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Carolina, V., 70. Artillery: United States, II., 17 V., 13, 18, seq.; guns in position, V., 13, 24, seq.; organization of, V., 22, seq.; at Cedar Mountain, V., 34, seq.; heavy guns, V., 35, 52, 140; at Second Manassas, Va., V., 36; at Shiloh, Tenn., V., 44; at Petersburg, Va., V., 45, 54; British criticism, V., 54; Sherman's march, V., 50; at Fort Pulaski, Ga., V., 147; First Wisconsin, VIII., 248; First Ohio, VIII., 249. Asboth, A. S., I., 358. Asboth, A., X., 217. Ashbrook, Lieut. attempt to burn New York City, VIII., 302. Ashby, T.: I., 352; IV., 76, 77, 98, 102, 104, 106, 168, 170, 172, 174, 177, seq.; X., 149. Ashby, J. R. Thompson, IX., 84. Ashby's Gap, Va., III., 326. Ashhurst, surgeon, VII., 226. Ashland, Va., III., 82, 320, 322. Ashley Station, Ark., III., 330. Aspern, losses at, X., 140. Assistant Quartermaster's office, VIII., 38. Assistant surgeons: in the Union Army who became famous in after life, V