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Repudiation, Lines on, P. 148 See Southern Repudiation.

Requier, A. J., P. 66

Reuch, Dewitt C., killed at Williamsport, Md., D. 93

Reveries of war, by C. J. H., P. 107

Rhett, R. B., Jr., proposes a southern confederacy, D. 6; delegate to Southern Congress, D. 10

Rhode Island, tribute to, P. 67, 71; “She will secede,” P. 26; uniform of the regiments of, D. 45; First Regiment of, D. 37; Marine Artillery of, D. 34, 54; troops of, pass through New York, D. 44; regiment of, build a floating bridge, D. 97

Rice, Alexander H., speech at Roxbury, Mass., D. 61

Richards, W. C., P. 46, 53

Richmond, Va., secession at, D. 7; effect of Lincoln's war proclamation in, D. 25; Custom-house, &c., seized at, D. 32; the rebel army at, D. 48; Confederate Congress at, D. 74; the British Consul at, P. 56; the Southern capital, P. 143; reign of terror in, P. 56; ancedote of a young lady in, P. 113

Ringgold Flying Artillery at Reading, Pa., D. 27

Rives, W. C., delegate to Southern Congress, D. 49; speech of, at Atlanta, Ga., P. 95

Rives, W. H., Dr., of Ala., P. 94

Robert McClellan, the revenue cutter, surrendered, D. 16

Robins, Harry, the wife of, P. 148

Robinson, —, Judge, of Troy, N. Y., D. 27

Robinson, —, Judge, of Virginia, offers the command of the Southern army to Gen. Scott, P. 41

Robinson, William, D. 6

Rochester, N. Y., abolition meeting at, D. 14; flag-raising at, D. 103; regiment from, D. 84

Rock Island, Ill., D. 51

Romeyn, W. H., D. 32

Romney, Va., rebels surprised at, D. 101

Roosevelt, J. J., Doc. 135

Ross, —, speech in the U. S. Senate, Feb. 14, 1803, Int. 41

Rossiter, T. P., P. 118

Rousseau, —, speech in the Ky. Senate, May 21, D. 91; Doc. 329

Roxbury, Mass., flag presentation at, D. 50; war meeting in, D. 61; patriotism of the ladies of, P. 97

Ruffin, Edmund, a “blood-thirsty ruffian,” P. 27

Ruggles, Samuel B., speech to the 20th Regiment N. Y. S. V., D. 102; Doc. 365

Rule Slavcownia, P. 88

Runyon, Brig.-Gen., D. 55

Russell, Lord, John, on the blockade, D. 83; notices of, D. 91, 301, 303; letter of, to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, Doc. 337

Russell, S. P., P. 18

Russell, W. H., correspondent of the “London Times,” D. 87; letters to the London Times on American affairs, April 30 and May 1, Doc. 814; his important suggestions to Col. Hardee, P. 94

Russia, position of, D. 105

Rust, A., D. 72


Sackendorf, Otto, speech at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 107

Sag Harbor, patriotism of the citizens of, D. 42

Salem Zouaves, the, D. 61; anecdote of the bravery of the, P. 40

Sanders, George N., advises the secession of the border States, P. 21; his method to prevent anarchy, P. 28; his despatch concerning the secession of Rhode Island, P. 26

Sandford, Maj-Gen., tenders the whole force of New York militia for the support of the Government, D. 14; placed in command of New York troops at Washington, D. 76; relieved by Gen. McDowell, D. 82

Sanford, Edward H., Captain, patriotic action of the wife of, P. 43

Sanford, Sarah, tarred and feathered, D. 69

San Francisco, Cal., Union meeting at, D. 66; incident in the marshal's office at, P. 109

Santa Rosa Island, Lincoln's proclamation in reference to, D. 66

Sargent, John, D. 48

Saunders, S. M., D. 43

Savannah, Ga., Fort Pulaski at, scized by State troops, D. 9; New York ships at, seized, D. 17; port of, blockaded, D. 83; American flag degraded at, P. 70

Savannah Republican criticizes Governor Brown, of Ga., D. 72

Sawyer's rifled cannon, experiment at the Rip Raps, Va., D. 104

Saxe, —, Marshal, his average of the casualties in war, P. 95

Schaffer, Chauncey, D. 46

Schell, Augustus, P. 8

Schenck, Robert C., appointed Brigadier-General, D. 85; notice of, D. 102; speech at the Union meeting, New York, April 20, Doc. 93; official report of the ambuscade at Vienna, Va., Doc. 405

