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Brockenbrough, Col., at second Bull Run, 189.

Brooklyn, N. Y., arson and its cause in, 505.

Brough, John, elected Governor of Ohio, 510.

Brown, Col., killed at second Bull Run, 689.

Brown, Col. J. M., killed at Fair Oaks, 144.

Brown, Gen. E. B., fights at Arrow Rock, 453.

Brown, Gen., killed at Springfield, 447.

Brown, Maj.-Gen., wounded at Franklin, 683.

Bruinsburg, Miss., Grant's base of supplies, 304.

Buchanan, Admiral Franklin, commands ram Manassas, 116; severely wounded at Mobile, 653.

Buchanan, Gen. J. T., at Gaines's Mill, 166.

Buchanan, Gen., commands a brigade at Malvern Hill, 165; at Gainesville, 187.

Buckner, Gen. Simon B., 48; repulsed at Fort Donelson, 49; surrenders, 50; at Chickamauga, 415; abandons East Tennessee, 429; surrenders, 758.

Buell, Gen. D. C., commands Department of the Ohio, 51; moves on Bowling Green, 51; occupies Nashville. 54; joins Grant, 66-7; extract from his report, 66-7; in battle of Pittsburg Landing, 68-9; assumes command of the Army of the Ohio, reorganizes his forces at Huntsville, 212; moves on Chattanooga, 213; advances against Bragg, 217; part of his army assailed at Perryville, 220-1; his official report, 221; relieved by Gen. Rosecrans, 222.

Buford, Gen., relieves Gen. Hatch, 175; guards the fords of the Upper Rapidan, 175; reports the enemy crossing Raccoon Ford, 175; services of his cavalry at Great Run 179; commands at Manassas Gap, 393; skirmish, 394.

Bullen, Major, relieves Donaldsonville, 338.

Bull Run second, battle of, 185-6; map of the field, 1847; Jackson's report of, 188-9.

Burbridge, Gen., at Fort Hindman, 293; at Vicksburg, 315.

Burke, Col., 63d New York, relieves General Meagher at Antietam, 208.

Burks, Col., Texas, killed at Stone River, 282.

Burnside, Gen. Ambrose E., his expedition sails from Fortress Monroe, 73; operations of, on the North Carolina coast, 73-81; captures Roanoke Island, 75-6: Newbern, 77; Fort Macon, 78; at South Mills, 79-80; returned to Fortress Monroe, 80; allusion to, 127; commands a division at Antietamn. 208-209; his Roanoke proclamation as to Slavery, 244; commands the Army of the Potomac, 342; fights Lee at Fredericksburg, 343 to 349; his “mud march” --relieved from his command, 351; assigned to the department of the Ohio, 427; his advance on Knoxville, 428; captures Cumberland Gap, 480; his order in regard to persons declaring sympathy for the enemy, 489; his conquests in North Carolina, 535; arrest of Mr. Vallandigham, military sentence, and public sensation, 489; 490; he crosses the Potomac, 564; marches on Chancellorsville, 566; at the battles of the Wilderness, 568 to 571; charges at Spottsylvania. 552; at Cold Harbor, 580 to 582; his Mine explosion, 591.

Burns, Gen., repels Magruder's attack, 160.

Bushrod, Gen., at Chickamauga, 422.

Butler, Gen. Benjamin F., 73; expedition of, against New Orleans, 81 to 106; raises volunteers in New England, 81; expedition of, at Ship Island, 82-3; narrow escape of, from shipwreck, 83; arrives at the mouth of the Mississippi, 85; occupies New Orleans, 97; administration of, in, New Orleans, 98; 101; 106; his order No. 28,100; superseded by Gen. Banks, 105; returns to New York, 105; outlawed by ,Jeff. Davis, 105-6; his address to people of New Orleans, 106; he retains slaves as contraband of war, 238; in command( at Fortress Monroe, 574; menaces Petersburg and Richmond, 575; commands the first Fort Fisher expedition, 708; declines to assault Fort Fisher, 711; returns to the James, 711.

Butterfield, Gen. D. C., at Gaines's Mill, 146; at Malvern Hill, 165; at Gettysburg, 380 to 389.


