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records, V., 256; works around Richmond, Va., V., 260; Engineers, Virginia, V., 256, 258; Third Corps, artillery equipment, V., 70; VIII., 166; Wheeler's Corps, X. 268. Corps D'afrique, II., 205. Correspondents, War, VIII., 293. Corse, J. M., II., 304; III., 216, 218; X., 89. Corse, M. D. X 317. Corydon Ind. IV., 134. Coryphoeus,, U. S. S., II., 330. Coston signals Viii., 316. Cotton, , C. S. S., II., 330. Cotton: exports of, by the South in 18Corse, M. D. X 317. Corydon Ind. IV., 134. Coryphoeus,, U. S. S., II., 330. Coston signals Viii., 316. Cotton, , C. S. S., II., 330. Cotton: exports of, by the South in 1860 and 1861, VI., 26; increased value of, VI., 123; importance of, to Confederacy in ‘61, VI., 30, 32. Cotton plant, Ark. (see also Bayou Cache, Ark.), I., 368. Couch, D. N.: II., 94, 108, 328, 334; X., 179, 190. Courier, the, Rome, Ga., IX., 31. Couriers: IV., 186; or despatch bearer, one instance of risk taken by, IV., 198, 200; the most daring and swiftest during the war, IV., 200, 202; Union and their hard-ridden horses, IV., 210, 211. Courtland bridge, Ala., I