R. B., at Perryville
's raid on, 271.
S. H., killed at Petersburg, Va.
, the fight in, 641; the outer defenses of, 649; map of the defenses of, 650.
, preparations for attack on, 721; 722; Maury
Monitor, arrival of the, at Fortress Monroe
, 118; fight of, with the Merrimac
, 118; 119.
, Lew Wallace
defeated at the, 603.
, 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
, at Vicksburg
, captured by Gen. Wilson
A. B., surprised and captured, 271.
, 8th Tenn., killed at Stone River
O. H., worsted by Morgan
, Gen. John
H., 212; 271; his raid, 282; is defeated at Vaught's Hill, 284; raid into Indiana
, 40）5; his capture and escape, 407; is killed in East Tennessee
, Gen. Geo
W., abandons Cumberland Gap
, 214; at siege of Vicksburg
, 289; at capture of Fort Hindman, 293.
, charges at Pleasant Hill
, surprised by the Rebels
, engaged at Gaines's Mill
, Gen. Strong
established at, 475; failure to blow up the “New Ironsides” at, 482.
L. O., killed at Cold Harbor, 582.
W. H., at the Wilderness
's Engineers, at Stone River
, Col. John
S., his movements, 727.
Mosquito Inlet, naval expedition to, 459.
, gunboat, boiler exploded, 57.
, at Corinth
, 226; at Vicksburg
, 311; at Pleasant Hill
, 548; in Missouri
, 15th Ga., killed at Antietam
(Union), killed, 606.
, Wm. B., hanged at N. Orleans
Munfordsville, Ky., fight at, 215.
, charges at Fayetteville, Ark.
Murfreesboroa, Tenn., capture of, 212.
R. C., 8th Wis., abandons Iuka
, 222; surrenders Holly Springs
, 287; is cashiered, 287.
H. M., at Seven Pines
, 142-4; wounded, 148.
, occupied by Unionists
, 53; railroad reopened to, 270; stores accumulated at, 272; battle of, 685; losses and captures, 686.
, focus of blockade runners, 643.
, surrenders, 104.
National Debt — Currency depreciation, 663-4.
National Finances, Gov. Chase
on the, 661.
National Union party, Platform of, 1864, 659.
J. S., at Stone River
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
, and Secretary Stanton
on, 515-16; Gen. Phelps
on, 517; Gen. Butler
in response, on, 518; Gov. Andrew
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.
, at Chancellorsville
, wounded at Richmond
Newbern, N. C.
, taken by Burnside
, State Election of, 1863, 486.
New hope Church, occupied by Sherman
New Madrid, Mo.
, invested, 54; and taken, 54-5.
, 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
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.
, at Gaines's Mill
, 156; is relieved, 564.
New York City, fired by emissaries, 611.
New York Riots of 1863, account of, 503-7.
State Election of 1862, 484.
, U. S. frigate, takes the Georgia
, Peace overtures at, 665.
, capture of, 127-8.
North Anna river
advances to the, 577.
's operations in, 73-81.
, killed in New York by rioters, 506.
, 2d Wise., killed at second Bull Run
, Gen. Buell
commands the Army of the, 212.
's raid into, 405; Ohio Democracy vs
. President Lincoln
, at the siege of Corinth
, Gen. T. Seymour
defeated at. 531.
, his heroism at Franklin
Opequan, Va., Sheridan
's victory at, 606.
, Gen. Edward
O. C., at Iuka
, 223; at Vicksburg
, 315; at Petersburg
“order of American Knights,” their organization and designs, 556.
, or Florida
, a Rebel corsair, 643.
, killed at Gettysburg
P. J., at the capture of Fort Hindman, 293; at Vicksburg
, 312; with Sherman
on his great march from Atlanta
, 689 to 695.
Ox Hill, Va.
, Col. Halbert
E., 4th Wise., refuses to expel colored refugees from his camp, 245.
, Gen. John
M., at Stone River
, 277; at Chickamauga
, his opinion of Gen. Butler
's order No. 28, 100.
, Gen. John
G., 73; in attack on Newbern
, 78; invests Fort Macon
, 79; at Vicksburg
, 314; carries Rebel works at Petersburg
, Joel, chosen Gov. of New Jersey
M., killed at Pleasant Hill
G. S., at Wytheville
and Lewisburg, Va.
, 408; 404.
, wounded at Gettysburg
, 2d La., wounded at Port Hudson
, battle of, 27 to 32; losses at, 31.