S., stump speaker, 106.
Robinson, Gov. George D., Butler's successor, 976.
Roby, governor of New Hampshire, aids Butler in recruitment, 303.
Rochereau, Colonel, a New Orleans banker.
Rodman, quoted upon Porter's reports, 808.
Rogers, Lieutenant, afterwards admiral at Annapolis, 195.
Roman, Lieutenant, repulses enemy, 649.
Rosecrans, reference to, 877.
Ruce, Major, surrender at Fort Fisher, 795.
Ruffin, George L., Esq., judge of Charlestown, Mass., 974.
Ruggles' Brigade at Baton Rouge, 481.
Salisbury, great loss of life in prison pen at, 609-610.
Salem Zouaves, 190,195.
Sanford, Major-General Butler's disagreement with, 757-758.
Savannah blockade runners, enter harbor, 849.
Schouler, Gen., William, misrepresents Butler, 168-169.
Scotch Irish in New Hampshire, 37, 40, 44.
Scott, Winfield, introduction to, 127; concedes right of secession, 142; sends despatch to Colonel Jones in Baltimore, 180; disciplines Lieutenant-Colone