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Disposition of specie belonging to, 589, 617, 725,
735, 739.

Exemption of officers from militarj' service,
269, 299, 300, 307, 312, 316, 327, 330, 467, 527.

Records of troops, 23, 60, 96, 119, 141.

Re.strictions upon imports and exports by, 268,
294, 299, 311-314.

Securities of the Confederacy lield by, 204.

Slave labor, 571, 616, 619, 642, 663.
Staunton Klver Bridge, Ta. Enengement, June
25, 18(54.

Report of, transmitted to Congress. 272.
Steamboats.

Exemption of officers from military-service, 96,
119.
Steede, A. C, 421, 451.
Steedman, John M., 353, 3.56, 427.
Steele, W. T., 44, 56.
Steever, (J. «., .502, 583.
Steger, J. C. W., 335, 377.
Stephens, Alexander H.

Member of Peace Conference, 525.

President of the Senate, 312, 386.

Vice-President of the Confederate States, 312.
Stephens, V. (;., 117, 138.
Stephens, John L., 347, 391.
Stephens, M. D. L., 215, 216.
Stephenson, J., 411, 603.
Steuart, (ieor;fe H., 66, 303.
Steuart, William J., 19, 31, 303.
Stevens, Clement H., 42.
Stevens, H. H., 199, 217.
Stevens, J. .M., 395, 565.
Stevens, J. B., 44.
Stevens, Jacob U., 226, 240.
Stevens, W. II., 346, 411, 466.
Stevens, William S., 463, 505.
Stevenson, J. M., 393, 428.
Stewart, A. P., 350, 581.
Stewart, C. II., 4.5, 57.
Stewart, J. W., 199, 217.
Stewart, James M., 412.
Stewart, Joseph .4., 43.
Stewart, \\ . II., 178, 35^.
Stewart. William H., 358, 427.
Stiles, B. K., 43, 44, 56.
Stiles, B. A., 393, 448.
Stiles, B. M., 655, 674.
Stiles, Bandolph B.. 280, '287.
Stiles, Bobert A., 320. 4,50.
Stiles. William II., sr., 461.
Stitt, W. K., .S5, 96.
Stoakley, William S., 123, 145.
Stockton, E. Cautey, 122, 145.



Stokes, William, 200, 216.
Stone, C. B., 339, 406.
Stone, Sardine ti., 121, 144.
Stone, T. H. C, 531, 536.
Stone, Thomas 0., 356.
Stoney, (jeorge M., 125, 137.
Stoney, J. D., 367, 392.
Stoney, John S., 336, 377.
Storekeepers.

Military, 36, 80, 128, 149, 155, 415, 518, 549.

Naval, 296, 307, 485, 495, 641, 642, 677, 709.
Stout, John B., 239, 248.
Stovall, B. A., 395, 513, 594, 599.
Stovall, 0. G., 339, 406.
Stovall, W. B., 91.
Stowe, S. ]N., 302, 315.
Stowe, William A., 42, 56.
Strange, Bobert, 65, 66, 89.
Straton, William. 279.
Strawbrldge, Georire E.. 434, 439, 449.
Street, W. B. , 235, 248.
Strlbling, Bobert M., S6, 100, 217, 612, 626.
Strlekland, Bussell U., 348.
StrlHL'fellow. F., .547, 577.
Strong, M. L., 367, .517.
Strother, John M., 369, 517.
Strother, W. A., 117,138.
Strndwifk, E., 338,405.
Strudwick, J. W., 338,405.
Stuart, J. E. B.

