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article on the impatience of the North, D. 51


To the American people, by Bayard Taylor, P. 61


To the British Rifle Company, P. 13


To the flag of the Southern American secessionists, flying in a British port, P. 120


To the Men of the North and West, P. 4


To the Third Regiment of Maine, by W. C. Baker, P. 142


To the Tories of Virginia, P. 147


To the Washington Artillery, P. 137


Townsend, Fredbrick, Col. 3d Regiment N. Y. S. V., Doc. 337


Townsend, Martin J., D. 27


Tracy, Charles, address to the officers and soldiers of the 14th N. Y. S. V., Doc. 414


Thappman, William, escapes to Europe, D. 101


Treason, what it is in South Carolina, D. 9; defined by Judge Ogden, D. 60


Trenton, N. J., Union resolutions of, D. 15


Trescott, —, his diplomatic history, Int. 13


Trimble, —, Gen., of Baltimore, his clearance papers, P. 80


Trimble, J. R., Colonel, Doc. 134


Trinity Church, N. Y., American flag displayed from, D. 33


Tripp, —, Capt., D. 30


Troy, N. Y., Union meeting at, D. 27


Tucker, —, Attorney-Gen., D. 14


Tucker, St. George, of Va., his Dissertation on Slavery, Int. 33


Twiggs, David E., Gen., surrenders U. S. property in Texas, D. 17; expelled from U. S. service, D. 18; his treachery approved, D. 22; a favorite of Buchanan, P. 24; in command of Louisiana dept. D. 86; appointed Major-General in the Confederate army, D. 90; notice of, D. 95; amount of property lost by the treason of, Doc. 35; his letter to Buchanan, P. 131


Tyler, B. O., Captain, U. S. A., D. 83 ----, Captain, U. S. A., D. 66 ----, Captain of Boston volunteers, D. 66


Daniel, Colonel 1st Connecticut Regiment, D. 105; Doc. 245 ----, Corporal, incident of his experience at Baltimore, P. 109 John, notice of, D. 4 president of the Peace Convention, D. 17 his residence Hampton, Va., D. 78 secession flag taken from the house of, D. 91 Robert, D. 26


Tyng, Stephen H., D. D., D. 73, 94; Doc. 263


Tyrone, Pa., Union meeting at, D. 27; military of, leave for Harrisburg, D. 28


U


Underwood, —, Lieutenant, D. 7


Under the Washington Elm, Cambridge, April 27, 1861, P. 33


Union meeting, at N. Y. Doc.--

committee of finance Doc. 93


Union Defence Committee of New York, Doc. 319


United North, Southern opinions of, D. 54


United States, prosperous condition of, in 1860, Int. 5; Constitution of, “a suitable basis for that of the Southern Confederacy,” D. 6; fast-day in the, D. 10; the fleet of, off Charleston, D. 21; is the government of, tyrannical? Int. 22; list of conspiracies against, P. 25; vessels of the navy of, provided with engines to throw hot water, &c., P. 59; declaration of war against the, by the Southern Congress, D. 60; London News on the position of, D. 66; vessels of, seized at New Orleans, D. 78; the future of, D. 86; address to the people of, by citizens of Kentucky, D. 97; men and Confederates, P. 24; sanitary commission of, D. 96; troops encamp in Baltimore, D. 68 apportionment of, D. 68; Doc. 237 enter Virginia, D. 78 movements from St. Louis, D. 102 attempt to poison, D. 78


United States army, the oath of allegiance administered to, D. 65; geographical arrangement of, D. 84; Charleston Mercury's opinion of the, D. 87


United States Congress, an extra session of, called, D. 25


United Turner Rifies leave New York, D. 102


Up Brothers, all, P. 16


Utica, N. Y., Union meeting at, D. 35


V


Van Buren, W. H., M. D., D. 96


Vance, J. C., Captain, D. 78


Van Dorn,----, Colonel, D. 43; seizes the Star of the West, Doc. 119; captures U. S. troops at Saluria, Texas, Doc. 146


Vanity Fair, Joseph Lane's letter to, P. 24


Van Riper, Benjamin, D. 28


Van Wyck, Charles H., D. 86


Vermilyea, —, Rev. Dr., Doc. 110


Vermont, 1st Regt. of, D. 65; Doc. 231; at Hampton, Va., D. 78; experiences of the, at Fortress Monroe, D. 97; a private account of the operations of the, at Newport News, Va., Doc. 348


