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Ilich)uond, March 17, 1865.
Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nominations for appointment
in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States of America:

Ma jo r-genera Is .

Brig. Gen. J. S. Marmaduke, of Missouri, to rank from March 17, 1865.
Brig. Gen. T. J. Churchill, of Arkansas, to rank from March 17, 1865.

Brigadier-generals.

Col. R. M. Gano, of Texas, to rank from March 17, 1865.
Col. Walter P. Lane, of Texas, to rank from March 17, 1865.
Col. W. P. Hardeman, of Texas, to rank from March 17, 1865.
Col. R. Waterhouse, of Texas, to rank from March 17, 1865.
Col. Henry Gray, of Louisiana, to rank from March 17, 1865.
I am, sir, respectfully, your obedient servant,

JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE,

Secretary of War.
To His Excellency Jefferson Davis,

President, etc.

The message was read.

Ordered^ That it be referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.

Mr. Wigfull. from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom
were referred (on this day) the nominations of J. S. Marmaduke and
T. J. Churchill, to be major-generals, and R. M. Gano, Walter P.
Lane, W. P. Hardeman, R. Waterhouse, and Henry Gray, to be briga-
dier-generals, reported, with the recommendation that all of said
nominations be contirmed.

The Senate proceeded to consider said report; and in concurrence
therewith, it was

Resolved^ That the Senate do advise and consent to their appoint-
ment, agreeably to the nomination of the President.

On motion by Mr. Wigfall,

Ordered., That the vote on confirming the nomination of T. ^.
Churchill, to be major-general, be reconsidered.

The Senate proceeded to consider said nomination; and

Resolved, That the Senate do advise and consent to the appointment,
agreeably to the nomination of the President.

Mr. Wigfall, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, to whom
was referred the message of the President of December 16, 1864,



744 JOUKNAL OF THE SENATE. [Mar. 18, 1865.

transmitting certain correspondence between the Secretary of State
and the commissioners of the Confederate States now in Europe,
reported back the same and asked to be discharged therefrom.

The Senate proceeded to consider said report; and

Mesolved^ That the committee be discliarged from the further con-
sideration of the subject.

Mr. Oldham, from the Committee on Post-Offices and Post-Roads,
to whom was referred (on the 14th instant) the message of the Presi-
dent rehitive to the removal from oiBce of W. H. Robertson, post-
master at Osborne's Ford, Davis County, Va. , reported back the same
and asked to })e discharged from the farther consideration of the same.

The Senate proceeded to consider said report: and

Resolved^ That the committee be discharged from the further con-
sideration of the subject.

On motion l)y Mr. Semmes,

The Senate resolved into secret legislative session.



INDEX



Abbott, W. R., 394, 448.
Abercronibie, VV., 411,603.
Abernatliy, J. t., 336, 377.
Abernathy, R, T., 118, 137.
Abernethy, H. W., 173, 203.
Abert, George W., 437.
Abrahams, J. L., 339,406.
Abraiiis, J. C, 369, 517.
Accounts.

Loss or destruction of vouchers, 573, 583, 607,
660.

Members of Congres.s, 52, 59, 76, 90.

Sequestered estates, 383, 417, 426, 431.

States against Confederacy, 232, 233.
Acton, James C, 532, 536.
Adair, William P., 692.
Adaire, Thomas N., 42, 56.
Adams, B. C, 410, 536.
Adams, C, 359.
Adams, E. T., 118, 138.
Adams, Fleming W., 41.
Adams, J., ,547.
Adams, J. M., 414, 536.
Adams, James P., 665.
Adams, James T., 438, 449.
Adams, John A., 397.
Adams, Norton Kent, 65, 77, 122, 145.
Adams, P. H., 117, 138.
Adams, R. W., 235, 248.
Adams, Samuel, 355.
Adams, Warren, 357, 428.
Adams, Wirt, 301.
Addison, W. J., 123,145.
Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, V. S. A.

Orders, General, series 1862: Xo. 48, 50.

Orders, General, series 1864: No. 77, 268, 291,
294, 313, 333.
Adjutants.

