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finement, courtesy, and chivalry. Of their keen susceptibility the mayor informed Commodore Farragut in his correspondence with that officer. When the needy barbarians of the upper plains of Asia descended upon the classic fields of Italy, their atrocities were such as shocked the common sense of humanity; if any one shall inquire minutely into the conduct of Butler and his followers at New Orleans, he will find there a history yet more revolting. Soon thereafter, on May 17, 1862, Captain Eagle, United States Navy, commanding the naval forces before Galveston, summoned it to surrender, to prevent the effusion of blood and the destruction of property which would result from the bombardment of the town, adding that the land and naval forces would appear in a few days. The reply was that, when the land and naval forces made their appearance, the demand would be answered. The harbor and town of Galveston were not prepared to resist a bombardment, and, under the advice of General
Thomas, 200. Dowling, Lt. R. W., 199-200, 201. Drayton, General, 133, 134. Judge William Henry, 629. Drewry's Bluff, 84, 86. Repulse of Federals, 85. Battle, 429-32. Duke, General Basil, 580. Duncan, General J. K., 178, 182, 183, 184, 186, 188. Extract from report on Mississippi River invasion, 181. Address to soldiers of Forts Jackson and St. Phillip, 183. Dunovant, Colonel, 429-30. Du Ponts Admiral, 64, 65, 174. Duryea, General, 88. Duvall, Judge, Alvin, 398. E Eagle, Captain, 196. Early, Gen. Jubal E., 69, 70, 72, 131, 266, 268, 273, 281, 282, 296, 301, 306, 307. Early, Gen. Jubal E. 309, 310, 434, 439, 441, 445. Extract from narrative on evacuation of Norfolk, 76. Extract from report of operations before Williamsburg, 76-78. Description of Colonel Ward, 79-82. Extract from letter to J. E. Johnston concerning Drayton's brigade, 134. Campaign in Shenandoah Valley, 445-55. Account of burning of Chambersburg, 447-49. Description of Gen. Hunter's ret