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Potomac, 198; diseovem Lee*Bj>lana| 196; hia vioro-
menu heaHatlBg, 196 ; battie of South Mountain, 198-^ ;
roarohee weatward, 109 ; eondition of his army, 90S-S:
fights Lee at Antietam, 906 ; statement of bis own, ami
estimate of the enemv's strength, 209; hia loeaea, 909;
his captures fhun the enemy at South Moontatn,
Crampton's Oap, and Antietam, 210 ; reinforced vfth
14,000 men, 210; aenda Oen. Williaoa to retake UmrT-
land Heights, 211 ; ftdls to prevent or punish StuArtv
raids Into Pennsylvania, 211 ; crosses the Potomac, aad
advances to Warrent<Hi, Ya., when he is rellerod faj
6en. BnnMlde, 212; hia views on Slavery, 987-8;
24S-9 ; nomination for President, and platform, 6d9 - T0 ;
defeated by Lincoln, 67&
KoClxbkand, Gsir. John A„ at Fort Heaij,

45-6; at Fort Donelson, 48-9 ; in battie of Pittsbwg
Landiuf, 60 to 71 ; capturea Fort Hindman, 298: hU
losses, 294; at Port Olboon, 804; at Champion Bflla,
807; at Yicksburg, 811; at Alexandria, Red river, fi06i

MoOooK, Gbn. A- D., at Penyville, 218 ; at Nash-
ville and Stone River, 278-6; at Chielcamauga, 4%!,

MoCowN, Gen., at Stone River, 275.

MoCuLLOCH, Gen. Bkn., allosione to, 18 ; 37; 33 ;
at battie of Pea Ridge, 28 to 81 ; killed at, sL

MoOuLLOCH, Gen^ attacks HjlUkeii's Bend, 819.

McDonald, Gbn., killed at Hartsville, 447.

MoDowBLL, Gen. Iryin, to command a oorpe in
Armv of the Potomac, 108; retained tor defense of
Washir



ingtoB, 180-1; position of; during MoClellan^
ice, 186; ordered to the Talley, to intercept Jack-
son, 186; his testimony relative tojpursuit of Jackaon,



advance, 186; ordered to the Talley, to intercept Jack
son, 186; his testimony relative tojpursuit of Jackaon
187; in the Army of Virginia, lt2; he marches ooi



OalnesviUe, 181; retreata on Manassas Junction, 188;
flffhts at Oainesvine, 186; general order r^pectlag
Slavery, 287.

McDowell, Va., battle at, 132-3.

McElrot, Ool., killed at Fort Sanders, 432.

MoIntosh, Gbn., killed at Pea Ridge, 28; SO.

McKean, Gen., at Corinth, 226.

McKeb, Col., killed at Stone River, 281.

McLaws, Gen., at Malvern Hill, 166 ; at Harper's
Ferry, 200; attacks Maryland Heighta, 200; at Antie-
tam, 207 ; at Chaneelloraville, 868 ; at Gettysburg, 880
to 887 ; at Chlckamauga, 422b

McLean, Ma job, wounded at Manassas Gap, 393.

McLean, Col., killed at Gunee's MUl, 167.

McNairy, Col., killed at Fort Donelson, 283.

McNeil. Col. John, routs guerillas at Kirin-
villc, Mo., 85-6; o6opcntee against Price, SOa

MoPherson, Gen. James B., at CorinOi, 230;
at Lamar, 286; triumphs at lELaymond, 805: capturea
Clinton and Jackaon,806; at Champion Hilla, W7; at
Yicksburg, 812: in command of Yicksburg, 687 ; com-
mands Army of Tenneasee under Shaman, 664 ; killed
before Atlanta, 688.

McRas, Caft., heroic death at Yalrerde, 23.

McRae, Col., at Antietam, 206.

Meade, Gen. George G., at Gaines^s Mm, 156;
at Malvern Hill, 162; at South Mountain, 198; at
Antietano. 205-6; ot Predericksbnig, 847 ; atChanoel-
lorsvllle, 861 ; aocceeds Oen. Hooker in command, 875;
fights Lee at Oettysburc, 880-888; hU oanUon, 880:
holds a council of war, 802 ; crosses the Potomac and
fights In Manassaa Gap, 808 ; Lee chases him im to Oen-
terville, 806; his advance to Mine Bon, 890 to 402;
Advances Into *' the Wilderness,*' 566; at Cold Harbor,
5S8; fails to hold the Woldon road, 587; pursnes Lee,
743.



