nal disaster, red with the best and bravest blood of the country, North and South--red with the blood of those in both sections of the Union whose fathers fought the common battle of Independence.
Nor have these sorrows brought with them any compensation, whether of national ride or of victorious arms.
For is it not vain to appeal to you to raise a shout of joy because the men from the land of Washington, Marion, and Sumter, are baring their breasts to the steel of the men from the land of Warren, Stark, and Stockton ; or because, if this war is to continue to be waged, one or the other must go to the wall — must be consigned to humiliating subjugation?
This fearful, fruitless, fatal civil war has exhibited our amazing resources and vast military power.
It has shown that, united, even in carrying out, in its widest interpretation, the Monroe doctrine, on this continent, we could, with such protection as the broad ocean which flows between ourselves and European powers affords, have
Malvern Hill, 165.
Catlett's Station, Pope's headquarters surprised at, 178; Stuart surprises Warren at, 395.
Cedar creek, Early surprises Crook at, 613; Sheridan triumphs at, 614-15; officers k at Spottsylvania, 572-3; Cold Harbor, 580; defense of the massacre at Fort Pillow, 629; attacks Warren and Sheridan, 731; notifies Davis to evacuate Richmond, 735; crosses the Appomattox, 741; solicidar Creek, 613-14; routs Early at Waynesboroa, 727; attacked by Lee at Five Forks. 731; relieves Warren from command, 733; routs Pickett at Five Forks. 733; heads off Lee's army, 743; at New Orleans, atesville, 447; at Guntown.
Warner, Gen., fights at Henderson's Hill, La., 537.
Warren, Gen. Fitz Henry, reenforces Banks on Red river, 550.
Warren, Gen. George S., at Gaines's MilWarren, Gen. George S., at Gaines's Mill, 156; Malvern Hill, 165; Antietain, 208; Chancellorsville, 356; Centerville, 395; commands the 5th corps, 564; at the Wilderness, 567 to 571; charges at Spottsylvania, 572: at Cold Harbor, 580 to 58