mas U. Dudley (now Bishop of Kentucky), of the Commissary Department at Richmond, Va., complimentary regarding the Bull's Gap affair and suggesting that Lieutenant J. Henry Cochran, formerly of my battery in Lee's army, be transferred to our department as my adjutant.
This letter, cordially endorsed with my approval, was also apprth hauling about any way. Remnants of McClung's, Barr's and Sawyer's men were merged into Lynch's battery.
January 18th, 1865.—Wytheville, Virginia. Lieutenant J. Henry Cochran reported to me for duty.
January 21st, 1865.—Captain Lynch sent to Grayson county, Virginia, to collect stragglers.
About this time General Breckinr, Christiansburg, Va., April 12th, 1865.
The artillery of this department having been this day disbanded, Major R. C. M. Page, Chief of Artillery, and Lieutenant J. H. Cochran, his adjutant, are hereby permitted to join any command they may select.
By order Brigadier-General John Echols. J. Stoddard Johnston, A. A. G.
ett, Capt. T. H., 91, 97.
Clark, Gen., 312.
Clarke, Gen., Geo. Rogers, 433.
Clarksville, Tenn., Confederate Reunion at, 350.
Clary's Farm, Engagement at, 194.
Clay, Hon. C. C., 274.
Clay, Capt. T. T., 381.
Clayton, Hon. A. M., 275.
Cleburne, Gen. P. R., 309, 365; Daring of, 374.
Clemens, inventor of the telegraph, Dr., 428.
Clements, Lt., 404.
Cleveland, Capt. J. S., 381.
Clyburne, Major T. F., 21.
Cobb's Mill, Battle of, 312.
Cochran, Lt., J. Henry, 65, 68.
Cockburn, Admiral, 434.
Cold Harbor, Battle of, 19, 21, 54, 258, 377.
Coleman, Capt. W. P., 22.
Coles' Island 120, 126, 131.
Coles' Plan of Monitor, Capt., 219.
Collart, Col., 299.
Colleges and schools in S. C., 3.
Colquitt, Gen., 132, 156, 298, 349.
Columbia, S. C., 30.
Columbus, Ky., 81.
Cone, Capt., 141.
Confederate Army 1861-1861, numbers of 256; contrasted with Federal, 257; cause, 410; constitution and government, 294; currency, 177; generals, abili