d ears in love with him myself.
April 29, Saturday
Visitors all day, in shoals and swarms.
Capt. Irwin brought Judge Crump of Richmond, to stay at our house.
He is an ugly old fellow, with a big nose, but perfectly delightful in conversatio
Mr. Reagan and Mr. Mallory are also in town, and Gen. Toombs has returned, having encountered danger ahead, I fear.
Judge Crump is back too, with his Confederate treasury, containing, it is said, three hundred thousand dollars in specie.
He is erret it out. They have already begun their reign of terror in Richmond, by arresting many of the prominent citizens.
Judge Crump is in a state of distraction about his poor little wandering exchequer, which seems to stand an even chance between thegradation to which it is reduced — they grow pathetic over that.
We have a charming circle of friends round us now. Judge Crump, especially, is one of the most entertaining men I ever knew.
He has traveled a great deal and I was very much intere
present for duty as follows:
Smith's dvision, consisting of the brigades of Whiting, Hood, Hampton, Hatton, and Pettigrew10,592
Longstreet's division, consisting of the brigades of A. P. Hill, Pickett, R. H. Anderson, Wilson, Colston, and Pryor13,816
Magruder's division, consisting of the brigades of McLaws, Kershaw, Griffith, Cobb, Toombs, and D. R. Jones15,680
D. H. Hill's division, consisting of the brigades of Early, Rodes, Raines, Featherston, and the commands of Colonels Ward and Crump11,151
Total effective men53,688
statement of the strength of the army commanded by General R. E. Lee on July 20, 1862
Department of Northern Virginia and North CAROLINApresent for duty
Department of North Carolina72211,509
D. H . Hill's division5508,998
A. P. Hill's division51910,104
D. R. Jones's division2133,500
eral, Samuel, 506.
Corcoran, James, 201.
Corinth, Miss., Gen. Halleck's advance, 58-59.
Corypheus (ship), 197.
Cotton, measures taken by U. S. Congress to confiscate, 289-93.
Couch, General, 309.
Courtney, General, 93.
Cox, General, 270, 539.
Crater, Battle of the, 546.
Crittenden, Gen. George B., 17-19, 30, 31, 35, 37, 57, 361.
Account of battle of Fishing Creek, 16-17.
Crook, General, 444, 447, 449, 450, 451, 453.
Cross Keys, Battle of, 93-94.
Crump, Colonel, 131.
Cullen, Dr., 77.
Cumberland (frigate), 164, 165, 168, 171.
Cumberland Gap, Tenn.-Ky., surrender, 357.
Curtin, Governor A. G., 89.
Curtis, General, 39, 40, 59.
Custer, General, 423, 426.
Dahlgren, Colonel, 174, 423. Raid on Richmond, 424-25.
Death, 425-26. Daily Post (Houston, Texas), account of Sabine Pass, 200-01.
Davies, General, 424.
Davis (member of Confederate cabinet), 585.
Garrett, 142, 622.
General J. R., 436.