Funeral, 35.
Stuart, W. D., 40,49.
Stubbs, ('. F., 240, 248.
Stubbs, Frank P., 281,284.
Stubbs, J. X., 136,166.
Sturdlvant, X. A., 612,626.
Sturgeon, J. ('., 396,429.
Sublett, Daniel W., 28,48.
Subsistenee. See Provisiwts.
Sugc, ('. A., 200,216.
Sugirs, J. W., 116, 138.
Sulivane. Clement, 389, .520.
Sully. B. .11., 87,165.
Summers. Jacob W., -463,504.
Sumner, A. (J., 239,248.
Sumner, U. J., 239,248.
Surget, E., 414,5;}6.
Sussdorff, (iustavus E., 265,287.
Sutherland. A., 464,474.
Sutherland, Jack, 348,391.
Sutherland, S. F., 399,448.
Sutherland, William H., 613.
Sutton, Stark A., 85,96.
Swann, Samuel A., 358,428.
Swann. William JI., 336,377.
Swanson, W. dJ., 125,137.
Swearlnireu, Patrick B.. 392.
Swealman. Uavid L., 124,137.
Swlnney. J. W.. 318,328.
Sydnor, John B., 226,240.
Sykes, Aug. I., 349.
Sykes, t'., 42,44,56.
Sykes, E. O., 176,177,203.
Sykes, James, 550,551,572,580,603,606.
Sykes, James W., 550, .'>51, 572, 580, 603, 606.
Sykes, William E., 422.
Taggart, W. M., 339, 406.



INDEX.



791



Talblrd, Henry, 177.
Talcott, T. M. K., 87, 1G5.
Taliaferro, Addison, 348.
Taliaferro, John, 530, 536.
TrJlaferro, T. S., 370, 428. .

Taliaferro, William T., 304.
Tallbott, John P., 463, 504.
Talley, B. P., 278.
Tannehlll, J.T., 84, 95.
Tanner, W. E., 398, 448.
Tapp, W. D., 238, 248.
Tariff. See Customs Duties.
Tate, W. M,, 239,248.
Tatoiu, J. S., 667.
Taxes.
Amendment of tax laws, 146, 148, 149, 163, 168,
170, 184, 185, 187-193, 204, 208, 220, 228, 229,
234, 243, 246.
Assessment and collection, 46, 132, 204-206, 209,
261, 275, 282, 285, 297, 465, 474, 478, 500, 501,
508, 579, 596, 608, 641, 648, 649, 667, 686, 700,
724.
Establishment of oflice of commissioners, 406,

417.
Exemption of bonds and Treasury notes, 12,

288, 290.
Extension of time for payment by nonresi-
dents, 344, 373.
For support of Government, 13, 21, 37, 204, 243,
539, 599, 606, 620, 629-631, 637-640, 643-647, 651,
660-663, 680, 709
Improper construction of laws, 343, 361, 378,415,

419.
Incorporated companies, 65.
Old issue of Treasury notes, 191, 192.
Payment in bonds and certificates, 15, 47, 260,
261, 291, 294, 297, 310, 407, 417, 418, 426, 430,
575, 596, 608.
Penalty for failure to deliver tax in kind, 29,

312, 332, 342, 575, 596, 608.
Railroads, 21, 34, 50, 64, 76.
Reduction, 15, 21, 34.

Relief from payment, 34, 79, 168, 182, 193, 204-
206, 209, 265, 266, 291, 331, 446, 605, 657, 658,
671, 676, 679, 700, 724.
Tax in kind, 29, 34, 46, 132, 204-206, 209, 261, 275,
285, 293, 297, 299, 311, 312, 332, 342, 363, 441, 445,
575, 579, 596, 608, 641, 648, 649, 667, 685, 686, 700,
701, 724.
Unauthorized payments, 293, 311.
Tayloe, (J. E., 855, 427.
Tayloe, J. W., 178,203.
Tayloe, L., 178.
Taylor, B., 438, 449.
Taylor, Charles S., 717, 719.
Taylor, E., 237, 247.
Taylor, George E., 238, 248.
Taylor, James H., 437, 449.
Taylor, John D., 393, 428.
Taylor, John K., 364, 403.
Taylor, K., 86, 96.
Taylor, M. P., 624, 625, 632.
Taylor, i\at A., 83.
Taylor, R. K., 174, 203.
Taylor, B. S., 302,315.
Taylor, Richard, Lieut. Qen.
Appointment, 38, 49.



Taylor, Birhard, Lieut. (Je?!.— Continued.

Mentioned, 243, 694.

Thanks of Congress, 139, 141, 183, 206, 209.
Taylor, Bichard, Navy, 122, 145.
Taylor, T. J., 117, 138.
Taylor, William A., 392, 428.
Taylor, William A. S., 83, 95.
Taylor, William H., Surg., 336,377.
Taylor, William H., 12th Miss., 42.
Tehhs, William H., 302.
Telegraph Companies.

