sident's authority to raise a regiment for the war, 8, 9. President of a Court-martial, 57.
Commands the regiment in the absence of General Gordon, 84, 85.
His experience with a Rebel woman, 106.
Commands the rear in General Gordon's retreat from Newtown, 219, 222.
In the battle of Winchester, 237; is taken prisoner there, and has an interview with Stonewall Jackson, 243 (note).
Early, General, commander of a Rebel brigade in the battle of Cedar Moantain, 288, 289, 294, 295.
Elzey, General, Rebel officer, 237, 240.
Enlistment of troops for the Civil War, in Massachusetts,--course pursued by General Gordon in, 2 et seq.
Evans, N. G., General, commands Rebel forces at battle of Ball's Bluff, 78.
Ewell, General, Rebel.
Confers with Jackson as to the attack on Banks, 182.
Enumeration of his forces, 183 (note). Moves with Jackson to attack Banks at Strasburg, 199, 200.
At battle of Winchester, 230, 235, 236.
At battle of Cedar Mountain, 288, 289