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y-sixth Penn., dangerously wounded at Cedar Mountain, 304.
Maulsby, Colonel, 110.
McCall, General, Federal officer in Civil War, 64.
McClellan, General George B., 29.
His policy of caution, 60.
Confidence of the writer in, 99.
Is placed at the head of the army of the Potomac, and deposed as commander-in-chief, 101.
Takes the field under the President's Order No. 1, 103.
His excellent organization of the army, 113.
His new plan of operations, and orders to Banks to pursue Stouewall Jackson, 133. 134.
Protests against the withdrawal of his army from Harrison's Landing, 265 (note).
McDowell, General, commands a corps in the Army of Virginia, under Pope, 264, 272.
Militia, State, inadequacy of, for war, 2, 27, 28, 33, 34.
Absurd usage of, in election of officers, 2.
Milroy, General, Federal commander in Civil War, 176.
Is attacked by Stonewall Jackson.
177 et seq. Fights Jackson at MacDowcll, 179.
Mudge, Captain, wounded at the battle of Winchester, 251.