sary of the inauguration of Washington, April 30, 1839, ex-President John Quincy Adams delivered an address which was received with great approval by the people.
In that speech Mr. Adams said:
But the indissoluble union between the several States of this confederated nation is, f political gravitation to the centre.
It is very evident that Mr. Adams and the people of New England generally regarded these views as tlobe, volume XI, page 977:
Monday, January 24th.—In the House. Mr. Adams presented the petition of sundry citizens of Haverhill, in the Std by some it was denounced as treason and perjury.
On page 980 Mr. Adams spoke in his own defence and in favor of the petition.
He said: for the dissolution of the Union, the member from Massachusetts (Mr. Adams) has justly incurred the censure of this House.
The following ed by Mr. Marshall, of Kentucky:
Resolved, therefore, That Hon. John Q. Adams, a member from Massachusetts, in presenting for the considera
s and Miss Mary C. Jones, who were untiring in their efforts to secure accuracy in the execution of this tedious work.
Adams, J. M., Assistant Surgeon, com'd July 19, 1861. Dec. 31, 62, Murfreesboro Hospital, Feb. 28, 1863, Ringgold Hospital, Ga., April 30, 1863, Lafayette, Ga., April 17, 1863, ordered to report to Lafayette, Ga., on temporary duty.
Adams, J. C., Assistant Surgeon, com'd July 21, 1862, passed Board at Tupelo, July 21, 1862, and appointed by Secretary of War, and assigned to Divine Hospital. Feb. 28, 1863, 27th Mississippi Regiment, Nov. 30, 1863, 30th Mississippi Regiment.
Adams, Andrew Jackson, detailed July 31, 1863, Superintendent Transportation of sick, depot Chattanooga.
Rejected by A. B. M. E. Nov. 4, 186xas Regiment, Aug. 31, ‘63, 32d Texas Regiment.
Aills, S. Wm., Surgeon, June 30, ‘64, 6th Mississippi Regiment, Senior Surgeon Adams' Brigade.
Angell, J. W., Assistant Surgeon, June 30, ‘64, Clayton's Brigade, Hospital Corps, Sept. 30, ‘64, 36
Adams, John Quincy, on Secession, 31.
Alabama Claims, The, 96.
American Soldiery, Gallantry of, 40.
Anderson, Col. Archer, 386.
Appeal-Avalanche, The, Memphis, Tennessee, cited, 63.
Arkansas Post. Its fall Jan. 11, 1863; report of Col R. R. Garland, 10.
Arnold, Wm., 158.
Artillery, C. S., Its prowess, 319.
Association of the Army of No. Va.
Proceedings at the Annual Meeting, Dec. 13, 1894; officers of, 334; some present at, 281
Atkinson, Col., John Wilder, 49.
August, Col., Thos, P., 49.
Aylett, Col Wm. R. His address; Women of the South, 54.
Baldwin, Col. John B., Inspector-General of Virginia, 48.
Bennett, Hon. R. T., late Colonel 14th N. C. Infantry, C. S. A., 81.
Bernard, George S., 69.
Blockades, Importance of, 89.
Blue and Gray, Blending of the, 67.
Boynton, Gen. H. V., 67.
Bronaugh, Wm., 46.
Brown. Col., Commandant of Fort Pulaski, 140.
Buchannan, C. S. N., Admiral Franklin, 77.
Burgwyn, Col. H. K.; killed, 123.