Memorials for increase of rank, 293, 310, 313,
340, 361, 494.
Agar, R., 309, 321, 439.
Agriculturists.

Exemption from military service, 261.

Relief for bonded, 446, .560, 566, 588, 589, 601, 602,
628, 633, 635, G48, 060, 672, 679, 700, 724.
Allien, A. M., 368, 392, 614, 626.
Aiken, James, 423, 473.
Airey, Fred W,, 85, 96.
Aken, Joseph W., 463, 504.
Alabama, C. S. S., 514, 519, 521, 523, 641, 548, 549, 551,

555, 668.
Alabama.

Governor of, at Augusta Conference, 260.

Legislative proceedings, 377.

Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 6,
265.



Alabama Troops.

Cadets, 70.
Alexander, C. A., 656, 674.
Alexander, E. P., 86, 100, 217.
Alexander, J. H., 130.
Alexander, Joseph W., 121, 144.
Alexander, Mary R., 591, 696, 699.
Alexander, Otho, 021.
Alexander, T. Bullitt, 545, 546, .554.
Alexander, T. W., 91, 95.
Alford, B. M., 118,138-

Alfriend. See Wedderbuin & Alfrievd, 11, 63.
Allen Enemies.

Sequestration of estates, 266, 268, 4.52, 469, 480, 567.
Allan, Thompson, 57, 62.
Allan, William, 28, 48.
Alldridge, Jesse J., 357.
Allen, A. B., 404, 449.
Allen, A. M., 239, 248.
Allen, Albert B., 84, 95, 348.
Allen, J. W., 366, 536.
Allen, James H., 355, 427.
Allen, John F., 237, 248.
Allen, W. W., 19,203, 716.
Allen, Walter S., 422, 430.
Allensworth, A. J., 665, 674.
Allin, P. T., 302, 315.
Allison, W. B., 215, 216.
Allyn, J. T., 413, 473, 614, 626.
Alnion, M. T., 356, 358, 427.
Almon, W. B., 338, 406.
Alston, T. P., 44, 56, 356.
Alston, William, 463, 505.
Aucrum, J. H., 368, 392.
Anderson, C. D., 43.
Anderson, (.'lifford (Georgia).

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:
Conference, 541, 648, 651.
Joint, 478.
Anderson, G. W., 349.
Anderson, J. Patton, 411.
Anderson, John W.

Recording Clerk of Senate, 474, 718.
Anderson, R. H., 135, 136, 351, 581.
Anderson, R. W., 28,48.
Anderson, S. R., 272, 273, 275, 360.
Anderson's Brigade.

Memorial of officers, 11, 153.
Andrews, John F., 179, 203.
Angerer, Aug., 395, 429.
Ansley, David H., 359.
Ansley, J. H., 304, 306,535.
Anthony, J. ft., 666, 674.
Anthony, O. P., 93.
Antley, J. S., 654.

745



746



INDEX.



Appointments.

Graduates of military institutions, 102.
Limitation and restriction, 102, 129, 130, 243,
245, 247, 425, 431, 456.
See also Nominations and Confirmations.
Appropriiitions.
Construction and repair of railroads, 642, 649,

677, 709.
Exchange or redemption of mutilated Treas-
ury notes, 573, 583.
Expenses of Joint Select Committee on Treat-
ment and Exchange of Prisoners, 627, 719,
734, 735.
Missouri State Guard, 633, 672, 673, 679, 700, 721.
Navy Department, 554, 575, 596, 608.
Percussion-cap pressing machine, 629, 634, 670,

697.
Post-office Department, 151, 154, 170, 189, 209,

416, 498, 506, 507, 526.
Public printing, 15.
Recruiting .service, 533, 540, 551, 571.
Redemption of loans, 134, 197, 234, 497, 501, 510,

544, 659, 667, 712, 724.
Support of the Government, 151, 1&4, 182, 200,
228, 230, 232, 244,246,565,566,574,579,594,618,
659, 660, 667, 691, 697, 700, 708, 721, 724, 735.
Suspension, for construction of vessels of war,

295, 373.
Transfer, 363, 372, 417, 426, 431.
War Department, 332, 659, 668, 686, 709.
Arant, .1. ('., 116, 138.
Archer, .lanifs J., 537.
Archer, U. P., 237, 247.
Archer, \\ . M., 614, 626.
Archer's Itrli^ade.
Resolutions, .'■)34.

