ad done all this with a loss of less than one thousand men in killed, wounded, and missing.
The march from the Valley to Seven Days Around Richmond, and that to Pope's rear at Manassas; the march to the capture of Harper's Ferry, and thence to Sharpsburg (Antietam); the move from the Valley to first Fredericksburg, and that to that in some of his most brilliant and successful movements—such as his march against Fremont, and then against Banks, his march to Seven Days Around Richmond, to Pope's rear at Second Manassas, and to Hooker's flank and rear at Chancellorsville—the element of secrecy entered largely into his success.
Jackson was noted for therather than Stand.
Cyclone, or Tornado, or Hurricane, would more appropriately index Jackson's character as a soldier.
There has been a hot dispute between General Pope and General Banks as to the responsibility for the opening of the battle of Cedar Run (Slaughter's Mountain), in Culpeper county, in the beginning of the Secon
H., Address of, 392.
Reams's Station, Battle at, 113.
Richmond College, Geographical and Historical Society of, 125.
Richmond, Evacuation of, 330; Social Life in, 380.
Richmond Fayette Artillery, 57.
Richmond Home Guard, 57.
Robins, Major W. M., 164.
Robinson Leigh, His noble Address on General Joseph E. Johnston: 337.
Saddle, General in the, 167; Grant, Lee, Meade, 168; Warren, Burnside, McClellan, Sherman, 169; Hooker.
Kilpatrick, Sickles, Hampton, 170; B F. Butler, John Pope, Sheridan, 171; Pleasanton, Hancock, Logan, 172; Stonewall Jackson,
Stuart, McClellan, Kearney, 173; Ord, Wallace, Early, Banks, Terry, 174.
Scheibert, Major J on Jefferson Davis, 406.
Schools, Free in Virginia, 138.
Secession of Southern States, Order of the, 412.
Sherwood. Grace, Trial of for witchcraft, 131.
Slavery in the South, 393; Elements of in Virginia.
Smith, J. C., of the Stuart Horse Artillery, 181.
Soldiers' Homes in the South, 336.