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Taylor, Gen., Richard. 350, 351, 352-53, 438, 455, 456, 457, 458, 587, 590, 591-92, 598. Comment on Jackson, 94. Description of battle near Port Republic, 95-96. Account of the battle of Sharpsburg, 285-86. Account of battle of Chancellorsville, 309-10. Account of battle of Cold Harbor, 441-42. Statement concerning Johnston-Sherman conference, 588. Col. Thomas, 495. Col. Walter H., 88. Statements of the strength of Confederate Army, 131-32. Extract concerning lost order of battle for Harper's Ferry, 278.

Teaser’ (tug), 165.

Tecumseh’ (ship), 175-76.

Tennessee. Fortification of river cities, 19. Appointment of military governor, 238; administration of government, 238-40. Process of reconstruction, 240. Subversion of state government, .384-86.

Tennessee’ (gunboat), 173, 176, 192.

Terry, Colonel, 72.

Texas. Reconstruction, 640.

Thomas, General, 16-17, 18, 19, 31, 268, 273,297, 361,475,482, 483, 485, 488, 490. Judge, 614.

Thompson, —. Member of Confederate peace commission, 517.

Tidball, —, 589-90.

Tift, Messrs. 189.

Tilghman, General, Lloyd, 21, 23, 340, 343.

Tod, Gov., David, 89-90.

Toombs, General, Robert, 131, 283.

Trabue, General, 48.

Tracy, General, 334.

Trenholm, —, 585-86.

Trigg, General, 360.

Trimble, General, 93-94, 270, 271, 281, 284, 285, 302.

Trobriand, General de, 642.

Tucker, Commodore John R., 165, 563, 565.

Turner, Capt. Edmund P., 199, 200.

Twiggs, General, 328.

Tyler, Gen. E. B., 392.


U

United States. Comparison with Confederate States, 158. Demand for reclamation from Great Britain, 224-25. Statements of Lord Russell, 225, 226-27. Action when a neutral power, 231. Accusations against Britain, 229, 231-32. ‘Alabama’ claims, 236. Oath of allegiance made qualification of voter, 258-59. Blockade of Southern ports, 288-89. Attempts to secure cotton, 289-93. Communications to foreign cabinets concerning Confederate States, 312. Comparison with state government, 382-84. Subjugation of state governments, 384-87. Military domination of Northern States, 402-22, 416-17. Statistics of Federal Army, 598-99. Statistics of public debt, 599. Conduct of war by Federal Army, 599-606. Address of attorney general to president, 640; instances stated, 640-41.

Upton, General, 589.


V

Vallandigham, Clement L., Trial and sentence, 421.

Van Dorn, Gen. Earl, 39, 40, 204, 328, 330, 332, 338, 356.

‘Varuna’ (boat), 185.

Vaughan, General, 340, 588.

Venable, Col. C. S., 278, 437-38, 557, 558.

Vicksburg, Miss. Attempts to advance against, 331-35. Preliminary battles, 335-44. Siege and fall, 344-49, 352, 353.

Viele, General, 82.

Virginia. Preparations for McClellan's advance on Richmond, 67-68; the advance, 68-105. Jackson's activity in the Valley, 90-98. Seven Days Battle, 111-29. Formation of West Virginia, 255-57. Abolition of slavery by so-called government, 258. State government in 1865, 258-59. Reconstruction, 612-14, 619-22. Assembly of convention, 1868, 620.

Virginia’ (frigate), 67, 68, 73, 82, 84-85, 191. Trial trip, 165-66. Battle with Federal ships, 166-67. Fight with the ‘Monitor,’ 168-69. Destruction, 171.


W

‘Wabash’ (steamer), 63.

‘Wachusett’ (ship), 219-20, 221.

Wafford, Colonel, 285.

Waddell, Capt. J. J., 221, 593.

Wade, Col., William, 334.

Wainwright, Commander, 198.

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