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fter 6 P. M., when we were in possession of all his encampments between Owl and Lick Creeks but one; nearly all of his field-artillery, about thirty flags, colors, and standards, over three thousand prisoners, including a division commander (General Prentiss), and several brigade commanders, thousands of small-arms, an immense supply of subsistence, forage, and munitions of war, and a large amount of means of transportation, all the substantial fruits of a complete victory—such, indeed, as rarel, one was now an advancing, triumphant host, with arm uplifted to give the mortal blow; the other, a broken, mangled, demoralized mob, paralyzed and waiting for the stroke. While the other Confederate brigades, which had shared most actively in Prentiss's capture, were sending back the prisoners and forming again for a final attack, two brigades, under Chalmers and Jackson, on the extreme right, had cleared away all in front of them, and, moving down the river-bank, now came upon the last point
14, 262, 265, 269, 270, 271, 275, 276, 498-99, 618, 630, 631,633, 634. Orders to devastate Virginia, 262-63. Port Hudson. Siege, 351-52, 353. Port Republic, Battle of, 94-96. Gen. Taylor's description, 95-96. Port Royal, S. C., 8. Porter, General, 114, 275, 283. Admiral, D. D., 23, 182, 184, 185, 332, 333, 347, 455-56, 458, 548, 581. Statement concerning Confederate use of torpedo naval defense, 174. Posey, General, 300. Powers, Maurice, 201. Powhatan (ship), 207-08. Prentiss, General, 48, 50. Preston, General, 361. Prestonburg, Battle of, 15. Price, General, Sterling, 39, 40, 326-27, 328, 329, 496. Prisoners. Treatment, 9-10. Exchange, 11-13, 492-98, 501-13. Pritchard, Colonel, 595. Edward, 200. Private property confiscation, 138-39. Protestant Episcopal Church South, established, 634. Pryor, General, 103, 131. Q Queen of the West (ship). Capture of the Indianola, 202-03. R Rains, Gen. G. J., 68, 354, 481. Description of use of sub-te