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Mitchell, Gen. R. B., at Perryville, 220.

Mitchellsville, Morgan's raid on, 271.

Mix, Col. S. H., killed at Petersburg, Va., 585.

Mobile Bay, the fight in, 641; the outer defenses of, 649; map of the defenses of, 650.

Mobile, Ala., preparations for attack on, 721; 722; Maury abandons, 724.

Monitor, arrival of the, at Fortress Monroe, 118; fight of, with the Merrimac, 118; 119.

Monocacy, Lew Wallace defeated at the, 603.

Monroe, John T., Mayor of New Orleans, refuses to surrender the city, 95-6; his letters to Admiral Farragut, 95-6; allusion to, 97; 98-9; imprisoned by Gen. Butler, 100.

Montgomery, Col., at Vicksburg, 315.

Montgomery, Ala., captured by Gen. Wilson, 719.

Moore, Col. A. B., surprised and captured, 271.

Moore, Col., 8th Tenn., killed at Stone River, 281.

Moore, Col. O. H., worsted by Morgan, 405.

Morgan, Gen. John H., 212; 271; his raid, 282; is defeated at Vaught's Hill, 284; raid into Indiana and Ohio, 40)5; his capture and escape, 407; is killed in East Tennessee, 408.

Morgan, Gen. Geo. W., abandons Cumberland Gap, 214; at siege of Vicksburg, 289; at capture of Fort Hindman, 293.

Morgan, Major, charges at Pleasant Hill, 543.

Morganzia, La., surprised by the Rebels, 340.

Morrell, Gen., engaged at Gaines's Mill, 155.

Morris Island, Gen. Strong established at, 475; failure to blow up the “New Ironsides” at, 482.

Morris, Gen. L. O., killed at Cold Harbor, 582.

Morris, Gen. W. H., at the Wilderness, 571.

Morton's Engineers, at Stone River, 275.

Moseby, Col. John S., his movements, 727.

Mosquito Inlet, naval expedition to, 459.

Mound City, gunboat, boiler exploded, 57.

Mower, Gen., at Corinth, 226; at Vicksburg, 311; at Pleasant Hill, 548; in Missouri, 559.

Mulligan, Col., 15th Ga., killed at Antietam,210.

Mulligan, Gen. (Union), killed, 606.

Mumford, Wm. B., hanged at N. Orleans, 100-1.

Munfordsville, Ky., fight at, 215.

Munroe, Col., charges at Fayetteville, Ark., 448.

Murfreesboroa, Tenn., capture of, 212.

Murphy, Col. R. C., 8th Wis., abandons Iuka, 222; surrenders Holly Springs, 287; is cashiered, 287.


Naglee, Gen. H. M., at Seven Pines, 142-4; wounded, 148.

Nashville, Tenn., occupied by Unionists, 53; railroad reopened to, 270; stores accumulated at, 272; battle of, 685; losses and captures, 686.

Nassau Island, focus of blockade runners, 643.

Natchez, Miss., surrenders, 104.

National Debt — Currency depreciation, 663-4.

National Finances, Gov. Chase on the, 661.

National Union party, Platform of, 1864, 659.

Negley, Gen. J. S., at Stone River, 274.

negro soldiers, in the Revolutionary war, 511; Congress subjects negroes to conscription, 519; use of, in aid of the Rebellion, 521; 522; the Confederates on arming, 523; President Lincoln on protecting, 525; progress in raising, 527; Bancroft's history on, 511-12; Dr. Franklin on, 518; King George employs, 513; Jackson's use of, at New Orleans, 514; Gen. Hunter, Mr. Wickliffe of Ky., and Secretary Stanton on, 515-16; Gen. Phelps on, 517; Gen. Butler in response, on, 518; Gov. Andrew of Mass. raises three regiments of, 520; they demand full pay, 520; Congress sanctions the claim of the, 521; impressment of by the Confederate Government, 522; progress in raising, 526-7.

Neill, Gen., at Chancellorsville, 363.

Nelson, Gen., wounded at Richmond, 214.

Newbern, N. C., taken by Burnside, 76.

New Hampshire, State Election of, 1863, 486.

New hope Church, occupied by Sherman, 638.

New Madrid, Mo., invested, 54; and taken, 54-5.

New Mexico, loyalty of regulars in, 19; sufferings of, 20; action of her Legislature with regard to Slavery, 20-21; home guard organized, 21; Canby organizes militia, 21; Rebels defeated near Fort Craig, 21; Canby occupies frontier posts. 22; Rebels advance to Fort Craig, 22; Santa Fa,acute; 24; fight at Apacha acute;Pass, 24; Rebels abandon the Territory, 25.

New Orleans, Gen. Butler's expedition against, 81 to 106; importance of. to the Confederacy, 85; map of approaches to, 86; defenses of, 8, 86-87; attack on and passage of forts below, 88-94; destruction of property at, 94; occupation of, by Admiral Farragnt, 95-6; occupation of, by Gen. Butler, 97-101, 106; elects Union members of Congress, 105.

New Orleans Picayune, citation from, relative to defenses of New Orleans, 84.

Newport News, reached by Porter's corps, 171.

Newton, Gen., at Gaines's Mill, 156; is relieved, 564.

New York City, fired by emissaries, 611.

New York Riots of 1863, account of, 503-7.

New York. State Election of 1862, 484.

Niagara, U. S. frigate, takes the Georgia, 646.

Niagara, Peace overtures at, 665.

Norfolk, Va., capture of, 127-8.

North Anna river, Grant advances to the, 577.

North Carolina, Burnside's operations in, 73-81.


O'Brien, Col., killed in New York by rioters, 506.

O'Connor, Col., 2d Wise., killed at second Bull Run, 189.

Ohio, Gen. Buell commands the Army of the, 212.

Ohio, Morgan's raid into, 405; Ohio Democracy vs. President Lincoln, 493.

Oliver, Col., at the siege of Corinth, 225.

Olustee, Fla., Gen. T. Seymour defeated at. 531.

Opdycke, Gen., his heroism at Franklin, 682.

Opequan, Va., Sheridan's victory at, 606.

Ord, Gen. Edward O. C., at Iuka, 223; at Vicksburg, 315; at Petersburg, 784.

“order of American Knights,” their organization and designs, 556.

Oreto, or Florida, a Rebel corsair, 643.

O'Rorke, Col., killed at Gettysburg, 388.

Osterhaus, Gen. P. J., at the capture of Fort Hindman, 293; at Vicksburg, 312; with Sherman on his great march from Atlanta to Savannah, 689 to 695.

Ox Hill, Va., Jackson strikes Reno at, 188.


Paine, Col. Halbert E., 4th Wise., refuses to expel colored refugees from his camp, 245.

Palmer, Gen. John M., at Stone River, 277; at Chickamauga, 415-17.

Palmerston, Lord, his opinion of Gen. Butler's order No. 28, 100.

Parke, Gen. John G., 73; in attack on Newbern, 78; invests Fort Macon, 79; at Vicksburg, 314; carries Rebel works at Petersburg, 734.

Parker, Joel, chosen Gov. of New Jersey, 254.

Parsons, Gen. M., killed at Pleasant Hill, 544.

Patton, Col. G. S., at Wytheville and Lewisburg, Va., 408; 404.

Paul, Brig--Gen., wounded at Gettysburg, 388.

Payne, Col., 2d La., wounded at Port Hudson, 333.

Pea Ridge, battle of, 27 to 32; losses at, 31.

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