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flag-raising at, D. 54, 76; council of, resolutions of, D. 51; scheme to attack, D. 59; Richmond Whig on the probability of capturing, D. 74; movement of troops at, D. 100; movement of troops from, D. 102; attack on, “never intended by the rebels,” D. 58; Doc. 188; the “terrible condition” of, described by Southern women, P. 55; “Raleigh Banner” urges the attack on, P. 59, 60; incident of camp life at, P. 129


Washington Artillery of Charleston, S. C., Doc. 181; D. 53; of New Orleans, Dr. Palmer's address to the, Doc. 300; D. 83


Washington Elm, at Cambridge, meeting at the, D. 48


Washington, George, rumored removal of the remains of, P. 127, 128; poem on the removal of the remains of, P. 127


Washington Home Guard, of Alexandria, Va., D. 77


Washington, John B., taken at Fairfax Court House, Va., D. 90; incident of his capture, P. 111


Washington Navy Yard, traitors arrested at, 47


Washington Oath, the, Doc. 158


Washita, Fort, D. 43


Watkins, W. W., D. 72


Waul, General, of Texas, D. 18


Waverly, N. Y., Union at, D. 35


Wayne Guards, the, of Erie, Pa, D. 26


Webber, —, Rev., D. 57


Weber, Max, Col., 20th Regiment, N. Y. S. V., D. 102; Doc. 366


Webster, Fletcher, D. 37


Weed, Thurlow, Doc. 5


Welch, —, Rev., D. D., D. 83


Weld, H. Hastings, Rev., P. 133


Weld, L. L., poem by, P. 103


Weller, M. L., Rev., a soldier in the rebel army, P. 131


Wells, T. D., D. D., D. 38


Wesendonck, Hugo, speech at the Union meeting, N. Y., Doc. 107


Wesleyan Mission Society of London, Dr. McClintock's speech at, D. 76


Westbrook, G. W., P. 16


Westbrook, Theodore R., D. 32


Westchester, Pa., meeting for the enrolment of volunteers at, D. 10; Union meeting at, D. 25


Western Pennsylvania Regt. passed through Philadelphia, D. 41


Western Virginia, the first belligerent issue in, D. 78; declaration of independence, D. 105; advance of the Federal army into, Doc. 296; address of the Central Committee to the people of, Doc. 325; General Morris' proclamation to the people of, Doc. 348; declaration of the people of, represented in convention in Wheeling, June 17, Doc. 403; on the seizure of Sherrard Clemens, P., 52


Weston and Williams, of Richmond, repudiate their debts, P. 43


Weston, S. H., Rev. Dr., preaches at Washington, P. 57; address to the officers and men of the Sixth Regiment N. Y. S. V., Doc. 366


Wetmore, Prosper M., D. 32


Weverton, Md., D. 50; letter from the citizens of, to Gov. Hicks, Doc. 175


Wheat, James S., Doc. 328


Wheatland, Buchanan's residence, P. 9


Wheeling, Va., Union meetings at, D. 39, 57; meeting of merchants at, D. 44; fast-day at, D. 62; meeting at, D. 67; Union Convention met at, D. 69; Convention of Western Virginia met at, D. 101


Whiskey, a necessity of life at the South, P. 84


White Cloud, the Indian Chief, D. 43


Whitehall, N. Y., D. 42


Whiting, Sam., Capt., P. 118


Whitney, Addison O., killed at Baltimore, D. 53


Whitney, Eli, Int. 30


Whittier, John G., P. 85, 123


Whittingham, Wm. R., Bishop of Md., circular letter of, D. 71; Doc. 252


Whitworth guns, D. 77


Wickliffe, Col., of Ky., D. 95


Wigfall, —, notice of, D. 6; his arrest spoken of, D. 12; on Beauregard's staff, D. 22; at Fort Sumter, D. 24; at Richmond, D. 84; a Boston sculptor's offer for, P. 96; on the capture of Washington, P. 137


