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Elias Nason, McClellan's Own Story: the war for the union, the soldiers who fought it, the civilians who directed it, and his relations to them. 2 2 Browse Search
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feguards. Passes to citizens within the lines and for purposes of trade. Complaints of citizens as to the conduct of the soldiers. Gen. Porter was assisted by the following named officers: Maj. W. H. Wood, 17th U. S. Infantry; Capt. James McMillan, acting assistant adjutant-general, 2d U. S. Infantry; Capt. W. T. Gentry, 17th U. S. Infantry; Capt. J. W. Forsyth, 18th U. S. Infantry; Lieut. J. W. Jones, 12th U. S. Infantry; Lieut. C. F. Trowbridge, 16th U. S. Infantry; and Lieut. C. D. Mehaffey, 1st U. S. Infantry. The provost-guard was composed of the 2d U. S. Cavalry, Maj. Pleasonton, and a battalion of the 8th and 17th U. S. Infantry, Maj. Willard. After Gen. Porter was relieved Maj. Wood was in charge of this department until after the battle of Antietam, when Brig.-Gen. Patrick was appointed provost-marshal-general. When the army took the field, for the purpose of securing order and regularity in the camp of headquarters, and facilitating its movements the offic
ountain, 572-583; Antietam, 584-613. Maryland Heights, Va.., 550, 559-561, 563, 565, 573, 598, 616, 622, 627. Mason, Jr., Capt. W. P., 122. 123. Mason and Slidell affair, 175. Meade, Gen. G. G., 81, 83, 140; at Gaines's Mill, 414-416 ; Glendale, 430; South Mountain, 579-581; Antietam, 590, 593, 619. Meagher, Gen. T. F., 81; at Fair Oaks, 382 ; Gaines's Mill, 418 ; Malvern, 437 ; Pope's campaign, 514; Antietam, 595, 597. Mechanicsville, Va., battle of, 363, 414-416. Mehaffey, Lieut. C. D., 133. Meigs, Gen. M. C., 156, 157, 159; report on supplies, 636, 637. Memorandum (McClellan's) : object of the war, military success, 101 ; suggestions for campaign, 102, 104 ; troops and material needed, railroads, 103 ; expenses, 105. Merrill, Lieut., 124, 311. Merrimac, 197, 249, 257, 268, 282, 342, 346. Middletown, Md., 559, 561, 573-575, 582. Miles, Col. D., at Harper's Ferry, 558-565. Minor's Hill, Va., 96, 516. Missroom, Corn. J. F., 291-293, 296, 309, 336.