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Hbaoesk, Bbi^.-Gbn. T. F., at Gaines's MiB,
les ; at Antietun, 208 ; ftt Fradericksburg, 846i

Mbghaniosyillk Ya., battle of, 153 ; UnioniBts
withdraw from, lOfi.

Mbigb, M. 0., Quartermaster-General, 433.

ICemphis, Tenn., gunboat fight Dear, 56; 67;
Borrender of to Federals, 67 ; Oen. Grant at, 894.

MiJKRn.Ti, QoL,j triumphs at Hartsville, 447.

MsRRncAO, Rebel iron-dad, in Hampton roads
light, 115-ldO; deBtroctfon ot 127-a

Mbrritt's Bbioadb, 389; at Five Forks, 733.

Knjs, Gbn., oaptures 600 Rebels near Peters-
burg, TOfli

IfiLBS, C!oL. D. Sm Burrenders Harper's Ferry,
andiskUled,201.

KiLLEDGEYiLLB, Ga., taken hy Sherman, 690.

HiLLER, CoL^ 81st Pa., killed at Fair Oaks, 148.

Mn.T.TKHN*8 Bbkd, 294; attack on, 319.

KnuKiN, Col., killed at Stone River, 281.

Mill Spbiko, Ky., battle of; 42 ; 44.

MiLBOY, Gen. R. H., at McDowell, Va., 132-3;
at CroM-Kers, 188 ; at Great BtUH-at Gainesville, 188 ;
abandons Winoheater, STL

IfiNB Run, Ya., Gen. Meade's advanoe to, 399.

MnrOB C0N7LE0T»^
Aiken, 8.0.704.
Allatoona, Tenn.. 689.
Apaoh6Paa8,N.M.,94.
Appomattox, Ya., 748.
Aransas Pass, Tex., 841.
Arrow Rock, Ark., 4SA.
Athen^ Ala., 67&
Bachelor's Gr%N. a, C68.
Bailer's Creek, Ya., 69L
Batesville, Ark., 44T.
Baxter's Springs, I. T., 401
Bajon Fonrche, Ark., 45ft.
^yon Metea, Ark., 45L
flian's Station, Tenn., 022.
Bear River, Idaho, 4/A,
BelleviUe. Ohio. 400^
Benton, Miss., oHL
Bentonyille, Ark., 27.
Bermuda Handreds, 567.
Beveriy Ford, Ya., 869.
Beverly, W. Ya., 727.
Big Black. Miss.. 809.
Big BlneTMo., 561.
Big Greek, Ark., 554.
Blakely, Ala., 728.
Bloody Bridge, S. C, 588.
Blooming Gap, Ya. 10&
Boonsboro', M<L 208.
Boydton Road, Ya., 784
Boyle's Creek, Ala., 7ia
Brandy Station. Ya., 869.
Brashear City, La., 887.
Bridgeport, Ala., 72.
Bristow Stotlon, Ya., 296.
Bnckland's Mills. Ya., 896L
Bashy Creek, L T., 88.
Cabin Creek, L T., 449.
Cache River Ark., 84.
Campbell's Station, 48L
Cane River, La., 54a
Oannoachee CriL Ga., 692.
Cape GIrardean, Mo., 44a
Camey^s Bridge, La., 82a
Oute/s Creek Pike, 28&
Charlton River, Mo., 86l
Charles City Road,Ya., 692.
Charlestown, Tenn.. 622.
Charlestown, Ya., 896w
Chattanooga, Tenn., 68a
Cheiboarg, France, 646.
Chesterfleld Br., Ya., 577.
Clinch's Station, Tenn., 28a
CofflBevllle, Miss. 286.
Colombia. ArkiTKL
Colnmbna, Ga., 719.
Congaree River, S. C, 699.
Ooosawhatchle, 8. 0, 468.



Coebv Creek, Tenn., 628.

CnmberUnd Gap,Tenn.,480.

Cynthiana, KrJm.

