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ilitary establishments had been long organized, and were complete; the navy and the army, once common to both, were in their possession. To meet all this we had to create not only an army in the face of war itself, but also military establishments necessary to equip and place it in the field. The spirit of the volunteers and the patriotism of the people enabled us, under Providence, to grapple successfully with these difficulties. A succession of glorious victories at Bethel, Manassas, Springfield, Lexington, Leesburg, and Belmont, checked the invasion of our soil. After seven months of war the enemy had not only failed to extend their occupancy of the soil, but new states and territories had been added to our confederacy. Instead of their threatened march of unchecked conquest, the enemy was driven at more than one point to assume the defensive; and, upon a fair comparison between the two belligerents, as to men, military means, and financial condition, the Confederate States we
15, 21, 26, 41. Gen. E. K., 33, 324, 340, 458, 590, 591, 592-93. Advance into Kentucky, 323. Maj. Frank, 563. Gen. G. W., 70, 71, 79, 100, 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 131, 470. Gen. Kirby, 349. Commodore Leon, 197, 198, 201. Report on Battle of Sabine Pass, 199-200. Gen. M. L., 59, 182, 203. Lt. N. H., 199, 200. South Carolina, 13. Reconstruction, 625-29. Southern Cross, The (poem), 392. Spangler, Edward, 417. Spanish Fort, 175. Spotsylvania Court House, Battle of, 437-39. Springfield. Mo., Battle of, 14. Stanton, Edwin M., 67, 69, 70, 414, 442, 510, 513, 584. Call for militia to defend Washington, 88-90. Starke, General, 272. State rights, 380-82, 388, 493, 644. Comparison with U. S. Government, 382-84. Loss of by northern states, 422. Statham, General, 37, 53. Steele, General, 254, 255, 455, 456, 458. Steinwehr, General, 264. Stellwagen, Captain, 172. Stephens, Alexander H., 501, 503, 515, 597. Letter from Davis concerning prisoners and non-combatants