and 21st, with considerable loss on each side; but without decisive results.
Gen. Terry's line was forced back on the 20th, but reestablished next day. And Gen. Kautorces mainly to that city, Gen. Butler, by order, struck out,
June 16. under Terry, from his front at Bermuda Hundreds toward Port Walthall junction, with intent to take, and if possible hold, the railroad.
Terry, finding the railroad slightly held, seized, and was proceeding to destroy it, when the approach of Pickett's div aid of Butler; but, by some mistake, Smith's men were halted too soon; so that Terry was overpowered and hurled back; and, when he again advanced, reenforced, the ey next day: so that, when our troops again advanced to the assault
Aug. 16.--Terry's division having meantime been moved to the left of Barlow — though Terry at fTerry at first carried the Rebel intrenchment, taking over 200 prisoners--he was soon driven out of it, and the enemy was seen to be in such force that a further assault was d
J. Smith, 537.
Fort Donelson, Tenn., map of, 46; invested by Grant, 47; Rebels attempt to cut their way out, 48-9; sufferings of the troops, 49; Floyd and Forrest escape, 50; the surrender, 50; losses sustained at, 51.
Fort Fisher, N. G., Gen. Terry assaults and captures, 713.
Fort Henry, Tenn., defenses of, 45; attacked by Gen. Grant, 45; map of, 46; captured, 46-7.
Fort Hindman, Ark., taken by McClernand, 293.
Fort Macon, N. C., capture of, 79.
Fort McAllister, attack on, 463 Buckner abandons East, 429; Longstreet's operations against Burnside in East, 431-2; Hood invades, 677; is driven out by Thomas, 677-87.
Tennessee, ram, fights and surrenders, 652-3.
Terrill, Gen., routed and killed at Perryville, 219.
Terry, Gen. Alfred H., menaces James Island, 475; assaults Fort Wagner, 481; assaults and takes Fort Fisher, 713; helps capture Wilmington, 715.
Tew, Col., 2d N. C., killed at Antietam, 210.
Texas, surrender of regulars in, 17; 18; ordinance of S