rganized as follows: Gen. F. C. Armstrong's brigade—First regiment, Col. R. A. Pinson; Second, Col. E. Dillon; Seventh and Ballentine's regiment consolidated, Colonel Ballentine Ashcraft's regiment, Colonel Ashcraft; detachment Twelfth regiment; five companies Fifth regiment; Eighth regiment, Col. T. W. White.
Gen. Wirt Adams' brigade: Col. R. C. Wood's regiment; Thirty-Eighth, Col. P. Brent; Ninth, Col. H. H. Miller; Col. J. McQuirk's regiment; Fourteenth Confederate, Colonel Dumonteil; Moorman's battalion; Twenty-third battalion; Powers' regiment.
Gen. P. B. Starke's brigade: Fourth regiment, Colonel Wilbourn; Sixth, Ninth, Tenth and Eighth Confederate, Col. W. B. Wade; Twenty-eighth, Major McBee; Eighteenth battalion and part of Fifth regiment, Lieut.-Col. A. H. Chalmers.
On February 24th it was reported by Inspector-General Girault that General Forrest had in camp at and near West Point fully 6,000 cavalry; was daily increasing his force, and taking active steps to suppr
enth Virginia Infantry.
October 27, 1891, W. S. Sayard, G, First Virginia Infantry.
March 14, 1892, Joseph W. Little, I, Eighteenth Mississippi Infantry.
March 14, 1892, John F. Lay, Confederate Cavalry.
March 16, 1892, John H. Lentz, E, First Virginia Battalion Infantry.
March 18, 1892, J. W. Lawson, B, Second Virginia Cavalry.
August 15, 1892, Austin C. Lipscombe, Fayette Artillery.
August 19, 1892, Robert R. Lewis, Heavy Artillery.
August 24, 1892, Henry D. Logan, Moorman's Horse Artillery.
August 30, 1892, A. B. Lewis, B, Twenty-fourth Virginia Cavalry.
October 1, 1892, W. H. Lewis, C, Thirty-eighth Virginia Infantry.
October 27, 1892, Robert W. Lilleston, C, Sixth Virginia Infantry.
November 18, 1892, Charles Layton, Confederate States Navy.
August 1, 1886, George T. Mears, H, Sixty-first Virginia Infantry.
December 30, 1887, James McLaren, E, Fifty-sixth Virginia Infantry.
April 3, 1889, Daniel Martin, C, Forty-fourth Virginia Infant
formation of, 112; re-union of survivors of, at Chatttanooga, Tenn., 123,; address before, by Surgeon-General Jones, 137; insignia of, 137; Medical Relief Corps.
Medical History of C. S. Army and Navy, 109.
Merrimac or Virginia, her plan, construction and career, 1, 6.
Mingea, Joseph, Death of, 82.
Minitree, Col. Joseph P., 77, 93.
Minor, C. S. Navy, Lt R. D., 11.
Monitor, the Federal, 13.
Moore, J. Blythe, 261, 298.
Moore,. Surgeon-General S. P., 109.
Moorman, Col. Geo., 400.
Morgan, Col. W. A., 48.
Morrison, Sergt., Geo. J., 93.
Mosby, Col. John S., 52.
Murfreesboroa, Capture of, 328.
Newton, D. D., M. D., Rev. J. B., 367
Newton, C. S. Navy, Virginius, his History of the Merrimac or Virginia, 1.
North Carolina, troops furnished the C. S. Army by, with casualties of, 64 university of, 214.
Oepidus, The plea of the daughter of, 375.
Olmstead, Col. C. H., 169.
Owen, Col., W. Miller, 33.
Page, Hon. R. M., 46.
Palmer, Col., Win.