T., 233, 236, 295, 299, 300, 301,302, 303, 305, 306,307, 308, 309, 312, 315, 317, 382, 386, 387, 396. Dispatches from Confederate Commissioners at Washington, 238.
Correspondence concerning bombardment of Fort Sumter, 244-49.
Bombardment of Fort Sumter, 252-53.
Conference with Davis, 312-13.
Letters from Davis concerning Manassas, 317-18.
Plan for Manassas and endorsement, 319-21.
Letter from Davis concerning organization of troops by states, 385-86.
Beckham, Lieut., 325.
Bee, Gen., Barnard, 310.
Bell, John, 44, 45.
Belmont (Mo.), Battle of, 345-46.
Beltzhoover, —, 345.
Benjamin, Judah P., 391. Selected as Attorney-General (Confederacy), 207-09.
Berrien, —, 13-14.
Bethel Church, Battle of, 297.
Bigler, —, 58.
Bingham, S. K., 215.
Blair, Austin, 215. Col. F. P., 359, 364.
Montgomery, 233-34, 238.
Bonham, Gen. M. L., 260,307, 308, 309.
Booneville, Battle of, 364.
Boston Memorial Presentation to Congress, 140.
Extract on equali<
h which, one month later, he eluded Patterson's army of more than thirty thousand, and hurled his own from the mountains upon McDowell, was the master-stroke of Manassas—Johnston's rear column, under Kirby Smith, coming upon the field, just as Barnard Bee was falling, and Jackson's Stonewall the last Gibraltar.
Just when the South Carolina Brigade was hardest pressed, an aide or courier of Bee, meeting Johnston, asked, Where are your Virginians?
In the thickest of the fight, was the Spartan aBee, meeting Johnston, asked, Where are your Virginians?
In the thickest of the fight, was the Spartan answer.
It was a victory won by an army which itself barely grazed defeat, and one, therefore, difficult to pursue.
But in this cursory glance one thing cannot be omitted—the full credit which Johnston everywhere gives Beauregard.
The bold design submitted by the military officers, in a council of war, at Manassas in September, 1861, to concentrate at that point the strength of the Confederacy, even at the cost of leaving bare of defense points more remote, so that there might be taken an a
Gen. Turner W., how killed, 224.
Association of Army of Northern Va., Virginia Division; Reunion of, 57; officers of, 103; Louisiana Division of, 160.
Augusta Battery, 262.
Avery, Hon. A. C., 110, 340.
Badeau's History of Grant, cited, 61.
Badger, Richard, 110.
Baker, Hon. Richard H., 336.
Baker, Sallie, 37.
Barlow, U. S. A., Gen, 338.
Barringer, Gen., Rufus, 340.
Battaile, J. E., Poem of, 201.
Battery Gregg, 77.
Battery Lamb, 289
Beauregard, Gen. G. T., 376.
Bee, Capt., Barnard, 115.
Beecher, Rev., Henry Ward, 200.
Beecher, Rev., Thos. K., 17.
Bentonville, Battle of, 149.
Bethel, Battle of, 118
Bibles Through the Blockade, 265.
Bland, C. C., Heroism of, 271.
Blanton, Corporal L. M., 109.
Blockade Running, 263.
Blocker, Capt. C. H , 280.
Bloody Angle, The, 228.
Bordunix, William, 343.
Bowles, C. S. Navy, Surgeon R. C., 294.
Bragg, Petition for the removal of Gen.; favored by President Davis, 143, 266, 325.
Breckinridge, Gen. Jo