 714.
Military, 16-20, 26-28, 31, 38-45, 48, 49, 51, 52, 56-58,
62, 65-68, 72, 73, 78, 82-89, 91-96, 100, 110-118,
121-128, 134-138, 143, 144, 146, 1.51, 159, 160, 165,
166, 172-180, 198-201, 203, 213-218, 225-227, 235-
243, 247-249, 265, 272-280, 284, 289, 292, 296, 301-
306, 308-310, 315, 317-321, 324-326, 328, 329, 335-
340, 34.5-360, 365-371, 377, 3as, 389, 391-100, 403-
406, 408-415, 419-425. 427-430, 432-440, 448^.52,
4.54, 459-464, 466, 472, 473, 483-185, 491^94, 503-
505, 510, 511, 513, 514, 517, 518, 520, 521, 529-533,
535-.539, 545-M8, 553, 554, 5.57-559, 563-565, 569,
570, 576-578, .581, 582. 58.5-^588, .592-594, 598-600,
603-606, 611-615, 620-026, 632, 633, 654-657, 665-
667, 674, 675, 683-685, 692-695, 707, 714-717, 719.
731-734, 737-739, 743.
Navy and Marine Corps, 20, 28, 29. 65-68, 77, 110,
111, 120-124, 128, 144-146, 176, 201-203, 212, 263-
265, 280, 287, 29(5, 360, 364, 408, 440, 441, 454, 458,
4.59, 536, .537, 545.
Norment, G. M., 461, 473, 611, 626.
Norrls, James T., 348, 391.
Norrls. John S., 30.5,31.5.
Norrls, S. P.. 126,137.
North Carolina.
Claims against Confederacy, 488, 499, 509, 533,

685, 687, 701, 724.
Conspiracy in, 263.
E.stablishraent of arsenal in valley of Deep

River, .573, .590. 601, 618. 600,
Governor of, at Augusta Conference, 260.
Interest due Cherokee Indians in, 14. 24, 63, 288,

389, 4.53, 470. 480.
Legislative proceedings, 181, 477, 515, 643.
Memorial of Society of Friends. 288.
Military court in western, 629, 634, 643.
Petition of banks, 15.

Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 6,
251.
North Carolina Troops.
Thanks of Congress to 34lli and 38th Infantry,
22. 24, 4S, .53.
Norwood, A. S., 92, 95.
Norwood, Isaiah T., 353.
Norwood, J. J., 88, 165.
Norwood. William. 389. 520.
vNotrehe, R. F., 02;?, 632.
Nott, H. J., 117. 138.
Nott. T. K., no. 138.
Xoyes, A. B.. 239, 24S.
Nugent, R. J., 237, 247, 437, 451.
Nunnelee, L. T., 112, 137.
Oales, W. C, 45, 66, 586, 598.
O'Brien. K. J., 126, 137.



INDEX.



781



O'Brien, J., 339, 406.

Ocean Pond, Fla. En^asrement, Feb. 20, 1864.

Thanks of Congress to General Finegan, etc.,

13, 34, 48, 51.
Odom, Charles J., 349.
O'Ferrall, ('. T., 12.5, 137.
Office of Deposit.
Establishment in Treasury Department, 467, 474,

485, 490, 506, 560, 571, .595, 605.
Officers.
Acting midshipmen, 372, 390, 402, 4-53, 470, 488-

490, 498, 499, 594, 607, 629.
Artillery, for ordnance duty, 36, 80, 128, 149, 169,

181, 182, 194, 205, 206, 222.
Assimilated rank between Army and Navy,

734, 740.
Assistant paymasters, Navy, .559, 560, 633, 642, 663.
Chaplains, 69, 97, 119, 141, 446.
Clothing, 45, 69, 148, 152, 167, 205, 288, 329, 341, 344,

363, 404, 405, 415, 443, 447, 449, 4.50, 4.52, 456, 470,

480, 485.
Commissaries and quartermasters, 99, 119, 133,

231,233,245,247,443, 495, .512, 513, .516, .588, 590,

600, 603, 628, 688-690, 710.
Commis-saries for cavalry regiments, 58, 61, 62,

76,90.
Commissary-General, 490, 495, 496, 541, 549, 555.
Compen.sation or promotion of naval, 314, 322,

476, 480, 486.
Directing general or general in chief, armies of

the Confederate States, 432, 443, 446, 448, 4.50,

453, 454, 457, 4-58, 477, 478, 482, 486.
Engineer Corps, 415, 469, 495, 600, 607, 652.
Ensigns, 34, 37, 97, 119, 141.
General, 50, 51, 61, 64, 74, 79, 90, 94, 109, 110, 120, 129,

131,147,162,172, 206, 219, 222,502,699,712,721.
General staff, 9, 12, 34, 50, 60, 105-109, 129, 153, 162,

163, 220, 244-246, 477, 495, 540, 588, 590, 595, 616,

617, 6.59, 667, 686, 708, 712.
Grades in Navy, 12.