Dabney's Milt Ya., 726.

Dam Na l,York R.,Ya.,112L

Dandridge, Tenn., 02a

Deatonsville, Ya., 740.

Decatur, Ala., 678.

Deep Bottom, Ya., 689.

DonaldsonviUe. La., 88a

Dover, Tenn., 28a

Droop Mountain, Ya., 404.

Dublin StaUon, W. Ya., 600.

"^ t, Miss., 695.

kbethtown, Kv., 288.

Emmitsburg Road, Md.,889.

Falling Waters, Md., 892.

Falmouth, Ya., 8C2.

Farmlngton, Tenn., 48a

FayetteviUe, Ark., 44a
do. (Curtis'B), 561.

Fayetteville, Ga., 68a

Fort Blunt, LT., 449.

Fort De Russv, Ll, 587.

Fort Gibson, L ^7454

Fort Gilmer, Va., 598.

Fort Gregg, Va. J84

Fort Harrison, Va., 59a

Forts Jackson and St Phil-
ip, La., 89.

Fort Macon, N. C, 79.

Fort Pemberton, Miss., 297.

Fort Rosecrans, Tenn., 6Sa

Fort Smith, Ark. 556i

Fort Steedman, Ya.. 72a

Fort Sumter (assault), 481.
do. (bombardment), 46a

Fort Wagner (assaultX47a

Franklin, Tenn., 28a

Front Royal, Va., 184

GaIUtin,Tenn.,2ia

Glasgow, Mo., Ma

Grand GuU; Miss., 802.

Greensbure. Ky. 687.

Grenada, MissJjsl5.

Gum Swamp, s. C, 48a

Harpeth River, Tenn., 787.

Harrison. Mo., 667.

Harrisonbuiw, Va., 187.

HartsvlUe, Ma, 447.

Hartsville, Tenn., 271.

Hatchie River, Miss., 280.

Haymarket, Ya., 182.

Henderson's Hill, La., 587.

Holly Springs, Miss., 2Sa

Honey Hill^.C., 69a

Honey Springs, L T., 449.



Independenee, Mo., 86; 560.
Jackson, Miss., 817.
James island, S. C. 476i
James River, Va. 727.
Jefferson, Va., 896.
Jenkins's Feny, Ark., 5Ca
Jericho Ford. Ya., 577,
Johnsonville, Tenn., 679.
Jonesboro'^^KL, 68a
Jonesville, Ya. 59a
Kelly's Ford, Va., 89a
Kemstown JiTa., 114
Kingsport, Tenn., 68a
Kinston, N. C, 80.
KirksviUe, Mo., 85.



Pleasant Grove, L^541.
Plymouth, N. C, 668.
Pocahontas, Ark., 45L
PoovtoUgo, 8. C, 46a
Pomeroy, Ohio, 40a
Poolesville, Md^ 862.
Port Conway, Ya., 894
Port Gibson, Miss., 297.
Port ReDublic, Va., 189L
Fonnd Gap, Ky., 42.
Prairie d'Anne, Ark., 668^
Prestonbnrg, Ky., 42.
Pulaski, Tenn., 67a
Quaker Road, Va., 78a
Rappahannock Station, 894



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Martinsbuiv Va., 60a
Maysvllle,Ma,87.
McConnellstown, Pa. 604
McDowell. Va., 18a
McMinnville, Tenn., 285l
Memphis, Tenn., 66 ; 622.
MIddletown, Ya., 870.
Milford,Mo.,2a
Milton. Tenn., 284
Mine Explosion, Va., 699.
Mine Run, Va., 401.
Mitchell's Creek, Abu, 721.
Montevallo, Ahi., 717.
Moorefleld, W. Va., 6OT.
Morganiia, La., 840.
Morristown, Tenn., 624.
Mossy Creek, Tenn., 628.
Mount Sterling^y.; 024
Mnnfordsville, Ky^ 2ia
Murfreesboro', Tenn. 2ia
Newbem,N.C.,482.
New Bridge, Va., 141.
New CrcekjW. Va., 598
New Hope Church, Ga.,620.
New Madrid, Mo., 54
Newnan, Ga., 68a
Newtonia,Mo.,87;661.
North of Farmvllle,Ya., 742.
Okolona, Miss., 617.
Old River, La., 82a
Oldtown, Md., 607.
Opelonsas, La., 84a



West Point, Ga..720.



