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Dodge, William E., D. 32; Dec. 93


Dodge”, revenue cutter seized, D. 18


Dodge's,---, battery, D. 92


Dolphin”, cutter, seized, D. 10


Donald, Colonel, of Miss., a homespun party at the house of, P. 25


Donelson, Andrew Jackson, P. 138


Dorchester, Mass., liberality of, D. 58


Dorr, J. C. R., P. 5


Doubleday, —, his battery, D. 92


Douglas, S. A., his opinion of the right of secession, P. 41; his remarks on the position of General Scott, Doc. 121; speech at Chicago, Ill., Doc. 298; speech before the Illinois Legislature, D. 45; death of, D. 91; dying words of P. 110


Dover, Delaware, meeting at, D. 103


Dover, N. H., Union meeting at, D. 25


Draper, Simeon, D. 52


Dr. Watts to Jonathan, P. 99


Duganne, A. J. H., P. 19


Dummer, C. H., D. 28


Dumont, E., report of the battle of Philippi, Va., Doc. 333


Duncombe T. (Eng.), D. 83; speech in the English House of Commons, May 23, Doc. 302


Dunkirk, N. Y., meeting at, D. 35


Duryea, A., Col., D. 77, 82; Doc. 271; at Hampton, Va., D. 80; proclamation to the people of Hampton, Va., Doc. 296; report of the battle at Great Bethel, Va., Doc. 358


Duryea, Lieut., D. 91


D'Utassy, Frederick Geo., Col., Garibaldi Guard, D. 84; Doc. 307


E


Eagle Henry, commander of U. S. steamer Star, Doc. 261


East Baltimore, Md., Union meeting in, D. 50, 69; patriotic resolutions of, Doc. 243


East Fairhaven, Mass., secession flag at, P. 40


Easton, Md., expedition to, D. 96


Eaton, Rev. Dr., D. 57


Edinburgh Review, quoted, Int. 5


Edwards, J. W., D. 39; Doc. 135


Edwards' Ferry, skirmish at, D. 105


Ehrman, W. G. H., P. 60


Ein Feste Burg ist Unser Gott, Luther's Hymn, P. 85


Einstrin, Max, Col., Twenty-Second Penn. Regt., Doc. 412


Electoral Vote, 1861, counting the, at Washington, Doc. 31


Elizabethtown, N. J., flag raising at, D. 84


Ellicott's Mills, Ky., secessionists dispersed at, D. 95


Elliott's debates, Int. 13


Elliott, S. M., Lieut-Col., of the N. Y. 79th Regt., D. 90; Doc. 329


Ellis, John W., Governor of North Carolina, seizes the forts, D. 9; correspondence with Secretary Holt, D. 12; Dec. 18; his reply to Sec. Cameron, D. 29; calls for volunteers, D. 37, 39; deprecates the policy of President Lincoln, D. 46; proclamation of, in relation to President Lincoln's call for troops, Doc. 155


Ellsworth's Zouaves, departure of, from Now York, D. 50; Doc. 165; anecdotes of P. 81; arrival at Washington, D. 53; enter Alexandria, D. 78


Ellsworth, E. E., Col., killed at Alexandria, Va., D. 79; Doc. 277; letter to his parents, Doc. 281; funeral of, at Washington, D. 80; notices of, P. 89; Doc. 165; “Colonel Ellsworth,” a poem, by Sam Whiting, P. 118


Elmer E. Ellsworth, an extempore, P. 102


Ely, Lieut., of Penn. Fifth, editor of the “Expedition,” D. 97


England, Union with Ireland and Scotland, Int. 16; will recognize the S. C., D. 16; Consul of, at Charleston. P. 21; effect of the attack on Fort Sumter, in D. 62; rebel commissioners in, P. 130; debate in the House of Commons on American affairs, Doc. 301; debate in the House of Commons on the blockade, D. 83; action of, in reference to privateers, D. 91; discussions in the House of Lords in, on the Queen's Proclamation of Neutrality, Doc. 247; opinions of the English Press Doc. 251; press on American affairs, Doc. 132; opinion of the civil war, Doc. 232; London News on tho war, Doc. 311


English protest against Southern recognition, Doc. 41


Ensworth, H. B., D. 103


Enul, poetry by, P. 34


Epigrams, on Gen. Wool's letter, P. 20; on South Carolina, P. 70


Episcopal church, of New York, D. 46; resolutions of the Alabama, D. 65; action of the Massachusetts, D. 66; of Maryland, D. 71 See Bishop Whittingham.