Incompetent or di.sabled relieved, 68, 69, 153.
Increase of rank for adjutants, 293, 310, 313, 340,

361, 494.
Leaves of absence for sick and wounded, 633,

649, 677, 709.
Limitation of appointments. 102, 129, 130, 243,

245, 247, 425, 431, 4.56.
Memorial of, Anderson's brigade, 153.
Memorial of. First Army Corps, 1-53.
Military storekeepers, 36, 80, 128, 149, 155, 41.5, 518,

549.
Mode of filling vacancies, 629, 670, 709.
Naval storekeepers, 296, 307, 48-5, 495.
Pay and mileage traveling under orders. 719,

734, 736, 739.
Promotion for distinguished valor and skill,

627, 633, 677, 709.
Punishment for drunkenness, 291, 391, 401.
Quartermaster-General, 153, 1.54, 162, 170, 221
Rations, 11, 12, 14, 29, 45, 69, 148, 1-52, 167,205,287

322.
Staff for general at seat of government, 29, 147.

220, 457.
Status of, appointed under Provisional and not

reappointed under PermaneutGovernment,

166, 203.



Officers— Continued.
Supernumerary, 102, 129, 130, 243, 245, 247, 425, 430,

431, 456, 548.
Temporary rank, 133, 154, 208, 219, 220, 568, 574,

616, 627, 633, 642, 680, 681, 687, 688, 696, 697.
Transportation and hospital accommodations
for sick and wounded, 180, 1S2, 194, 206,209,
293, .527, .551, 565, 575, 608, 633, 649, 677, 709.
Traveling expenses and transportation, 25, 63,
76, 81, 82, 128, 131, 149, 1.55, 293, 311, 415, 430, 4.56,
498, 499.
Vacation of commissions of general, field, and
staff without commands, 14, 628.
Ogden, A. >'., 438, 449.
Ogden, E. S., 126, 137.
Ogden, Heury D., 707, 708.
O'Hea, R. A., 89, 16.5.
Old, t'iiarles, 352,391.
Oldham, Williamson S. (Texas).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 34, 54,72
74,138,187,417,431,467, 487, .543, 545, 557, 609.
638-640, 649, 678, 736.
Committees:
Claims, 695.

Commerce, 10, 50, 70, 73, 74, 161,183, 515,708
Conference, 208, 490, 542, 652.
Finance, 512, 606.
Indian Affairs, 10.
Joint, 416.

Judiciary, 719, 720, 740.
Post-Offices and Post-Roads, 10, 696, 744.
Special, 487. 741.
Leave of absence, 646.
Petitions, papers, etc., presented by, 506.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress 5, 403.
Yea and nay votes, 21, 31, 47, 64, 67, 68, 75, 78, 101,
139, 142, 152, 1.57, 1.58, 167, 168, 181, 182, 187, 188,
191-193, 195, 196, 204,207,211,212,219,220,228,
229, 408, 445-417, 457, 4.58,490,498-500,502,503,
509, 513, 524, 528, 535, 540, 541, 544, 552, 553, 556-
558, .562, .563, 567, 569, 577, 580, 585,589,591,598,
602, 609-611, 618, 634,636,638,640,641,646,647,
650,653,6.58,663, 669, 671, 673,688,696,718,720,
721,72)-72.5,734,742.
Oliver, Charles B., 122, 145.
Oliver, John, 348, 391.
Oliver, S. C, 337, 405.
Oliver, S. L., 1.59, 166.
Oliver, S. W., 411, 603
O'Xeal, George H., 122, 145.
O'Xeill, John, 354, 427.
Ord, Edward 0. C, 706.
Ordnance Department.
.\rtillery ofiicers for ordnance duty, 36, 80, 128,

1!9, 169, 181, 182, 194, 205, 206, 222.
Authority to manufacture alcohol, 581, 595
Compensation to female employees, 290, 426
442, 453, 465, 518, 519, 526, 544.
Orgaln, tieorge C, 237, 247.
Orme, Henry S.. 463. .505.
Orme, Richard, 436, 504.
Orr, J. A., 21-5.