Thanks of Congress, ,534, 5.54, .575, 608.
Archlres of the Confederate States,

Security of, 26, 38, 48, 91, 109, 674, 702, 713, 726.
Arkansas.
Legislative proceedings, 260.
Relief from payment of certain taxes, 265, 266,

676.
Senators in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 6,
260.
Arkansas Troops.

Thanks of Congress to 3d Infantry, 521.
Arledge, (ieorije H., 122, 145.

Arnil,1o, Manuel, 572, 576, 584, 598, 600, 653, 683, 713.
Arniljo, Rafael, 572, 576, 584, 598, 600, 653, 683, 713.
Arniistead, K. H., 424, 473.
Arnilstead, J. .M., 413, 473.
Armlstead, Thomas !S., 349.
Armour, .lames E., 65, 77, 122, 145.
Arms, Ammunition, etc. See Munitions of War.
Armslronif, .Eneas, 264, 2%.
Armstrong, H. ('., 20, 31.
Armstrong, .lames L., 369, 517.
Armstrong, Jos., 42, 56.
Armstrong, Richard K.. 122, 146.
Armstrong, W. J., 420, 504.
Army Corps, First.

Memorial of officers, 14, 153.
Army of the Confederate States.
Adjutants, 293, 310, 313, 340, 361, 494.
Artillery officers for ordnance duty, 36, 80, 128,
149, 169, 181, 182, 194, 205, 206, 222.



Army of the Confederate States— Continued.
Cavalry, 14, 34, 46, 58, 60-62, 76, 90, 269, 425, 442,

498, 540, 542, 554, 595, 605.
Chaplains, 69, 97, 119, 141, 446, 616, 619.
Clothing for officers, 45, 69, 148, 152, 167, 205, 288,

404, 405, 415, 443, 447, 449, 450, 456, 485.
Colored troops, 526, 528, 543, 650, 567, 569, 572,

573, 576, 581, 585, 670, 671.
Commissaries and quartermasters, 99, 443, 495,

512, 513, 516, 588, 590, 600, 603, 628, 688-690, 710.
Condition, etc., 407, 417.
Consolidation of companies, battalions, and

regiments, 257, 446, 465, 468, 470-472, 475-477,

480-482, 508, 560, 561, 565, 695, 605.
Deserters, 34, 340, 506, .516, 534, 543, 570, 590, 607,

648, 667, 669, 670, 678.
Details between 18 and 45 years of age, 268, 291,

294, 313, 314, 333.
Directing general or general in chief, 432, 443,

446, 448, 450, 453, 454, 457, 458, 477, 478, 482,

486.
Engineer Corps, 415, 469. 495, 600, 607, 6.52.
Ensigns, 34, 37, 97, 119, 141.
Exemptions from service, 11, 24, 63, 96, 97, 119,
• 161, 167-169, 205, 206, 261, 269, 288, 299, 300, 307,

312, 316, 327, 330,378,4.56,467,485,488,515,522,

527, .544, 549, 551, 561-563, 566, 567, 571, 572, 575,

576, 627, 628, 660, 686, 697-699, 711, 725, 735, 739-

742.
Forage and commissary stores for Commander in

Chief, 401, 518, 624.
General staff, 9, 12, 34, 60, 105-109, 129, 163, 162,

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

617, 659, 667, 686,708,712.

Impressment of supplies for, 46, 99, 120, 131-133,
243, 246, 261, 262,268-270,281,283,294,316,324,
326, 327, 371, 404,415,418,455,499,516,543,5,51,
560,565, 697, 698,678,679,691,701,717,725,739.

Incompetent or disabled officers relieved, 68,
69, 163.

Increase, 584, 651, 652, 664, 670, 671, 679, 700, 724.

