434; discouraging dispatches of, 2.415; determines upon retreat to the James, 2.420; his extraordinary letter to the Secretary of War, 2.427; instructed by President Lincoln to cross the Potomac in pursuit of Lee, 2.483; relieved by Gen. Burnside, 2.485.
McClernand, Gen., at the battle of Shiloh, 2.272; capture of Fort Hindman by the troops of, 2.581; at the battle of Port Gibson, 2.604; in the assault on Vicksburg, 2.618.
McCook, Gen., at the battle of Murfreesboroa, 2.544.
McCulloch, Gen., Benj., his proclamation to the people of Missouri, 2.66.
McDowell, Gen., Irvin, placed in command of the Army of the Potomac, 1.580; position and numbers of his troops, 1.581; composition of his forces, 1.584; his plan of attack, 1.590; his forward movement, 1.592; succeeded by McClellan in command of the Army of the Potomac, 2.23.
McDowell, Va., battle at, 2.390.
McLean, Wilmer, Lee's capitulation signed at the house of, 3.558.
McMinnsville, cavalry fight at, 2.505; Gen. Reyn