er to remain in New York, 770; Butler telegraphs to, 779; relieves Butler of his command, 827-828; Grant requests Butler's removal, 829; Butler's telegram to, 832; denounces Halleck, 872; Butler confers with, 908; action justified, 914; believes Davis incited Lincoln's assassination, 915; Johnson's quarrel with, 926.
Star Brigade, reference to, 663.
States in rebellion, Butler's proposition in regard to, 908-909.
Stetson, proprietor of Astor House, N. Y., mention of, 174-175.
Stevens, Paran, landlord Fifth Avenue Hotel, N. Y., mention of, 175.
Stevens, Thaddeus, of Pennsylvania, in the Johnson impeachment case, 927; in Butler's speech, 934.
Stewart, John A., U. S. Assistant Treasurer, consults with Butler about the gold conspiracy, 762, 764.
Stillwagen, commander at Fort Hatteras, 285.
St. Louis, Halleck's headquarters at, 872; Shaffer's home, 895; hotel as hospital, 895.
storm King, the scurvy, 1017.
Stringham, flag officer at Fort Hatteras, 282-284; trib
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