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Methodists, 139, 230 Milroy, Robert Huston, 192, 198, 210 Mine Run, Va., 228, 231, 233-35. Minor, John Barbee, 356 Mississippi Infantry: 13th Regiment, 60, 64, 95; 17th Regiment, 60, 64, 98,116, 129, 143, 176; 18th Regiment, 60, 64; 21st Regiment, 64,98, 115-17, 130-31, 179, 292-93. Mitchell, Capt., 216 Moncure, Travis Daniel, 294 Moore, ........., (Pvt., Va. Militia), 70-71. Moore, Allen W., 297-98. Moore, W. E., 297-99. Morris, Edward Joy, 27 Mortars, 293 Morton, Allen, 50-51, 145-51. Morton, Jeremiah, 189-90. Morton Hall, Va., 189 Morton's Ford, Va., 120, 235, 241-42, 268 Mules, 224-27. Museum of the Confederacy, 357 Music, 18, 49, 75, 202-203, 268-69, 296-97. Mynheer von Dunck, 75 Napoleon, Prince Joseph Charles Paul, 59 Napoleon I, 18, 164, 167, 337-39, 346-48. National Tribune, 346 Naval Battalion, 329, 333 Negroes: mentioned, 39, 77, 99, 340; in Northern army, 316-17; proposals for employment of as Confederate in
eut. Landrum missing. Co K: Capt. Woodson wounded, Lt. Guintear killed. The regiment went in with 250 men and came out with 80. Col. Stewart, of the 56th Va., is wounded; Col. Eppa Hunton, 8th Va., wounded; Lt. Col. Berkeley wounded and Major Berkeley missing. Col. Allen and Major Wilson, of the 28th Va., killed. Both Kemper's and Armistead's brigades are now commanded by Majors. In the 1st company Richmond Howitzers the following losses were sustained. Killed--Privates Allen Morton and L. DeW Ogden. Wounded--Privates Wm. P. Smith, leg amputated;--McNamee, leg amputated Geo Booker, seriously in leg, Henry L. Terrill, painfully in both legs and arm; Somerville Gray, Jno. W. Pleasants, Chas. Poindexter, Henry Kepler, and Thos. J. Mason, all slightly. The wounded are all doing well. The company was in the fights of the 2d and 3d insts. Purcell Battery of Richmond. Killed--Private Weaver, of Page co. Wounded — Serg't Hammond, arm broken, privates Tyree Fuqu
to the terror of its inhabitants. He crossed into Indiana on the 7th, with cavalry, infantry, and artillery, to the number of 8,000 men, and captured Corydon, a town about 25 miles from Louisville, Ky., It was formerly the capital of Indiana. Gov. Morton, of Indiana, immediately issued a proclamation, calling for 50,000 men, and declared martial law in the border counties. At Indianapolis, 125 miles from Corydon a Michigan regiment had arrived with a battery of artillery' and on the night of the 9th, eleven regiments, aggregating 4,700 men, with ten pieces of artillery, passed through Louisville, en route to relieve Gov. Morton. A dispatch from Louisville, dated the 8th, says: There was a meeting of the citizens to night to take measures to provide for the defence of the city. It was addressed by Gen. Boyle, who stated that, although there was no immediate apprehension of danger, it was necessary that measures should be taken to organize the citizens for its defence.