o Mayor Monroe, 2.343; his bombardment of the batteries at Vicksburg, 2.526; operations of against the Mobile forts, 3.439-3.444.
Fast-Day, proclaimed by Buchanan, 1.77.
Faulkner, Charles J., mischievous influence of in Europe, 1.565.
Fayetteville, Ark., repulse of Confederates at by Col. Harrison, 3.213; relieved by Gen. Curtis, 3.280.
Fayetteville, N. C., arsenal at seized by State troops, 1.386; Sherman at, 3.497.
Felton, S. M., his account of the first assassination plot (noteFayetteville, N. C., arsenal at seized by State troops, 1.386; Sherman at, 3.497.
Felton, S. M., his account of the first assassination plot (note), 3.565.
Fernandina, occupation of by Nationals, 2.321.
Ferrero, Gen., services of at Knoxville, 3.173.
Finances, Confederate, schemes in relation to, 1.544; bad condition of in 1863 and 1864, 3.227, 228.
Finances, national, condition of at the close of 1860, 1.115; toward the close of Buchanan's term, 1.297; and in 1868 and 1864, 3.226.
Firing the Southern heart, 1.41.
Fisher's Hill, battle of, 3.366.
Five Forks, battle of, 3.542.
Flag, national, General Dix's telegram