C., reoccupies Baton Rouge
, battle of, 183.
gunboats, captured and destroyed by the enemy on Red river
routed at, 621.
's case, 489; President Lincoln
advances to, 196.
Haines's Bluff, Miss.
's feint on, 303; capture of, 310.
A. S., 105th Ohio, defeats Morgan
on Vaught's Hill, 284.
H. W., allusion to, 26; 35; 58; his army occupies Corinth, Miss.
, 71-2; summoned to Washington
to act as General-in-Chief
, 72; department of, extended, 113; his suggestions to Gen. McClellan
, 169-70-71; his communications with Gen. McClellan
, ordering him to withdraw his army from the Peninsula
, 190-1-2; his order relating to fugitive slaves.
241; orders Burnside
to concentrate his army on the Tennessee
430; his apprehensions as to Rosecrans
's army at Chattanooga
relieves him as Commander-in-Chief
and appoints him chief of staff, 564.
S., cooperates in the attack on Price
223; his report as to Corinth
, 225; with Sherman
on his great march, 639.
's battery, at Olustee
, gunboat fight in, 116 to 120.
, Gen. Wade
, wounded at Gettysburg
, 389; surprises Kilpatrick
, Gen. Winfield
S., in battle of Williamsburg
, 125; succeeds Gen. Richardson
, 208; at Fredericksburg
345; at Gettysburg
380 to 387; wounded, 387; commands 2d corps of tlie Army of the Potomac. 564; he marches on Chancellorsville
566; at the Wilderness
567 to 571; captures Gen. Johnson
and staff, with 3,000 men and 30: guns.
, 571-2; at Cold Harbor, 580 to 582; north of the James
, 589; his fight at Reams's Station, 593; advances to Hatcher's Run
Hanover Court House, Va., fight at, 141-2.
, Gen. Roger
W., Ky. (Rebel), killed at Stone River
, commands a corps under Bragg
, 213; commands a corps at Stone River
, 274; his flank attack at Decatur
, near Atlanta
, 632; his attack at Jonesboroa
, a failure, 636; evacuates Savannah
, 694; evacuates Charleston
, wounded at 2d Bull Run
A. C., defends Fort Donelson
, battle and map of, 199; 200; in the hands of the enemy.
, killed at Stone River
, Gov. Isham
, at Perryville
's Bar, scene of operations, 167; map of McClellan
168: interview between President Lincoln
and Gen. McClellan
M. L., defeats Cabell
at Fayetteville, Ark.
abandons supplies at, 221.
, at South Mountain
, 198; is wounded at Antietam
, fight at, 271; disgraceful surrender of Col. Moore
, fight at, 447.
, he fails to carry out his instructions and is relieved from command, 175; commands King
's division at South Mountain
, 197; is wounded, 198; at Nashville
advances to, 595.
, Gen. Robt
(Rebel), killed, 158.
, Richard, appointed Rebel “Provisional Governor
R. C., at Roanoke Island
, 76; 79.
, Gen. Alex
., killed at the Wilderness
Hayti recognized as a Republic, 265.
, with Sherman
on his great march, 689; storms Fort McAllister
, commands a corps in Army of the Potomac. 108; at Yorktown
, 120; in battle of Williamsburg
. 122 to 125; at Fair Oaks
, 142; 145-6; his report of the battle of Glendale
, 168 ; commands a corps at Malvern Hill
165; he reenforces Pope
's army, 179; ordered to cooperate with McDowell
, 181; present at Gainesville
, 185; gallant conduct of his brigade at second Bull Run
, attack by Holmes
on, 319; Rebels defeated at, 321.
, seized by guerrillas, 212.
Henderson's Hill, La., Gen. Warner
surprises and captures guns and prisoners at, 537.
, on the Slave-Trade, 233.
F. J., routs Rebels near Fayetteville, Ark.
, 37, 38; at Prairie Grove
, 38 to 41; extracts from letters from, 88; 41; at Vicksburg
, 314; his Yazoo
(Rebel), defeated at Lewisburg
, Va., 140; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; wounded, 389; repulsed at Petersburg
T. W., takes Jacksonville
A. P., his attack near Mechanicsville
, repulsed, 153; cooperates with Jackson
, 181; moves to Harper's Ferry
, 200); at Fredericksburg
, 344; at Chancellorsville
, 359; at Centerville
, 395; killed at Petersburg
D. H. (Rebel), at Richmond
, 142; 143; his attack, near Mechanicsville
, repulsed, 153; at Malvern Hill
, 165; commands the right division at second Bull Run
, 188; at South Mountain
, 196; his report of the battle, 197; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; Foster
repels him at Washington
, 483; at Chickamauga
, 415; at the Wilderness
, 567 to 571.
, 2d Indiana, defeats raiders, 271.
T. C., 36; 37; in command at Prairie Grove
. 38 to 41; retreats from Prairie Grove
, 40; at Chickamauga
(Rebel), killed at Hartsville
, Gem., his report of strength of force reserved for defense of Washington
, his surrender in Kentucky
, besieges Plymouth, N. C.
(Rebel), 55: in command of fleet at New Orleans, 84; superseded by Com. Whittle
, captured by Van Dorn
, his failure at Helena
(Rebel), killed at Benton, Ark.
, by scouts under Capt. Inez
defeated at, 449.
, Gen. John
B., attempts to turn the right of our army at Thoroughfare Gap, 183; commands a division at Antietam
, 200; at Gettysburg
380 to 389: wounded at Chickamauga
, 422; leads the attack at Kenesaw Mountain
, 629; succeeds Johnson
in command of the Rebel
army at Atlanta
, 630; his first attack on Sherman
, at Decatur
, repulsed — losses, 631; he abandons Atlanta
, 637; his movements, 639-40; his Tennessee
campaign, 677; he invests Athens (Alabama)
, 677; operates on Sherman
's line of communications up to Chattanooga
, 678; intrenches before Nashville
, 678; composition and organization of his army, 679-80; he attacks Schofield
, 681; his account of the battle, 683; his position at Nashville
, 684; worsted by Thomas
, 685; he is chased out of Tennessee
, 687; is relieved of command at his own request, 689.
, Gen. Joseph
, in the battle of Williamsburg
. 122 to 126; extract from his report of battle of Williamsburg
, 125; advances on Richmond
, 149; ordered to Fair Oaks
, 149; commands a division at the battle of Malvern Hill
. 165; drives the Rebels
to White Oak Swamp bridge, 170; defeats Ewell
's force at Bristow station, 181; cooperates with the army at Gainesville
and South Mountain
, 135; 197;