E Pluribus Unum, P. 150


Erie, Pa., war resolutions of, D. 26


“Ethan Spike” on the secession of Hornby, P. 22


Etheridge, Emerson, speech at Louisville, Ky., D. 82


Eubank, John L., secretary of the Virginia convention, Doc. 70


Europe, S. C. agents in, D. 76


Evarts, William M., speech at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 92


Everett, Edward, address of, at New York, July 4, 1861, Int. 5; speech at Boston, D. 48, 61; speech at Chester Square, Boston, April 27, Doc. 161; address at Roxbury, Mass., Doc. 205


Everett, —, Lieut.-Col., D. 102, 103


Ewing, Andrew, Doc. 138


Ewing, Edwin H., a traitor, D. 41; speech at Nashville, Doc. 137


“Expedition.” a newspaper of the Penn. Fifth Regiment, D. 97


F


Fairfax Court House, Va., Lieut. Tompkins' charge at, D. 89; prisoners recaptured at, D. 90; official reports of the skirmish at, May 31, Doc. 321; rebel account of, Doc. 322; incident of, P. 139


Fales, Fanny, P. 16


Fallon, John O., D. 52


Fall River, Mass., meeting in, D. 34


Farnham, Noah L., appointed colonel of Fire Zouaves, D. 92


Fast day in the Southern Confederacy, D. 69; in the United States. D. 10; Doc. 17


Faulkner, C. J., Minister, letter to Seward, D. 59; Doc. 191


Fay, Richard S., Major, D. 76


Fayetteville, N. C., arsenal at, seized by Governor Ellis, D. 9, 39


Fearing, Hawkes, Doc. 119


Federal Hill, Baltimore, U. S. encampment at, D. 68


Fellowes, Cornelius, D. 5


Fiddlestring Notes, by Fidelia, P. 149


Field, David Dudley, speech at Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 113


Fields, T. C., speech at Union meeting, New York, April 20, Doc. 114


Fillmore, Millard, D. 9, 56


Finch, —, patriotism of the family of, P. 95


“Fire Zouaves.” See Ellsworth, D. 50; anecdotes of, P. 95, 100


Fish, Daniel, arrested, D. 42, 51


Fish, Hamilton, speech at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 95


Fish, Ross, Doc. 132


Fisher, Eliza Gray, what one noble woman can do, P. 101


First Baptist church, New York, flag-raising on the, D. 57


Fishing bounties, Int. 25


Flemming, Thomas M., Dr., D. 97


Fletcher, A. W., P. 82


Floating battery at Charleston, D. 22


Florida, convention of, meet, D. 9; convention of, on the right to secede, D. 10; adopts ordinance of secession D. 18; authorities of, seize the U. S. schooner Dana, D. 14; act of the Legislature of, defining treason, D. 19; troops of, D. 29


Floyd, John B., resigns, D. 7; cause of his resignation, D. 7; New York Journal of Commerce's apology for, P. 11; banquet to, at Richmond, D. 13; indicted at Washington, D. 16; correspondence with Buchanan in reference to the evacuation of Fort Moultrie, Doc. 10


Flunky, a Yankee word, P. 128


Folger, —, Judge, D. 4<*>


For Bunker Hill, sung at the camp of the Massachusetts 5th, June 17, P. 125


Forney, J. W., poem “To Ellsworth,” P. 89


For we're a band of niggers, P. 115


Foreigners, rapid enlistments of, D. 42


Fort Barrancas, Florida, seized, D. 14


Fort Brown surrendered, D. 19


Fort Caswell seized, D. 12


Fort Corcoran, flag-raising at, P. 149


Fort Johnson seized, D. 12


Fort Kearney, Kansas, seized, D. 17; guns at, spiked, D. 66


Fort Macon, N. C., seized, D. 9


Fort Morgan, Mobile Bay, seized, D. 10


Fort Moultrie evacuated, D. 6; Doc. 8; taken possession of by rebels, D. 7, 9; to attack Fort Sumter, P. 12; is repaired by the rebels, D. 13; damage done at the bombardment of, D. 85; Doc. 82


Fort Pickens, Fla., supplies cut off from, D. 19; Doc. 42; incidents at, P. 43; notices of, D. 20, 48, 56, 72, 77, 95; a southern opinion of tho condition of, April 23, P. 60; a novel plan to capture, P. 101; the saver of, in prison, P. 144; reinforcement of, D. 42; Doc. 162


Fort Pulaski, at Savannah, Ga., seized by State troops, D. 9


Fort Smith Ark., incident of a palmetto flag raising at, P. 27; seized by the rebels, D. 43


Fort Sumter, taken possession of by Major Anderson, D. 6; notices of, D. 12, 19, 20,

withdrawal of Federal troops from, demanded, D. 14; South Carolina offers to buy, D. 16; Charleston Mercury urges an attack on, D. 16; plans for capturing, D. 11; bombardment of, D. 23; explosion at, D. 25; evacuated, D. 24; how the relieving of, was prevented, D. 33; effect of the attack on, in America, D. 24; effect of the attack on, in England D. 62; English press on the fall of, Doc. 228; the killed at, P. 78, 79;

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