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., 256; Sixth Vermont with, VIII., 65; X., 177, 184. Army of the Southwest, X., 176. Army of the Tennessee: II., 144, 292, 346; III., 19, 106, 134, 222, 318, 322, 326, 342, 345; VII., 310; X., 168. Army of Virginia: II., 18, 20, 40, 320, 322; IV., 324; V., 32 seq.; VIII., 201; X., 174. Army of West Tennessee: II., 148. Army of Western Tennessee, I., 360. Army of West Virginia: III., 152, 322, 324, 326, 328; X., 177, 178. Armies, Veteran, VIII., 221. Armistead, L., X., 151. Armistead, L. A., brigade, L, 366; II., 261, 262, 263, 324. Armories, Federal, V., 126. Armory of Louisiana militia company Viii., 143. Armory Square Hospital: Washington, D. C., VII., 291, 293. Arms, variety of, VIII., 82. Arms and ammunition, American superiority of, V., 142. Arms and equipment of Southern army Viii., 128, 130, 140. Arms blanche (saber), or the rifle, a debated question in cavalry equipment, IX., 18, 19. Armstead, Western photographer, IV