Gen. Phelps's Black recruiting in Louisiana
Gen. Butler thereon
Jeff. Davis on Butler and Phelps togetheButler and Phelps together
Congress orders a general enrollment, regardless of color
Democratic denunciation thereof
Gov. Andrew, ofantime, Brig.-Gen. J. W. Phelps, commanding under Gen. Butler at Carrollton, La., finding his camp continually , contrary to the policy of the Government, which Gen. Butler was endeavoring, so far as possible, to conform t, Gen. Phelps, in his report
June 16, 1862. to Gen. Butler's Adjutant, justifying his conduct in the premisethan any other course which could be adopted.
Gen. Butler, in response, instructed Gen. Phelps to employ hit way, and thereupon throwing up his commission.
Gen. Butler declined to accept his resignation; but it was, othe number.
The current of events soon carried Gen. Butler along with it; so that — though he was almost iso in proclaiming
Dec. 23, 1862. the outlawry of Gen. Butler and his officers,
See p. 106. decreed that all
Bushrod, Gen., at Chickamauga, 422.
Butler, Gen. Benjamin F., 73; expedition of, against avis, Jefferson, Proclamation of, declaring Gen. Butler a felon, 105-6; on the field at Fair Oaks, Mallory, Col., demands fugitive slaves from Gen. Butler, and is refused, 238.
Malvern Hill, batt 95-6; allusion to, 97; 98-9; imprisoned by Gen. Butler, 100.
Montgomery, Col., at Vicksburg, 31ry Stanton on, 515-16; Gen. Phelps on, 517; Gen. Butler in response, on, 518; Gov. Andrew of Mass.
abandon the Territory, 25.
New Orleans, Gen. Butler's expedition against, 81 to 106; importancey Admiral Farragnt, 95-6; occupation of, by Gen. Butler, 97-101, 106; elects Union members of Congr415-17.
Palmerston, Lord, his opinion of Gen. Butler's order No. 28, 100.
Parke, Gen. John G., 394; Grant advances on, 562; raid on, 565-6; Butler menaces, 575; Peace overtures at, 665; full of
Yeadon, Richard, offers $10,000 reward for Gen. Butler, 106.
Yellow Bayou, La., fight of A. J.