ffith, 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
Cavalry brigade1re made to swell the force which Jackson brought, they should be elsewhere subtracted.
General J. A. Early, in the same number of the Historical Society Papers, in a letter addressed to General J.t was distributed among some other brigades in Longstreet's corps.
After minute inquiry, General Early concludes that the whole command that came from the Valley, including the artillery, the regand a battery, then known as The Maryland line, could not have exceeded 8,000 men.
In this, General Early does not include either Lawton's brigade or the two brigades with Whiting, and reaches the cral Lee was about 23,000—about 30,000 less than your estimate.
Taking the number given by General Early as the entire reenforcement received by General Lee after the battle of Seven Pines and befo
4, 105, 111, 119, 120, 121-22, 124, 125, 126, 127, 130, 132, 133, 170. Lt. Thomas B., 186.
Huggins, Thomas, 200.
Humphreys, Benjamin G., 635, 637.
Hunter, Major, 350-51. General David, 153, 445, 446, 447, 496, 500. Arming of slaves, 499. General Early's description of his retreat down the Shenandoah, 601.
R. M. T., member of Confederate peace commission, 521.
Report of peace commission to Davis, 522-23.
Hunton, General, 428.
Hurley, Timothy, 200.
Huston, Gen. John B., 397.
Wallace, Gen., Lew, 52, 57, 446, 496.
Waller, General, 277.
Walshe, Matthew, 200.
Walthall, General E. C., 18, 491.
Walton, Col. I. B., 282.
War Between the States.
Ward, Col. George T., 72, 131.
Description given by Gen. Early, 79-82.
Warley, Lieutenant, 186.
Warren, General, 439.
Washington, Gen., George, 128, 226.
Watson, Dr. James L., 613.
Waul, —, 347.
Webb, Lt. W. A., 165, 172.
Webb (ram). Capture of the Indianola, 202-03.
Weber, Gen., Max, 82.