Orr, James L. (South Carolina).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 12, 14, 26,
35, 46, 55, 82, 103, 110, 130, 143, 148, 156, 171, 183.
186, 187, 190, 207, 222, 261, 266-268, 270, 281, 282,



782



INDEX.



Orr, James L. — Continued.
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by — Cont'd.
291, 294, 301, 312, 313, 326, 333, 334, 341, 364, 380,
381, 384, 385, 387, 513, 544, 549, 555, 561-563, 578,
581, 589, 590, 609, 610, 628, 631, 637, 638, 674, 678,
710, 722, 725.
Committees:
Conference, 595, 628, 635, 659, 660, 672.
Finance, 512, 643.

Foreign Relations, 10, 73, 138, 298, 340, 679.
Joint, 299.
Printing, 11.
Rules, 45.

Special, 33, 156, 633, 707, 726.
Leave of absence, 383.
Petitions, papers, etc., presented by, 12, 74, 313,

340.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 251.
Yea and nay votes, 21, 31, 47, 64, 67, 68, 75,78, 81,
94,101, 132, 133, 139, 142, 1.50, 153,157,1.58,167,
168, 181, 182, 187, 188, 191, 192, 195, 196, 204, 205,
208, 211, 212, 218-220, 286, 307, 323, 330, 340, 361,
362, 381, 382, 384, 385, 387, 513, 520, 524, 528, 535,
540, .541, 544, 552, 553, 556-558, 561-563, 567, 569,
580, 585, 589, 591, .598, 601, 602, 609-611, 618, 634,
638, 640, 641, 646, 647, 650, 6.53, 658, 663, 669, 671,
673, 687, 688, 696, 710, 711, 718, 720, 721, 723-725,
734.
Orton, George W,, 124, 137.
ONborne, G. G., jr., 338, 405.
ONborne, N. M., 413, 473, 614, 626.
Otey, John M,, 216, 217.
Otey, K., 438, 449, 586, 598.
Ould, Robert.

Action on report of, 262.
Overton, W. A., 348,391.
Onen. I). J., 462, 504.
Owen, J. J., 11.5, 137.
Owen, Thomas H., 586, 598.
Onen, >V. M., 612, 626.
Owens, C. D., 336,377.
Owens, James B., 435, 449.
Owens, niUlam A., 461.
Winers, >'., 484, 505.
Packard, Joseph, Jr., 413,"473.
Page, James.

Doorkeeper of Senate, 6. 274.
Page, R. I'. M., 86, 100,217.
Page. Richard L., 19, 203.
Page, Thomas J., 121, 144.
Page, William M., 123, 145.
Paisley, Hughs., 20, 29, 123, 146.
Palfrey, William, 18, 31, 438.
Palmer, F. B., 666, 674.
Palmer, J. B., 319, 325.
Palmer, J. I'., 84.
Palmer, Joseph, 235, 248.
Palmer, William H., 18, 31.
Pardue, L. B., 43, 56.
Park, W. K., 40, 49.
Parker, A., 684,732,737.
Parker, C. M., 123,14.5.
Parker, Francis S., 41,89.
Parker, W. A., 199,217.
Parker, W. T., 117,138,
Parker, W. W., 612,626.
Parker, William U., 121,144.



Parmalee, i'. H., 369,517.
Parr, L. J., 45.
Parramore, H. J., 336,377.
Parrlsh, J. T., 18,31.
Parrish, Robert L., 84, 95.
Parrott, Joslah R., 436.
Parsons, John D., 337,406.
Partin, ('. P., 318,328.
Partlow, J. M., 358,428.
Passports.

Members of Congress, 13, 14, 49, .53, 75, 81.
Pate, H. (lay, 353, 355.
Pate, John H., 44,358.
Patent Office.

Action of Congress on report of Commissioner,
494, 659.

