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Ericsson, J.,

VI., 56, 130, 131, 135, 138, 179.


Escapes from prison: first place in the hearts of thousands of prisoners, VII., 131, 132; uppermost idea in mind of prisoner next to that of being exchanged, VII., 131-152; ingenious plans for, VII., 138, 140, 142; one of the most celebrated ones, November 27, 1863, by Gen. Morgan and some of his companions, VII., 140, 150, 152; escape of Union officers from prison by tunneling, VII., 142; tools used by prisoners in, VII., 142, 144; Col. Magoffin's escape, July 24, 1862, VII., 144; Confederate prison at Salisbury, N. C., interesting stories of, VII., 144, 146, 148; Andersonville, VII., 148, 150.


Essex,, U. S. S.:

I., 182 seq., 183, 185, 191, 214, 356, 368; II., 198; VI., 129, 187, 195, 214, 216, 226, 316.


Este, G. P.,

X., 235.


Estes, L. G.,

X., 209.


Estrella,, U. S. S.:

II., 330; VI., 318.


Etowah bridge, Ga.,

III., 111.


Etowah River, Ga.,

III., 17, 112, 118.


Eulogy of Sumner,

L. Q. C. Lamar, IX., 301.


Eustice, H.,

L., X., 209.


Eustis, H. L.,

X., 213.


Evacuation of Johnsonville, Tenn.,

IV., 163 seq.


Evans, C. A.,

X., 263.


Evans, G. S.,

X., 195.


Evans, N. G.:

I., 154 seq., 155, 157, 366; II., 59, 328; X., 285.


Evans, R. D.,

VI., 259.


Evansville, Ind.:

U. S. marine hospital at, VII., 233.


Eve, P. F.,

VII., 351.


Evening, post,

of New York, N. Y., IX., 344, 346.


Ewell, R. S.:

I., 132, 308, 310, 311; II., 22, 27, 28, 34, 47, 65, 231, 240, 243, 248, 254, 257, 320, 322, 336, 340; III., 38, 40, 43, 44, 54, 56, 59, 62, 181, 318, 344, 346; IV., 91, 234; V., 64; VIII., 126, 128, 246; attack of May 19, 1864, IX., 77, 213; X., 245, 248.


Ewing, Ellen B.

X., 80.


Ewing, H.,

X., 235.


Ewing, T., Jr.

X., 207.


‘Examination of passes,’

VIII., 81.


‘Excelsior Brigade,’

IX., 78.


Exchange of prisoners: VII., 97-122; in the East and West, specified places for, VII., 99; conditions and terms of, as put forth by various officials of both sides; also controversies and disagreements in regard to, VII., 100, 102 seq.; Confederate agent for the, VII., 101; exchanges stopped by order of Gen. Grant, VII., 103, 118; four Union officers prominent in the arrangements for, VII., 105; continuation of, in the usual way, VII., 108; in the East and West, continuation of, in spite of suspension of cartel, VII., 112; demand for and pleadings on all sides in favor of the re-establishment of, VII., 118, 120, 122; various propositions for, VII., 120, 122; again begun after January 24, 1865; VII., 122; exchange agents for the North and South, agreement of, for the raising of money for prisoners' use, VII., 174.


Exhibition at Philadelphia, Pa.,

IX., 30.


Eylau, losses at, X., 120, 140.


Ezra Church, Ga.,

III., 134.

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