Orangeburg, S. C, 699. White Oak Ridgo, Ga., 44a

Orchard Ridge, Tenn. 48a White Oak Road, Ya, 781.
Paducah, Ky., 6ia Williston Station, S. C, 704

Palne's X-Roads, Va., 740. Wilson's WbarC Va., 5S4
Palmetto Ranche^ex., 767. Winchester, Va., 186; do.,
Parker's X-roads,Tenn.,28a da, 60a
Petersburg Lines, Vs., 784 Wlse^s Forks. N. C, 714
Philadelphia, Tenn., 481. Wood Lake, Minn. 464
Pilot Knob, Ma, 667. Wytheville, Va., 408: 699.

Pine Blufll Ark., 46a Yazoo City, Miss., 818 ; 617.

Pineville, Ma, 46a Yellow Tavern, Va., 674

Plaquemine, La., 88a 2iollicoffer, Tenn., 2da

Mississippi, railroads broken in, 71-2; Rose-
crans in, 76; cavalry raids to Grenada, 616; desultory
expeditions between Virginia and the, 616; Sovy
Smith's foilure in, 617.

Missouri, reoccupied hy Rebels, 26; guerrilla
operotlons in, 26; 85-6; Pope routs and drives Rebels
into Ariiansas, 20-7 ; organisation of militia, 86 ; Union-
ists advance into Arkansas, 85-6 ; Shelby's raid into,
466; Marmadnke's raid into, 446 to 448; Quantrell's
raid into Western, 450: Cabell's raid in, 468; Roa«-
crans commands in, 566 ; Price's last raid into, 557 to
662; Price chased out oi; 661.

MiTOHBL, Gkn. 0. M, at Bowling Green, Ky., 51 ;
advance to Rnssellvills and Bridseport, All^ 72; hla
energy, 72; death ot, at Port Royal, 72.



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MrroHBLL, Gen. R. B., at PerryviUe, 220.

ICiTOHELLSViLLE, Morgan's raid on, 271.

Ma, Col. S. H., killed at Petersburg, Va., 686.

Mobile Bat, the fight in, 641 ; the outer defenses
ot, 649; map of the defenses o(^ 600.

Mobile, Ala., preparations for attack on, 721 ;
722; Maory abftndoDS, 724.

Monitor, arrival of the, at Fortress Monroe, 118 ;
light ot, with the Merrimao, 118; 119.

MONOCACY, Lew Wallace defeated at the, 603.

MONEOB, John T., Mayor of New Orleans, re-
Aises to Borrender the ci^, 96-6; his letters to Admi-
ral Fanturnt 95-6; allndon to, 97; 98-9; Imprisoned
by Gen. Butler, lOd.

MoNTOOMEET, CoL., at Vicksburg, 316.

MoNTOOiCERT, Ala., captured by Gen. WDson, 719.

Moore, Col. A. B., surpirised and captured, 271.

Moore, Col., 8th Tenn., killed at Stone River, 281.

Moore, Col. C' H., worsted by Morgan, 405.

Morgan, Gen. John H., 212; 271; his raid,

282; is defeated at Yanght's Hill, 284; raid into Indi-
ana and Ohio, 406; his capture and escape, 407; Is
killed in East Tennessee, 40a

Morgan, Gen. Geo. W., abandons Cumberland
Gap, 214 ; at siege of Vicksburg, 280 ; at capture of Fort
Hindman, 298.

Morgan, Major, charges at Pleasant Hill, 543.

MORGANZIA, La., surprised by the Bebels, 340.

Morrell, Gen., engaged at Gaines's Mill, 155.

Morris Island, Gen. Strong established at, 47 5 ;
fUlore to blow up the "New Ironsides^ at, 482.

Morris, Gbn. L. 0., killed at Cold Harbor, 682.

Morris, Gen. W. H., at the Wilderness, 671.

Morton's Engineers, at Stone River, 276.

MosEBY, Col. John S., his movements,. 727.

Mosquito Inlet, naval expedition to, 459.

Mound City, gunboat, boiler exploded, 67.

