Adams, relates incidents of Butler, 996-997; upon Butler's character, 996-998.
Grigg's Texas Brigade, position near Richmond, 723.
Guadalupe, Hidalgo, treaty, 1007.
Guthrie, Pierce, Secretary of Texas, Butler's references for President, 136.
Haggerty, Capt., Peter, goes ashore at Annapolis, 191-192; delivers message, 194; sent secretly to Baltimore, 226; expresses opinion on contraband question, 258; reads up on the battle of Marengo, 864; on Butler's staff, 890-891.
Haygood, General, sends flag of truce, 649; brigade reference to, 704.
Hahn, Mr., chosen Congressman in Louisiana, 523.
Halleck, Gen. H. W., refusing aid to Farragut at Vicksburg considered, 455, 464; order assigning Banks to New Orleans, 530; interview upon return from New Orleans, 534; his enmity toward Butler due to Seward, 537; action in Mumford matter, 542; Sumner writes regarding, 552; accusations against Grant, 568; disapproves Butler's Prison retaliation scheme, 585; report quoted, 627; se
evere fire, under which it fell back in great disorder-five hundred being taken prisoners.
This turning movement was made by a South Carolina brigade under General Haygood, and the incidents of the attack are thus given by General Warren: General Haygood's brigade struck a part of our line where the troops were in écelon; they fGeneral Haygood's brigade struck a part of our line where the troops were in écelon; they found themselves almost surrounded, and every one, thinking they had surrendered, ceased firing.
Troops immediately advanced to bring them in, when their officers commenced firing, and Captain Daly, provost-marshal of the Fourth Division, was shot by General Haygood.
In the mixed condition of our men and the enemy, our line could General Haygood.
In the mixed condition of our men and the enemy, our line could not fire, and many of the enemy escaped.—Warren: Report of Operations on the Weldon Railroad. The day's work was a clear victory, achieved with trivial loss.
The actual loss was three hundred and two; the enemy's must have been thrice or four times that number, for Warren's men buried two hundred and eleven of the Confederate d
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Hatch, J. P., Brig.-Gen., II. 357, 370;.
Haven, Elizabeth, II. 275.
Haven, J. H., II. 275, 290;.
Haven, Samuel, Hon., I. 179.
Haven, Samuel, Rev., II. 275.
Haven, S. C., Lieut., Memoir, II. 275-284.
Haven, S. F., I. 179.
Haven, S. F., Jr., Surgeon, Memoir, I. 179-188.
Also, I. 238.
Haviland, T. P., Lieut., I. 27.
Hayden, Harriet M., I. 99.
Hayden, Private, II., 427.
Hayes, F. B., II. 199.
Hayes, Joseph, Major, I. 330; II. 203. 218.
Haygood, Brig.-Gen. (Rebel service), II. 198.
Hayward, Nathan, Dr., I. 118,185, 424.
Heath,??? H., II. 8.
Heath, W. H., Dr., II. 261.
Heckman, C. A., Brig.-Gen., 1. 40.
Hedges, H. N., II. 438.
hedges, J. N., Memoir, II. 438.
Heintzelmann, S. P., Maj.-Gen., I. 142, 331;, 422; II. 170.
Hempstead, Rev. Mr., I. 77.
Henshaw, Mr., II. 317.
Herndon, Mr., I. 336.
Heth, Henry, Gen. (Rebel service), I. 16.
Hicks, G. S., I. 94.
Higginson, H. L., Major, I. 340.