that Convention, including Sergeant Prince Rivers; and he and Sergeant Henry Hayne are still members of the State Legislature.
Both in that State and in Florida the former members of the regiment are generally prospering, so far as I can hear.
The increased self-respect of army life fitted them to do the duties of civil life.
It is not in nature that the jealousy of race should die out in this generation, but I trust they will not see the fulfilment of Corporal Simon Crum's prediction.
Simon was one of the shrewdest old fellows in the regiment, and he said to me once, as he was jogging out of Beaufort behind me, on the Shell Road, I'se goin‘ to leave de Souf, Cunnel, when de war is over.
I'se made up my mind dat dese yer Secesh will neber be cibilized in my time.
The only member of the regiment whom I have seen since leaving it is a young man, Cyrus Wiggins, who was brought off from the main-land in a dug-out, in broad day, before the very eyes of the rebel pickets, by Capta
, capture of by Gen. Banks, 3.223.
Bruinburg, Grant crosses the Mississippi at, 2.603.
Buchanan, Commodore, McKean, death of, at the battle of the Bayou Teche, 2.597.
Buchanan, President, James, conspirators in the cabinet of, 1.43; his message of Dec. 30, 1860, 1.64; his indecision, 1. 73, 283; distrusted by the Southern conspirators, 1.143; painful position of, 1.146; changes in his cabinet, 1.146; his message of Jan. 8, 1861, 1.218; disruption of his cabinet, 2.527.
Buckner, Gen. Simon B., left in command of Fort Donelson by Floyd and Pillow, 2.219; terms of surrender offered to by Grant, 2.220.
Buell, Gen., Don Carlos, in command of the Department of the Ohio, 2.179; operations of, in Kentucky, 2.190-2.195; leaves Nashville to join Grant at Savannah, 2.264; at the battle of Shiloh, 2.280; his movements against Bragg in Kentucky, 2.508; relieved by Rosecrans, 2.511, 523.
Buford, Gen., his dash on Stuart at Brandy Station, 3.100.
Bull's Gap, Gen. Gillem defeated
ast Annual Message, 367 to 371; 408; sends Cushing to Charleston, 409; 411; 414; 428; vote cast for him in Kentucky, 492; letter to Jeff. Davis, 511.
Buckingham, Gov., of Conn., is reflected, 326.
Buckner, Aylett, of Ky., 194.
Buckner, Gen. Simon B., organizes State Guard; Louisville Journal curses him, 494; 496; 509; 609.
Buffalo, N. Y., the Free-Soil Convention at, 191; its Platform, 192.
Buford, Col., of Ala., his arrival in Kansas, 243; besieges Lawrence, 243.
Bull Run, baty in, 204-6; admitted as a State, 208; fugitive-slave case in, 218; 301; withdraws from Dem. Convention, 318.
Caln meeting, Abolition petition from, 144.
Cambreleng, C. C., 109.
Cameron, Col. James, killed at Bull Run, 545.
Cameron, Gen. Simon, in the Chicago Convention, 321; a member of President Lincoln's Cabinet, 428; 449; visits Gen. Fremont in Missouri, 590; his visit to Sherman in Kentucky.
615; endeavors to postpone the attack at Bull Run, 618.
Campbell, Judge John A., his
Buchanan, Admiral Franklin, commands ram Manassas, 116; severely wounded at Mobile, 653.
Buchanan, Gen. J. T., at Gaines's Mill, 166.
Buchanan, Gen., commands a brigade at Malvern Hill, 165; at Gainesville, 187.
Buckner, Gen. Simon B., 48; repulsed at Fort Donelson, 49; surrenders, 50; at Chickamauga, 415; abandons East Tennessee, 429; surrenders, 758.
Buell, Gen. D. C., commands Department of the Ohio, 51; moves on Bowling Green, 51; occupies Nashville.
54; joins GraC.
Cabell, Gen., repulse of, at Fayetteville, 448; routed by Gen. Brown at Booneville, 453; captured by Pleasanton's force in Missouri, 561.
Caldwell, Brig.-Gen., at Antietam, 208.
Camden, Arkansas, Steele marches to, 552.
Cameron, Gen. Simon, retires from War Department, 81; 108; in relation to Slaves, 239; 243.
Campbell's Station, East Tenn., fight at, 431.
Canby, Gen. E. R. S., organizes militia in New Mexico, 21; at Fort Craig, 22-3; Valverde.
22; holds New Mexico, 25; in