Salary of Commissioner, 171.
Patrick, Alf. S., 4,59,473.
Patterson, D. R., 349,391.
Patterson, James H., Ill, 128.
Patterson, Thomas H.. 43,4.5,66,357.
Pattlson, H. A., 369,553.
Patton, A. H., 348.
Patton, John, 3.50,392.
Patton, John D., 460,473.
Patton, Thomas F., 236,248.
Patton, William S., 42.
Patton. Y. S., 436,504.
Paxton, A. M., 237,247.
Paxton. ('. H., 546.
Pay and Mileage. See Compensation.
Payne, E. C, 367,517.
Payne, J. M., 413,472.
Payne, John A., 122, 145.
Payne, R. X., 354, 427.
Payne, W. H., 346, 360, 461, 466.
Payne i Co., 431, 637, 6.50, 677, 709.
Peace Conference, Feb. 3, 1865.

Correspondence and report of commissioners,
523, 525, .526.

Messages of the President, 525, 705, 706, 712.

Sense of Congress, 601, 679, 686, 712, 724.
Peace Propositions, 143, 164, 197, 211, 212, 269, 284,

523.
Pearce, J. W., 395, 513, 594, 599.
Pearcy, Jacob W., .585.
Pearl, E. (i., 369, .517.
Pearl, John M., 122, 145.
Pearre, Charles B., 235, 248.
Pearson, Charles G., 202, 212, 264.
Pearson, James M., 122, 145.
Pearson, John A., 264, 287.
Peatross, R. O., 318,328.
Peatross, B. W., 88,16.5.
Peck, Frederick, 20, 29, 123, 146.
Peck, W. R., 593.
Peebles, J. E., 238, 248.
Peel, A. L. , 348.
Peets, G. H., 339, 406.
Pegram, Robert B., 121, 144.
Pegram, W. J., 86, 100, 217, 612, 626.
Pelllcer, A. D., 420.
Pelot, Thomas P., 121, 144.
Pender, D., 238, 248.
Penny, George A., 338, 405.
Pensions.

Continuance of United States, 21, 25, 60.



INDEX.



783



Pepper, John G., 337, 405.
Percy, J. R., 339, 406.
Percy, William A., 531, 536.
Perkins, F. H., 530, 536.
Perkins, James B,, 89, 165, 352, 427.
Perkins, John, Jr. (Louisiana).
Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:

Conference, 162, 541.

Joint, 469.
Peronnean, William H., 438.
Perrault, E. J., 349, 392.
Perrln, Kdward B., 115, 137.
Perrln, W. K., 538, 553.
Perry, A. M., 399.
Perry, B. F,, 483, 501.
Perry, JohnM., 28,48.
Perry, Roderick, 348, 391.
Perry, William F., 3.54, 356, 427, 622, 623, 733.
Petersburg, Va.
Compensation of Government employees, 641,

648, 659, 668, 677, 686, 700, 709, 712, 724.
Peterson, John P., 463, 505.
Pettns, E. W.,jr., 19, 31.
Peyton, Charles S. , 438.
Peyton, H. E., 414, 536.
Peyton, T. Jeff., 265, 328.
Pflager, H. W., 237,248.
Pfohl, W. J., 493.
Pharr, H. >'., 88, 165.
Phelan, James, 27, 165.
Phifer, George, 178, 203.
Philips, F., 84,96.
Philips, Fred., 717, 719.
Philips, Z. A., 368, 517.
Phillips, Alexander H., jr., 302.
Phillips, C, 656, 674.
Phillips, Jefferson C, 42, 56, 92.
Phillips, John L., 122, 145.
Phillips, William S., 43, 56, 424.
Phipps, J. 51., 238, 248.
Phipps, Richard W. , 43, 56, 353, 355, 427.
Phoenix, Steamer, 534.
Pickett, George B., 40, 49, 409.
Pickett, R. 0.,398, 448.
Pickett, W. D.,18, 31.
Pickett's Division.

Memorial of adjutants, 313.
Picolet, A., 359, 428.
Pierce, Thomas W., Artillery, 198, 217.
Pierce, Thomas W., ^ss<. .Sur3.,338, 406.
Pierce, W. J., 117, 138.
Pierson, W. S.,117, 138.
Piggott, W. McU., 336, 377.
Pike, W. L.,348.
Plllans, William P., 83, 95.
Plnckard, Thomas C, 413, 473.
PInckard, William E., 200, 217.
Plnckney, C. ('., 198, 217.
Pinkhard, H. M., 338, 406.
Pinkney, Robert F., 121, 144.
Plttman, T. E., 349, 392.
Pitts, Fountain E., 354.
Pitts, M. JI., 117, 138.
Plaster, G. E.,397, 429.
Player, Samuel T., 353.
Pleasants. James, 319, 328.



