r, D. 26
Southern press, opinions of an United North, D. 54; recommends reticence, D. 62, 92; on the issues of the war, P. 67; let the devil take the hind-most, P. 68; ridiculous rumors published in, P. 70; opinions of the, P. 115 See Regiments in Buckram.
Southern repudiation, D. 35, 45; P. 38, 42, 143, See Preface.
Southern rights, D. 47
Southern Song of Freedom, P. 92
Southern war-cry, P. 136
Spalding, Henry F., D. 77
Sparks, Jared, Ll.D., Int. 14
Sparrowgrass, P. 95
Spartans and Southerners, P. 22
Speed, J. F., Holt's letter to, D. 86
Spies at Washington, P. 143
Spinola, F. B., Senator, speech at Union meeting, N. Y., April 20, Doc. 112
Sprague, Wm., Judge, of Boston, opinion of piracy, D. 71; charge of, Doc. 255
Sprague, Wm., Governor of R. I., notices of, D. 27, 37, 54; P. 94; his Rhode Islanders, Doc. 124; A secessionist, P. 26; lines inscribed to, P. 46
Sprague, J. T., Major U. S. A., D. 81; letter o