s held the left, opposite Longstreet, supported by the 5th (Sykes's); with Hancock's (2d) in our center, touching its right; to the maintenance of our position, and had already ordered Sykes to advance the 5th corps with all possible haste to save anle ensued; for the enemy had nearly carried the hill before Sykes reached it; while Humphreys, who, with one of Sykes's divisSykes's divisions, had been posted in the morning on Sickles's right, was in turn assailed in front and flank, and driven back, with a losng after this decisive repulse, save that Gen. Crawford, of Sykes's division, holding Round Top on our left, at 5 P. M. advanled) urged and voted to attack; but Gens. Sedgwick, Slocum, Sykes, French, and Hays (in place of Hancock, wounded at Gettysbut Germania ford — both moving on Robertson's tavern ; while Sykes, with the 5th, followed by Newton, with two divisions of th upon their infantry supports; when he recoiled and allowed Sykes to go forward, connecting with Warren, to the vicinity of H
, on holding slaves in national vessels, and on excluding witnesses because of color, 269.
Sumner, Gen. Edwin V., 108; at Williamsburg, Va., 122-5; at Fair Oaks, 144-7; on the battle of Glendale, 168; at Malvern Hill, 165: reenforces Pope, 187-190; at Antietam, 207; at Fredericksburg, 344.
Sumter, bombardment of Fort, 467-9; Dahlgren's attack on, 481: restored to the Union , 747.
Swamp Angel, opens on Charleston, 479.
Swinton, William, on Dupont's attack on Fort Sumter, 467-9.
Sykes, Gen., at Gaines's Mill, 155; at South Mountain, 198; at Chancellorsville, 356; at Gettysburg, 381-7; is relieved from command, 564.
Taliaferro, Gen., at Cedar Mountain, 177; wounded, 182.
Taney, Roger B. (Chief-Justice), death of, 671.
Tattnall, Com., destroys the Merrimac, 128.
Taylor, Gen. Dick, at Cross-Keys, 138; at Port Republic, 139; captures Brashear City, La., 337; defeats Washburne, near Opelousas, 340-1; in Alabama, 721; surrenders to Gen. Canby, 754.