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[728] 199; runs transports by Grand Gulf at night, 200; bombards rebel outworks, 306; naval battery in siege of Vicksburg, 342-344; operations against Fort Fisher, III., 225, 308-346.

Potomac, army of the, position of, when Grant took supreme command, i., 3, 6; organization of, 42,43; numbers and position of, in May, 1864, 94; crosses the Rapidan, 98; battle of Wilderness, 97-135; Spottsylvania, 137-215; movements on North Anna, 217-237; Ninth corps consolidated with, 260; confidence of troops, 262; movement to Cold Harbor, 262-274; battles of Cold Harbor, 274-309; Cold Harbor to Petersburg, 338-365; crossing of Chickahominy 347; crossing of James, 50-357; assaults on Petersburg, 360-380; operations of June, 1864, 382-389; Burnside's mine, 460-495; characteristics of high officers in, 487 operations against Deep Bottom and Weldon road, 514-53; Peeble's farm, III., 74-78; Hatcher's run, 115-128; strength and position, March, 1865, 438, 439; Fort Steadman, 445-450; operations prior to Five Forks, 450-484 battle of Five Forks, 484-497; final assaults on Petersburg, 500-529; Appomattox campaign, 544-597.

Potomac river, geography of, II., 8; Early's campaign on, 429-441; frozen, III., 368.

Potter, General Robert B. before Petersburg, June 30, 1864, II. 4,0.

Prentiss, General B. M., at battle of Shiloh, i., 74, 76, 78, 83.

Price, General Sterling, captures Iuka, i., 110 in West Tennessee, 109-120; defeated at Big Blue river, III., 388.

Providence, lake, expedition, i., 166-173, 178.

Raids.—Grierson's, i. 188 189; Sheridan's to Richmond, May, 1864, II., 237-241 to Trevellian station, 392-398, in February, 1865, III., 412-417; Wilson's, 403-412; Grant's opinions of, 412, 413.

Ransom, General T. E. G., commands brigade before Vicksburg, i., 347.

Rapidan river, strategical situation of, i., 4, 14, 94; crossing of, 98.

Rawlins, General John A., relations with Grant, II., 191; opposes Sherman's march to sea, III., 156, 157.

Raymond, battle of, i., 234, 236.

Read, General, Theodore, fight with rebel cavalry near Farmville, III., 568; death of, 568.

Ream's station, cavalry fight at, II., 409; battle of, July 25, 1864, II. 527-531.

Rebel army, disaffection and desertion in, III., 352; surrender of every man in, 639; complete overthrow of, in every quarter of theatre of war, 648.

Rebel losses.—At Belmont. i., 20; at Fort Donelson, 51; at Shiloh, 92; at Iuka, 115; at Corinth, 117; at Hatchie river, 118; at Arkansas Post, 149; at Port Gibson, 211; at Milliken's Bend, 233; at Raymond, 237 at Champion's hill, 270; at Big Black river bridge, 278; in Vicksburg campaign, 284; entire operations at Vicksburg, 386; at Jackson, 397; battle of Wauhatchie, 450; at Ringgold, 521; in Chattanooga campaign, 524; at Knoxville, 541; at Spottsylvania, II., 182, 15, 216; in Wilderness campaign, 329; on James river, August 14, 1864, 511; at Kenesaw mountain, 538; Sherman's Atlanta campaign, 547; at Winchester, III., 30; at Fisher's hill, 33; at Tom's brook, 87; at Cedar creek, 99; Valley campaign, 104; battle of Franklin 212 Tennessee campaign, 270; at Fort Fisher, 343; at Averysboro 428; at Bentonsville, 432; at Fort Steadman, 447; at Five Forks, 495; in Appomattox campaign, 624; surrendered to Sherman, 634; at Mobile, 637; surrendered at end of war, 639.

Rebel population, distress among, III., 354.

Rebel reinforcements, to Lee, II., 226; comparative statement of, in Wilderness campaign, 328.

Rebel numbers.—At Belmont i., 20 at Fort Henry, 28; at Fort Donelson, 37, 51; battle of Corinth, 116; battle of Port Gibson, 207; Vicksburg campaign, 219; battle of Raymond, 235; under Johnston at Jackson, 241; at Champion's hill, 260; in Vicksburg, 299; assaults on Vicksburg, 327; in Vicksburg campaign, 398; under Johnston, May 31, 1863, 355; battle of Chickamauga, 432; battle of Chattanooga, 525; battle of Wilderness, II., 94; in Wilderness campaign, 326; battle of Drury's Bluff, 255; in Early's campaign, 419, 430; III., 31, 85, 100, tattle of Newmarket, II. 417 in Sherman's Atlanta campaign, 533; before Richmond, October, 1864 III., 79, at Fort Fisher, 312; under Hood, November 1864, 188; battle of Franklin, 212, battle of Nashville, 251; battle of Waynesboro, 413; battle of Bentonsville, 432; before Petersburg, March 25 1865, 439; at Five Forks, 495; at final assaults on Petersburg 507; flight to Appomattox, 545; at Jetersville, 551; at Appomattox, 623, 624; surrendered to Sherman, 634; total surrendered at end of war, 639.

Rebel government tottering, III., 351; dissensions in the, 353; offers propositions for peace, 356, 400; till of; 529, 537.

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