, at second Bull Run
Brooklyn, N. Y.
, arson and its cause in, 505.
, John, elected Governor of Ohio
, killed at second Bull Run
J. M., killed at Fair Oaks
E. B., fights at Arrow Rock
, killed at Springfield
, wounded at Franklin
's base of supplies, 304.
, Admiral Franklin
, commands ram Manassas
, 116; severely wounded at Mobile
J. T., at Gaines's Mill
, commands a brigade at Malvern Hill
, 165; at Gainesville
, Gen. Simon
B., 48; repulsed at Fort Donelson
, 49; surrenders, 50; at Chickamauga
, 415; abandons East Tennessee
, 429; surrenders, 758.
, 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
, 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.
, relieves Donaldsonville
second, battle of, 185-6; map of the field, 1847; Jackson
's report of, 188-9.
, at Fort Hindman, 293; at Vicksburg
, 63d New York, relieves General Meagher
, killed at Stone River
, 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
, 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.
, repels Magruder
's attack, 160.
, at Chickamauga
, 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
, 575; commands the first Fort Fisher
expedition, 708; declines to assault Fort Fisher
, 711; returns to the James
, Gen. D. C.
, at Gaines's Mill
, 146; at Malvern Hill
, 165; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 389.
, repulse of, at Fayetteville
, 448; routed by Gen. Brown
, 453; captured by Pleasanton
's force in Missouri
, at Antietam
marches to, 552.
, Gen. Simon
, retires from War Department, 81; 108; in relation to Slaves, 239; 243.
, East Tenn.
, fight at, 431.
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.
, Ohio, killed at Bull Run
, at Perryville, Ky.
's bridge, La.
, encounter at, 328.
, at Pea Ridge
, 28 to 31; attacks Shelby
, and captures 200 prisoners, 554.
, severely wounded, 177.
, wounded at Franklin
, Brig.-Gen. Il
(Union), his raids into East Tennessee
S. P., retreats across the Ohio
, Gen. Silas
, his division surprised at Fair Oaks
, 143 to 147: his camp captured.
148; commands a division at Malvern Hill
Catlett's Station, Pope
's headquarters surprised at, 178; Stuart
at, 613; Sheridan
triumphs at, 614-15; officers killed at, 615.
, battle and map of, 176; Jackson
up to, 395.
, Gen. James
R., at Stone River
, scene of the Rebel General Stuart
's depredations, 211; burned by Rebels, 611.
Champion Hills, Miss., battle of, 307.
, battle and map of. 356 to 365.
, battle near, and losses, 188-9.
, wounded at Port Hudson
H., his brigade at Gaines's Mill
, 156; at Malvern Hill
, languid operations against, 529; raid of Rebel iron-clads from, 465-6; the “Swamp Angel
” opens on, 479; fall oft 701-2-3.
, cause and effect of sinking boats in, 458; British clamor, 458.
, captured by Imboden
S. P., on the National
finances, 661; resigns his office as Secretary of the Treasury
, killed at Fort Wagner
retreats across, 630.
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
at, 437; strength of Sherman
's army at, 625.
B. F., commands a division at Perryville
, 219; at Stone River
Democratic National Convention of 1864, spirit of the, 666 to 669.
, battle of, 415-25; losses at, 425.
T. J., surrenders Fort Hindman, 293; his losses, 294.
, gunboat, sunk, 56.
, cutter, sunk, 314.
, Gen. Charles
(Rebel), killed at Baton Rouge
, killed at Port Hudson
, reports Rebel movements, 180.
, captured by guerrillas, 213.
, Major-Gen. Pat
(Rebel), wounded, 221; commands division at Stone River
, 274; turns on Hooker
, 445; killed at Franklin
, captures raiders, 404.
, captured by McPherson