tonio, Texas; Jno. S. Ford, com.; members, 80.
Camp 145. Kaufman, Texas; Joseph Huffmaster, corn.
Camp 146. Ft. Smith, Ark.; P. T. Deraney, com.
Camp 147. Corsicana, Texas; R. M. Collins, com.
Camp 148. Inverness, Fla.; W. C. Zimmerman, com.; members, 40; Home, Jacksonville, Fla.
Tenford, Fla.; A. M. Thrasher, corn.
Camp 150. Lake City, Fla.; Walter R. Moore, com.; med. offi., R. C. Cullen, May, 1861, Major; members, 153; disabled, 6; deaths, 2.
Camp 151. Montgomery, Ala.; Emmet Seibles, com.
Camp 152. Rayville, La.; J. S. Summerlin, corn.
Minedla, Texas; J. H. Huffmaster, corn.
Camp 154. Roby, Texas; D. Speer, corm.
Camp 155. Jasper, Fla.; H. J. Stewart, com.; members, 30.
Camp. 156. Gonzalez, Texas; Maj. W. B. Sayers, com.; med. offi., Dr. J. C. Jones, 1861, asst. surgeon; members, 111; disabled 1; deaths, 3.
Camp 157. Bessemer, Ala.; W. R. Jones, com.; med. offi., Shelby C. Carson; private; members, 6; deaths, 2.
le of the South to the determination to secede from the Union, in order to withdraw slavery from the possible unfriendly action of the United States. Mr. Yancey, during this time, enjoyed none of the prestige of official position—he was the editor of a newspaper, and, therefore, able to scatter his opinions on the wings of the wind; he was a private citizen, a lawyer engaged in practicing his profession, and was in quite moderate circumstances in regard to fortune.
Nor was his location in Montgomery of a character to draw to him the leading men of the South, nor to afford peculiar facilities for the propagation of his opinions.
Montgomery was not at all a political centre, to which politicians flocked for consultation and comparison of opinions.
Nor was it a Pharos, whence political light was flashed out over the South, with electric speed.
Mr. Yancey had held few public offices, having served two sessions in the State Legislature and one term in Congress, in the forties, and he
shall, Col. Chas , 353.
Marye's Heights, touching incident, 7, 31.
Mason and Slidell, Seizure of, 99.
Maury, Gen. D. H., 221, 304.
Maryland, My, The Song, 267.
Mechanicsville, Battle of, 125, 378.
Mercer, Cadet, Thos. H., 109.
Messenger, Wilmington, N. C., cited, 257.
Mexican War, The, 114.
Minnesota, The, 269.
Minutiae of Soldier's Life, 346.
Mississippi Infantry, 19th, 165; 21st, 31.
Mitchell, Capt., James, 109.
Modern Greece, The Steamer, 263, 268.
Montgomery, Ala., Daily Advertiser, cited, 151, 227.
Monuments to the Confederate Dead, 46; at the University of Va., 15.
Moore, T. O., 301.
Morgan, Gen. M. R., 361.
Munn, Capt., 271.
Norfolk, Va., Surrender of, 327.
North Carolina, Conservatism of, 111; First Regiment Infantry, distinguished officers of, 117; the Immortal Fifth Regiment, 122; the Twentieth Regiment, 165; Thorough Devotion of its People, 268.
Northen, Com R. N. of Pickett Camp, 346.
Ogden, Major Fred N., 302.