J. B., at Yorktown
, 120; on siege of Yorktown
, 121; abandons Yorktown
, 122: report on the Seven Days struggle, 159; at Malvern Hill
, 165; at Galveston
, at Malvern Hill
, 1st N. C., killed at Olustee
, surrenders Island No.10
, Col. James
E., 42d N. Y., killed, 396.
, demands fugitive slaves from Gen. Butler
, and is refused, 238.
, battle of. 164 to 167; map of the field, 165; losses sustained, 166; testimony in regard to, 166-7; is retaken by Hooker
Manassas Gap, G en. Meade
's fight at, 393.
, operations near, 179; Rebel attack on. 180; Lee
encamps at, 212.
, wounded at Franklin
, wounded at Antietam
J. K. F., killed at Antietam
, Brig.-Gen. Mahlon
D., defeated by Col. Preston
, 214; wounded and taken prisoner, 215; his report and losses, 215.
, attack on Banks
repulsed at, 531.
, taken by Sherman
maritime law, in relation to belligerents, 642.
Marks's Mill, Ark., Fagan
triumphs at, 553.
M. M., defeated at Springfield
, Mo.--repulsed at Hartsville
— driven out of Batesville
, 447; retreats into Arkansas
, 448: defeated at Little Rock
. 451; beaten again near Columbia, Ark.
, 551; captured by Pleasanton
, Gen. John
H., at Gaines's Mill
. 156; at Malvern Hill
, occupied by Jackson
, heroic assaults on, 345.
's advance into, and proclamation, 193-4.
, held by Ford
, 196; prisoners and guns captured at, 202.
, J, M., allusion to, 81.
Massachusetts volunteers killed in Baltimore
, Col. Stanley
, routs Wheeler
, defends Mobile
, 721; his retreat and losses, 724.
Max Meadows, Gillem
destroys railroad at, 688.
, at Corinth
, at Gaines's Mill
, 155; at Malvern Hill
, 562; taken prisoner, 563.
, Gen. D. C.
, as military superintendent of railroads, 433-4.
W., at Gettysburg
, Gen. Geo
B., allusion to, 35; 81; 82; inaction of, 107; fails to open the Potomac
, 107; ordered to advance to Manassas
, 108; urged to open the Potomac
, 103; to the President
on reorganizing Army of the Potomac, 108; his plan of advance, 109; to the Secretary of War
, on merits of advance by Manassas
109-10; on merits of Peninsula route, 110; change of plan of advance — consequent delay, 110; 112; his estimate of Rebel force at Manassas
, 112; command of restricted to Army of the Potomac. 112, 113; ordered to move by some
route, 113; route changed by the corps commanders, 113; orders Banks
, 113; another change of plan, 115; 128; at Fortress Monroe
, 120; his estimate of Rebel force on the Peninsula
, 120; delay at Yorktown
, 121; 122; extracts from report and dispatches of. on battle of Williamsburg
, 124; 125-6; his advance reaches the Chickahominy
, 127; his general plan of operations, 128; forces required by, 128-9; plan of, agreed to by the President
, 129; his estimate of Rebel force in Northern Virginia
, 129: his estimate of Rebel force at Yorktown
, 130; remonstrates against depletion of his forces, 130; 131; calls for reenforcements, 130. 131-2; fails to attack Gloucester Point
, 132; operations of, on the Chickahominy
, and retreat to Malvern Hill
141-170; his report of Fair Oaks
. 146; 147-8; opportunity lost by, after battle of Fair Oaks
, 147; dispatches from, after battle near Fair Oaks
, 149; dispatch from, about McDowell
's corps, 150, 151: his dispatches to the President
, 151; inactivity of, 151; to the War Department, about Jackson
's movements, 152; his over-estimate of the Rebel strength, 154-5; dispatches to the Secretary of War
, after his defeat at Gaines's Mill
, 158: retreats to the James river
, 159, 160-1; at Malvern Hill
, 166-7: his report of losses luring the Seven Days fighting, 168; asks for reenforcements, 169; ordered to Acquia Creek
, 170; his army at Fortress Monroe
, 171 ; the causes of his failure, 172 ; his retreat to Harrison's Landing
, 172; ordered to withdraw from the Peninsula
, 190; he demonstrates, 190: correspondence with Halleck
as to reinforcing Pope
, 190-2; letter of the President
to, 192; his conduct censured, 192; concentrates to resist Lee
, 193: crosses the Potomac
, 193; discovers Lee
's plans, 195; his movements hesitating.