Plummer, Henry, 116, 137.

Plymouth, >. 0. Capture, April 17-20, 1864.

Thanks of Congress to Major-General Hoke and
Commander Cooke, etc., 12, 34, 48, 51.
Poague, W. T., 86, 100, 217.
Poe, Ed. M.,85, 96.
Poellnitz, B. B., 116, 138.
Poindexter, (ieorge, 175, 203.
Points, Leonidas, 198, 217.
Polignac, C. J., 225, 227, 240.
Pollard, Austin, 27, 165.
Pollard, Charles T., jr., 19, 31, 175, 203, 347.
Pollock, W. Warder, 121, 144.
Pope, A. F. , 28, 48.
Pope, Boiling A., 116, 137.
Pope, Joseph Dan, 57, 62.
Porcher, Julius T., 227.
Porteous, John F., 198, 217.
Porter, J. E., 360, 603, 616, 620, 632.
Porter, Lewis, 329, 519.
Porter, Mitchell T., 3.56.
Porter, Robert D., 463, .504.
Porter, Thomas K., 121, 144.
Posey, Carnot, 41.
Postage.

Free on new.spapers to soldiers, 321, 332, 4.52, 470,
496, 497, 502, .508.

Mall to Senators paid from contingent fund, 476.

Prepayment, 326, 327, 362, 380, 426.

Purchase of United States stamps, 691, 696, 712,
724.
Postell, John, 369, 553.
Postmaster-General. See Reagan, John H.
Postmasters.

Compensation, 298, 329, 342, 363, 379, 454, 470, 480.

Relief for, 648, 658, 680, 709.

Removal of certain, 654, 744.
Post-Offlce Department.

Appropriations. See Appropriations.

Carriage of mails, 293, 331, 343, 363, 380, 419, 465,
494, 506, 526.

Nominations and confirmations. 111, 112, 137,
364, 365, 402, 403, 441, 464, 473, 474, 570, 577, 588,
599, 615, 616.

Number of men required to discharge duties
pertaining to, 485, 568.

Postmaster-General. See Reagan, John H.

Route agents, 287, 298, 329, 342, 363, 379, 454, 470,
480.

Special agents, 287, 298, 329, 342, 363, 379, 454, 470,
480.
Post Routes. See Mail Service.
Powell, E., 237, 247.
Powell, J. R., 399,448.
Powell, Robert C, 123, 145.
Powell, T. F., 3.51.
Power, J. L., 350.
Power, Low & Co. , 512, 522, 571.
Prather, John S. , 538, 553.
Pratt, Henry, 159, 166.
Pratt, J. H., 87, 100, 217.
President of the Confederate States.

Constitutional powers, 488, 489.

Salary, 170, 227.
See also Davis, Jefferson .
President of the United States. See Lincoln,
Abraham,



784



INDEX.



Press Association of the Confederate States, 61, 80,
81, 90.
See also Associated Press, etc.
Pressley, J. L., 3.%, 377.
Presstman, S. W., 88, 165.
Preston, John M., 172, 203.
Preston, John S., 214, 216.
Prewitt, R. G., 438, 449.
Price, John R., 122, 115.
Price, Joseph, 122, 145, 263, 287.
Price, T. R., jr., 40,49.
Price, W. R., 368, 517.
Price, William J., 365, 403.
Primrose, J. W., 615, 626.
Prince, J. B., 413,473.
Prince, T. McC, 424, 473.
Pringle, J. R., 438, 449.
Pringle, M. A., 237,247.
Printz, W. D., 89, 165.
Prisoners, Political.

Supplies for, 290, 311, 314, 329, 330.
Prisoners of War.
Commissioners for exchange of, 282, 285, 455,

465, 478, 500, 508.
Condition and treatment, 430, 443, 469. 479, 501,
510, 514, 522, 617, 627, 635, 672, 675, 676, 678, 679,
719, 734, 735, 739.
Joint investigating committee, 469, 479.
Messages of the President, 8, 9, 2.57.
Organization of commands from, 267, 289, 301.
Payment, 467, 479, 588, 595, 619, 628, 634, 660, 670.

682, 687, 697.
Provision for returned, 606, 609, 610,629,642,663.
Rations for, 267, 317, 343.
Refund of Treasury notes, 682.
Resolution regarding treatment, 514.
Retaliation, .501, 503, .507, 510, 520, 545.
Tobacco for, 207, 276.



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