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military begin to concentrate, D. 28; the Episcopal church in, D. 66; the war spirit in, D. 48; soldiers of, all cobblers, P. 81; tribute to the patriotism of, P. 67, 71; how she is enabled to send troops, P. 70; First Regiment of, D. 60; left Boston, D. 104; officers of the, Doc. 377; arrive at Washington, D. 107; Fourth Regiment of, landed at Fortress Monroe, D. 85; Doc. 119; anecdote of, P. 28; Fifth Regiment of, D. 38, 92; flag presentation to, on the march, at Washington, P. 82; Sixth Regiment of Militia passed through Now York, D. 32; attacked in Baltimore, D. 33; the murdered solders of, D. 53; anecdote of, P. 57; Eighth Regiment of, D. 35; at Annapolis, D. 40; exploits of the members of, P. 80; anecdotes of the, P. 55; list of officers, Doc. 81; letter and resolutions of the 8th Regiment of, in reference to the 7th Regiment N. Y. S. M., Doc. 318

Maury, M. F., his treachery, P. 40

May, R. L., Lieut, U. S. N., Doc. 236

Mcclellan, George B., appointed major-general, D. 65, 72; in Western Virginia, D. 81; proclamation to the people of Western Virginia, May 26, Doc. 293; address to the army, Doc. 293; vote of thanks to, D. 101

McClelland, cutter, papers relating to the scizure of, Doc. 27, 28

Mcclintock, John, Dr., at London, D. 7<*>; Doc. 269; speech in Paris, D. 85

Mcconihe, Isaac, D. 27

McCook, A. D., Colonel First Regiment, Ohio troops, D. 77; Doc. 271

McCook, —, Dr., D. 25

McCook, —, Midshipman, D. 73

Mccullough, Ben, notices of, D. 22, 74; a favorite of Buchanan, P. 24

Mccurdy, R. H., D. 32; Doc. 82

Mcdougall, —, Senator, D. 66

Mcdowell, Irwin, Gen., in command in Virginia, D. 82, 83, Doc. 321; proclamation, in relation to damages caused by the war, Doc. 333; his Headquarters, P. 101

Mcewin, —, Mrs., heroic action of, P. 130

Mcgowan, John, Capt., commander of Star of the West, D. 11; his report of the attack on the Star of the West, Doc. 21

Mcgowan, —, appointed to Beauregard's staff, D. 22

Mcguire, J. C., papers of, Int. 20

Mcknight, James, Capt., of Ringgold Artillery, D. 27

Mclane, Rev. Dr., D. 38

Mclane, Major, D. 74

Mclaughlin, Augustus, D. 96

Mclaughlin, Charles, P. 56

Mclenan, Alexander, Rev., anecdote of, P. 54

Mcquade, James, Col., 14th Regiment N. Y. S. V., Doc. 415

Mcquoid, C. C., D. 36

Mcqueen, —, of S. C., D. 5

Mcqueen, John, Doc. 8

Mcspedon, William, captures a secession flag, D. 77

Meagher, Thomas Francis, D. 72

Means, —, appointed to Beauregard's staff, D. 22

Memminger, C. G., delegate to Southern Congress, D. 10; presents a young ladies' flag to Southern Congress, D. 17; Secretary of the Treasury, Southern Confederacy, D. 17; speech of, in the Southern Congress, Feb. 9, Doc. 30

Memphis, Tenn., secession at, D. 4; Union meeting at, D. 7; American flag buried at, D. 85, P. 84; postal facilities with, suspended, D. 70

Merryman; John, arrested, D. 82; Taney's opinion in the caso of, D. 92

Mexico, troops of, to attack Texas, P. 26

Michigan, First Regiment, enters Alexandria, Va., D. 79; Third Regiment Volunteers, D. 102; exploit of the soldiers of, near Alexandria. P. 113

Michigan City, Ind., Union meeting at, D. 29

Middletown, N. Y., Union meeting at, D. 29, 36

Miliedgeville, Ga., rejoicings at, on account of the secession of the State, D. 15

Military departments of the United States, D. 46, 65, 83; Doc. 155, 310

Miller, Col., 4th Regt. N. J. S. M., D. 55

Miller, Willis L., Mrs., P. 106

Minnesota, flagship, sailed from Boston, D. 61

Mississippi, commissioner of, at Baltimore, D. 3; commissioners of, at Raleigh, D. 3; delegates of, advise secession, D. 11; convention of, organized, D. 12; secession of, D. 13; troops, of, at Harper's Ferry, D. 73

Mississippi River, the North will not give up the control of, Int. 40; free navigation of, guaranteed by the Southern Confederacy, D. 17; steamers abandoned on, D. 47; blockade of the, D. 82

