Sheridan and Harper's Ferry; and on the 12th, Sheridan sends the Illinois cavalry to Loudoun with in.
Although the loss of this train caused General Sheridan to fall back from his advanced position, f Sheridan—I was behind him.
I have quoted Sheridan's dispatches (August 17th to September 11th) here he died of his wound.
He was not hung.
Sheridan was not as black as he painted himself.
The lived in a territory a few miles square.
But Sheridan knew better.
Grant's dispatch reflects the ie of my men were hung before September 23; if Sheridan hung any prisoners before then, they were Eard killed were as pure phantoms as those which Sheridan says he had hung; but it is clear that Blazer as he did on Buckner's works at Donelson.
Sheridan's cavalry knew by experience about as much abrol. U. S. Grant, General Commander.
General Sheridan, in conducting his part of this corresponfamilies within the condemned territory.
Had Sheridan directed General Merritt and Custer to arrest
e county, Roster of Company C, 1st Virginia cavalry, from, 377.
Rodes, General R E., killed, 5
Ropes, John Codman, historian, 83.
Rosser, General T. L., 283.
Sailor's Creek, Battle of, 324.
Sanders, Palmer, killed, 141.
Scott, Colonel W. C., 44.
Secession, Right of, 61, 114; advocated by Massachusetts, 65; by the N. Y. Tribune, 67; cause of, 81.
Seddon, James A., 317.
Sedgwick, General, John, killed, 37.
Seward, W. H., 375.
Sharpsburg, Battle of, 49, 200.
Sheridan, General P. H., 173, 314.
Slavery, Virginia did not fight for, 76; pro-tested against continuation of, 77; the emancipation proclamation, 64.
Slave trade, Debate on the, in 1858, 99.
Smith, Mrs. F. H., 184, 259
South, Vindication of the, 60; cause of the, 119.
Southern Historical Society-Its history, 344.
Stanton, E. M., 369.
Star Spangled Banner, 120.
Stephens, Alex. H., 375.
Steuart, R. D., 176.
Stewart, Colonel W. H., 205, 383.
Stiles, Major, Robert, 17, 349.
Stiles, Rev. Jo