Invalid Corps, 25, 69, %, 99, 153, 167, 191, 274,476,
477, 479, 500, .508, 548, 641, 649, 677, 709.

Light or field artillery, 102, 161, 221, 565, 666,571,
603, 606.

Manufacture of liquors for use of, 98, 140, 186,
187, 191, 204, 205, 231, 243, 246.

Medical Department, 262, 291.

Military courts, 129, 139, 166, 181, 183, 210, 230,
233, 244-247, 284, 286, 384, 389, 390, 467, 480, 486.

Military storekeepers, 36, 80, 128, 149, 155, 415,

618, .549.

Nominations and confirmations, 16-20, 26-28, 31,
38-15, 48, 49, 51, 52, 56-58, 62, 65-68, 72, 73, 78,
82-89, 91-96, 100, 110-118, 124-128, 134-138, 113,
144, 146, 151, 159, 160, 165, 166, 172-180, 198-201,
203, 213-218, 22.5-227, 235-243, 247-249, 265, 272-
280, 284, 289, 292, 296, 301-306, 30^310, 315, 317-
321, 324-326, 328,329, 335-340,345-360,365-371,
377, 388, 389, 391-400, 403^06, 408-115,419-125,
427-430, 432-140, 448-452, 454,4.59-164,466,472,
473, 483^86, 491-494, 503-505, 510, 611, 513, 514,
517, 518, 620, 521,529-533,535-539,646-548,553,
554, 567-559, 563-565, 569,570,576-678,581,682,
685-588, 592-694, 598-600, 603-606,611-616,620-
626, 632,633, 6.54-657, 665-667, 674,675,683-685,
692-696, 707, 714-717, 719,731-734,737-739,743.



INDEX.



747



Army of the Confederate States — Continued.
Officers with temporary rank, fil, 61, C4, 109, 110,
120,208,219,568,574,616,627,633, 642, 680, 681,
687. 688, 696, 697.
Organization, 194,205,206,209, 260, 274, 275, 283,
288, 300, 301, 313, 446, 465, 467, 475, 480, 486, 506,
513, 543, 550, 551, 555, 567, 576, 591, 699, 701, 741,
742.
Pay of, 79,81,147,149,152,161,162,170,171,189,
194, 195, 206, 209, 222, 261, 282, 502, 606, 633, 642,
663, 678, 688, 690, 697, 699, 712, 721, 736, 742.
Promotion for distinguislied valor and skill,

627, 633, 677, 709.
Rations for officers, 69, 148, 152, 167, 205.
Records of State troops, 23, 60, 96, 119, 141.
Reorganization and recruitment, 402, 430, 456,

559.
Scouts and guards, 152, 163, 164, 197, 210.
Staff and clerical force for general at seat of

government, 29, 147, 220, 457.
Statement of strength, etc., required, 479.
Status of officers appointed under Provisional
and not reappointed under Permanent
Government, 166, 203.
Supernumerary officers, 102, 129, 130, 243, 245, 247,

425, 430, 431, 456, 548.
Supplies for, from within enemy's lines, 270.
Tobacco for, 565, 566, 673, 580.
See also Provisional Army of the Confederate
States.
Arnold, Frank, 368, 517.
Arnold, ti. W.,412, 472.
Arnold, J. E., 237, 247.
Arnold, J. W., 586, 598.
Arnold, Robert B., 356, 397, 427.
Arnold, W. SI., 43, 56, 318.
Arrears of Pay.
Army and Navy, 582, 583, 600, 603, 678, 688, 690,
697, 712, 736, 742.
Arrlngton, P. W., 84,95.
Arsenal.
Establishment in North Carolina, 573, 590, 601,
618, 660.
Artillery Corps.
Officers for ordnance duty, 36, 80, 128, 149, 169,

181, 182, 194, 205,206,222.
Organization of light or field artillery, 102, 161,
221, 565, 566, 571, 603, 606.
Artisans and Mechanics.
Employment of foreign, 295, 378.
Exemption from military service, 456, 522, 549,

551, 567, 571, 572, 575, 576.
Memorial of, at Columbus, Ga., 506.
Ashe, R. Y., 350.
Ashford, F. A.,' 44, 354, 356, 427.
Ashford, John, 363, 355, 427.
Assay Offices.