Mower, Gen., at Corinth, 226 ; at Vicksburg,
811 ; at Pleasant Hill, 648 ; in Missouri, 569.

Mulligan, Col., 16th Ga., killed at Antietam,210.

Mulligan, Gbn. (Union), killed, 606.

MuMPORD, Wm. B., hanged at N. Orleans, 100-1.

MuNFORDSViLLE, Ky., fight at, 216.

Munroe, Col., charges at FayetteviUe, Ark., 448.

MuRPREESBORO*, Tenn., capture of, 212.

MuRPHv, Col. R. C, 8th Wis., abandons luka,
222 ; aurrenden HoUy Springs, 287 ; is cashiered, 287.

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Nagleb, Gen. H. M., at Seven Pines, 142-4;
wounded, 14a *

Nashville, Tenn., occupied by Unionists, 63;
railroad reopened to, 270; stores accumulated at, 272-
battle of. 685; losses and captures, 68&

Nassau Island, focus of blockade runners, 643.

Natchez, Miss., surrenders, 104.

National Debt — Currency depredation, 663-4.

National Finances, Gov. Chase on the, 661.

National Union Party, Platform of, 1864, 659.

Negley, Gen. J. a, at Stone River, 274.

Negro Soldiers, in the Revolutionary war, 611 ;
Conpess subieots negroes to conscription, 519; use of,
in aid ofthe JEtebelllon, 521; 522; the Confederates on
arming, 528; President Lincoln on protecting, 526;
progress in raising. 527; Bancroft's history on. 611-12;
Dr. Franlclln on, 51B ; King George employs, 51^ ; Jack-
son's use o£ at New Orleans, 514; Gen. Hnnter, Mr.
WiokUffe of Ky., and Secretary Stanton on, 616-16 ;
Gen. Phelps on. 517; Gen. Butler in response, on, 518;
Gov. Andrew of Mass. raises three regiments ot 520 ;
they demand fhll pay, 520; Congress aanctlona the
claim of the, 691 ; impressment of by the Confederate
Government, 522; progress in raising, 526-7.

KBiLLi Gbn., at Chanoellorsville, 363.



Nelson, Gbn., wounded at Richmond, il4.

Newbern, N. C, taken by Bumside, 76.

New Hampshibb, State Election ot, *63, 486.

New Hope Church, occupied by Sherman, 638.

New Madrid, Mo., invested, 54; and taken, 54-5.

New Mexico, loyalty of regulars in, 19; saifa^
ings of, 20 ; action of her Legislature with Kfsrd ta
Slavery, 20>21; home guard organized, 21; Ctobjor-
ffanizes militia, 21 ; Rebels defeated near Fort 6^
21 ; Can by occuniee frontier posta, 22 ; Bebels sdTnee
to Fort Craig, 22; Santa F6, 24; fight at ApacbS Bm,
24; Bebels abandon the Territory, 25.

New Orleans, Gen. Butler's expedition araiiu^
81 to 106 ; importance ot to the Confedeney, S; mi^>
of approaches to, 8«; defenses dC, Si, 86-67; attsek oa
and passage of forts below, BS-94 ; destruction of nw-
erty at, 94; occupation otby Admiral i:Wnrat,)&-t;
occupaUon o^ by Gen. Butler, 97-101, 10«; elaeti
Union members of Congresa, lOOu

Kew Orleans Picaytme^ citation from, relatire to
defenses of New Orleana, SI

Newport News* reached by Porter's corps, ItL

Newton, Gen., at Gaines's Mill, 156; isidieTed,
664.

New York Citt, fired by emissaries, 611.

New York Riots of 1863, account of; 60M.

New York State Elbction of 1862, 484.

Niagara, U. a frigate, takes the Georgia, 646L

Niagara, Peace overtures at, 666.

Norfolk, Va., capture of, 127-8.

North Anna river, Grant advances to the, 51?.

