— such was the road.
With utmost diligence it took fully two hours. . . . Here we had thrown across a division, and General Warren was with them.
The enemy had offered a good deal of opposition, with a skirmish fire and with artillery; despite whime; and Major Biddle and Colonel Lyman, if you would like, I shall be glad of your company.
So off we four rode, and met Warren coming back, before we got to the river.
But he at once turned horse and kept on with us. The ford was very bad, deep andes, but we floundered over, and I was once again south of the Rapid Ann. . . . As we got to the main line, Now, said General Warren, get off here and I will take you as far as you can go, very soon.
We dismounted and remained, while the two Generaley no sooner got than a sharpshooter fired at them and the ball flew harmless over our heads, though it came close to General Warren.
But hang it all!
We had not been there five minutes when that infernal old sound came, whing-z-z-z-z, and over wen
Civilians, visiting, 145.
Clapp, Channing, 23, 241.
Cold Harbor, battle of, 118; described, 140.
Cold Spring, N. Y., sword for Warren, 25.
Collis, Charles Henry Tucky, 247.
Commissioners, Christian, 231, 288.
Comstock, Cyrus Ballou, 81, 126.
Concord, Transcendentalists, 260.
Conscriptioane, captain, 49.
Steuart, George H., 111.
Stevenson, Thomas Greely, 95, 116.
Stony Creek station, 285.
Stragglers and pillaging, 117, 331; Barlow and, 157; Warren and, 291.
Stuart, James Ewell Brown, 18; death, 125.
Summerhayes, John Wyer, 268.
Sumner, Charles, 78.
Surgeon, English fusileer, 115.
Sutherland's staWallace, —, 341.
Walsh, James William, 343.
War, general features, 124; ending the, 187.
Ward, John Henry Hobart, 82; relieved from command, 106.
Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 32, 34, 4, 45, 53, 60, 69, 104, 106, 108, 114, 119, 122, 127, 128, 134, 138, 140, 242, 279, 316, 330, 333; presentation of sword, 25; manoeuvres, 50; at