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ribe as existing against McClellan is confined to a certain party, and they are in the minority; though being very loud and noisy in their abuse, would seem to be formidable. I don't think they can succeed in their attempts to displace him. I am now very anxious to hear from Fort Donelson. Fort Donelson, twelve miles from Fort Henry, captured February 16, 1862. The Federal forces, under Brigadier-General U. S. Grant and Commodore A. H. Foote, defeated the Confederate troops under General J. B. Floyd. Federal loss, killed, wounded, and missing, 2,832 (O. R.). A reverse there at the present moment would be very unfortunate; and I trust Halleck has arranged matters so as to render success in all human probability certain. The attack has, however, been in progress for four days, which is time enough for it to have fallen, provided it can be carried by assault. Perhaps to-morrow we shall hear something, but the absence of all news to-day is not favorable. We had quite a fall of sn
Oaks, battle of, May 31 to June 1, 1862, I, 271. Falls, Col., I, 302. Farias, Gomez, I, 190. Fassitt, J. B., II, 399. Faulkner, Charles J., II, 274. Featherstone, W. F., I, 287, 290, 292. Felton, Mr., II, 165. Ferrero, Edward, II, 266, 346, 349. Field, Gen., I, 266, 293, 296. Fife, Earl of, II, 254. Fisher, Mr., I, 47. Fisher, Henry, I, 220. Fisher, Joseph W., II, 87. Fisher, Julia, I, 266. Fisher, Rhodes, I, 47. Fitzsimons, Thomas, I, 2, 3. Floyd, J. B., I, 246. Follarde, Major-Gen., I, 365. Foote, A. H., I, 245, 246. Forney, I, 374; II, 145, 161, 248. Fort Donelson, capture of, Feb. 16, 1862, I, 246. Fort Henry, surrender of, Feb. 6, 1862, I, 245. Foster, Senator, II, 264. Frailey, I, 354. Frailey, Capt., II, 234. Franklin, Wm. B., I, 253, 256, 258-260, 275, 277, 281, 282, 284, 285, 293, 297, 328, 329, 334-337, 340, 341, 344-346, 350, 353, 358-362, 364, 365, 367, 382; II, 144, 213, 214, 216. Fredericksburg,