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Chattanooga, Tenn., battles around, 358-65.

Cheatham, General, 41, 44, 46, 359, 360, 361, 486, 489, 490, 534.

Chickamauga, Battle of, 358-62.

Chickamauga’ (warship), 222, 237.

Chicora’ (ironclad), 172.

Chilton, Col. R. H., 107, 430.

Choppin, Dr., Sam, 60.

‘Christians,’ 157.

Churchill, General, 457.

Civil Rights Bill, 614.

Claiborne, Major J. H., 569. Report on commissary after Lee's surrender, 578-79.

Clare, Patrick, 201.

‘Clarence’ (brig), 219, 237.

Clark, General, 44, 46.

Clay, —, Member of Confederate peace commission, 517. C. C., imprisonment, 597.

Cleburne, General, 37, 360, 361. Death, 489.

Clerk's Battalion,’ 424-25.

Clifton’ (gunboat), 196, 197, 199, 200.

Cobb, General, Howell, 71, 100, 131, 355, 418, 479, 481, 497-98, 505.

Cockerell, General, 334, 343.

Cohn, Levi, 414-15.

Colburn, Colonel, 356.

Cold Harbor, Battle of, 441-42.

Colston, General, 103, 131, 302.

Comay, Capt. S. O., 183.

Confederate States of America. ‘Combinations of insurrectionists,’ 2, 11. Measures taken by U. S. Government against, 2, 4-5. Effort to supply a navy, 9. Belligerent recognition, 10. Increasing independence, 14. Coast defenses, 62-65. Statements of strength of army, 131-34. Comparison with U. S., 158. Navy department organization, 163-64. Acquiring ships, 164-65. System of torpedo naval defense, 174-76. Recognition as belligerents, 231-34, 235. Application of term ‘pirates’ by U. S. government, 234-35. Plan to enter Maryland, 276-77. ‘Ineffective blockade,’ 288. U. S. attempt to secure cotton, 289-93. Foreign relations, 311-22. Recognition as a belligerent but not as an independent power, 311. Attitude of U. S. in foreign countries, 312. Operations in the West, 323. Upholding of state rights, 493. Congressional act concerning treatment of prisoners, 495. Clothing of Confederate soldiers in Northern prisons, 512. Statistics of soldiers paroled at close of war, 592. Reconstruction, 608-40.

Conference between Lincoln and representaties of border states, 155.

Confiscation act of 1861, 5-6, 8, 291. Excerpt from Wheaton on confiscation of private property, 138-39. Extract from letter of John Quincy Adams on private property, 139. Extract from letter of Marcy on private property, 139. Words of John Marshall on private property, 139. Excerpts, 140-43, 148, 149.

Congress (Confederate States of America) Removal to Richmond, 3. Acts of 3rd session, 5. (Federal), grant of men and supplies to subjugate the South, 3. Refusal to negotiate for peaceful settlement, 3, 4-5. Confiscation law, 5-6, 8. Usurpation of power, 136, 157-62, 291. Legislation for abolition of slavery, 137-49. War power, 144-45. Recognition and admission of West Virginia, 256. Conflict with Andrew Johnson, 614-19; impeachment, 614. Appointment of committee of fifteen, 614; report, 615-16. Refusal to seat representatives from Southern states, 614. Acts for extension of franchise to negro population, 617-18.

‘Congress’ (frigate), 165, 166, 169. Surrender, 166-67.

Conner, General, 454.

Conover, S., 420. Constitution (Federal), preservation, 5-6. Violation, 12-13. Ballot box authorized, not armed force, 135-36. Contraction and expansion of powers, 137. Suspension, 144-45. Abolition a violation, 145-50. Enforced ratification of emancipation amendment, 253, 254. Formation of West Virginia a violation, 255-58.

Conynham, Capt., Gustavus, 230.

Cooke, Colonel, 282. John Esten, 97.

Cooper, General, Samuel, 506.

Corcoran, James, 201.

Corinth, Miss., Gen. Halleck's advance, 58-59. Battle, 328-29.

Corypheus’ (ship), 197.

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