Heidseick, Charles, acts as spy, 391.
Hendricks, at Chicago National Convention, 982.
Hersey, James, teacher at Deerfield, 49-50.
Herald, New York, Grant in, 863.
Heywood, Constable, shot by Carey, 1026.
Hicks, Governor, of Maryland, correspondence with, 194; interview with, 195; correspondence with, 208, 211.
Hildreth, Dr., Israel, father-in-law of Benj. F. Butler, 78.
Hill, Col. D. H., commanding Confederate forces at Big Bethel, 267; reference to, 646; as General, y, 220; issues first general order, 236; relies on yellow fever to kill Northern troops, 397; correspondence with Lovell, abandoning Louisiana, 477; action in Mumford matter, 542; puts colored prisoners in trenches under fire, 548; movement into Maryland, 583; how Grant proposed to fight, 593; destitute condition of a corps under, 611; a feint to deceive, 621: sends Early to attack Washington, 628; hopes of, 631; caught napping, 691; arrives at Petersburg, 691; attempts to recover Fort Harrison,