Exemption of employees from military service,
261 , 300, 467, 527.
Telegraph Lines.

Control and management, 571, 573, 574, 607.
Telfair, David A., 122, 145.
Temple, B. H., 394, 513, 594, 599.
Tennant, William, 370, 553.
Tennessee.

Claims against the Confederacy, 619, 659, 664
700, 724.

Conspiracy in, 263.

Election ofT^ejrosentatives to Congress, 64, 9S,
99, 104, 140, 166.

Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 251,
265.
Tennessee, Army of.

Correspondence relating to operations of, under
Johnston, transmitted to Congress, 620, 740.

Expenses for carrying election returns from, 478.

Hood's report of operations, transmitted to
Congress, 582, 664, 740.

Proposed assignment of General Johnston to
command, 458, 477, 478, 482.

Johnston's report of operations, transmitted to
Congress, 432, 573.
Tennessee Troops.

Resolutions of 31st and 43d Cavalry, 740.
Terral, S. H., 358,428.
Terrell, James £., 491.
Terrell, James W., 277, 292.
Terrell, L. B., 398, 448.
Terrell, W. (J., 397, 429.
Terrill, James B., 127, 128.
Terry, J. S., 3G6, 392.
Terry, Junius, 335, 377.
Terry, Lumkin S. , 438.
Terry, William, 44, 60, 411.
Terry, William B., 213, 214.

Tesorlo, Julian, 572, 576, 584, 598, 600, 653, 683,713.
Texas.

Legislative proceedings, 506.

Post routes, 678.

Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 403,
425.
Texas Brigade (Army of Northern Virginia).

Thanks of Congress, 22, 24, 48, 53, 521.
Texas Troops.

Thanks of Congress:
To 1st, 4th, and 5th Infantry, 521.
To 9th Infantry, 118, 119, 129, 154, 172.
To Texas Brigade, in Army of Northern Vir-
ginia, 22, 24, 48, 53, 521.
The Age (Newspaper), 24.
Thedford, William, 356. .
Thigpen, E., 338, 405.
Thomas, Allen, 201.



792



INDEX,



Thomas, B. W., 411.

Thomas, C. Wesley, 123, 145.

Thomas, Edward A., Ill, 137.

Thomas, James G., 20, 29, 123, 146, 264, 296.

Thomas, John «., 411, 521.

Thomas, John Whit, 462.

Thomas, Joseph L., 238, 248.

Thomas, Joseph V., 731.

Thomas, L. P., 461, 473.

Thomas, R. \., 173,203.

Thomas, Samuel B., 355, 358, 427.

Thomas, William M., 491, 521.

Thomas' Brigade.

Resolutions, 659.
Thomason, E. W., 335, 377.
Thompson, Albert P., 355.
Thompson, F. L., 667, 675.
Thompson, H. D., 85, 96.
Thompson, John (.'., 43.
Thompson, Samuel 31. , 354.
Thompson, W., 337, 405.
Thompson, W. A., 239, 248.
Thompson, W. V., 398, 683.
Thompson, William A., 336, 377.
Thomson, D. L., 240,248.
Thomson, I. D., 460, 473.
Thomson, James W., 613, 626.
Thomson, Preston, 492.
Thomson, Thomas, 353.
Thorburn, H. ('., 238, 248.
Thornton, W. W., 410, 536.
Thorp, Henry K., 338, 405.
Thrasher, J. S., 73, 80.
Throckmorton, J. A., 337,405.
Thurman. W. P., 116,138.
Thurnionil, C. .11. B., 173,203.
Thurmond, W., 199,217.
Thurston, Ed. N., 614,626.
Thurston, James, 20.
Thweatt, l. J., 339,406.
Tift, Nelson, 204,296.
TIgner, L. II., 339,400.
Tllllnghast, E. L., 403,505.
Tillman, James D., 354,356,427.
Tlmberlake, John C, 538,611,626.
TInsley, Alexander, 463, 504.
Tipton, Joseph S., 123, 145.
Tishomingo Creek, Miss. Battle, June 10, 1864.

Report of Gen. N. B. Forrest transmitted to Con-
gress, 272.
Tobarco.