Victoria, Queen, proclamation of neutrality of, Doc. 245


Vicksburg, Miss., artillery ordered to, by the rebels, D. 14


Viele, Egbert L., Captain, D. 48


Vienna, Va, ambuscade at, D. 106; reports of the surprise at, Doc. 405; rebel account of the affair, Doc. 407


Vinton, Francis L., D. D., prayer at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 95


Virginia attempts to establish reserved rights, in 1787, Int. 17; resolutions of 1798, Int. 18 See Western Virginia,

disuniouists in, D. 8; regrets an attempt at secession, D. 20; commissioners from, are received by the President, D. 24; State Convention of, pass the secession ordinance, D. 29; military and naval commander of, D. 39; transferred to the S. C. D. 45; Unionists flee from, D. 47; ports of, blockaded, D. 48; delegates to the Southern Congress, D. 49; the stay law of, D. 50; ladies of, in Washington, D. 50; “to prepare for the conflict,” D. 55; admitted to the S. C. D. 58; wants a dictator, D. 61; to be divided, D. 67; Eastern part of, not unanimous for secession, D. 68; Union convention of, met, D. 69; military department of, D. 73; troops of, at Harper's Ferry, D. 73; military maps of, seized, D. 74; P. 125; rebels of, captured, D. 75; rebels of, capture live stock near Georgetown, D. C., D. 77; Southern opinion of the invasion of, D. 81; First Regiment, volunteers, D. 82; troops of, at Grafton, Va., D. 86; address of the central committee of North-western, D. 90; affairs in North-eastern, D. 92; persons prohibited from leaving the State, D. 93; mode of levying troops in, D. 93; the convention of Western, D. 101; ports of, blockaded, Doc. 161; to the North, P. 4; message to the Southern States, P. 66; description of the flag of, P. 81; the battle-ground of the South, P. 84; “the first citizen of,” P. 99; Bunker Hill day celebrated in, P. 125; President Lincoln's speech to the commissioners of, Doc. 61; ordinance of secession of, Doc. 70; opinion of the secession of, Doc. 71; ordinance for the adoption of the Provisional Government of the Southern Confederacy, Doc. 154; account of the march of the Federal army into, D. 78; Doc. 274; New York Times on the advance into, Doc. 275; Southern Press on the occupation of, Doc. 276


Virginia Sentinel, The, advocates reticence, D. 46


Voluntary subscriptions in the North for the War, P. 59


Volunteer nurses — instructions to the, Doc. 310


Volunteered, a poem, P. 61


Vosburgh, Abram S., Col., N. Y. 71st S. M., death of, D. 74, 77


W


Wade, Benj., Senator, speech at Cleveland, O., D. 27


Wainwright, J. Howard, P. 74


Wakeman, Burr, D. 39


Walden, James, P. 17


Walker, L. Pope, Secretary of War, S. C. D. 17, 65


Walker, Robert J., speech at the Union meeting, N. Y. Doc. 88; speech of, at Brooklyn, N. Y., April 22, D. 42; Doc. 139


Walker, T. R., D. 35


Wallace, —, Col. of the Indiana Zouaves, D. 95; at Romney, Va., D. 100


Wallace, William Ross, P. 18, 62


Wallis, S. T., Doc. 123


Wallis, S. Teakle, P. 59


Walrath, Col., D. 84


Wandel, Jesse, generosity of, P. 41


War, casualties in, average of, P. 95


War in America, the London News on the, D. 85


War Questions to C. M. Clay, P. 62


War-Song, P. 19


War-Song, by T. P. Rossiter, P. 118


War-Song of the Free, P. 86


Ward, J. H., Capt., U. S. N., at the bombardment of Acquia Creek, Va., D. 88; report of the action, Doc. 320


Wardrop, D. W., Col., of Mass., D. 105


Warner, Andrew, Col., Doc. 362


Warren, Richard, Speech at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 108


Warsaw, Mo., Southern Rights meeting held at, D. 47


Washburne, —, Lieut-Col., at Great Bethel, D. 98


Washington, D. C., secessionists to seize, D. 8; trouble anticipated at, D. 9; notice of, D. 10; military preparations at, D. 22; threatened raid on, D. 29; the capture of, advocated, P. 42

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