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rences which ensued between the commanding General and the municipality, Mayor Monroe was counseled and prompted by Hon. Pierre Soule, a gentleman whose ability and tact shone forth in striking contrast with the pitiable exhibition previously made of himself by the Mayor. In fact, if Soule had had 10 or 15 good regiments and as many batteries at his back, he might have argued Butler out of New Orleans. A wide diversity as to premises rendered the progress and results of these discussions quits rightful and lawful allegiance, and wherein no authority must be asserted, no flag displayed, but those of the Union. Soule, Monroe, and the mob, could not see the matter in that light; but insisted on regarding our forces as intruders, who oughr too long enduring his palterings and equivocations, to send Mayor Monroe to prison, abolish his municipality, banish Pierre Soule, and appoint Col. G. F. Shepley military commandant, to the signal improvement of the government of New Orleans and th
s, 290; at Fort Hindman, 293; at Vicksburg, 315; takes Fort de Russy, 587; fights at Mansura, 551; defeats Polignac at Yellow Bayou, 551; routs Marmaduke near Columbia, Ark., 551; ordered to St. Louis, 557; aids to drive Price out of Missouri, 559 to 562; at Nashville under Thomas, 562; helps defeat Hood, 684; rejoins Canby, and helps reduce Mobile, 721. Snicker's Gap, occupied by Lee's army, 212. soldiers' vote, 224; for President, 672. Somerset, Ky., Gillmore routs Pegram, 427. Soule, Hon. Pierre, 98; banished, 100. South Mountain, Md., battle of, 195-7. Spalding, Col., 12th Tenn. Cavalry, at Nashville, 686. Spanish Fort, Mobile, besieged and taken, 722. Spinola, Brig.-Gen. F. B., wounded at Manassas Gap, 393; relieved from command, 564. Spooner, Col., 83d Ind., at Vicksburg, 310. Spottsylvania C. H., Va., fighting at, 572-5. Springfield, Ark., attacked by Marmaduke, 446. Stafford, Brig.-Gen., killed at the Wilderness, 568. Stahl, Gen. Julius,