Cabell, Gen., repulse of, at Fayetteville, 448; routed by Gen. Brown at Booneville, 453; captured by Pleasanton's force in Missouri, 561.

Caldwell, Brig.-Gen., at Antietam, 208.

Camden, Arkansas, Steele marches to, 552.

Cameron, Gen. Simon, retires from War Department, 81; 108; in relation to Slaves, 239; 243.

Campbell's Station, East Tenn., fight at, 431.

Canby, Gen. E. R. S., organizes militia in New Mexico, 21; at Fort Craig, 22-3; Valverde. 22; holds New Mexico, 25; in command of the trans-Mississippi department--Banks turns over his army to him, 551; aids in recovering Alabama, 716; advances against Mobile, 721; Dick Taylor surrenders to, 754.

Cantwell, Col., Ohio, killed at Bull Run, 189.

Carlin, Col., at Perryville, Ky., 220.

Carney's bridge, La., encounter at, 328.

Carr, Gen., at Pea Ridge, 28 to 31; attacks Shelby in Arkansas, and captures 200 prisoners, 554.

Carroll, Gen., severely wounded, 177.

Carter, Gen., wounded at Franklin, 683.

Carter, Brig.-Gen. Il (Union), his raids into East Tennessee. 283.

Carter, Gen. S. P., retreats across the Ohio, 427.

Casey, Gen. Silas, his division surprised at Fair Oaks, 143 to 147: his camp captured. 148; commands a division at Malvern Hill, 165.

Catlett's Station, Pope's headquarters surprised at, 178; Stuart surprises Warren at, 395.

Cedar creek, Early surprises Crook at, 613; Sheridan triumphs at, 614-15; officers killed at, 615.

Cedar Mountain, battle and map of, 176; Jackson defeats Banks at, 177.

Centerville, Lee chases Meade up to, 395.

Chalmers, Gen. James R., at Stone River, 282.

Chambersburg, Pa., scene of the Rebel General Stuart's depredations, 211; burned by Rebels, 611.

Champion Hills, Miss., battle of, 307.

Chancellorsville, battle and map of. 356 to 365.

Chantilly, Va., battle near, and losses, 188-9.

Chapin, Col., wounded at Port Hudson, 333.

Chapman, Gen. H., his brigade at Gaines's Mill, 156; at Malvern Hill, 165.

Charleston, languid operations against, 529; raid of Rebel iron-clads from, 465-6; the “Swamp Angel” opens on, 479; fall oft 701-2-3.

Charleston Harbor, cause and effect of sinking boats in, 458; British clamor, 458.

Charlestown, Va., captured by Imboden, 396.

chase, Gov. S. P., on the National finances, 661; resigns his office as Secretary of the Treasury, 661.

Chatfield, Col., killed at Fort Wagner, 477.

Chattahoochee river, Johnston retreats across, 630.

Chattanooga, Bragg marches to, 213; Rosecrans's preparations for the campaign, 404; map of the positions held by Rosecrans's and Bragg's armies at, 416; Sherman reenforces Grant at, 437; strength of Sherman's army at, 625.

Cheatham, Gen. B. F., commands a division at Perryville, 219; at Stone River, 274-5.

Chicago Democratic National Convention of 1864, spirit of the, 666 to 669.

Chickamauga, battle of, 415-25; losses at, 425.

Churchill, Gen. T. J., surrenders Fort Hindman, 293; his losses, 294.

Cincinnati, gunboat, sunk, 56.

Cincinnati, cutter, sunk, 314.

Clarke, Gen. Charles (Rebel), killed at Baton Rouge, 103.

Clarke, Col., Mich., killed at Port Hudson, 333.

Clark, Col., reports Rebel movements, 180.

Clarksville, Tenn., captured by guerrillas, 213.

Cleburne, Major-Gen. Pat. (Rebel), wounded, 221; commands division at Stone River, 274; turns on Hooker at Ringgold, 445; killed at Franklin, 683.

Clendenin, Major, captures raiders, 404.

Clinton, Miss., captured by McPherson, 306.

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