J. C., 26; appointed to command of Mountain Department, 113; ordered to intercept Jackson
, 136; his march across the mountains, 136-7; fails to head off Jackson
, 137; fight with Ewell
at Cross-Keys, 136; recalled from pursuit of Jackson
140; refuses a command under Gen. Pope
. 172; his proclamation modified by order of the President
, 239; nominated for President
, 658; withdraws from Presidential canvass, 670.
French Emperor proffers his services as mediator between the North and South, 484.
(Rebel), commands a division at Antietam
, 207; at Fredericksburg
, 345; is repelled from Allatoona
by Gen. Corse
front Royal, Va., fight at, 133-4.
Gaines's Mill, Va.
, battle of, 154 to 158; map of the field, 156; Porter
's defeat, 157; losses sustained, 157-8; McClellan
's dispatches, 158.
, battle of, 181; retreat from, 183-7.
, Union defeat at, 213.
's foray, and our losses at, 322; 323; 325; naval encounters at, 323 to 327.
, Gent., surprises a Union outpost, 555.
, his defense and surrender of Port Hudson
, 318; 331 to 337.
, Gen. James
A., drives Marshall
, 42; at battle of Mill Spring
, 42; 43; 44; at Chickamauga
, his brigade cut up at South Mountain
, and himself killed, 596.
, killed at Gettysburg
, cooperates at Mobile
, Gen. John
W., his charge at Cedar Mountain
, 177; triumphs at Wauhatchie, 435.
, British-Confederate cruiser, captured by the Niagara
, skirmish at, 188.
, 367; battle and map of, 378; Gens. Hancock
arrive at, 379; preparing for the decisive charge at, 383; second battle and map of, 384; the Rebel
grand charge at, 385.
's division at the battles of the Wilderness
, 568 to 571.
, of Miss.
, killed at Egypt
, at South Mountain
. 198; wounded at Vicksburg
, 347; at Chancellorsville
362; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; at the Wilderness
, 567 to 571; at Cold Harbor, 581.
J. R., on the Slave-Trade.
, in battle of Perryville
, captures 300 prisoners from Duke
at Kingsport, Tenn.
, 688; captures 200 men and 8 guns from Vaughan
at Wytheville, Va.
, Gen. Quincy
A., routs Pegram
, 427; his plan for bombarding Fort Pulaski
adopted, 456; 457; fall of Fort Pulaski
due to, 458; succeeds Gen. Hunter
in command of the Department of the South, 473; condition of his army and plan of operations, 473-4; establishes the marsh battery, which opens on Charleston
, 478-9; captures Fort Wagner
, 481; stops blockade-running at Charleston
, 482; occupies Jacksonville
unresisted, 528; 630.
, at Chickamauga
, 417; killed at Franklin, Tenn.
, killed at Shiloh
, battle of, 161 to 163; extracts from various reports of, 162-3; Sam. Wilkeson
's account of retreat from, 164.
's farm, fight at, 160.
Goldsboroa, N. C., Schofield
enters, 716; Sherman
L. M., with Burnside
's expedition, 73; relieved from command, 76; 121.
O. P., encounters a Rebel force near Red river
, taken prisoner, 220.
J. B., mortally wounded near Richmond
G. H., extract from his report of attack on Banks
's rear-guard at Winchester
, 135; commands a brigade at Antietam
, 17:3; Jackson
W. A., at South Mountain
, at Chickamauga
, 417; captured, with most of his brigade, at Jonesboroa, Ga.
, killed at Gaines's Mill
, his train recaptured at Philadelphia, Tenn.
, killed at Franklin
Grand Ecore, La.
, Rebels beaten near, 545.
Grand Gulf, Miss.
, burned by Gen. Williams
, 101; attack on, 302.
, Gen. Gordon
, at Chickamauga
, 421; captures Fort Morgan
, 653; in attack on Mobile
, Gen. U. S.
, captures Fort Henry
, 45-6; invests and captures Fort Donelson
, 47 to 51; moves his army to Pittsburg Landing
, 58-9; arrives on the battle-field, 63; his remarks on the line of retreat, 65; 66; 68; his report of losses at Pittsburg Landing
, 70; in command of the district of West Tennessee-informs Rosecrans
of the movements of a large Rebel force, 222; orders Rosecrans
to attack luka, and sends him reenforcements, 223; he reenforces Corinth
so as to resist the besieging army under Van Dorn
, 230; his attempts to flank the Mississippi
, 295; he crosses the Big Black, 309; changes his point of attack on Vicksburg
, 300; directs a naval attack on the batteries of Grand Gulf
, 302; crosses his army near Port Gibson
, 303; his attack, 304; his captures and loss, 304; changes his base of supplies, 304; wins the battle of Champion Hills
. 307; his captures and losses, 308-9; fall of Haines's Bluff and Yazoo City
, 310; his grand assault on Vicksburg
a failure — he begins a regular siege — negotiations for surrender, captures and losses, &c., 310 to 316; selected for chief command in Tennessee
, 432; is reenforced by Sherman
, 437; drives Bragg
from Lookout Mountain
, Chattanooga Valley
, and Mission Ridge
, 438 to 445; his official report, 442; losses on both sides, 446; is appointed Lieut.-General
-his advance on Richmond
, 562; his qualifications and ideas, 563-4; lie crosses the Rapidan
, 567; fights Lee
at the Wilderness
, 567 to 570; advances to the North Anna river
, 577; his flank movement to Cold Harbor, 579; his grand assault at Cold Harbor, 5S1; he crosses the James river
, 583; end of his campaign of 1864 and losses, 597; remarks on the results of the campaign, 598; letter to Butler
regarding the capture of Wilmington
, 712; before Petersburg
, 729; 730; compels Lee
to surrender, 743-4; visits Sherman
, 753; issues general order
congratulating the troops on the end of the Rebellion
great Run, Va., Sigel
fights Rebels at, 179.
, Brig.-Gen. Lucien
, killed near Atlanta
, Horace, writes to the President
on Slavery in the War
, 251; at Niagara Falls
, railroad communication reopened to, 270.
, wounded at Fort Wagner
, wounded at Wauhatchie, 435.
, Gen. Tom
, killed on Red river
, taken prisoner at Farmville
(Union), attacked, and 500 men captured from him near Jefferson, Va.
(Rebel), wounded at Antietam
, 210; at Gettysburg
, cavalry raids to, 615.
B. H. (since Gen.
), raids from Lagrange
to Baton Rouge
, 301; raids toward Mobile
, at Gaines's Mill
, 156; at Malvern Hill
, 165; captures 1,500 Rebels at Five Forks
, 22d Iowa, captures 13 prisoners. 312.
, Senator James
W., of Iowa
, his bill for the education of colored children, 266.