Charlotte, N. C, 331, 390.
Associated Press of the Confederate States, 207.
- See also I'ress Association, etc.
Atltlns, SI. J., 226,240.
Atkins, T. SI., 44, 56, 357, 393, 427.
Atkinson, J. W., 371,450.
Atkinson, R. H., 666, 674.
Atkinson, W. R., 657, 674.
Attorney-General. See Davis, Oeorge.
Aubrey, William, 395, 566.



Augusta, Ga.

Conference of governors, 260.
Aunspaugh, Charles, 441, 474.
Avant, Jesse W., 85, 96.
Averett, Samuel W., 121, 144.
Avery, I. W., 462, .504.
Avery, J. W., 359, 428.
Ayres, T. li., 399, 448.
Ayres, William, 175, 203.
Babbitt, C. W., 87, 165.
Bacon, Aug. O., 239, 248.
Bacon, E. SI,, 238,248.
Bacon, Thomas H., 225, 240.
Bacon, William, 237, 247.
Bacot, Richard H., 122, 145.
Baggott, J. F.. 338, 406.
Bailey, A. C, 347.
Bailey, G. H., 339, 406.
Bailey. J. C, 349, 392.
Bailey, James E., 370, 428.
Bailey, T. B., 413, 473.
Bain, S. SIcN., 355, 427.
Baine, D. W., 538.
Baird, Alf. H., 200, 216.
Baird, Milliam SI., 118, 138.
Baker, Alpheus, 19, 31, 92, 412.
Baker, Boiling, 399, 448.
Baker, Frank W., 348.
Baker, J. W., 369, 517.
Baker, James SI. (Florida).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 60, 99, 46,
293, 298, 311, 321, 331, 379, 401, 470, 476, 01,
512, 534, 574, 637.
Committees:
Claims, 11, 604.
Naval Affairs, 10, 485.

Post-Offices and Post-Roads, 10, 266, 329, 343,
362, 379, 402, 473, 524, 577, 599, 625, 651. 554,
658, 659.
Public Buildings, 64, 73, 137.
Public Lands, 10.
Special, 290, 384.
Leave of absence, 404.

Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 6, 265.
Yea and nay votes, 21, 31, 47, 64, 67, 68, 75, 78,
81, 132, 133, 139, 150, 152, 158, 167, 168, 181, 182,
187, 188, 191, 192, 195, 204, 208, 211, 212, 218-220,
228, 230, 286, 307, 323, 330, 340, 361, 362, 3H1, 382,
384, 385, 387, 44.5-447, 457, 458, 482, 490, 498-500,
502, .503, 509, .513, 520, 524, 528, 535, 540, 541,
544, 552, 553, 556-558, 561-563, 567, 56i«, 577,
580, 585, 589, 598, 601, 602, 610, 611, 6.3, 636,
638, 640, 641, 646, 647, 653, 658, 663.
Baker, James SIcC, 122, 145.
Baker, R. E., 199, 217.
Baker, S. E., 41, 42, 56, 353.
Baker, Tiiomas SI., 366.
Baldwin, J. SI., 87, 165.
Baldwin, J. P., 239,248.
Baldwin, John B. (Virginia).
Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:
Conference, 540.
Impressments, 59.
Joint, 416.
Balfour. James R., 389, 520.
Bail, Edward, 437.



748



INDEX.



Ball, Lewis, 45, 56, 427.
Ballard, T. E., 410,536.
Ballenger, A. W., 621, 632.
Ballenger, M. R., 325, 354, 3.59, 427.
Baltzell, F., 34S, 391.
Bane, J. P., 3.54, 3.50, 427.
Baiikhead, Smith P., 424, 425, 454.
Bank of Louisiana.

Coin taken from, 502.
Banks, J. 0., 44, 56.
Banks, J. W., 117, 138.
Banks, John S., r22, 145.
Banks of North Carolina.

