his gallant conduct at 2d Bull Run
, 189; at Antietam
, 205; 206; receives a severe wound in the foot, and his command assigned to Gen. Sumner
, 207; at Fredericksburg
, 345; succeeds.
in command of the army, 352; Lee
concentrates his forces on his front, 355; stunned at the battle of Chancellorsville
, 361; his loss, 364; recrosses the Rappahannock
, 364; is succeeded in command by Gen. Meade
, 375; visits Washington
and is placed in arrest by Gen. Halleck
, 375; is transferred from the army of the Potomac, with 11th and 12th corps, to Middle Tennessee
, under Grant
, 433; he carries Lookout Mountain
. 439; advances on Chattanooga
, 441; Cleburne
turns on him at Ringgold
, 445; defeats Longstreet
at Wauhatchie, 435-6; in the Atlanta campaign
A. P., captures a Rebel camp, 288; wounded at Fort Hindman, 293; good service at Champion Hills, 308; at Vicksburg
O. O., wounded at Fair Oaks
, 148; at Antietam
, 207; at Fredericksburg
, 345; his corps routed by Jackson
357; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; in the Atlanta campaign
. 626; with Sherman
in his great march from Atlanta
, 689 to 695; advances on Columbia, S. C.
A. P., at Chancellorsville
, 363; his narrative of the pursuit of Lee
, 390; his testimony in relation to Gen. Meade
(Rebel), at Seven Pines
, 143; his position in front of Richmond
, 160; is present at the battle of Malvern Hill
, at Vicksburg
, 345; at Gettysburg
, 382 to 387; at Farmville
, his order on Slavery annulled by the President
246-7: he defeats W. E. Jones
, 600: miscarries at Lynchburg
, 601; is succeeded in command by Gen. Sheridan
, 59, 64; at Corinth
, captures Charlestown, Va.
's battery, at Iuka
, garrison at, captured, 36.
's raid into, 405.
Indian campaigns, Sibley
's and Connor
, iron-clad, destroyed, 299.
, slaveholding among the, 32; at Fort Smith
, 33; in battle of Pea Ridge
D. N., his iron-clad raid from Charleston
, 1st Michigan Engineers, his defense of Lavergne
Irish brigade, services of, 162; great loss of, at Fredericksburg
iron-clads in service at Fort Sumter
, 466; at Morris Island
, assailed, 54; captured, 55-6.
, battle and map of, 223.
Izetta, steamboat, aids in capturing raiders, 404.
, Gen. Stonewall
(Rebel), promotion of, 107-8; operations of, in West Virginia
, 108; in Shenandoah valley, 114; 115; 132 to 140; defeated at Kernstown
115; at McDowell
, 133: captures garrison at Front Royal
, 133-4; moves toward Winchester
, 134; strength of his army, 134; forces Banks
, 135; his losses and captures in the Valley
, 135,; 140; his reasons for failing to crush Banks
, 136; extract from his report.
136; retreats up the Valley
, 136-7; repulses Fremont
's corps, 138; at Port Republic
, 139: his army summoned to Richmond
, 140; arrests McDowell
's march, 151; his report of losses at Gaines's Mill
. 157; operations near Glendale
, 161; Malvern Hill
, 165; his loss, 166; reenforced at Gordonsville
, he follows Gen. Ewell
, 176; attacks Crawford
's batteries at Culpepper
and defeats Banks
at Cedar Mountain
, 177; prisoners and guns captured by, 177; his hazardous movement from the Rappahannock
, 180; evacuates Manassas
, 181; is present at 2d Bull Run
, 187; his report, 188-9; he recrosses the Potomac
and captures Martinsburg
and Harper's Ferry
, 199-200; 201; commands the left wing at Antietam
, 206; ordered to attack the right wing in flank and rear.
but declines, 209; at Fredericksburg
, 344; he routs Howard
's corps at Chancellorsville
, 357; his death, 359.
, Gen. Jas
S., killed at Perryville
C. F., killed at Fred ksburg, 347.
, 76th Pa., at Fort Wagner
, retaken by Unionists
, 459; Union Convention at, 459, 532.
Jackson City, Miss., captured by McPherson
, 306; Sherman
's army out of, 317.
, killed before Vicksburg
, scene of operations and map of, 168; crossed by Grant
, 583; Sheridan
baffled at bridges over, 728.
routed near, 395.
Jefferson City, Mo.
, wounded at Gettysburg
Jenkins's Ferry, Ark., fight at, 553.
, nominated for Vice-President
, 660; his letter of acceptance, 660; succeeds to the Presidency, 750; offers reward of $100,000 for arrest of Davis
, Hon. Geo
W., killed at Shiloh
, Major-Gen. Edward
, captured by Hancock
R. W., at Chickamauga
, 415; cooperates against Bragg
at Lookout Mountain
, Chattanooga Valley
, and Mission Ridge
, 438 to 442.
, Zachartah, on the Slave-Trade, 233.
, Lake Erie
, plot to seize, 624.
, assaulted by Forrest
, Gen. Joseph
E., succeeds Beauregard
in command of Army of Virginia, 112; evacuates Manassas
, 112; attacks Casey
at Fair Oaks
, 142; wounded at Fair Oaks
. 145; his report of losses at Fair Oaks
, 148; Sherman
drives him out of Jackson City, 317; opposed to Sherman
, 625; organization of army, 625; abandons Dalton
, 626; retreats from Adairsville
, 626; Kingston
, 628; Kenesaw Mountain
, 630; is superseded by Hood
, 630-1; takes command of Hood
's army, 699; attacks Slocum
, 707; surrenders to Sherman
, Gen. Albert Sidney
, abandons Bowling Green
, 51; his retreat to Corinth
, 52; reasons for leaving Kentucky
. 59; 60; in command at Pittsburg Landing
, 60; killed, 64.
D. R., at Thoroughfare Gap, 183; wounded at Antietam
, Gen. Thomas
N., evacuates Pensacola
, Major-Gen. Sam
., at Wytheville
J. M., wounded at Malvern Hill
, 166; moves to Harper's Ferry
. 200; wounded at Gettysburg
, 389; killed at the Wilderness
, 24th Ohio, killed at Stone River
, operations of Sherman
's army at, 635.
journalists (New York) on the Liberty
of the Press, 495.
T. L., Penn.
Bucktails, wounded and captured, 137.
, Gen. Philip
, at Williamsburg
124; at Malvern Hill
, 165; advances on Gainesville
, 181-3; killed near Chantilly
Kearsarge, the, sinks the Alabama
, killed at Chancellorsville
, wounded at Gettysburg
repulsed at, 629.
J. R., surprised at Front Royal
, Col. Luther
M., chases raiders, 271.