Control of sales by Government, 76, 77, 143,230-
232, 244, 545.

For prisoners of war, 267, 276.

Licenses to sell, GOO, 610, 611.

Quality supplied to Army, 541,574.

Rations for tlie Army, 565, 566, 573, 680.
Tochman, (iaspar, 708,710,718,725.
Todd, Charles H., 116,137.
Todd, K. P., 358,428.
Tompkins, John F., 172,203.
Tompkins, R. A., 399,448.
Toole, Samuel, 279,284.
Toonur, J. H., 409,504.
Toon, Thomas F., 144,492,505.
Topp, T. M., 87,165.
Toulmlu, Harry T., 354,424,427.



Toulmin, John F., 174,203.
Tontant, A. J., 180,203.
Townes, Nathan W., 42.
Townsend, Henry, 111,137.
Tonnsend, L. F., 111.
Towson, James E., 399, 448.
Toxey, Caleb, 335, 377.
Toxey, William, 335, 377.
Tracy, Carlos, 370, 428.
Tracy, M. 0., 393, 428.
Trade and Intercourse.
Enemy, 270, 272, 388.

Foreign nations, .50,69,70,74,75,129,147,149,181,
167, 183, 209,230-232, 244-247,268,275,276,286,
287, 289, 292,294,299, 311-314,388,467,515,543,
545, 569, 576, 608, 627, 648, 651, 668, 677, 682.
Indians, 452, 467, 475, 485.
Trans-MIssIssIppI Department.
Agency of Bureau of Foreign Supplies, 71, 72.
Agency of Treasury Department, 9, 256, 604,

667, 700, 724.
Commissioners of taxes for, 406, 417.
Commissioners to investigate cotton transac-
tions, 708.
Compensation of civil officers, 149, 150, 261,271,

560, .575, 607, 608, 041, 667, 700, 724.
Conscription, 96, 97, 154, 208, 231.
Cottoi^ Bureau, 488, 507, 648-650, 671, 680, 685, 686,

701, 708, 709, 726, 739.
Cotton taken by military authorities, 594.
Franking privilege to certain officials in, 23, 25,

52, 7,5, 81.
Payment of claims for property informally im-
pressed, 149, 150.
Production of cotton, 507, 676.
Scouts and guards for communication with,

1.52, 163, 164, 197, 210.
Tax officers, 685, 687, 700, 724.
Transfer of Cotton Bureau to Bureau of Foreign
Supplies, 71.
Transportation.
Certificate of indebtedness for, 79, 94.
Discharged and disabled soldiers, 717, 735, 739.
Members of Congress, 140, 191, 681, 584, 605, 611,

631,652,673,674,682,702.
Officersand men on leave, 293,311,415,456, 498, 499.
Railroad, 70, 119, 1,58, 219, 571, .573, 574, 607, 660.
Sick and wounded officers, 180, 182, 194, 206,209,

293, 527, 551, 565, 575, 608.
Steamboat, 96, 119, 571, 573, 574, 607, 660.
Trapler, J. H., 179, 217.
Traylor, T. P., 630, 536.
Treasury Department.
Agencies, 9, 256, 604, 667, 700, 724.
Assistant Secretary:
Appointed (Crump), 57, 62.
Compen.sation, 153, 154, 170, 171, 205, 207, 208,
220,221,232,243,244,246,260, 287, 294, 299, 641.
648, 677, 709.
Assistants to the Regi.ster, 604, 606, 607, 633, 651,

686.
Auditors, 171, 582, 604, 607, 637, 642, 673, 686, 707,

714.
Clerical force, 167, 182, 193, 209, 210,218,230,234,

240, 377, 582.
Comptroller, 171, 244, 246, 260, 287, 294, 299, 641,
648, 677, 709.



INDEX.



793



Treasury Department— Continued.

Donation of funds, 649, 679, 680, 700, 721.

Memorial of clerks, 548.

Nominations and confirmations, 57, 62, 66, 67, 73,
201, 212, 213, 280, 284, 707, 714.

Office of Deposit, 467, 474, 485, 490, 506, 560, 571,
595, 605.

Secretary (Trenholm), 280, 284. See also Mem-
minger, C. G.