Wilkins, —, Judge, at Pittsburg, Pa, D. 25


Wilkinson, Mrs., of Pittsburg, D. 25


Willard, C. M., D. 45


Willey, W. J., D. 94


William Aiken, the revenue cutter, surrendered, D. 7


Williams, John E., Doc. 306


Williams, Samuel L., of Stirling, Ky., P. 99


Williams, Thomas, Doc. 116


Williams, Wm. R., D. D., Doc. 307


Williamsport, Md., D. 73; rebels at, D. 89


Wilmington, Del., patriotism, D. 7; Union meeting at, D. 28; action of the council of, D. 36; North Carolina, forts at, seized by Gov. Ellis, D. 9; effect of Liucoln's war proclamation in, D. 25; Ohio, war spirit of, D. 32


Wilmot, John G., D. 69


Wilson, Andrew, Doc. 328


Wilson, Colonel, Second Regiment, Ohio troops, D. 77; Doc. 272


Wilson, William, Colonel, Sixth Regt. N. Y.S. V., D. 102; Doc. 366; speech at the departure of his regiment, Doc. 367


Wilson's Zouaves leave N. Y., D. 102


Winans' steam-gun, described, P. 98


Winans, Ross, his steam-gun captured, D. 66; arrested, D. 59, 70


Winans, Thomas, notice of, P. 59


Winser, Lieut, D. 79


Winslow, Lanier & Co., of New York, D. 47


Winthrot, Theodore, Major, anecdote of, D. 105; at Bethel, Doc. 361


Winthrot, B. R., D. 46


Winthrop, R. C., anecdote of, P. 21


Wiscassett, Me., Union at, D. 52


Wise, Henry A., speech at Richmond, Va., June 1, D. 90; Doc. 322; in the Virginia convention, P. 40


Withers, T. J., delegate to Montgomery Congress, D. 10


Women, patriotism of, D. 56; P. 26, 43; of Mobile, Ala., D. 58; address to the, of N. Y., Doc. 158; an incident of, at the South, P. 44; the “terrible condition” of Washington, described by Southern, P. 55; act as spies in Washington, P. 143


Wood, A. M., Col., Fourteenth Regiment, N. Y. S. M., Doc. 260


Wood, —, Dr., U. S. A., D. 96


Wood, Fernando, correspondence with Toombs, D. 16; Doc. 26; his proclamation of April 15, D. 27; Doc. 69; speech at the Union meeting, New York, April 20, Doc. 89; the Irish boy's remark to, at the New York Union meeting, P. 59


Wood, Wilmot, D. 52


Woodbury, Charles L., D. 37


Woodhouse, Levi, Col., Fourth Conn. Regiment, Doc. 862


Woodstock, Vt., D. 42


Woodward, S. H., Doc. 328


Wool, John E., Gen., his declaration in favor of Union, D. 8; Union speech at Troy, N. Y., D. 27; letters to a friend, Doc. 10; epigram on the letter of, P. 20


Worcester, Dr., of Salem, Mass., anecdote of, P. 96


Worcester, Mass., Third Battalion of Rifles of, D. 87; the young soldier from, P. 80


Worden, —, the saver of Fort Pickens, P. 144


Work to do, P. 29


Wright, D. S., D. 53


Weight, Elizabeth D., p. 51


Wright, J. C., of Ohio, D. 17; P. 28


W. R. Kibby, the brig, D. 17


Wyman, Jeffries W., D. 96


Wyoming (N. Y.) conference, its substitute for the slavery resolution, P. 95


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Xenia, O., patriotism of, D. 80


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Yancey, William L., candidate for President of the Southern Confederacy, D. 14


Yankee, steam-tug, joined the blockade, D. 46


Yankee Doodle's suggestions, P. 16


Yankees will be Yankees, P. 79; proposed method of fighting, P. 94; “Tin Peddlers,” P. 109


Yates, —, Gov. of Ill., his proclamation, D. 25; reasons for the occupation of Cairo, D. 43


Yonkers, N. Y., Home Guard of, P. 95


York, Pa., review at, D. 68


Yorktown, Va., Federal expedition near, D. 106


Young Men's Christian Associations of Baltimore, D. 38; of New York, labors in behalf of the religious wants of volunteers, D. 94

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