d efforts, and chilled, like ours, by the rain of the intervening night, stood to their arms firmly, but without alacrity or enthusiasm.
Nelson had quietly aroused his men at 4 A. M. ; and he advanced in parade order at 5 1/2; soon concentrating upon himself the fire of half the Rebel army.
Not having received his artillery, his infantry, annoyed by two Rebel batteries, began, at 7 1/2, to give ground; when, on applying to Gen. Buell, the battery of Capt. Mendenhall, and at 9 that of Capt. Terrill--both regulars — were sent to his support, and the Rebel batteries in front thereby silenced.
Meantime, the Rebel concentration upon this division was continued; but its behavior was splendid, especially that of Ammen's brigade, admirably handled by its chief; while that of Hagen, on the right, maintained its position with equal gallantry.
The loss by this division of 739 out of 4,541--more than half of it in Hagen's brigade — attests the tenacity of the Rebel resistance this day.
Taylor, Gen. Geo.
W., at Gaines's Mill, 156; is defeated by Jackson at Bull Run, 181.
Taylor, Col., Pa. Bucktails, killed at Gettysburg, 388.
Tecumseh, the, destroyed by a torpedo, 651.
Tennessee, the war in, 212; Bragg's army in, 221; Gen. Grant in command of West, 222; Middle and East, 404: Buckner abandons East, 429; Longstreet's operations against Burnside in East, 431-2; Hood invades, 677; is driven out by Thomas, 677-87.
Tennessee, ram, fights and surrenders, 652-3.
Terrill, Gen., routed and killed at Perryville, 219.
Terry, Gen. Alfred H., menaces James Island, 475; assaults Fort Wagner, 481; assaults and takes Fort Fisher, 713; helps capture Wilmington, 715.
Tew, Col., 2d N. C., killed at Antietam, 210.
Texas, surrender of regulars in, 17; 18; ordinance of Secession, 17; Gens. Banks and Dana in Western, 341; collapse of Rebellion in, 757.
Thayer, Gen. John M., at Fort Hindman, 293.
Thoburn, Col. Jo., killed at Cedar Creek, 615.