Transfer of funds to, 477, 478, 486, 500, 510.

Treasurer, 167, 182, 193, 206, 209.
Treasury Note Bureau.

Relief for officers and employees, 696, 699, 700,
709, 722, 739.
Treasury Notes.

Counterfeits. See Counterfeit Notes.

Depreciation, 76, 77, 256.

Exchange, 12, 51, 53, 54, 59, 68, 266, 269, 271, 290,
293, 295, 297, 299, 401, 406, 418, 494, 573, 583.

Interest, 15.

Issue, 51, 53, 54, 59, 68, 152, 158, 167, 182, 195, 206,
230-232, 244, 246, 274, 282, 384, 389, 578, 582, 583,
588, 590, 591,601, 618, 660, 691, 696.

Limitation of circulation, 609.

Messages Of the President, 9, 256.

Redemption, 12, 45, 55, 75, 97, 372, 494, 516, 517,
573, 578, 582, 583, 589, 628, 660.

Remission of taxes. 288.

Ta.K on old issue, 191, 192.
Treaties.

Indian tribes, 467, 469, 500, 512, 590.
Trtdnell, Ad.ini, 122, 145.
Trenholm, G. A.

Secretary of the Treasury, 280, 284, 707.
Treuholm, W. L., 654.
TreutUu, John V., 43.
Trezevant, J. T., 198, 217.
Trigg, Daniel, 122, 145.
Trimmler, T. «., 178, 203.
Triplett, T. H., 530.
Trippe, And. C, 199,217.
Trippe, J. H,, 337,405.
Trlst, N. B., 666, 674.
Trlst, N. P., 201, 217.
Trotter, T. K., 336,377.
Trout, T. B., 239, 248.
TroutniiUi, II, A,, 237, 247.
Trueheart, C. W., 338, 405.
Tucker, B. St. «., 336, 377.
Tueker, C. G., 438, 4-19.
Tucker, George, 111, 367, 617.
Tucker, J. F., 173, 203.
Tucker, John H., 264, 296.
Tucker, John S., 28, 48.
Tucker, Jos. T., 585, 586, 598.
Tucker, Julius G., 716, 719.
Tucker, Levi 51., 29, 67, 122,145.
Tucker, St. George, 43.
Tucker, T. B. S., 411.
Tucker, W. F., 19,31.
TurnhuU, A., 88, 16.5.
Turner, F. P., 436, 504.
Turner, J. N., 41, 49, 174, 203.
Turner, J. T., 337, 405.
Turner, Josiah, jr. (North Carolina).
Representative in Second Con federate Congress
Conference committee, 540.



Turner, R. G., 337,405.
Turner, Richard W., 354, 3.56, 427.
Turner, Robert, 586, 714.
Turner, S. G., 84, 95.
Turner, Thomas H., 337, 405.
Turner, William Mason, 123, 145.
Twiggs, JohnD., 278.
Twitty, Francis L., 461.
Tyler, G., 356, 427.
Tyler, B. t'., 19, 203.
Tyler, W. >V.,395, 565.
United States.
Continuance of pensions received from, 21, 25, 60.
Declaration of purposes of Confederate States
regarding existing war with, 164, 197, 211,
212, 234, 235, 246, 271, 286, 297, 298, 340.
Violations of rules of civilized warfare by, 98,
147, 298, 327.
Upshan, Thomas E., 92, 93, 95, 438.
L'pshaw, W. J., 117, 138. ,

Urquhart, Jos. W., 369, 517.
Vacancies In Office.

Officers, 629, 670, 709.
Vallandlngham, J. S., 338, 406.
Van Benthuysen, W., 238, 248.
Vance, F. M., 349, 392.
Vance, J. K., 238,248.
Van Comstock, William, 122, 145.
Van de Graaff, W. J., 124, 137.
Vanderford, C. F., 198, 217.
Van Dyke, W. D., 369,517.
Vasser, Elijah J., 408, 454.
Vaughan, E. B.,24, 30.
Vaughan, Henry L., 122, 145.
Vaughan, J. B., 399,448.
Vaughn, J. t'., 303.
Venable, C. K., 394,448.
Venable, C. W., 239, 248.
Venable, Charles S., 18, 31.
A'enable, Howell A., 264, 296.
Venable, B. M., 88, 165.
Vernon, M. P., 339.406.
Vertrees, John L. , 460, 473.
Vessels of War.
For defense of Richmond, Va., 36, 56.
See also Gunboats.
Vest, George G. (Missouri).
Absent without leave, 646.
Bills, resolutions, etc , introduced by, 470, 476,