North Carolina, Bumside's operations in, 7ML



O'Brien, Col., killed in New York by rioters, 606L
O'Connor, Col., 2d Wise., killed at second M

Rnn, 189.
Omo, Qen. Buell commands the Anny of the, 2il
Ohio, Morgan's raid mto, 406 ; Ohio Democwy

««. PresJdent Lincoln, 498L
Oliver, Col., at the siege of Corinth, 226.
Olustee, Fla, Gen. T. Seymour defeated at 631.
Opdtcke, Gen., his heroism at Franklin, 682.
Opequan, Va., Sheridan's victory at, 606.
Ord, GE!f. Edward 0. C, at luka, 223 ; atTido-

burg, 815; at Petersburg, 784.
" Order op Akertcan KinGHTS," their organi»-

tion and deslgna, 55ft.
Orbto, or Florida, a Rebel corsair, S43.
O'RoRKB, Col., killed at Gettysburg, 388.
OsTBRHAUS, Gen. P. J., at the capture of Fort

Hindman, 298 ; at Vicksburg, 812; with ShennsDJt

his great march from Atlanta to Savannab, 089 to tf&
Ox Hill, Ya., Jackson strikes Beno at, 188.



Painb, Col. Halbert E., 4th Viae., reftises to

expel colored refkigees fW)m bis camp, 945.
Palmer, Gen. John IL, at Stone Rirer, 277;

at Obickamaums 4KWT.
Palmerston, Lord, his opinion of Gen. Butlers

order Na 28, lOa
Parke, Gen. John G., 73 : in attack on Kew-

bem, 78; in vesta Fort Miaoon, T»; at VlclMburf,814;

carries Rebel works at PetersborE, TM.
Parker, Joel, chosen Gov. of New Jeraej, 254
Parsons, Gbn. M., killed at Pleasant Hill, W4.
Patton, Col. G. a, at Wytherille and Lewis-

bnrg,Va.,408;404
Paul, Brio -Gbn., wounded at Gettysburg, 388.
Payne, Col., 2d La., wounded at Port Hndwn,

888w

Pea Ridob, battle of, 27 to 32; losses at, 31.



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PBACI Nbootlitions in Hunpton roads, 676.
Pbaob Oybbtukbs at Niagara and Bichmond,



Peck, Gen. Johk J., repels Longstreet at Suf-
folk, Y«., 8«7.

PueBAic, Gek., routed by Gillmore near Somer-
mL Ef ^ 427 : wounded at the WilderneM, 608; killed
abD»bney*»klll,Va.,7««.

Pelouze, Major, severelj wounded, 177.

Peuberton, Gen. John C, defeated at Cham-

Slon Hills, 807; hU defense and sarrender of Yicks-
nrg, 81(M&

Pendsb, Bbig.-Gen., at second Bull Bun, 189;
wounded mortally at Gettjsbarg, 880 ; 887 ; 889.

Pbnnstlyania Bbsebyes, at Gaines's Mill, 167 ;
in Wlilte Oak Swamp, 161-3 ; at second Boll Bon, 180.

Pennbtlyania, invaded by Lee, 393.

Pensaoola, retaken by Union forces, 469.

Pebozbl, Col., lOth Iowa, repulses Bebels at
Inka,8Mw

Pbbbyyillb, Ely., battle and map of; 2ia

PETEBSBUBa, ¥&, Lee's retreat fh>m, 739.

PBTTiaBEw, Bbig.-Gbn., wounded at Gettysburg,
889; killed at Falling Waters, 898.

Phelps, Gen. J. W., occupies Ship Island, 81 ;
issnes proclamation in regard to BlaTery, 82 ; on negro
soldiership, 617.

Philadeiphia, East Tenn., fight at, 431.

Phillips, Col., killed at Donaldsonville, La., 338.

Phillips, Col. W. A, routs raiders under Stand-
wade and Qoanti^ at Furt Gibson, 461

Phillips, Gen., charges at the Little Osage, 661.

PiOKETT, Gen., at Gettysburg, 380 to 387 ; as-
saults at Baohelor*s oreelc, S. 0., 688.

PiEEOB, Fbanklin, Bx-Prest, on the "War, 496-9.

PncB, Gen. Albebe, commands Indians at Pea

Bidge, 27-88.