Mississippi, the frigate, injured, D. 77

Missouri, State convention of, D. 11; secession in, D. 55; the sovereignty of, D. 59; troops organize under Gov. Jackson, D. 78; First Regiment of, D. 102; Second Regiment of, Doc. 408, 411; movements of Gov. Jackson in, D. 102

Mitchell, O. M., speech at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 103

Mobile, Ala., secession of South Carolina celebrated at, D. 4; secession majority in, D. 5; arsenal at, seized, D. 10; U. States supplies seized at, D. 19; effect of Lincoln's war proclamation in, D. 25; women of, D. 58; harbor of, blockaded, D. 82; secession celebration at, Doc. 20

Molly's Dream, P. 128

Monocacy Bridge, Md., attempt to destroy, D. 68

Monroe, James, Int. 15

Montague, Lt.-Gov., of Va., D. 14

Montgomery, A., Capt., D. 43

Montgomery, Ala., secession flag raised at, D. 13; Southern convention met at, D. 16; list of delegates to the Southern convention at, Doc. 29

Moody, Granville, Rev., anecdote of, P. 71

Mooney, T. J., chaplain of the 69th Regiment N. Y. S. M., P. 149

Moore, —, Gov., of Louisiana, calls for additional troops, D. 41, 44, 49

Moore, H. A., P. 88, 104

Moore, —, British Consul at Richmond, his unlawful action, P. 56

Moran, John, Quartermaster, D. 35

Morgan, Edwin D., Gov., of New York, issued a call for troops D. 32; letter to the bank officers of New York, Doc. 306; notice of, P. 22

Morgan, George G. W., P. 13, 85

Morgan, Tracy R., D. 67

Morgan and Company, of Nashville, Tenn., good example of, P. 38

Morris, George P., P. 86

Morris, W. W., Major, letter to Judge Giles of Baltimore, Doc. 239

Morris, Thomas A., Gen., proclamation at Philippi, Va., D. 96; Brig.-Gen., Doc. 333; proclamation to the citizens of Western Virginia, June 8, Doc. 348

Morris' Island, Charleston harbor, batteries at, D. 8, 20

Morrisanla, N. Y., Union meeting at, D. 40

Morrison, —, Capt., of the cutter Lewis Cass, D. 16

Morrison, James M., Doc. 306

Morrison, J. G., Jr., raises the U. S. flag at Harper's Ferry, Md., D. 104

Morss, Josephine, P. 15

Mortinier, Henry, of Md., Dec. 175

Morton, A., flag-raising in New York, at the store of, P. 44

Morton, —, Gov., of Indiana, D. 47

Moses, C. Lee, Capt., reply to J. P. Benjamin, P. 182

Moss, J. W., chairman of Wheeling (Va.) convention, D. 69

Motley, John Lothrop, causes of the war, D. 78; Doc. 209

Mount Vernon, Ind., D. 30

Moulton, R. G., See Whitworth guns, D. 77

Munroe, Timothy, Col. Mass. 8th militia, Dc. 81

Murphy, W. D., D. 57

Myers, Theodore Bailey, D. 76, 91

My Country, P. 8


Naar,---Judge, of N. J., D. 15

Nagle, Colonel, D. 95

Napoleon I., Int. 41

Napoleon, Ark., Government stores at, seized, D. 39

Napton, Col., 8d Regt. N. J. S. M., D. 55

Nashville, Tenn., first cannon cast at, D. 51; act of heroism at, P. 130

National Guard Marching Song, P. 19

National Union, newspaper of Ky.; opinion of secession, D. 30

Naval Brigade at Fort Monroe, D. 98

Navigation laws, Int. 26

Neal, John, P. 119

Nebraska put in a state of defence, D. 52

Needham, S. h., died, D. 47, 53

Negroes, actions of the Delaware, P. 113; in the rebel army, D. 49; to be watched, D. 84 See “The cockade Black Diamonds,” P. 78

Negro insurrections in Alabama, P. 12

Newark, N. J., German Union meeting at, D. 26-29

Newcastle, Duke of, order in reference to privateers. Doc. 108, 418

Newcomb, O., patriotism of the family of, P. 44

New England Society, meeting of, at New York, D. 4

New Hampshire, response to the President's call for troops, D. 28; patriotism of the banks of, D. 28; First Regiment of volunteers. D. 82; departure of the, Doc. 294

New Jersey, banks of, D. 80; legislature of, D. 51, 60; troops leave Bordentown, D. 55; militia of, arrive at Washington. D. 59; list of officers of the 1st, 2d, 8d, and 4th regiments of, Doc. 191

New Orleans, La, secession of S. Carolina celebrated at, D. 4; Southern rights meeting at, D. 5; mint at, seized, D. 16; patriotic woman in. P. 26; opinions of the press of, D. 41, 138; U. S. vessels seized at, D. 78;

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