issued General War order no. 2, directing the organization of the Army of the Potomac into four corps, to be commanded by Gens. McDowell, Sumner, Heintzelman, and Keyes respectively, beside the forces to be left for the defense of Washington under Brig.-Gen. James S. Wadsworth, who should also be Military Governor of the District the right bank of the Potomac fully garrisoned, and those on the left bank occupied, a covering force in front of the Virginia line of 25,000 men would suffice.
（Keyes, Heintzelman and McDowell.) A total of 40,000 men for the defense of the city would suffice.
This decision, being communicated to the War Departmentreenforced by Johnston, MeClellan ordered an advance on the morning of the 4th; and, before evening of the next day, Gen. Heintzelman, in front of Yorktown, and Gen. Keyes, before Winn's Mill,
Called by Gen. McClellan, Lee's Mill. on the Warwick, were brought to a halt by the fire of Rebel batteries.
BR<*>G.-Gen., wounded at Gettysburg, 389.
Kenesaw Mountain, Sherman repulsed at, 629.
Kenly, Col. J. R., surprised at Front Royal, 133.
Kennett, Col. Luther M., chases raiders, 271.
Kentucky, 41; Buell moves on Bowling Green, 51; invasion of, by Kirby Smith, 213: raiders captured from, 404; Morgan's last raid into, 623; President Lincoln in relation to, 655.
Kernstown, Va., Jackson defeated at, 114.
Kershaw, Brig.-Gen., at Malvern Hill, 165; takes Maryland Heights, 201.
Keyes, Gen. E. D., commands corps in Army of the Potomac, 108; surprised at Fair Oaks, 142; on the James river, 159; at Malvern Hill, 165; retreats on Washington, 394.
Kilpatrick, Gen. Judson, attacks Lee's rear-guard under Pettigrew, 392-3; captures gunboats near Fredericksburg, 394; worsted by Stuart and Fitz Hugh Lee, 396; his raid on Richmond.
565-6; is wounded at Resaca, 626; with Sherman in his great march, 689 to 695; advances to Waynesboroa, 691; threatens an advance on Augusta, 697; s