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tion of, 412-416.

Richmond "Enquirer," 80, 90.

Richmond Light Infantry Blues, 110,
166, 170, 186, 188.

Rio de Janeiro, 1, 2, 191.

Rip-raps, 167, 196.

Ritchie, Thomas, 90.

Roanoke County, 236.

Roanoke Island, 173, 190, 206.

Roanoke, the ship, 198, 201.

Robertson, General, of Tennessee,
379.

Robins, Colonel Obedience, 15.

Robins family, 17.

Robinson, Colonel Tully, 27.

Robinson, Scarburgh, 27.

Rockbridge County, 233, 236.

Rocky Mount, 212, 219, 223-227.

Rocky Ridge Rifles, 106.

Rolleston, 152, 157, 207, 209, 211.

Roman, Colonel, 318.

Ross family, 239.

Rosser s brigade, 285.

Rough and Ready, 30.

Rude s Hill, 303.

Rutherford, Miss Emily and family,
397, ff .

Rutherfords of Rock Castle, 139.

Sailors Creek, 427, 428.
Salt-boilers, in Accomack, 13.
Saltville, Va., 373-391.
Saunders s Alabama brigade, 366.
Savage family, 29.
Scarburgh family, 17.
Scarburgh, Captain Edmund, 15, 26.
Scarburgh, Colonel Edmund, 17.
Scarburgh, Sir Charles, 17.
Scarburgh, Hannah, 26.
Schofield, General, 210.
School system, why there was none

in the South, 64.
Schools, 47, 48, 57, 70, 137, 140-166.



Scotch-Irish Presbyterians, 235-243,

293.

Scott, Dame, of Fauquier, 69.
Scott, General Winfield, 102-104.
Secession, 48, 135, 157.
Seddon, Mrs., of Goochland, 69.
Seddons of Sabot Hill, 139.
Selden, Lieutenant William B.,

killed, 186.

Seldens of Orapax and Norwood, 139.
Selma, Ala., 161.
Semmes, Colonel Thomas M., 258.
Sergeant, Hon. John, 33.
Servants, domestic, in the South, 66.
Seven Days Battles, 214.
Seven Pines. 212.
Seward, William H., 75, 116, 134,

144.

Sewell s Mountain, 170.
Sewell s Point, 196, 209.
Shaw, Colonel, of North Carolina,

182.
Shenandoah valley, 58, 233, 235, 288,

310.

Sheridan, General Philip, 354.
Sherman, General W. T., 1, 9, 450.
Shinplasters, 215.
Shipp, Colonel Scott, 246, 292, 298,

302, 314.

" Shockoe Hill Cats," Richmond, 59.
Shot-making, Confederate, 276.
Shriver, Cadet, 265-267 ; wounded,

302.

Sigel, General Franz, 291.
Silver craze, 54.
Simpkins family, 17.
Sisson s Kingdom, 385-390.
Skipwiths, the, 139.
Slave-owner, referred to as, 47.
Slave sale, 80.
Slave trade, 4.

Slavery, 34, 36, 48, 64, 80, 148, 151.
"Slavery, The Divine Origin of,"

145.
Slaves, scenes with, 47, 52, 74, 119,

153, 318, 375, 433, 458 ; attitude of

the North toward escaped, 113,

114.

Slidell, Senator, 115.
Smith family, 17, 29.
Smith, General " Baldy," 315.
Smith, Commander, 200.
Smith, General F. H., 100, 244, 315.
Smith, John, 10 ; his map of Vir
ginia, 12.

Smithfield, Va., 14.
Smith s Island, 10.
Snead family, 29.
Solomon, a slave, 47.
Somersetshire, 26.



INDEX



473



Sothern, Ned, 66.

South Carolina, 145, 157.

South Side, Va., 63.

Southern flags first seen, 157-160.

Southern ignorance, falsehoods con
cerning, (>3, 64.

Southside Railroad, 328, 416.

Spartan Band of Richmond, 58.

Speculation in Confederacy, 216-218.

Spotswood, Governor, 235.

Spottsylvania Court House, 308.

Sprague, Cadet, 257.

Stanard, Cadet, 297, 307.

Stanard, Judge and Mrs., 69.

Stanards of Bendover, 139.

Stars and Stripes, 3, 9, 50, 160.

Staunton, Va., 287, 289, 308.

Staunton River bridge, 328.

Stevenson, Major-General Carter,
448.

Stingaree, 12.

Stingaree Point, 12.

Strawberry Hill, Va., 214.

Stuart, General J. E. B., 330.

Sturtevant, Captain Nat, 340.

St. Lawrence, the ship, 198, 201.