481, 509, 573.
Conference committee, 508.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 446.
Yea and nay votes, 454, 457, 458, 482, 490, 498-
500, 503, 509, 513, 520, 524, 528, 535, 540, 541 , 544,
652, 553, 558, 562, 563, 567, 569, 577, 580, 585, 598,
602, 609-61 1 , 618, 634, 636, 650, 653, 669, 671 , 673,
687, 688, 696, 710, 711, 718, 720, 721, 723-725, 734,
742.
Vetoes.
Bills returned, 168, 169,181, 182,209,222-224,228,488,
489, 496-498, 502, 508, 680, 681, 687-690, 736, 742.
Vice-President of the Confederate States.
Address to Senate, 386.
Compensation, 444, 465, 467, 475, 480.
Right to give reasons in exercising his right to
vote on a tie vote of Senators, 385-387.
See also Stephens, Alexander H.



794



INDEX.



Vldor, Charles, 368, 617.
VIley, J. B., 367,617.
Virginia.

Compensation of State collector, 617, 627, 635,

670, 673, 697.
Conspiracy in southwestern, 263.
Governor of:
Augusta Conference, 260.
Petition, 204.
Impressment of slaves, 330, 343.
Legislative proceedings, 61, 500, 601.
Memorial of adjutants, 310.
Petition of banks, 1.5.
Petition of governor, etc., 204.
Redemption of Confederate Treasury notes, 12.
Relief of Exchange Bank, 671, 676, 678, 685, 688,

691, 700, 712, 721, 735.
Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 251.
Vindication of ancient boundaries, 61, 96, 97. 149,
156.
VlrKlnla MediaiiicK" Institute, .501, .5'22, 526, 548.
Virginia Troops.
Resolutions of:
Companies composing Stark's Battalion Artil-
lery, 582.
3d Cavalry, 588.
26th Cavalry, 589.
14th Infantry, 494.
32d Infantry, 573.
36th and 60th Regiments and 35lh Battalion

Infantry, .559.
Parker's Battery, 5,50.
Thanks of Congress to 9lli, 11th, and 57th In-
fantry, 511, 515, 5'26, 548.
Volunteer >'avy. See Navijofthe Confederate Stalex.
Volunteers. See Army of the Confederate States;
and Provisional Army of the Confederate
States.
Waohusett, U. S S., 298. 314, 327.
Waddell, Alfred M., 3.57.
Waddell, James D., 324, 325, 328.
Waddell, James I., 121,144.
Wade, H., '240, 'J 18.
Wade, Henry t., 695, 707.
Wadley, C. H., 302.
Wadsnorth, John.

Assistant Doorkeeper of Senate, 6, 343.
Wager, E. Lee, 3.38, 405.
Walley, t'harles W., 225, 240.
Walke, UUIiard, 18. 31
Waike, W. T., 84. 95.
Walker, I'. 1., •2'J6, 240
Walker, Calvin II., 355.
Walker, Francis M., 354.
Walker, Henry II., .538.
Walker, J. A., 66.
Walker, JolinT., l'J2, 146.
Walker, L. P., 27, 165.
Walker, Mlras, 411, 520.
Walker, O. K., 317, 3'25.
Walker, K. L., 612,626
Walker, Klehard W. (Alabama).
.\bsent without leave, 616.
Bills, resolutions, etc.. introduced by, 15, 33,34,
47.54,75,90,96, 100, r20, 1,53, 166, 194, 2'27,.?69,
270, 281, '284, 285, 306, 3'29, 343, 382, 402, 426, 441 ,
466, 467, 470, 475, 572, 597, 638, 668, 671.



