ed Atlanta on the night of the 28th.
On the 29th I was assigned to and on the 30th assumed command of my old division composed of Deas', Brantley's, Sharp's and Manigault's brigades.
I remained in command of these brigades until the even of the 31st of August, when I was wounded in the battle of Jonesboro, Ga., which compelled meecember, 1862, assigned to command of Trapier's Brigade, composed of two South Carolina and two Alabama regiments—same had been commanded for some time by Colonel A. M. Manigault, 10th South Carolina Regiment.
On 30th of December assigned to command of Walthall's Brigade (Walthall sick and battle of Murfreesboro impending) compo, composed of the following brigades: Brigadier-General W. F. Brantley's Mississippi brigade, Brigadier-General Z. C. Deas' Alabama brigade, Brigadier-General A. M. Manigault's South Carolina and Alabama brigades, and Brigadier-General Jacob Sharp's Mississippi brigade.
On the reorganization of the Army of Tennessee at Smithvill
IV., 93; Jackson destroys supplies at, IV., 95 seq.
Manassas Station, Va.:
Orange and Alexandria R. R., I., 161 seq.; III., 315; captured, IX., 75.
Manassas,, C. S. S.:
I., 227, 228, 232, 234; VI., 189, 191, 192, 194, 198, 218, 310, 314.
Manderson, C. F.,
IX., 245; X., 295.
Maney's battery, Tenn.,
Mangan, J. C.,
Manhattan,, U. S. S.,
Manigault, A. M.,
Mansfield, J. K. F.:
I., 64; II., 61, 68 seq., 324; X., 129, 216.
Mansion House Hospital, Alexandria, Va.
, VII., 233.
Manson, M. D.,
Many thousand go,
Map of important battlegrounds of the Civil War: I., 2; photographing, VIII., 23.
Maple Leaf,, U. S. S.,
Maratanza,, U. S. S.:
III., 342; VI., 77, 79, 314.
Marblehead,, U. S. S.,
VI., 121, 320. March to the Sea: u