hem. A. V. Colburn, Ass't Adjt. General. brig.-Gen. Stone, Poolesville.
Gen. Stone at once ordeded.
This report was sent by Col. Devens to Gen. Stone, who thereupon issued the following order: In such case, he will hold on and report. Chas. P. Stone, Brig.-General.
Great care will be osity or plunder, will be instantly shot. Chas. P. Stone, Brig.-General.
Col. Devens accordinghe supposed, by any foe, sent a messenger to Gen. Stone, and awaited further orders.
At 7 A. M., sted, and there soon received a message from Gen. Stone to remain, and he would be supported.
He noicer, assumed command — having received from Gen. Stone an order to support Col. Devens, or withdrawo purpose.
After the disaster was complete, Gen. Stone, about 10 P. M., arrived on the ground from ly, Colonel, your most obedient servant, Charles P. Stone, Brig.-General Commanding.
The seconr flank.
Yours, respectfully and truly, Charles P. Stone, Brig.-General Commanding.
, Capt., engaged at Blackburn's Ford, 539.
Badger, George E., of N. C., wants liberty to take his old mammy to Kansas, 231; 2:32.
Baker, Col. Edward D., 422; reinforces Col. Devens at Ball's Bluff, 622; his death, 623; orders from Gen. Stone to, 624.
Bagby, Arthur P., of Ala., on Annexation, 174.
Bailey, Godard, an account of his defalcations at Washington, 410-11.
Baldwin, Roger S., of Conn., 397; 398; 404.
Baldwin, Henry, of Pa., his vote on the Missouri Compromise, 8act from, 131; removed to Alton, 134; comments from.
186; its press destroyed, 137; the editor slain, etc., 141.
St. Louis Republican, The, citation from, 131; stigmatizes The Observer, 136.
Storrs, Henry R., vote on Mo. Compromise, 80.
Stone, Gen. Chas.
P., McClellan's order to, 620-21; 621; 622; his orders to Col. Baker, 624.
Stout, Mr., of Oregon, tenders a minority report in the Committee of Thirty-three, 387.
Stringfellow, Gen., a Border Ruffian, 243; 283.