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76, 78; rations supplied prisoners at, VII., 80; number of prisoners at, VII., 84 seq.; cemetery at, VII., 119; interior of stockade, VII., 119; hunting roots for firewood at, VII., 129; issuing rations in, VII., 131; prison at, VII., 134 seq., 170 seq.; Dead Line at, VII., 175; huts built up, Dead Line at, VII., 177; interior of stockade at, VII., 177; burying the dead at, VII., 179. Andrew, J. A., IX., 154. Andrews, C. C., II., 343; X., 217. Andrews, E. B., X., 23. Andrews, G. L., X., 215. Andrews, J. J.: VII., 21; executed as a spy, VIII., 277. Andrews, S., VIII., 126. Ann, British steamer, VI., 314. Ann Maria, British schooner, VI., 316. Annapolis, Md.: V., 80; naval academy at, VI., 50, 70; camp at, VII., 107; VIII., 89. Annapolis Junction, Md.: New York Seventh arrives at, VIII., 67. Anthony & Co., chemists, I., 31, 42, 44; III., 170. Antietam, Md.: I., 53, 61, 62; view of battle field, I., 65, 132; churches,