Petition, 15.
Banks of Virginia.

Petition, 15.
Banning, James W., 115, 137.
Barber, Flavel ('., 359.
Barliot, Alphonse, 121, 144.
Barbour, H. B., 435.
Barbour, P. P., 239, 248.
Barbour, Thomas M., 352, 359, 428.
Barclay, K. Sandy, 43.
Barclay, H. W., 279, 328.
Barden, W. A., 278, 279, 284.
Bardweli. E. L., 338, 406.
Barham,T. (i., 423, 430.
Barksdule, Ethelbert (Mis.sis.sippi).
Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:
Conference, 221, .506.
Special, 210.
Barksdale, Sterling L., 122, 145.
Barnes, A. M., 83, 95.
Barnes, Benjamin S. , 336, 377.
Barnes, \\. S., 620,632.
Barnett, A. B., 17.5, 203.
Barney, ('. R., 394, 613, 594, 599.
Barney, Joseph N., 121, 144.
Barnwell, John. 114.
Barnwell, Robert W. (Soutli Carolina).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 47, 53, 103,
120,132,148,186, 196, 266, 275, 290,312,407,448,
046, 647.
Committees:
Conference, 208, 228.

Finance, 10, 32, 35, 46, 47, 59, 62, 67, 79, 118, 139,
142,152,170,171, 182, 193, 204, 208,212,218,232,
260,266,271,274, 282, 284, 294, 297,310,311,322,
329, 331, 332, 361 , 372, 373, 38;^, 416, 417, 455.
Impressments, 68.
Joint, 33.
Special, 245, 252.
Territories, 11.
Petitions, papers, etc., presented by, 14, 79, 270.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 13, 251.
Vea and nay votes, 21, 31, 47, 64, 67,68,75,78,94,
101,132,139, 142, 150, 153, 1.57,158,167,168,181,
182,187,188,191, 192, 195, 196, 204,205,208,211,
212, 218-220, 228, 229, 286, 307, 323, 330, 340, 361 ,
362,381,382,384,385, 387, 408, 445-447,4.57,4.58,
577,580,585,589, .591, 598, 601, 602,609-611,618,
634,636,638, 640, 641, 646, 047,6.50,653,658,663,
669, 671, 673, 688, 696, 710, 711 , 718, 720, 721, 723-
725, 734.
Barnwell, S. E., 242, 248.
Barrett, W. W., 237, 248, 491, 569.



Barrlnger, Bnfns, 126, 137, 411, 461.

Barron, Samuel, 121, 144.

Barron, Samuel, jr., 122, 145.

Barrow, James, 309.

Barrow, Thomas, 83, 95.

Barrow, Willie, 351, 391.

Barry, Thomas P. , 264, 296.

Barry, William, 365, 403.

Barry, William J., 460, 473.

Barteau, V. B., 587, 599.

Barthelmess, G. S., 615, 626.

Bartlett, J. L., 88, 165.

Barton, J. ('., 397, 429.

Barton. J. T., 339, 406.

Baruch, Simon, 336, 377.

Bason, tt. F., 28, 48.

Bass, Frederick S., 52, 58, 355, 42:.

Bassham, B. L., 437, 449.

Batchelor, S. S., 356, 427.

Bate, H. (!., 92.

Bate, W. B., 19, 31, 179.

Bates, J. I'., 358,428.

Batson, Felix 1. (Arkansas)..

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Joint committee, 299.
Battles.

Action of Congress on reports, 105, 142, 155, 183,
210, 262, 266, 272, 288, 316, 432, 448. 573, 574,
582, 619, 620, 628, 664, 740.
Bayne, Thomas L., 28, 48.
Beach, John T., 84.
Beale, Richard, 624, 632.

Beale, Richard L. T., 364, 356, 427, 433, 451, 624.
Beall, J. F.. 493, 505.
Bearden. John T., 18, 31.
Beasley, William E., 124.
Beatty. H. S., 116, 138.
Beaty, James, 368, 517.
Beaufort, S. V.

Memorial of citizens, 204.
Beauregard, A. N. T., 180.
Beauregard, U. T.

