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Packard Abner B., Doc. 119


Palmetto flag, the newspaper at Philadelphia, threatened, D. 26


Palmetto Guards, hold Charleston arsenal, D. 8; list of officers of, D. 62; notices of, D. 51; Doc. 177


Palmer, Rev., D. D., of New Orleans, D. 83; address to the Washington artillery, Doc. 300


Park, John C., D. 49


Park Barracks, N. Y., an incident at, P. 112


Parkes, —, of San Francisco, Cal., Doc. 131


Paris, meeting of Americans in, D. 85


Passaic Academy, patriotism at, D. 75


Passaic, N. J., flag-raising at, D. 75, 142


Patriotic contributions, Doc. 197


Patriotic Song, P. 140


Patten, George F., D. 60


Patterson, —, Gen., threatened by a mob, D. 26; notice of, D. 77; at Chambersburg, Pa., D. 91, 92; crosses the Potomac, D. 107; proclamation of, June 3d, Doc. 337


Patterson, Colonel, D. 61


Patton, —, commissary of the 7th N. Y. Regiment Militia, adventure of, P. 77


Pawnee, U. S. gunboat, D. 22


Paxton, James W., Doc. 328


Peabody, Charles A., Doc. 135


Peabody, Ephraim, P. 63


Peabody, George, D. 76


Peace Convention organized at Washington, D. C., D. 17; its plan of adjustment, D. 18; plan o the, submitted to the U. S. Senate, Feb. 27, 1861, Doc. 35


Pendergrast, —, Commander, D. 94


Pennsylvania, military preparations in, D. 22; aroused; passes the war bill, D. 24; added to the military department of Washington, D. 83; volunteers “first at Washington,” See preface; D. 61; troops leave Philadelphia, D. 84; troops move from Chambersburg, pa., D. 95; regiments at Hagerstown, Md., D. 107; Northern Central Railroad of, D. 36; lines to speculators in, P. 115; First Regiment of Artillery of, D. 61; First Regiment of Infantry, D. 67 at Edward's Ferry, D. 105; Fourth Regiment of, D. 61; Fifth Regiment, publish a newspaper, D. 97; attacked by the rebels, D. 103; Seventh Regiment of, D. 33; Fourteenth and Fifteenth Regiments of, D. 91; Twenty-second Regiment of, Doc. 412; Twenty-seventh Regiment of, D. 108; Colonel Mann's Regiment of, D. 85; Doc. 311


Pensacola, Fla., forts at, D. 10; Navy Yard at, scized, D. 14; state of affairs at, May 9, D. 66; rebel troops at, D. 68; the great Dry Dock at, D. 77; state of the rebel army at, Doc. 186; an incident of the surrender of the Navy Yard at, P. 148


“Pensacola” --To my son, P. 145


Percival, James G., poem by, P. 105


Perit, Peletiah, D. 32


Petersburg, Va., secession pole destroyed at, D. 5


Pettigru, —, Commander, at Castle Pinckney, D. 8


Pettigrew, J. S. of S. C., P. 8


Pettus, —, Gov. of Miss, proclamation of, organizing the militia of the State, D. 19


Peyton, Bailie, address to Tennessee, D. 30


Phelps, Royal, D. 32; Doc. 109


Phelps, J. Wolcott, Col., D. 65; Doc. 231; at Hampton, Va., D. 78


Philadelphia, banks of, tender money to the Federal Government, D. 25; Union pledge at, D. 26; war feeling in, D. 34; citizens of, address a letter to Gen. Scott, D. 52; to be burned, D. 55; Buena Vista volunteers of, D. 57; Confederate prizes arrive at, D. 73; troops at Baltimore, D. 74; submarine boat at, D. 72; Doc. 258


Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad, D. 37


Philippi, Va., battle of, D. 91; the results of the capture at, P. 114; official report of battle at, Doc. 333; an account of the battle, at Doc. 335


Phillips, Wendell, address on the “Political Lessons of the Hour,” D. 15; his discourse of April 21, Doc. 125


Phoenix Iron Works, New Orleans, D. 57


Pickens, —, Gov., proclaims S. C. an independent State, D. 5; authorizes seizure of forts, D. 7; notices of, D. 8, 20, 22; Sanctions the attack on the “Star of the West,” D. 13; notice of, D. 14; repudiates Northern debts, D. 94; reply of, to Major Anderson, in reference to the Star of the West, Doc. 19


Pickens Cadets, of Charleston, S. C., D. 17


Pierce, E. W., Gen., appointed Brigadier-General, D. 83; Doc. 356; at Great Bethel, Va., D. 98; letter on battle at Great Bethel, Doc. 360


