a trusty comrade of the editor in F Company and a gallant soldier.
He is now a valued citizen of Richmond and bears in halting knee the evidence of a severe wound.]—Ed.
The middle of August, 1862, found Jackson's Corps camped at the foot of Clark's mountain, in Orange county.
Here he was joined by General Lee with Longstreet's Corps.
After a few days' needed rest, the army broke camp on August 20th, and marched in the direction of Pope's army, Jackson's Corps marching over Clark's mountClark's mountain and crossing the Rapidan river at Summerville Ford.
As Pope had retreated behind the Rappahannock river, we made direct for that.
After trying several fords along that river with the seeming intention of crossing, the morning of the 25th of August found our corps near the village of Jeffersonton in Culpeper county.
Orders were given the men to cook three days rations and be ready to move as soon as possible.
A short time after we were ordered to fall in, the time was so short that none
Carter, Colonel Thomas H., 233.
Cedar Creek, Battle of, 223; forces at, 225; casualties in, 231.
Cavalry, Reorganization of, in 1862, 6
Chamberlain, General J. L., 355.
Chambersburg, Burning of, 93.
Chandler, Colonel C., killed, 336.
Charlotte Rifles, 18th Va., 216.
Chase, Salmon P., 29.
Chattanooga, Location of, 300.
Chickamauga, Battle of, 154, 299; position of Forrest at, 302; losses at, 309.
Claiborne Guards, Organization of, 329.
Clay, Henry, 30.
Clark, Governor Henry F., 291.
Clifford, Mrs. B. G., 99.
Cline, William R., 243.
Cobb, General T. R. R., killed, 273.
Cold Harbor, Battle of, 336.
Color-Bearers, Gallantry of, 241.
Compton, Sergeant W. A., 203.
Confederation, Articles of, 13.
Confederate, Diplomacy, 102; commissioners to Europe, 108; capture of Mason and Slidell, 108; needs in arms, etc., 111;
Cotton obligations proposed, 112; Treasury—gold of, guarded to Atlanta, 157; Naval School, 157; iron-clads blown