Morell's Div. A Butterfield's Brigade.
B Martindale's Brigade.
C Griffin's Brigade.
Sykes's Div. D G. S. Warren's Brigade.
E H. Chapman's Brigade.
F I. T. Buchanan's Brigade.
McCall's Div. K Meade's Brigade.
L Seymour's Brigade.
M Reynolds's Brigade.
Art. Reserve. O Robertson's Battery.
P Tidball's Brigade.
Bartlett's brigade of Slocum's division.
Franklin's corps in reserve; Taylor's and Newton's brigades being distributed o; Gen. McCall, who had lost all his brigadiers, riding forward a short distance to reconnoiter the apparently deserted field, was suddenly confronted by the leveled muskets of Rebel infantry, and compelled to yield himself a prisoner; and when Gen. Seymour, who had succeeded to the command, withdrew by order, at 11 P. M., to share in or cover the general retreat, the batteries of the division, their horses long since killed, their men worn out with desperate fighting, were left on the hard-fough
Chicago on the 4th of July; but its meeting was, in June, postponed to the 29th of August; on which day, it there assembled, and was fully organized, with Gov. Horatio Seymour, of New York, as President.
The States not absolutely in the power of the Rebellion were fully and strongly represented; but, in addition to the delegateswith Slavery and the Rebellion chose to be known to each other, were, by evident preconcert, on hand in extraordinary strength and in immeasurable virulence.
Gov. H. Seymour--who seems to have nursed secret hopes of achieving a nomination for the Presidency — made an extreme anti-War address on assuming the chair; but his polishederal delegations now changed to McClellan; so that the vote, as finally declared, stood 202 1/2 for McClellan to 23 1/2 for Thomas H. Seymour, of Connecticut. Gov. H. Seymour had voted in his delegation for Justice Nelson, of the Supreme Court; but his vote was swamped by a decided majority in that delegation for McClellan, which g
, 344; at Chancellorsville, 361.
Cowles, Col. D. S., 128th N. Y., killed at Port Hudson, 333.
Cox, Gen. J. D., ordered to reenforce Pope's army, 179; at South Mountain, 196; in North Carolina, 715-16.
Crampton's Gap, fight at and map of, 199-200.
Craney Island, Va., evacuated by Rebels, 127.
Crawford, Gen., at Cedar Mountain, 177; at Antietam, 206; his advance at Gettysburg, 887; charges at Five Forks, 733.
Creighton, Col., 7th Ohio, wounded, 177.
crisis, opinion of Gov. H. Seymour on, 499.
Crittenden, Col. Geo.
B., treachery of, 19; relieves Zollicoffer, 42.
Crocker, Brig.-Gen., at Champion Hills, 308.
Crook, Gen., surprised at Cedar Creek, 613.
Cross, Col., 5th N. H., killed at Gettysburg, 388.
Cross-Keys, Va., Fremont fights at, 138-9.
Croxton, Gen., at Chickamauga, 417.
Crutchfield, Col., threatens Maryland Heights, 201.
Culpepper, Va., Banks's operations near, 175, 177; Jackson attacks Crawford's batteries at, 177.