Walker, Richard W.— Continued.
Committees:
Commerce, 10,231,276.
Engrossment and Enrollment, 146, 189, 197,

206, 234, 245.
Joint, 482, 652.
Judiciary, 10, 283, 294, 297, 378, 406, 415, 516, 601,

634, 650, 658, 671, 695, 701, 709.
Post-Offices and Post-Roads, 313.
Public Buildings, 64.
Petitions, papers, etc., presented by, .55, 340,377,

485, 550.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 6,

265.
Yea and nay votes, 31, 47, 67, 68, 75, 78, 94, 101, 132,
133, 139, 150, 152, 157, 1.58, 167, 168, 181, 182, 188,
191, 192, 195,196, 204, 205, '207, ■211,212,218-2'20,
228, 286, 307, 323, 330, 340, 381, 382, 384, 385, 387,
408, 445-447, 454, 457, 458, 490, 498-500, 502, 503,
509, 613, 524, 5'28, 535, 640, 641, 644, 552, 553,
566-558, 561-563,567, 569,577, 580, .585,689, 691,
598, 601, 602, 609-611, 618, 634, 636, 638, 640, 641,
6.50, 653, 658, 663, 609, 673, 688, 6%, 710, 711.
Walker, William A., 278,284,302.
Walker, William E., 356.
Walkup, S. H., 41, 43, 56.
Wall, A. E., 339,406.
Wall, John P., 460, 473.
Wall. W. ('., 174, 203.
Wall, William H., Vii, 145.
Wallace. Alexander M., 353.
Wallace, Richard I'., Ill, 137.
Wallace, William, 366, 368, 427.
Wallace, William H., 215, 21(i, 351, 685.
Wallace, William S., 178,'203, 358, 438.
Waller, ('. A. l'., 4'21, 451.
Waller, Richard P., 44.
Waller, Thomas, 3.56, 427.
Walsh, Thomas v., a56.
Walters, A. E., 546. 564.
Walthall, E. C, 213.
Walton, U. v., 338. 406.

Walt Simeon T., 43

Walton, Thomas, 388, 520.
War.
Conduct of:
Communication of intelligence to enemy pro-
hibited. 681, 682, 701, 724.
Declaration of purposes of Confederate States,
164, 197, 211, 212, 234, '235, '246, 271. 286, '297,

298, 340.

Me.s.sages of the President, 7-10, '26'2-259, 703-
706.
Warhure, Edward, 587.
Mard. Uenjamlii K., 163, 504
Ward, (;eori;e, ,s7, 100, 217.
Ward, >nillam II., 121, 144.
War Ueiiartment.
Appropriations. See Appropriations.
As-sistant Secretary, 1,53, 154, 170, 171, 205, 207,
•208, 2-20, '221, 232, 243, 244, 246, 260, 287, 294,

299, 641, 648, 677, 709.
Bureau of Foreign Supplies, 70-72.

Clerical force, 69, 97, 119, 141. 678, 683, 616, 642,

663.
Nominations and confirmations (civil), 5'25,

692, 606.



INDEX.



795



War Department — Continued.
Number of men required to discharge duties

pertaining to, 485, 584.
Secretary (Breckinridge), 525. See also Seddon.
Solicitor, 512.

Superintendent of Indian AflFairs (Douglas),
592, 605.
WardlafT, (ieorge A., 19, 31.
Wardlaw, J. Lewis, 359, 400, 428.
Ware, E. 51., §97, 429.
M'arfleld, E., 42, 56, 115.
Waring, B. P., 351, 891.
Warley, Alexander F., 121, 144.
Warren, L. S., 174, 203.
Warren, W. H., 198, 217.
Warren, Watkins L., 123, 140.
War Tax. See Taxes.
Warwick, A. D., 665, 675.
Washington, H. W. M., 123, 145.
Waterliouse, R., 743.
Waters, f. D., 349.
Watie, Stand.
Appointment, 26.

Thanks of Congress, 429, 442, 476, 480, 486.
Watklus, 0. M., 180,203.
Watklns, R. A., 115, 137.
Watkins, Thomas H., 309.
Watkins, William, 359.
Watllngton, C, 3-50, 392.
Watlington, Frani-ls, 122, 145.
Watson, David, 86, 100, 217.
Watson, E. W., 462, 473.
Watson, John W. C. (Mississippi).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 23, 129,
131, 181, 186, 272, 276, 312, 340, 342, 379, 383, 419,
430, 443, 444,-549, 555, 573, 606, 627, 649, 672, 675,
739,741.
Committees:
Claims, 69.5, 701, 702.
Conference, 635.