Pillow, Gen. Gideon J., at Port Donelson, 47-61.
PiNETiLLE, Ma, fight by CoLCatherwood at, 460.
Pittsbueg Landing, Tenn., battle of, 68 to 71;

positions of Union forces, 69 ; no intrenehmenta, 69-60 ;

he Rebel attack; Prentiss's division roated, 61-2 r



MoOQemand worsted, 68 ; Rebels repulsed by Webster's
artillerT, 66-4; Buell arrives, 67: second day's battle,
67, 68^; extracts from Buell's report, 66; dispatches



from Beauregard, 66; 70; extracts ft^m his report, 60;
67; 69; 70; losses sustained, 70; renuurks of ** An Im-
pressed New Yorker," 60, 69, 71.

Pleasant Gboye, La., Gen. Emory stops the
Bebelsat,641. . ^ *~

Pleasant Hill, La., Banks's battle at, 643-4.

Pleasanton, Gen. A, at South Mountain, 196 ;
fights and wins, 206; fights with Stuart, 869; at Oet-
tysburg, 889; at Ohancellorsvllle, 868; sucoessfhl on
the Rapldan, 894; liis operations in Missouri, 609.

Pltmouth, N. C, Wesselto besieged by Hoke hi,

688-4
Pocotalioo, S. C, fight at, 463.
PoB, Capt., Engineers, defends Knozville against

Longstreet, 482.
PouGNAO, Pbinoe, beaten by A. J. Smith, 551.
PounoAL Mutations and Bbsults in 1864, 664.

POUnOAL OB ClYIL HlSTOBT OF 1863, 484.

Polk, Lbonidas, Bishop and Maj.-GeiL, aban-
dons Orinmbus, Ky., 64; allusion to, 60; at Stone
River, 276; at Chickamanga, 416; atKenesaw Moun-
tain, 629; kUled,629.

Pollabd, Edwabd a., on battle of Pea Bidge,
80; 81 ; on Indians at, 84; on battle of Prairie Grove,
41 : on capture of Fort Donelson, 61 ; on mob at Nash-
ville, 66; on destruction of proper^ at New Orleans
by Rebels, 94; on syacnation of Manassas. 112; on
Jackson's force in the Yalley, 114; on Rebel strength
at Yorktown, 120; on burning of Columbia, 8. a, 701 :
•n burning of Charleston, 702; on the eramiation of
Richnoond, 786.



Pope, Gen. John, in Missouri, 26 ; flanks Island
No. 10. 64-6; captures New Madrid and Island No. 10,
66; 66; Joins Halleck in Mississippi, 7t ; pursue*
Beauregard, 72 ; important letter intercepted by, 171 ;
commands the Army of Yirginia, 172 ; address to the
Army, 178; ou^es a diversion in favor of McClellan,
178; at Culpepper, 177; calls for rSenforcomcnts, 178;
his headquarters surprised, 178; moves toward Cen-
terville, 182; his plans to overwhelm Jackson, 188;
tries to turn Jackson's flank, 188 ; his report cf the
battle of second Bull Run, 186-6; appeals for rations,
&iO^ 186; defeated at Gainesville by I^ee and Jackson,
187; his retreat, 188; his disast^ 189-90; on tbo
causes of his defeat, 192 ; is succeeded by Gen. McClel-
Ian, 189.

Poet Conway, Va., Elpatrick crosses at, 394

Pobt Gibson, Miss., Grant orosses near, 303 ;
battle of, 806.

Port Hudson, La., passed by Farragut, 329;
Banks invests, 881; assaults, 888-4 ; surrendered, 88(1

Pobt Bepubuo, Ya., fights near, 137 ; 139.

PORTEB, Col. p. A, killed at Cold Harbor, 682.

Porter, Col. (Bebel), killed at HartsviUe, 447.

PoBTEB, Gen. Fitz John, defeats Bebels at
Hanover C H., 141-2; commands at Gaines's Mill,
166-7; at Malvern Hill, 166; at GalnesvlUe, 182-8-^^;
at Antietam, 20a

PoBTEB, Admibal D. B., in attack on defenses
of New Orleans, 88; 89; 97; at Yicksbnre, 101 : on the
Mississippi, 102; 104; passes the batteries of Ylcks-
burs^SOi ; attacks Grand Guli; 802; sends gunboats up
the Yazoo, 810; occupies Pensacola, 450 ; captures
Fort de Russy, 687; his fleet working down Red river,
647-8; his estimate of losses— both sides-on the Red
river, 648; resumes the guard of the Mississippi, 661 ;
his cotton transactions in Alexandria censured, 661-2 ;
at Wilmington, N. a, 709.

