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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler 1 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army 1 1 Browse Search
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; sent to violate a truce, 909; reference to, 913. Hallett, B. F., delegate to constitutional convention, 118. Half Moon, Porter attempts to silence battery,791. Hamlin, reference to, 634. Hampden, speculation trade carried on, 843. Hampton, Wade, in Lacy's letter, 881; Lee's conversation in regard to Mahone, 884, 886. Hampton Roads, fleet in, 774-775; reference 786; Lincoln meets Confederate commissioners at, 902. Hampton, colored infantry and artillery at, 638. Hamilton, Col. Schuyler, volunteers as aid on Butler's staff, 201; sent to Washington, 206; letter from, 226. Hancock, General, reference to, 645, 651, 652, 686, 712, 715; joins in expedition against Petersburg, 689; waives rank in favor of Smith, 689, 692; article reflecting upon, 700; quoted upon attack on Petersburg, 705; commands expedition against Deep Bottom, 717-718; reference to, 878; nominated for President, 968. Harper's Ferry, John Brown at, 133-134; Confederate troops at, 217. Hare
arried to the rear a prisoner, but when the rebels were beaten they forgot him. He states that many privates of the retreating army were anxious to surrender, but that their officers drove them forward at the point of the bayonet. It is impossible to announce who are worthy of mention. But it is just to say that officers and men are enthusiastic in the praise of Gen. Rosecrans. They regard him invincible. The army gave him a magnificent ovation after the battle. Gen. Stanley, Gen. Hamilton, Col. Fuller, commanding the Ohio brigade; Col. Mower, Colonel Sullivan, commanding brigade; Colonel Sprague, Major Spalding, Col. Burke, Col. Lathrop, Chief of artillery; Lieut. Sears, of the Eleventh Ohio battery; Lieut. McLean, Eighth Wisconsin battery; Capt. Williams, and Lieut. Robinette, First United States artillery, greatly distinguished themselves. Others, also deserving high praise, will be mentioned hereafter. Among the regiments which are most generally lauded, are those of the
John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Index (search)
utation, 360, 361; attitude toward Sherman, 360, 361; attitude toward Grant before Shiloh, 361 Correspondence with: Blair, F. P., Aug. 11, 12, 1862, 59, 60: Curtis, S. R., Feb. 1863, 65,: Schofield, J. M., Aug. 10, 1862, 59; Sept. 9, 60, 61; Jan. 31, 1863, 65, 66; Feb. 3, 65, 66; May 22, 68; July 7, 70; Sept. 3, 83; Sept. 26, 87; Sept. 30, 85-87; Oct. 2, 93; May 7, 1865, 370, 371: Sherman, W. T., Sept. 25, 1864, 333: Stanton, E., May 10, 1865, 360: Thomas, G. H., Nov. 28, 1864, 212 Hamilton, Col. John, organizes light-artillery school, 426 Hammond, Brig.-Gen. John H., needed at and ordered to Spring Hill, 209, 217, 258; battle of Nashville, 268 Hammond, Surg.-Gen. William A., board of review in case of, 443 Hampton Roads, Va., trip of Grant and S. to Cape Fear River from, 294, 295 Hancock, Maj.-Gen. Winfield S., service on military court with Thomas, 277; S.'s guest at Cabinet and Diplomatic dinner, 278; assigned to command Military Division of the Atlantic, 430; rela