Assignment to command, 453, 4.54, 456.

Mentioned, 180, 272, 410.
Beazley, B. H., 587, 599.
Beck. Benjamin, 352.
Beck. Franklin K.. 412.
Beck, J. H.. 694, 707.
Beckham. J. M., 394, 448.
Beckham, T. ('., 461, 473.
Becti.n, 11. P., 337, 405.
Bedford, H. L., 199, 217.
Beln, H. II., 18,31,349.
Belknap. Morris S., 225. 240.
Bell, t'harles J., 3.57,359, 428.
Bell, F. M.. 348,391.
Bell, Hiram P., 353.
Bell, J. H., 178,203.
Bell. J. R., 358, 428.
Bell, Madison, 279, 328.
Bell, Percy, 413, 473.
Bell. T. H.. 632.
Bell. Thomas P., 122, 145.
Bell. W. 1>., 395, 565.
Bell, William F., 367,617.
Bell, William T., Asst. Surg., 338, 406.
Bell. William T., mh Ala., 278, 284.



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Bellamy, Marsden, 65, 77, 122, 145.
Belt, Aug-jstus W., 179, 203.
Belvln, James W., 123, 146.
Bender, W. G., 40, 49.
Benjamin, Judah P.

Retirement from office proposed, 550, 552.

Secretary of State, 58, 550, 552.
Bennett, C. L., 656, 674.
Bennett, John W., 121, 144.
Bennett, M. D., 44, 56.
Bennett, W. W., 419, 420.
Benning, S. J., 360.
Benn^ng's Brigade.

Memorial of adjutants, 361.

Resolution.s, .571.
Bensadon, Joseph, 116, 137.
Bentley, W. «., 237,247.
Bentley, W. W., 461, 473.
Benton, Mortimer M., 122, 145.
Berrien, L. C, 666, 675.
Berry, J., 339, 406.
Berry, Robert, 302, 303, .503.
Berry, Thomas G., 3.56, 3.58, 427.
Berry, Thomas J., 461.
Berry, William W., 547, .548, 553.
Bethune, J. N., 494.
Betsill, R. J., 305,315.
Beverly, C. B., 281.
Bibb, J. B., 412,472.
Blcksler, H. B., 85,96.
Biffle, J. B., 199,216.
Bigger, R. H., 367, 617.
Blllopp, W. W., 115, 137.
Billups, James W., 122, 145.
Binford, James K., 84.
Binns, J. E., 3.58, 428.
Blrdsong, M. J., 339,406.
Blser, William I»., 84.
Bishop, Samuel L., 309, 321.
Black, Edward J., 94, 100, 412.

Black, S. L., 414,536.

Black, T. J., 116,138.

Blackburn, J. C. S., 436, 553.

Blackford, B. L., 40, 49.

Blackford, L. M., 304, 31.5.

Blackford, W. W., 87, 165.

Blackmore, Thomas J., 19, 31.

Blacknall, i\ C, 42, 56.

Blackwell, J. J., 369,517.

Blaln, George A., 83, 95.

Blair, J. A., 355,358, 427.

Blake, IshamM., 173,203.

Blakemore, T. M., 339, 406.

Blakeney, J. C, 117,138.

Blanc, Samuel P., 122, 124, 145.

Blance, Joseph A., 666.

Blanchard, J. A., 339, 406.

Bland, Elbert, 438.

Blanton, B. H.,360, 603.

Blanton, Leigh M., 420, 451.

Bledsoe, 0. F., 199,217.

Blount, J. G., Artillery, 371, 451.

Blount, J. G., Q. M., 436, 504.

Blount, William A., 336, 377.

Boatwright, J. L., 530, 536.

Bobo, B. A., 117,138.