Schenectady, N. Y., D. 10; Union meeting at, D. 35

Schwarzwaelder, —, Colonel 5th Regt., N. Y. S. M., Doc. 163

Scotland, union with England, Int. 16

Scott Life Guard, First Regiment of, left New York, D. 92; notice of, Doc. 337

Scott and the Veteran, a poem, P. 102

Scott, Robert S., offered a place in Lincoln's Cabinet, P. 9

Scott, T. Parkin, D. 29

Scott, Winfield, General, notices of, D. 9, 14, 22; preparing to meet secessionists in Washington, D. 10; rumored resignation of, D. 33; his telegraph to Senator Crittenden, D. 37; notices of, D. 38; P. 71; congratulatory letter to, D. 52; the South does not doubt his loyalty to the United States, D. 53; his residence in New Jersey, D. 84; Southern opinion of, D. 87; general orders for the protection of railroads in Maryland and Pennsylvania, Doc. 78; “where he stands,” Doc. 121; his views, Doc. 122; letter to, from citizens of Philadelphia, Doc. 178; threatens to resign, P. 9; his advice concerning Sumter, P. 25; his resignation celebrated at Natchez, Miss., P. 28; anecdote of, P. 28; is offered the command of the Confederates, his reply, P. 41; “The Arch Traitor,” P. 42; a Virginia estimate of, P. 57; scurrilous letter to, P. 97

Scripture, a new version of, P. 96

Scudder, J. W., D. 28

Seceding States draw their quota of arms in advance, D. 13

Seceding Virginia, a poem, P. 116

Secession, is it revolution? Int. 9; granted right, Int. 9; not authorized by State sovereignty, Int. 15; as a revolution, Int. 22; why the North should not recognize, Int. 37; establishes a foreign power on the continent, Int. 38; cost of Territories claimed by, Int. 39; Mississippi version of, D. 3; S. A. Douglas's opinion of, P. 41; ordinances, of Alabama, Doc. 19; of Georgia, Doc. 21; of Arkansas, Doc. 259; of Louisiana, Doc. 26; of Texas, Doc. 27; of North Carolina, Doc. 268; of South Carolina, Doc. 2; of Virginia, Doc. 70

Secession song, “Dixie Land,” P. 137

Sedgwick, H. D., P. 119

Send them home tenderly, P. 50

Seneca's Mills, Md., fight at, D. 103

Sensation press compared with the Southern press, D. 92

Servile insurrection, a part of the Northern programme, D. 81; notice of, D. 92; a significant circular in reference to, P. 144

Seventh Regiment, N. Y. S. M., papers relating to the, Doc. 818

Sewall's Point, Va., fight at, D. 73; official account of, Doc. 261 rebel account, Doc. 261

Seward, F. W., notice of, D. 52

Seward, William H., his Union speech in the U. S. Senate, D. 14; speech at N. Y., Dec. 22, Doc. 4; correspondence with the Confederate commissioners, D. 19; Doc. 42; refuses to receive the South Carolina commissioners, D. 21; correspondence with Faulkner, D. 59; Doc. 191; notices of, D. 4, 15, 54, 59, 72, 76, 81; Confederate commissioners' final letter to, Doc. 49; letter to Governor Hicks, in reference to the proposed mediation of Lord Lyons, Doc. 133; letter on treason, Doc. 258; anecdote of, P. 98; his head to be placed on a pike, P. 9; notice of, P. 20

Seymour, Almira, P. 15

Shannon, P. C., D. 25

Sharp-shooters, recommendation for the establishment of, P. 84

Sherman, —, Gen., of Texas, D. 33

Sherman's battery passes through Philadelphia, D. 42; at Baltimore, D. 61

Shepley, —, Chief Justice, of Maine, D. 16

Shillaber, B. P., P. 84

Ship Island, fort at, destroyed, D. 75

Shiras, Major, U. S. A., D. 96

Shivers, —, Captain, D. 44

Shop and Freedom, P. 1

Sibley, Hiram, D. 35

Sickles, Daniel E., Colonel, D. 57

Siegel, —, Colonel, at Gasconade River, D. 101

Sigourney, Lydia H., P. 4, 82, 84, 91

Sill, —, Deacon, of Old Saybrook, Conn., D. 72

Simpson, Joseph P., Doc. 116

Sioux Indians, D. 43

Sixtieth Psalm, new version of, P. 96

Skowhegan, Me., the ladies of, P. 28

Slaight, N. C., D. 28

Slave representation, Int. 35

Slave-trade, prohibition of, by the Confederates, P. 23

Slaves, fugitive, Int. 45; returned from Fort Pickens, P. 79; a tax upon the, D. 75; to be murdered by the abolitionists, D. 81; assist in erecting new fortifications, D. 92;

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