e under your direction, and we rely confidently on your skill and experience to render those movements effectual and crown them with victory.
Although not born to the sea, yet from early boyhood you were bred to the sea — in tender years you were among those who go down to the sea in ships and do business in the great waters.
At the age of nine years you received a midshipman's warrant in the navy of the United States, and, young as you then were, you served in the war of 1812, under Commodore Chauncey, chasing and skirmishing with the British fleet on Lake Ontario.
Passing through all the grades of the service, you became a post-captain, and in that capacity you bravely humbled the haughty Austrian in his attempt, in a foreign port, to oppress an embryo citizen of your country; and then and otherwise, during your prolonged career, you proved your fidelity to the once glorious, but now degraded, flag of Stars and Stripes, as long as it was an honor to serve under it. We look, sir, t
ll, Samuel S., II, 92, 93, 99, 416.
Carter, Judge, II, 149.
Cedar Mountain, battle of, Aug. 9, 1862, I, 305, 335.
Cerro Gordo, battle of, 1847, I196.
Chambliss, Col., II, 22, 94, 101.
Chancellorsville, battle of, May 3-5, 1863, I, 370-374, 377-382.
Chandler, Zachariah, I, 248, 324, 340, 359, 379; II, 171-174, 177, 178, 212, 253, 254, 260.
Chapman, Dr., I, 8.
Chapman, Gen., I, 289.
Chase, Salmon P., I, 9, 160, 235, 264, 380, 381, 388.
Chase, W. H., I, 14.
Chauncey, Capt., II, 162.
Chesney, Capt., II, 248, 249, 252.
Churubusco, battle of, 1847, I, 196.
Clarke, A. J., II, 79.
Clay, Henry, I, 16.
Clymer, Dr., Meredith, I, 263.
Coats, Col., William, I, 4.
Cobb, Mr., I, 249.
Cold Harbor, battle of, June 3, 1864, II, 200.
Coles, Col., II, 241.
Coles, Rev., II, 151.
Colfax, Col., II, 167.
Colgrove, Silas, II, 98.
Colladay, Samuel R., I, 384.
Collamore, Senator, II, 165.
Collins, Lieut., I, 266.
Collis, C. H. T.,
Private, Co. G, captured and wounded; released 25th April, 1865; and discharged 30th Sept. 1865, at Boston, Mass.
Harris' statement, in a pension application, is that he was taken to Charleston Jail, and after several months to Andersonville, thence to Montgomery, Ala., and finally to Annapolis, Md.
The list of men known to have been captured is closed with the following, of whose capture or release nothing further is known than the record gives:—
Private, Co. F; captured at Camden, S. C., 18th April, 1865; escaped and returned 2d July, 1865.
In conclusion, the following tribute to the class of troops of which our regiment was composed is extracted from the report of the Congressional committee:—
These troops entered the service and bore arms for the Union with the knowledge that the cold-blooded and infamous order of Jefferson Davis consigned them to death or slavery when captured, and that for them as soldiers there was t
134,274,290. Don Carlos, Mrs. Minnie, 89.
Dougherty, Miss Deborah, 408.
Dykeman, Mrs. M. J., 408.
Edgar, Mrs. T. D., 409.
Edwards, Miss, 89.
Elliott, Miss Melcenia, 48, 380-384.
Ellis, Mrs. Mary, 408.
Ellis, Miss Ruth L., 405.
Ely, Mrs. Dr., 409.
Engelmann, Mrs. Mary, 409.
Etheridge, Mrs. Annie, 218, 301.
Fales, Mrs. Almira, 47, 279-283.
Fales, Miss, 409.
Farr, Mrs. Lizzie H., 411.
Felton, Miss Mary, 411.
Ferris, Mrs., 408.
Field, Mrs. David Dudley, 62.
Filley, Mrs. Chauncey I., 408.
Fisk, Mrs. Clinton B., 408.
Flanders, Mrs. Benj., 89.
Flanders, Miss Fanny, 89.
Flanders, Miss Florence, 89.
Ford, Miss Charlotte, 406.
Francis, Miss Abby, 209.
Freeman, Mrs. Olive, 408.
Fremont, Mrs. Jessie B., 274, 408.
Frietchie, Barbara, 70-72, 76. Gardiner, Miss M., 301.
Gibbons, Mrs. A. H., 406.
Gibson, Mrs. E. O., 396, 399, 408.
Gibson, Mrs. Peter, 410.
Gillis, Miss Agnes, 405.
Gilson, Miss Helen L., 45, 47, 52, 55,
133-148, 232, 301, 316. Gove, Miss Emi