Bocock, Thomas S. (Virginia).
Speaker of House of Representatives, 7, 169, 224,
489, 497, 681, 690.
Boggess, A. F., 318, 328.
Boiling, George W., 717, 719.
Bolton, C. M., 88, 165.
Bomar, T. H., 45, 56.
Bond, Jos. B., 370, 553.
Bonded Agents.
Appointment, 443, 495, 512, 513, 516, 588, 590, 600,

603, 628, 688-690, 710.
Message of the President, 688-690.
Bonds of the Confederate States.
Exchange, 12, 47, 129, 139, 172, 182, 183, 196, 206,
234, 266, 270, 274, 290, 295, 299, 575, .595, 596, 608.
Exemption from taxation, 12, 288, 290.
Interest, 16, 388.

Issue, 35-37, 47, 51, 53, 54, .59, 68, 152, 158, 167, 182,

195, 206, 230-232, 244, 246, 274, 282, 384, 389,

521, 523, 533, 634, 543, 560, 578, 582, 583, 588,

590, 591, 601, 618, 660, 683, 691, 696, 712, 721.

Message of the President, 9.

Receivable for taxes, 16, 47, 260, 291, 294, 297, 310,

578, 596, 608.
Redemption, 372, 404, 407, 417, 418, 426, 430.
• Relief for States holding, 14.
Bondurant, W. E., 339, 406.
Bondurant, Walter E., 20, 29, 123, 146.
Bonford, P. E., 243.
Bonham, M. L., 578, 581.
Bonner, J. B., 279.
Bonsai, W. B., 337, 405.
Bookter, E. F., 354, 367, 427.
Booth, D. W., 336,377.
Booth, Edwin G., 123, 145.
Booth, B. v., 199,217.
Bor chert, George A., 121, 144.
Borcke, Heros Ton, 388.
Borden, Thomas J., 44, 56, 3.57, 359, 428.
Boroughs, W. M., 338, 405.
Bostick, J. L., 124,137, 411.
Bostick, Jos., 412, 472.
Bostick, T. H., 240, 248, 410, 536.
Boston, R. B., 363,427.
Boston, W. J., 325,328.
Bostwick, B. M., 339, 406.
Boswell, John L., 174, 203.
Boteler, A. R. , 370, 428.
Bounds, Joseph Murphy, 611.
Bounty and Furloughs.
Commutation in lieu of furloughs, 637, 649, 667,

680, 709.
Furloughs from hospitals, 146, 149, 162, 221.
Payment of bounty, 25, 63, 153, 167, 191, 266, 290,
295, 299.
Bourn, W. t'., 172,203.
Bowdre, Edward P., 666.
Bowen, E. J., 174, 203.
Bowen, Robert E., 353, 366, 427.
Bowen, Robert J., 121, 145.
Bowen, W. L. L., 42, 56.
Bower, B. B., 173, 203.
Bowie, Allen T. , 403, 429.
Bowie, John A., 240, 248, 303, .503.
Bowie, L. , 126, 137.
Bowles, J. W., 302, 315.



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Bowles, Phickney D., 3M, 356, 427.

Bowles, R. C, 123,145.

Bowman, James H., 42.

Bowyer, T. M., 198,217.

Boxley, James G., 20, 29, 123, 146.

Boyce, ('. M., 240, 248.

Boyce, Mllllam W. (South Carolina).

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Joint committee, 299.
Boyd, Charles B., 89, 16.5, 3.52, 399, 427.
Boyd, James M., 198, 217.
Boyd. R. W.. 368,392.
Boyd, Rlrhard, 335, 377.
Boyd, Samuel H., 461.
Boyd, Waller .11., 438, 449.
Boykln, E. 31., 399, 448.
Boykln, Stephen M., 353, 356, 427.
Boyles, D. H., 349,391.
Boylston, R. B., 30.5, 315.
Boynton, James S., 355, 427.
Braltlile. Kdniiind t'., 461.
Bradford, ( . .11., 367, 517.
Bradford, David, 264.
Bradford. K., '237, 247.
Bradford. Jesse J., 352.
Bradford. John, 87, 165.
Bradford. (Mey. 122, 14.5.
Bradford, IVilllam L., 121, 144.
Bradley. A. <J., :i3S, 405.
Bradshaw, <>. A., 412,472.
Brug^', Bra.xton.

Mentioned, 41, 65, 66, 200, 371.



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