Suffolk, Va., 210.

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Rio de Ja
neiro, 1.

Suggs family, 261, 367.

Sumner, Charles, 114, 116, 117.

Sumner, Colonel, U. S. A., 126.

Surry County, Va., 12.

Sussex County, Va., 12.

Sutherlin, Major, of Danville, 444.

Tabb, Colonel William B., 397.

Taliaferro, General William B., 161.

Tanner s Creek, 164.

Tayloes, the, 219-221.

Taylor, Colonel W. H., 342.

Tazewell, Littleton, 68.

Teniers paintings, stolen from Rol-
leston, 208-211.

Terrapin on Eastern Shore of Vir
ginia, 14.

Thayer, Colonel, Founder of West
Point Academy, 24(5.

Theatre at Richmond, 93.

Thompson, John R., 69.

Tidewater, Va., 63.

Tidewater Virginians, 365.

Tinsley, Peter, 220.

Tompkins, Captain Sally, 394.

Topsy, 76, 77.

Traveler, General Lee s horse, 343.

Trevillian, Colonel John M., 139.

Trimble, Colonel, killed, 383.

Troop ships, United States, 1.

Tucker, Commander, 199.



Turkeys on Smith s map of Virginia,

12.
Turner, Nat, leader of insurrection,

74.
Tyler, President John, 159.

" Uncle Tom s Cabin," the play seen,

76.
Uniform of Confederates, suggested

by Seventh N. Y. Regiment, 111.
Union officers, bearing ,of, towards

jConfederates, 457.
Upshur family, 17, 29.
Upshur s Neck, 29.

Vassas, Mile., 70.

Venable, Colonel Charles S., 342,

360, 3(51.
"Village Blacksmith," Herring s,

208-210.

Virginia capes, 10, 14.
Virginia dismembered, 462.
Virginia Military Institute, 100, 231,

234, 244-275 ; burning of, 312.
Virginia regiments, 186.
Virginia settlers, various types of,

232, 233.

Virginia thoroughbreds, 67.
Virginia s position in the Union in

1856-60, 61-63.
Viva voce voting, how conducted,

55.
Von Boerck, Baron Heros, 402, 405.

Wade, Senator Benjamin, 115-117.
Walker, General H. H., 412.
Walker, General Lindsay, 214, 268.
Waples family, 29.
Ward family, 17.
Warren, General, 354, 362.
Warwick, Lieutenant Barksdale,

318, 398.

Warwick, Bradfute, 69.
Warwick family, 139.
Washington, General George, 50, 54,

98, 138, 238, 28(5, 287.
Washington, Colonel Lewis, 128.
Washington and Jefferson College,

238, 314.

Washington and Lee University, 238.
Washington statue, unveiling of,

98.

Watch crystals, speculation in, 217.
Watts family, 219.
Wedding, a Confederate, 397.
Weisiger, General, 362.
West Augusta, 236, 238.
West family, 17.

West, Lieutenant-Colonel John, 27.
West, Matilda, 27.



474



INDEX



West Point, 1, 3, 59, 100, 129, 175,

17G, 234, 246.

Wharton, General "Gabe," 293, 296.
Wheelwright, Cadet, killed, 302.
"White House set," 403.
White Sulphur Springs, 67, 167.
Whittier, John G., 134.
Wide-awake processions, 403.
Wigfall, Miss, 403.
Wilkins, Sergeant, 422.
Will, a rebel, 461.
William and Mary CoUege, 89, 165,

236.

Williamsburg, Va., 26.
Williamson, Captain, U. S. N., 172,

192.
Williamson, Colonel Thomas H.,

261.

Willoughby s Spit, 196, 209.
Wilson, General James H., 328, 333,

337.
Wise family, 17, 23, 26.



Wise, Captain George D., 322, 327.
Wise, Governor Henry A., 3-9, 27,

31, 38, 48-50, 53, 58, 79, 108, 119,

132, 157, 160, 165, 170, 191, 195,

206, 211, 297, 315, 346, 366, 394,

427, 438.

Wise, Rev. Henry A., 165, 220, 442.
Wise, Captain Henry A., Jr., 260,

261, 302.
Wise, Louis, C. H. F., 244, 276,

305.

Wise, Cadet L. W., 261.
Wise, Captain O. Jennings, 69, 79,

89, 166, 173, 184, 186, 188, 189.
Wise, Hon. Richard A., 47, 48, 91,

180, l5, 196, 207, 318, 431, 448.

Yeardley family, 17.

Yerby family, 29.

Young, Brigham, 146.

Young Guard Battalion, 106, 111.

Young, John B., 70.




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