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Ricket, General, 286.

Ripley, General, 114, 133, 270.

Rives, General, 40.

Roanoke’ (frigate), 165, 166.

Robertson, General, 270, 271.

Roddy, General, 462, 472, 473, 474.

Rodes, Gen. R. E., 103, 105, 131, 282, 302, 367, 434,437,438,449. Report on battle of Seven Pines, 104.

Rodgers, Colonel W. P., 329-30.

Rogers, A. J., 420.

Rosecrans, General, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 356,357, 358, 361., 362, 364.

Rosser, General, 271, 451, 452, 453, 454-55.

Rost, —, 311.

Ruggles, Col. George D., 262, 263.

Russell, Colonel, 28. Lord John, 319, 321, 322. Reply to U. S. demand for the ‘Alabama’ crew, 217. Statements to U. S. concerning shipment of armaments, 225, 226-27.

Russia. Reply to arbitration suggestion, 319-20.


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Sabine Pass, Battle of, 198-99. Reports, 199-200.

‘Sachem’ (gunboat), 197, 199, 200.

Sailor's Creek, Battle of, 563-64.

St. John, Gen. I. M., 550. Report of operations of commissariat preceding Lee's surrender, 568-70. Extracts from letters concerning shipment of supplies to Amelia Court House, 570-72. Report on commissary after Lee's surrender. 578-79.

‘St. Lawrence’ (frigate), 165, 166.

St. Louis’ (gunboat), 25.

‘Sallie’ (ship), 237.

San Francisco’ (steamer), 266.

‘Santissima Trinidad’ (ship), 234.

Satellite’ (gunboat), 188.

Savannah, Ga. Harbor defense, 172. Investment and evacuation, 484-85.

Savannah’ (ship), 9, 494.

Schade, Louis, 418.

Schenck, General, 97. establishment of martial law in western Maryland, 389.

Schofield, General, 475, 488, 489, 534, 537, 540, 548, 592, 613, 618, 619, 621.

Schopf, —, 16, 17, 18, 19.

Scott, Colonel, 37, 95. Gen. Winfield, 15, 104, 495, 515.

‘Sea King’ (ship), 221.

Secession, 3. Division of Southern sentiment, 4.

Sectional rivalry, 12. Acquisition of power by one section, cause of trouble, not slavery, 136-37.

Seddon, J. A., 339, 345, 418, 474.

Sedgwick, General, 309, 310, 435-36.

Selma’ (gunboat), 173.

Semmes, General, 301, 307, 377. Admiral Raphael, 210, 235, 550, 565. Preparation of the Sumter for action, 206-07. Description of the ‘Alabama,’ 211. Captain of the ‘Alabama,’ 211-16. Loss of the ‘Alabama,’ 216.

Semple, —, 589-90.

Serrano, Marshal, 218.

Seven Pines, Battle of, 101-06, 133.

Seward, William H., 220-21, 227, 244, 321, 403, 404, 406, 407, 417, 521. Extracts from letter to Francis Adams concerning cotton exports, 288-89.

Seymour, Governor of New York, 413, 414. Correspondence with Gen. Dix concerning conscription, 411-12. Extract from letter concerning military usurpation of civil liberties, 421-22.

Sharkey, William L., 635.

Sharpsburg, Pa., Battle of, 279-80, 281-87.

Shenandoah’ (ship), 221, 237, 593.

Shepley, Gen. George F., 248. Military governor of Louisiana, 241.

Sheridan, General, 426, 427, 449, 451, 453, 455,545, 555, 557, 558, 561, 618, 638-39. Skirmish with Stuart's force at Yellow Tavern, 427-28.

Sherman, Gen. Thomas W., 8, 64, 65. Gen. William T., 15, 41, 50, 171, 327, 331,332, 340, 354, 365, 455, 466, 472, 473, 475-76, 478, 480, 481, 483, 485, 508, 526, 551,574, 577, 578, 579, 590, 591,592. Extracts from report of siege of Corinth, Miss., 59. March on Atlanta, 467-70. Order for evacuation of civilians, 476-78. March through Georgia, 483-84. Capture of Savannah, 484-85. March from Savannah north, 530-40. Burning of Columbia, S. C., 531-32. Conferences with J. E. Johnston on terms of surrender, 580-84, 587-88. Dr. Bachman's report of atrocities in South Carolina, 601-06.

Shields, General, 92, 93, 94, 96.

Shiloh, Battle of, 20, 39, 40, 41, 48-57, 326. Preparation, 43-48. Confederate army retired after first day, 57. Retreat of Confederates, 57.

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