Peace negotiations in Hampton roads
Peace overtures at Niagara
, Gen. John
J., repels Longstreet
at Suffolk, Va.
, routed by Gillmore
near Somerset, Ky.
, 427; wounded at the Wilderness
, 568; killed at Dabney's Mill, Va., 726.
, severely wounded, 177.
, Gen. John
C., defeated at Champion Hills, 307; his defense and surrender of Vicksburg
, at second Bull Run
, 189; wounded mortally at Gettysburg
, 380; 387; 389.
Pennsylvania Reserves, at Gaies's Mill, 157; in White Oak Swamp
, 161-2; at second Bull Run
, invaded by Lee
, retaken by Union forces, 459.
, 10th Iowa, repulses Rebels at Iuka
, battle and map of, 219.
's retreat from, 739.
, wounded at Gettysburg
, 389; killed at Falling Waters
J. W., occupies Ship Island
, 81; issues proclamation in regard to Slavery, 82; on negro soldiership, 517.
, East Tenn.
, fight at, 431.
, killed at Donaldsonville, La.
W. A., routs raiders under Standwatie and Quantrell
, at Fort Gibson
, charges at the Little Osage, 561.
, at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; assaults at Bachelor's creek, N. C.
, Ex-Prest., on the War
Pike, Gen. Albert
, commands Indians at Pea Ridge
, Gen. Gideon
J., at Fort Donelson
, fight by Col. Catherwood
Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
, battle of, 58 to 71; positions of Union forces, 59; no intrenchments, 59-60; the Rebel
's division routed, 61-2; McClernand
worsted, 63; Rebels repulsed by Webster
's artillery, 65-6; Buell
arrives, 67: second day's battle, 67, 68-9; extracts from Buell
's report, 66; dispatches from Beauregard
, 66; 70; extracts from his report, 60; 67; 69; 70; losses sustained.
70; remarks of “An impressed New Yorker,” 60, 69, 71.
Pleasant Grove, La.
, Gen. Emory
stops the Rebels
Pleasant Hill, La.
's battle at, 543-4.
A., at South Mountain
, 196; fights and wins, 203; fights with Stuart
, 369; at Gettysburg
, 389; at Chancellorsville
, 358; successful on the Rapidan
, 394; his operations in Missouri
Plymouth, N. C.
besieged by Hoke
Pocotaligo, S. C.
, fight at, 463.
, defends Knoxville
, beaten by A. J. Smith
political Mutations and results in 1864, 654.
political or Civil history of 1863, 484.
, abandons Columbus
, 54; allusion to, 60; at Stone River
, 276; at Chickamauga
, 415; at Kenesaw Mountain
, 629; killed, 629.
, Edward A., on battle of Pea Ridge
, 30; 31; on Indians at, 34; on battle of Prairie Grove
, 41; on capture of Fort Donelson
, 51; on mob at Nashville
, 53; on destruction of property at New Orleans by Rebels, 94; on evacuation of Manassas
, 112; on Jackson
's force in the Valley
, 114; on Rebel strength at Yorktown
, 120; on burning of Columbia, S. C.
, 701; on burning of Charleston
, 702; on the evacuation of Richmond
, Gen. John
, in Missouri
, 26; flanks Island No.10
, 54-5; captures New Madrid and Island No.10
, 55; 56; joins Halleck
, 71; pursues Beauregard
, 72 ; important letter intercepted by, 171; commands the Army of Virginia, 172; address to the Army, 173; makes a diversion in favor of McClellan
, 173; at Culpepper
, 177; calls for reenforcements, 178; his headquarters surprised, 178; moves toward Centerville
, 182; his plans to overwhelm Jackson
, 183; tries to turn Jackson
's flank, 183; his report of the battle of second Bull Run
, 185-6; appeals for rations, &c., 186 defeated at Gainesville
, 187; his retreat, 188; his disasters, 189-90; on the causes of his defeat, 192; is succeeded by Gen. McClellan
Port Conway, Va.
crosses at, 394.
Port Gibson, Miss.
crosses near, 303; battle of, 305.
Port Hudson, La.
, passed by Farragut
, 329; Banks
invests, 331; assaults, 333-5; surrendered, 336.
Port Republic, Va.
, fights near, 137; 139.
P. A., killed at Cold Harbor, 582.
(Rebel), killed at Hartsville
, Gen. Fitz John
, defeats Rebels at Hanover C. H., 141-2; commands at Gaines's Mill
, 155-7; at Malvern Hill
, 165; at Gainesville
, 182-3-5-6; at Antietam
D. D., in attack on defenses of New Orleans, 83; 89; 97; at Vicksburg
, 101; on the Mississippi
, 102; 104; passes the batteries of Vicksburg
, 301; attacks Grand Gulf
, 302; sends gunboats up the Yazoo
, 310; occupies Pensacola
, 459; captures Fort de Russy
, 537; his fleet working down Red river
, 547-8; his estimate of losses — both sides — on the Red river
, 548; resumes the guard of the Mississippi
, 551; his cotton transactions in Alexandria
censured, 551-2; at Wilmington, N. C.
(Rebel), killed at Centerville
, wounded at Nashville
post of Arkansas
, taken by McClernand
post's brigade, at Nashville, Tenn.
Potomac, scene of operations and importance of the, 171; the enemy's designs on the, 180; recrossed by Jackson
, 199; Lee
's retreat to the, 391.
, Hon. Elisha
R., of R. I.
, on the War
as affecting Slavery, 256.
Prairie D'Anne, Steele
's battle at, 552.
Prairie Grove, Ark.
, battle at, 38-41.
, commander Geo
H., deceived and disgusted, 643.
, Gen. Benj
M., 59 ; surprised at Pittsburg Landing
, 61; captured, 62; allusions to, 64; 70; 71; defends Helena
Presidential canvass of 1864--its results, 654.
Presidential Election, account of the, 671-2.
, defeats Union levies under Gen. Manson
, at Richmond, Ky.
, 214; at Chickamauga
, Gen. Sterling
, 26; abandons Missouri
, 27; at Pea Ridge
, 28; wounded, 31; allusion to, 35; 67; attacked by Rosecrans
, 223-225; unites with Van Dorn
, 225; his charge at Corinth
, 227-9; at Prairie d'anne, 522; his last Missouri
raid, 557; threatens Jefferson City
, 559; chased out of Missouri
, taken prisoner, 179.
prisoners, exchanged, 272; retaliation, 525.
, captures Jeff. Davis
Proclamation, of Lee
, 193-4; of Gen. Fremont
, modified by order of the President
, 2.39; of Gen. Sherman
to the people of South Carolina
, 240; of Gen. Burnside
to those of Roanoke Island
, 244; of President Lincoln
emancipating slaves, 253-5; of Gen. Dix
, to the people of Virginia
east of Chesapeake bay
's creek, Ga.
, fight near, 634.
, Brig.-Gen. Roger
A., on the battle of Glendale
, siege and capture of fort, 457.
, fight at, 628.