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er and myself, under which exchanges of all white and free black soldiers, man for man and officer for officer, were to go on, leaving the question as to slaves to be disposed of by subsequent arrangements.—Letter of Mr. Ould, June, 1879. was verbally communicated; and most emphatic directions were received from the Lieutenant-General not to take any step by which another able-bodied man should be exchanged, until further orders from him. General Butler next gives the following from General Mulford, United States assistant agent of exchange, addressed to him: General: The Confederate authorities will exchange prisoners on the basis heretofore proposed by our Government—that is, man for man. This proposition was proposed formally to me after I saw you. General Butler's report continues as follows: Accident prevented my meeting the rebel commissioner, so that nothing was done; but after conversation with General Grant, in reply to the proposition of Mr. Ould to exchange
-73, 175-76. Monahan, Michael, 200. Monitor (frigate), 67, 85, 167, 169. Fight with the Virginia, 168. Monroe, John T. Extract from reply to Farragut, 194-95. Moody, Captain, 596-97. Moore, General, 339. Moran, Major, 596-97. Morgan, Gov. E. D., 89. Gen. John Hunt, 37, 324-25, 444, 472,473, 580. Morgan (gunboat), 173. Morris, Captain, 468. Capt. C. M., 219-20. Robert, 230. Mott, Col., Christopher, 82. Mouton, General, 349-50, 352, 455, 456. Mudd, Samuel A., 417. Mulford, General, 510. Mulhern, Terence, 201. Mumford, William B., 242, 499, 500. Munford, Colonel. Extract from address on fall of Ft. Donelson, 30. Address at Memphis, Tenn., 46. Murfreesboro, Tenn., Battle of, 325-26, 356. Murray, E. C., 189. Report on construction of the Mississippi, 190. N Nahant (ironclad), 172. Nashville, Tenn., 238. Retreat of Johnston's forces, 29-31. Evacuation, 31, 32. Battle of, 490. Nashville (steamer), 221-22, 237. Negroes. Admission to citizensh