, captured by Stoneman
, occupied by Sherman
, Hon. Charles
F., remonstrates against the building of Southern war cruisers in England
, J. Q., on the Slave-Trade, 233-235.
, Gen. John
, wounded at Stone River
, 276; killed at Franklin, Tenn.
's office, order from, discharging prisoners, 758.
, expeditions into, 53, 72; rout of Gen. Bragg
, 213; Rosecrans
in command of, 222; the repossession of, 716; Wilson
's raid through, 716.
, steamer, details of her fight with the Kearsarge
, 646 to 648.
, ram, destruction of the, 535.
, steamboat, burned by Morgan
Allatoona Pass, occupied by Sherman
, 628; defended by Gen. Corse
H. W., covers Rebel retreat from Shiloh
G. T., wounded at Glendale
, 163; present at Malvern Hill
, 165; guards the pass at South Mountain
, 196; killed at Antietam
, C., surrenders Fort Gaines
, killed at Williamsburg
, raises Black regiments, 520.
D. R., 7th Kansas, on slavehunting, 520.
, battle and map of, 205-9; killed and wounded at, 210.
, 26; Rebels concentrated in, 27; Sigel
retreats from Bentonville
, 27, 32, 34; Curtis
attacked at the Cache
, 34; retires to Helena
, 37; in 1863, 446; reorganized by Unionists
, 555; see Pea. Ridge, Prairie Grove
, Rebel ram, passes through Union fleet a Vicksburg.
102; failure of attack upon, 102; final destruction of, 104.
, Post of, taken by McClernand
, Maj. Gen.
, wounded at Antietam
, 210; mortally wounded at Gettysburg
Army Appropriation bill in Senate, 526.
Army Deficiency bill before the Senate, 526.
army of the Cumberland, reorganized by Rosecrans
army of the Ohio, composition of, under Buell
; reorganized by Rosecrans
army of the Potomac, inactivity of during the Winter of 1861-2, 107; organized into four corps by the President
, 108; transported to Fortress Monroe
, 110; advance to Manassas
, 112; Peninsular campaign
, 120 to 127; strength of, in Winter of 1861-2, 128-9; strength of, in April, 1862, 131; in McClellan
's campaign before Richmond
, 141 to 172; strength of, in June, 1862, 151159; at Harrison's Landing
, 168; losses sustained by, during the Seven Days battles, 168-9; strength of, in July, 1862, 169; withdrawn from Harrison's Landing
to Acquia Creek
, 171; under command of Gens. Burnside
, 342 to 375; reorganized under Meade
, 564; end of Grant
's campaign of 1864 and losses of the, 597
, occupies Pensacola
arson, during N. York
, Gen. Alex
., 28-9; at Pea Ridge
, Gen. Turner
, killed, 137.
, Col. Bailey
constructs a bridge over the, 551; Banks
's army retreats across the, 551.
625; route of his advance to, 627; defenses of, 631; flanked by the right, 635; abandoned by Hood
, 637; Sherman
's army marches from, en route to Savannah
, Rebel ram, captured, 473.
, severely wounded.
177; at Port Hudson
, movements of, in West Virginia
, captures 1,000 Rebels at Five Forks
Bachelor's creek, N. C.
, Union garrison at, captured, 533.
, destroys extensive salt-works in Florida
, Lt. Col.
(afterward Gen.), in attack on defenses of New Orleans, 91-2; demands surrender of New Orleans, 96; Porter
's fleet on the Red River
rescued by, 549; constructs a bridge over the Atchafalaya
's army, 551.
J. D., killed, 144.
, at Chickamauga
, 415; cooperates at Lookout Mountain
, Chattanooga Valley
, and Mission Ridge
, 438 to 442.
, National platform of 1864, 659; massacre of Massachusetts volunteers, in the streets of, 514.
's history, as to Negro Soldiers, 511.
N. P., assigned to Department of the Gulf, 105; to command on the upper Potomac, 109; operations of, in Shenandoah valley, 114, 115, 182 to 136; fights at Winchester
, and retreats to the Potomac
, 134; 135-6; extract from his report, 135; his losses in the Valley
, 135; assigned to the army in Virginia
, 172; his operations in the valley of the Shenandoah
, 175; battle of Cedar Mountain
, 177; supports Gen. Sigel
at Great Run
, 179; he reports movements of the enemy, 180; Washington City
in command of, 194; commands Department of the Gulf, 327; invests and captures Port Hudson
, 331 to 387; in Western Texas
, 341; his operations in Texas
and on Red River
, 536 to 546; is routed at Sabine Cross-roads by Kirby Smith
— his losses, 539-40; fights again at Pleasant Grove
, 541; again at Pleasant Hill
, 543; retreats to Grand Ecore
, 545; extract from his report.
orders him to close his Shreveport
campaign, 550; he abandons Alexandria
and retreats to the Atchafalaya river
, 551; transfers his army to Gen. Canby
, and proceeds to New Orleans, 551.