, wounded at Franklin
, in Missouri
, 36; at Lone Jack
, occupied by McClellan
Cold Harbor, Grant
's flank movement to, 579; battle and map of, 580; grand assault on, 581; officers killed at, 582.
, of the Wachusett
, captures the Florida
in a Brazilian harbor, 645; court-martialed, 646.
colonization, President Lincoln
's scheme, 257.
colored Orphan Asylum, fired by rioters, 505.
, at Antietam
, sacked by Morgan
defeated at, 551.
Columbia, S. C.
captures-pillage and burning of, 700; 702.
, Gen. Buford
, evacuated by Rebels, 54.
Confederate naval officers — corsairs, 641.
Confederates' opinion of Black Union soldiers, 523; impressment of slaves for military service by, 522; resolutions of in relation to Abolition prisoners, 523-4.
, passage of, by Sherman
Congress, appropriation in aid of the colonization of slaves, 257; meeting of the XXXV<*>th, 257; officers prohibited from returning fugitive slaves, 257; an act against Slavery passed by, 261-2; classification of Representatives in, 254; Rebel slaves freed by act of, 263; Hayti and Liberia
recognized by, 265; in relation to rendition of fugitive slaves.
proposes National aid to emancipation, 259; law of evidence in favor of colored men passed by, 269; subjects negroes to conscription, 519; army appropriation and deficiency bills before, 526; Grant
's appointment as Lieutenant-General
to command the armies approved by, 562; reassembles after Presidential election.
678; resolves that Slavery shall not exist in the United States
Congress, frigate, destruction of, 117.
State Elections, 486; 739.
, Gov. Henry
, of New Mexico
P. E., 1st Cal. Vols., his Indian campaign, 455.
conscription, first draft in New York, 501; riots in New York and Brooklyn
on account oa drafting, 503 to 505; Congress declares negroes subject to, 519; Mr. Stevens
's amendment, 519; 520.
conscription acts, passage of rival bills in Congress, 487; Judge Woodward
's opinion of, 488.
Convention, the Ohio Democratic
, 493; of Unionists
, 532, 658.
, charges without orders, 157; wounded at Centerville
, defeated at Honey Springs
, besieged, 71; evacuated by Rebels under Breckinridge
, 72; map of the siege of, 226; composition of Rosecrans
's army at, 225; its chief works constructed by Beauregard
, 225; a correspondent's description of the siege of, 227-8; Rosecrans
's official report, 229-30; Van Dorn
repulsed at, 230; captures and losses, 231.
D. N., at Fair Oaks
, 144 to 146; commands a division at Malvern Hill
, 165; at Fredericksburg
, 344; at Chancellorsville
D. S., 128th N. Y., killed at Port Hudson
J. D., ordered to reenforce Pope
's army, 179; at South Mountain
, 196; in North Carolina
Crampton's Gap, fight at and map of, 199-200.
Craney Island, Va.
, evacuated by Rebels, 127.
, at Cedar Mountain
, 177; at Antietam
, 206; his advance at Gettysburg
, 887; charges at Five Forks
, 7th Ohio, wounded, 177.
crisis, opinion of Gov. H. Seymour
, Col. Geo
B., treachery of, 19; relieves Zollicoffer
, at Champion Hills, 308.
, surprised at Cedar Creek
, 5th N. H., killed at Gettysburg
fights at, 138-9.
, at Chickamauga
, threatens Maryland Heights
's operations near, 175, 177; Jackson
's batteries at, 177.
, recrossed by Bragg
and Kirby Smith
, works blown up at, 214.
, frigate, destruction of, 116.
, killed at Stone River
currency depreciation and National debt, 663.
G., reelected Governor of Pennsylvania
, Gen. Samuel
R., pursues Price
, 27; at Pea Ridge
, 27 to 31; his report of losses at, 31; advances into Arkansas
, 24; at the Cache
, 84; retires to Helena
, 35; allusion to, 36; fights Price
, raids across the Rapidan
, 564-5; victorious at Sailor's Creek
, 741; at Appomattox Station, 743.
, Admiral John
A., succeeds Dupont
in command of the South Atlantic Squadron, 473; his luckless attack on Sumter
, Col. Ulric
, killed in a raid on Richmond
, captured by Sherman
, captured by Sherman
N. J. T., at West Point, Va.
, 126-7; at Fair Oaks
, 146; wounded at Antietam
209; at Morganzia, La.
, 346; services in Western Texas
, 341; his raid in North Alabama
, menaces Little Rock
, 451; his raid toward Mobile
, Gen. Jeff
C. (Union), captures Rebel camp and 1,000 prisoners at Milford, Mo.
, 26; at Pea Ridge
, 28 to 31; commands a division at Stone River
, 274; captures 141 of Wheeler
's raiders, 284; with Sherman
in his great march from Atlanta
, 689 to 695.
, Proclamation of, declaring Gen. Butler
a felon, 105-6; on the field at Fair Oaks
, 143; leads Rebel charge at Fair Oaks
, 145; on the importance of holding the Mississippi
, 286; his speech on the fall of Atlanta
639; his ultimatum for peace, 666; declares he would sacrifice his life a thousand times before he would succumb, 675; leaves Richmond
, 738; sets up his Government at Danville
, 754; issues a proclamation, receives news of Lee
's surrender, 755; is captured near Irwinsville by Lt.-Col. Pritchard
, 104th Pa., killed, 144.
, 12th Illinois, captures trains, 20,1.
(Union), at Memphis
, 56-7; 58.
's attack on, 631; 633.
Democratic press, on the Draft, 501-2.
E. S., at Port Gibson
, 305; defense of and loss at Milliken's Bend
, 818, 319.
Dfvens, Gen. Charles
, wounded, 145; 148.
, killed near Vicksburg
, Major-Gen. John
A.. his proclamation on occupying parts of Virginia
, at Big creek
, his raid in North Alabama
, 102; fights at, 338.
A., succeeds General Hatch
(wounded) at South Mountain
, 198; opens his batteries at Antietam
, 205; at Gettysburg
, 880 to 887.
, killed at Antietam
, Gen. Neal
, wounded at Port Hudson
Draft, the Democratic press on, 501; riots in New York, because of, 503; Gov. Seymour
, attack on batteries at, 140-1.
, defeated at Donaldsonville