1916: battle of South Mountain
, 198-9; marches westward, 109; condition of his army, 202-3; fights Lee
205; statement of his own, and estimate of the enemy's strength.
209; his losses, 209; his captures from the enemy at South Mountain
, Crampton's Gap, and Antietam
210; reinforced with 14.000 men, 210; sends Gen. Williams
to retake Maryland Heights
, 211; fails to prevent or punish Stuart
's raids into Pennsylvania
, 211; crosses the Potomac
, and advances to Warrenton, Va.
, when he is relieved by Gen. Burnside
, 212; his views on Slavery, 237-8; 248-9; nomination for President
, and platform, 669-70; defeated by Lincoln
, Gen. John
A., at Fort Henry
, 45-6; at Fort Donelson
, 48-9; in battle of Pittsburg Landing
. 59 to 71; captures Fort Hindman, 293; his losses, 294; at Port Gibson
, 304; at Champion Hills, 307; at Vicksburg
, 311; at Alexandria
, Red river
A. D., at Perryville
, 218 ; at Nashville
and Stone River
, 273-5; at Chickamauga
, at Stone River
, Gen. Ben
., allusions to, 18; 27; 33; at battle of Pea Ridge
, 28 to 31; killed at, 31.
, attacks Milliken's Bend
, killed at Hartsville
, Gen. Irvin
, to command a corps in Army of the Potomac, 108; retained for defense of Washington
, 180-1: position of, during McClellan
's advance, 136; ordered to the Valley
to intercept Jackson
, 136; his testimony relative to pursuit of Jackson
, 137; in the Army of Virginia, 172; he marches on Gainesville
, 181; retreats on Manassas Junction
, 183; fights at Gainesville
, 185; general order
respecting Slavery, 237.
, battle at, 132-3.
, killed at Fort Sanders
, killed at Pea Ridge
, 28; 30.
, at Corinth
, killed at Stone River
, at Malvern Hill
165; at Harper's Ferry
, 200; attacks Maryland Heights
. 200; at Antietam
, 207; at Chancellorsville
, 363; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; at Chickamauga
, wounded at Manassas Gap, 393.
, killed at Gaines's Mill
, killed at Fort Donelson
. Col. John
, routs guerillas at Kirksville, Mo.
, 35-6: cooperates against Price
, Gen. James
B., at Corinth
, 230; at Lamar
, 286; triumphs at Raymond
, 305; captures Clinton
, 306; at Champion Hills, 307; at Vicksburg
, 312; in command of Vicksburg
, 537; commands Army of Tennessee under Sherman
, 564; killed before Atlanta
, heroic death at Valverde
, at Antietam
, Gen. George
G., at Gaines's Mill
, 156; at Malvern Hill
, 162; at South Mountain
, 198; at Antietam
, 205-6; at Fredericksburg
, 347; at Chancellorsville
, 361; succeeds Gen. Hooker
in command, 375; fights Lee
, 380-388; his caution, 389; holds a council of war, 392; crosses the Potomac
and fights in Manassas Gap, 393; Lee
chases him up to Centerville
, 396; his advance to Mine Run
, 399 to 402; advances into “the Wilderness
,” 566; at Cold Harbor, 583; fails to hold the Weldon
road, 587; pursues Lee