and to make the incoming Federals feel their presence.
In this paragraph this Federal officer says:
However, Colonel Marshall yelled to the Second brigade to move forward, and the men did so, jumping, sliding and tumbling into the hole, over uted to a clearer understanding of how the battle was fought and won, it will have served its purpose.
Sketch of Thomas F. Marshall. by Henry M. Rowley.
Kentucky has been prolific of men of genius—great lawyers, great orators, great statesmen.
tham, of Dunning and Fox, of Erskine and Pitt, of William Pinkney and Rufus King, in one blended superiority.
Thomas Francis Marshall was born in the city of Frankfort, Kentucky, on the 7th day of June, 1800; the same year in which his illustriou. The colored man was delighted to hear it, and to meet him. I had, he said, the honor and pleasure of serving with Thomas F. Marshall from 1841 to 1843.
Marshall thinking he had met with one of the old family servants who had run away from slavery
nney, Gov. P. W., Address of, 142.
McMaster, Col. F. W., 36
McRae. Gen. Wm., 325.
Mahone's Brigade, 3, 4; time of charge of, at the Crater, 33, 61.
Malvern Hill, Battle of, account of by Geo. S. Bernard, 56; Gen. McGruder's, 58, 62; Gen. Lee's, 62: Gen. F. J. Porter on, 64; Gen.
McClellan, 65; Gen. Couch, 66; Gen. Early, 69.
Manship, Mrs., Luther, her Sentinel Song, 312.
Marshall, Col. Charles, his contributions to history, 73
Marshall, Col. Thos.. Death of, 282.
Marshall, Thos. F., Biographical sketch of by Henry M. Rowley, 39; his plea for temperance, 41; intellectual powers of, 44; his eulogy of R. H. Menefee, 46; his wit, 48; his idea of oratory, 50.
Maryland. Invasion of, 83.
Maury, Gen. D. H., His Reminiscences of Gen. J. E. Johnston, 171; mentioned, 349, 353, 354, 355, 362.
Maury, Commodore M. F., Life and Services of; monument to his memory urged, 365.
Meade, Lt. Everard B., 417
Mississippi, The Confederate Dead of, 293.
Monocacy. The Ba