Pierpont, F. H., Gov. of Western Va., D. 57, 67, Doc. 328


Pierpont, John, Rev., P. 150


Pierrepont, Edwards, Doc. 114


Pike, Albert, song by, P. 106


Pillow, Gideon, Gen., Prentiss' reply to, P. 28; Brownlow's answer to, P. 129; Epigram on, P. 149


Pinckney, —, Colonel N. Y. 6th Regiment, ancedote, of, P. 71


Piqua, O., patriotism of, D. 29


Pittsburg, Pa., indignation meeting at, in reference to the removal of arms, D. 6; Union resolutions of, D. 6; Union meeting at, D. 25; war excitement at, D. 30; contraband notice at, D. 55


Piracy — defined by Judge sprague, of Mass., D. 71


Plattsburg, N. Y., P. 81


Plymley, Jonathan, on contraband, P. 68


Point of Rocks, Md., D. 96


Poisoning troops, D. 101


“Political Lessons of the Hour.” Wendell Phillip's Address, D. 15


Poore, —, Capt., commander of the Brooklyn, D. 84


Porter, George M., D. 57


Porterfield, S. A., Col., proclamation of, to the people of North-Western Virginia, Doc. 324, 344


Portland, Me., Union at, D. 16; attempt on powder-house at, D. 52


Postal affairs, Southern opinions of, D. 80; mails suspended in the seceded States, D. 82; Confederate orders in reference to the post-office, D. 90 See Confederate post-office.


Potosi, Mo., taken possession of, D. 71; account of the taking of, Doc. 253


Potter, Alonzo, Bishop--letter to a secessionist, Doc. 292


Pratt, George W., Col. 20th Regiment N. Y. S. M., D. 60; Doc. 198


Pratt, —, Gov. of Md., D. 87


Prayer, Bardwell's, at the opening of the Tenn. legislature, D. 65


Prayer for the Times, Doc. 280


Prentice, George D., P. 17; his retort to Gen. Pillow, P. 2<*>

tells where Kentucky will go, P. 3<*>

his reply to George Lake, P. 99


Prentiss, —, Gen., interview with Col. Tilghman, D. 60; Doc. 194; reply to Col. Wickliffe, D. 95


Prentiss, —, Rev., of S. C., D. 18


Presbyterians, loyalty of the, D. 74


Price, Sterling, Maj.-Gen. (rebel), proclamation of, June 4, Doc. 33<*>

his plan to maintain peace, D. 74; destroys telegraphs in Mo., D. 104; notices of, D. 78, 93, 107


“Privateer no. 1” captured, D. 104


Privateers, to be employed by the South, P. 95; activity of, in New Orleans, D. 68, P. 131; where they will carry their prizes, P. 126; England's action upon, D. 91; Duke of Newcastle's order, Doc. 413; account of the capture of the “first privateer,” Doc. 375


Prizes, D. 78, 76


Proctor, Edna Dean, P. 3


Prophecy, see Joseph Hoag.


Prophecy of the Dead, P. 74


Pro Patria, inscribed to the Second New Hampshire Regiment, by T. Bailey Aldrich, P. 141


Proudfit, J. W., a rebel, demands accommodation in N. York, P. 97


Providence, R. I., the banks of, D. 27


Pryor, Reger A., takes a draught of poison at Fort Sumter, P. 27


Putnam, George, D. D., D. 50


Putnam, Lieut, U. S. A., D. 83


Q


Quakers, war spirit of the, P. 28


Quimby, Col., D. 84


Quinn, Michael, U. S. N., D. 77


Qui transtulit sustinet, P. 103


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Rafina, Father, raises the stars and stripes, D. 40


Railroad bridges destroyed, D. 58


Raleigh, N. C., “alive with secessionists,” D. 57


Rand, Edward sprague, Jr., P. 48


Randolph, James T., D. 69


Rapin's History of England, Int. 17


Rappahannock River, Va., blockaded, D. 73


Raymond, Henry J., speech at the Union meeting, N. Y. Doc. 100


Reagan, John H., postmaster-general Confederate States, Doc. 825


Rebels leave Washington, D. 47


Rebels, a poem, P. 66


Rebellion, a new way to settle it, P. 83


Reconstruction, P. 24


Rector, H. M., Gov. of Ark., D. 39, 43; reply to Lincoln, D. 101; P. 44


Rector, W. F., proclamation of, denying the authority of the Federal Government at Fort Smith, D. 92; Doc. 388


Redemption, by W. F. L., P. 104


Regiments in Buckram, P. 79


Reid, J. D., D. 35


Relay House, Md., Federal troops at, D. 58


Religious press, spirit of the, D. 54; on the state of the country, Doc. 181


Religious spirit of the Northern army, P. 81


Renshaw, F. B., Lt., a traitor, D. 43


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