for commission for friends in same, 10, 11.
Urges the War Department to accept more troops from Mass., 15.
His action in regard to a case of discipline of an officer of the Second Mass. Regiment, 2r, 124-126.
Cameron, Simon (Secretary of War), writes Governor Andrew in regard to Massachusetts regiments for the war, 15, 16.
Camp Andrew, the name given to the first camping-ground of5.
Elzey, General, Rebel officer, 237, 240.
Enlistment of troops for the Civil War, in Massachusetts,--course pursued by General Gordon in, 2 et seq.
Evans, N. G., General, commands Rebel for, fights Stonewall Jackson, with Milroy, 178-180.
Schouler, William, adjutant-general of Massachusetts, 22.
Scott, Lieutenant, aid to General Gordon, 206, 222, 224.
Promoted to be captain, 2719-22.
Good discipline of, while at Brook Farm, 22,--and elsewhere, 24. 50, 90, 91.
Leaves Massachusetts for Virginia, 23.
Its fine order and appearance as it marched into Martinsburg, Md., 23, 24