s, or misfortunes.
I had given my chief of ambulance orders that whoever should be left behind, Jack must go, and that proper transportation should be furnished him. He had always had too high an aphim and the chief of ambulance, on the subject of riding, before the start from Petersburg, hence Jack was left behind.
I said to the chief: Return at once to the city and bring me my dog, or fall in(he had borrowed a horse —soldiers rarely found any difficulty in borrowing a horse), and leading Jack by a chain of white handkerchiefs.
I did not enquire where he got the horse, but having some curand to continue our march.
One tremendous explosion caused such panic in our little party, that Jack, who had slept on my blanket at my side, became demoralized and sought individual safety in indiv 3rd chapter of Ecclesiastes, 20th and 21st verses.
All of our party moved off in order except Jack, and the next morning, about 11 o'clock, we arrived at Chesterfield Courthouse, and found Mahone'
Butler, General B. F., 319.
Caldwell, W. W, 210.
Carpenter's Battery, Record of, 166.
Carter, James C., 180
Central Confederacy poposed in 1861, 144.
Chambersburg, Burning of, 74.
Chamberlayne, Captain, J. Hampden, 355.
Chancellorsville, Battle of, 148.
Chandler, Zachariah 190.
Charlotte Cavalry, Record and roll of, 71, 77; Rifles, Roll of, 262.
Christian Commission, Federal, 44.
Christian, Judge George L. 169.
Claiborne, Surgeon, John Herbert, 18; his dog Jack, 23
Cobb, General, Howell, 281.
Cobb, Gen. Thomas R. R, Extracts from letters of, February 21, 1861 December, 1862, Career of. 280.
Cold Harbor, Battle of, 10, 322, 347.
Colston, Colonel R E. 85.
Cone, Frank, killed, 292
Confederate, flag, history of, 89; disparity of forces of, 108, 334; wants, 148; Navy, 125, 105; Soldier, the, 247; The only Treaty, 255; Veteran, What is he?
316; Congress in 1861, 281; Commissioners to Europe, 284; Constitution, 286; songs, 350, 367.