ry much not to have the means of contributing to your interesting object.
The records of the army belonged to it, of course, and, I apprehend were lost, or greatly reduced, by the march into and out of Tennessee in the last days of 1864.
All that was then saved is now in possession of Colonel Kinloch Falconer, of Holly Springs, Miss.
You may remember him as assistantadjutant-general of the army.
I have just written to request him to give you any information contained in his records.
General Bragg's arrangement of the artillery of Tennessee was a reserve of six or eight batteries under a lieutenant-colonel, and a distribution of the remainder—a battery brigade.
In the early spring of 1864, it was more completely organized into a reserve of three or four battalions, under a brigadier-general, and into regiments—one for each corps.
I wish very much that the application for service with me, made by the company March 4, 1865, had been received, for I should have had a very great p
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. John C, 146; Escape of, 313.
Bradford, C. S. Navy, Capt. W. L., 291.
Brandon, Capt., Lane, Impetuosity of, 30.
Brandy Station, Battle of, Battery, on the retreat from Gettysburg, 368. 374.
Curtis, Gen. N. M., 284.
Darby, Enroughty, 364.
Darling, Sir, Charles, 170.
Davidson College, N. C, 340.
Davis. Jeff. His Rise and Fall of the Confederacy cited, 123; his partiality for Bragg, 144.
Davis, Mrs, Jefferson, 340.
Deserters, Execution of, 265.
Denman, Buck, his noble tenderness, 30.
Dillard, Hon. A. W., 208, 287.
Dinwiddie C. H., Action at, 75.
Dispatch, Richmond, Va., cited, 177, 304 360.
Dixie, Music and