seq. Devastates and conscripts as he flies, 160, 161.
Plans to attack Banks at Strasburg, 175, 176; begins by attacking Milroy, 177 et seq. Defeats Milroy and Schenck at MacDowell, 179.
Pushes on to attack Banks, 180-182 etseq.; his slow progress,Milroy and Schenck at MacDowell, 179.
Pushes on to attack Banks, 180-182 etseq.; his slow progress, 184; but gets upon Banks's flank without the latter's knowledge, 185.
Attacks Colonel Kenly at Front Royal, 187,--and destroys or captures Kenly's force at Cedarville, 189.
Is hindered in his advance on Strasburg by disobedience of his orders, 198 264, 272.
Militia, State, inadequacy of, for war, 2, 27, 28, 33, 34.
Absurd usage of, in election of officers, 2.
Milroy, General, Federal commander in Civil War, 176.
Is attacked by Stonewall Jackson.
177 et seq. Fights Jackson at MacDowcltain, 311, 312 (note). Dies at Charlottesville, 332.
Schenck, General, Federal officer, fights Stonewall Jackson, with Milroy, 178-180.
Schouler, William, adjutant-general of Massachusetts, 22.
Scott, Lieutenant, aid to General Gordon, 206,