Engrossment and Enrollment, 146, 231,234,243.
Impressments, 68.
Joint, 479, 501, 510, 514, 652, 739.
Judiciary, 10, 46, 362, 676.
Printing, 11, 35, 450, 635.
Special, 707, 741, 742.
Leave of absence, 23.
Petitions, papers, etc., presented by, 55, 130,275,

405, 449, 5.54, 594.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 6, 265.
Yea and nay votes, 31, 47, 64, 67, 68, 75, 78, 81, 94,
101, 132, 133, 139, 142, 150, 152, 157, 158, 167, ISl,
182, 187, 188, 191, 192, 195, 196, 204, 205, 208, 211,
212, 218-220, 229, 286, 307, 323, 330, 340, 361, 362,
381,382,384,385,387,408,445-447, 454, 457, 458,
482, 490, 498-500, 502, 503, 509, 513, 520, 524, 528,
535,540,541,544,552, 553, 556-558, 561-563, 567,
569, 577, 580, 585, .589, 598, 601, 602, 609-611, 618,
634,636,638,640,641, 616, 047, &50, 6.53, 669, 671,
673, 688, 696, 710, 711, 718, 720, 721, 723-725, 734,
742.
Watson, B. C, 339, 406.
M'atson, William K., 84.
Watt, William, 338, 405.
Watts, James W., 392.
Waul, Thomas N., 143, 216, 492.
Wayne, R. A., 324, 325, 328.



Weaver, James T., 45.

Weaver, VlrgU, 85, %.

Weaver, W. T., 413, 473.

Webb, Alex. S., 349, 391.

Webb, Charles A., 92, 95.

Webb, James E., 199, 217, 614, 626.

Webb, John G., 353, 391, 586, 598.

Webb, Jos. C, 586, 598.

Webb, L. IV., 237, 247.

Webb, T. I., 117,138.

Webre, Adolph P., 85, 96.

Wedderburn & Alfrlend, 11, 63.

Weekly, John M., 463, 505.

Weems, John B., 354.

Weems, W. H., 309, 321, 412, 472.

Weir, Walter, 459, 504.

Welslger, David A., 177, 346, 521, 586, 621.

Welslger's Brigade.

Memorial of officers, 498, 515.
Welch, Samuel L., 396, 472.
Welch, William P., 393, 448.
Weldon, Thomas, 290.
Wellborn, J. M., 337, 405.
Wells, E. H., 88, 165.
Wells, Thomas, 463, 504.
Welshaus, t'. >'., 83, 95.
West, Douglas, 367, 517.
West, Fred. B., 350.
West, J. A. A., 371,451.
West, Nelson G., 336, 377.
Westbrook, J. B., 337, 405.
Westcott, John, 242, 247.
Western and Southern Rivers.

Defense of, 142, 151, 158.
Weston, George B., 123, 145.
Weston, William, 397.
Whaley, E. Mitchell, 359, 400, 428.
Whaley, W. S., jr., 339, 406.
Wharton, Arthur D., 121, 144.
Wharton, Jack, 215, 216.
Wharton, John A., 694.
Wheadon, J. J., 239, 248.
Wheat, J. T., 532,536.
Wheeden, Thomas J., 264, 296.
Wheeler, Joseph, 42.
Wheless, John F., 122, 145.
Whetstone, A. B., 655, 674.
Whilden, John M., 393.
Whltaker, SIcB., 84,95.
White, D. B., 368,517.
White, E. B., 178.
White, E. J., 40, 49.
White, F. S., 172, 203. .
White, John M., 356, 358, 427.
White, Oscar, 44.
White, P. W., 239, 248.
White, B. C, 339,406.
White, Robert, 125, 137.
White, T. W., 398, 577.
White, William, 359.
White, William W., 354.
Whitfield, E., 28,48.
Whitfield, G. F., 586,598.
Whitfield, N. B., 370, 5.53.
Whiting, i;. €., 19,31.
Whitmore, J. J., 337, 40.5.
Whltner, James B., 452, 504.



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INDEX.



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