POSET, Gen. (Bebel), killed at Centenrille, 396.
Post, Col., wounded at Nashville, 686.
Post of Arkansas, taken by MoClemand, 293.
Post's Bbic^ade, at Nashville, Tenn., 686.
Potomac, scene of operations and importance of
* the, 171; the enemy's designs on the, 180; rScrossed

by Jackson, 199 ; Lee's retreat to the, 891.
Potteb, Hon. Elisha B., of R L, on the War

as affecting Slavery, 28d .

Pbairie d^Anne, Steele's battfe at, 662.
Pbaibib Gboye, Ark., battle at, 38-41.
Pbeblb, Com'b Geo. H., deceived and disgusted,

648.

Pbbntiss, Gen. Benj. M., 69: surprised at Pitts-
burg Lsnding 61; captured, 62; allusions to, 64; 70;
71 ; defends Helena, 820-21.

Pbbsidential Canvass of 1864 — ^its results,

6M.

Presidential Election, account of the, 671-2.

Preston, Col., defeats Union levies under Gen.
Manson. at Richmond, Ky., 214; at Chickamanga, 422L

Price, Gen. Sterling, 26 ; abandons Missouri,
27 ; at Pea Ridge, 28 ; wounded, 81 ; allusion to, 86 ; 67 ;
attacked by Roseorans, 228-226 ; unites with Yan Dom,
226; his charge at Corinth. 227-9; at Prairie d'Anne,
622; his last Missouri raid, 667; threatens Jefferson
City, 869 ; diased out of Missouri, 661.

Prince, ^sn., taken prisoner, 179.

Prisoners, exchanged, 272; retaliation, 625.

Pbitchabd, I/t.-Col., captures JeflT. Davis, 766.

Pboclamation, of Lee to Maryland, 193-4 ; of
Gen. Fremont, modifled by ordered the President, 289 ;
of Gen. Sherman to the people of South Carolina, 240:
of Gen. Bumside and Oom, Goldsborough to those oi
Roanoke Island, 244; of President Lincoln emandna-
Una slaves, 258-6; of Gen. Dix, to the people of Yir-
ginia east of Chesapeake bay, 24L

Pboctor^s Crekb:, Ga., fig^t near, ^34.
Prtob, Brig.-Gbn. Boger A, on the battle of

Glendale, 668.
Pulaski, siege and capture of fort, 467.
PuiiPKiNYiNa Cbbek, Ga., fight at, 628.



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QuABLXS, Gsr^ wounded at Frankliii, Tenn., 688.
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Ei.00009 FoRD^ Ya., Bebela crossinff at, 175.

EAID6, of J. EL K Stuart, around McCSellan's
armjr, IM; Into PennsylTaniA, Sll ; of Garter and
Wheel«r, 288; of Btrelgfat tnd Dod^e in Georgia, 285;
of StoDMnan, In Yiii^iai 865; of Forrest and John
Morgan, 210; of Grierton, 801-2: of Orsen, 888: of
Btoart aorost the Bappahannook, 852; of Morgan Into
Indiana and Ohki, 405; of Wheeler into East Ten nesaee,
488; ofBhelbr into Missoori, 458 ; of Rebel iron-elada
trom Charleston, 465; on the Sam Oat7,447; of Mar-
madnke in Miisonri, 446-8: of OolTeeat PineTllle,460;
of Qnaatrell to Lawrenoe, 460; of Cabell in the Indian
TerritoiT and Mlssonrl, 468 : Priee's last into Mlssoori,
667; of Kilpatriek and Dahlgren near Blohmond, 666:
of Wilson and Kautx to BnrksTllle, 687 ; oaralry raid
to Grenada, Miss., 616; Morgan's last into Kentucky,
628 ; of Stoneman to Maoon, 688 ; Davidson's and Grier-
6on% 696^; Dana's raid In North Alabama, 696; of
Wilson tbrooi^ Central Alabama, 717 ; of Bheiidan to
Charlottesville and the James, 727 ;

Rains, Gen. Jambs E., killed at Stone River, 282.



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