ter at, 611.
Andover, Mass., President Pierce's son killed, 1020.
Andre, tried by military commission, 843, 916.
Andrew, Gov. John A., interview on war, 161-162; action by, to have Massachusetts troops in readiness, 162, 163,165, 166; detailes at Charleston Convention, 134; presides at Baltimore Convention, 144; in Mexican War, 303; refused army appointment by Andrew, 308; opinion regarding Trent affair, 318.
Cushing, Lieut. J. W., on Butler's staff, 896.
cook, Jay, on the nationaed, 913-914.
Jomini, on the battle of Marengo, 865.
Jones, Col. E. F., inspects Sixth Regiment, 163; letter to Governor Andrew, 165; leaves Boston with regiment, 174; on march through Baltimore, 176-181; recruiting the Twenty-Sixth Massachusetcame through, 751.
Trent affair, 316, 324.
Tribune concedes right of secession, 141-142; abuse from, 142; letter to Andrew printed in, 216; news extract regarding contrabands, 263; on to Richmond, 267-289; article reflecting upon Hancock publis