States army, March 10, 1862.
Corporal John G. McCluer, transferred to Ashby's cavalry, April 28th.
Robert S. Bull, captured March 23d, and in prison in Fort Delaware.
William F. Singleton, captured March 23d, and in prison in Fort Warren.
Daniel Blain, detailed on duty in ordnance department, by order of Secretary of rginia volunteers.
William Nick, joined August 1, 1862; died September 5, 1862, of wounds at Fredericksburg.
Samuel A. Paxton joined May 7, 1863; died at Fort Delaware.
Benjamin F. Michaels joined August 3, 1862, and left in 1863.
The next mustering was October 31, 1863, at Stephensburg in Culpeper county, Va., when the fer not guessable.]
George W. Hostetter, transferred to [probably Fifty-eighth Virginia volunteers].
The following died:
Alexander Harris, at Fort Delaware, between September 9 and October 4, 1863; James A. Nicely and John E. Davis, at Chimborazo, both in 1864—the latter on June 30th; and Ambrose Thompson [or Toml
Scouts of Hampton, Butler and Wheeler, 26.
Sherman's Army, Bummers of, 27.
Slavery in the South, 367.
South, Contributions of, to the Greatness of the Union, 1; its Army as compared with the Federal, 1861-1861, 5; its gifts of territory, 7; its valor in war, 9; its fidelity to principles, 11; its influence in the forming of the Union its aid in industrial greatness, 14; its grand future, 21.
Southern Soldiers in Northern Prisons; John-son's Island, Point Lookout, and Fort Delaware, 158.
Southern Historical Society, 381.
Spirit of 1776 and of 1861, 336.
Spotsylvania C. H Battle of, 50.
State, Raleigh, N. C., cited, 165, 189.
State, Columbia, S C , cited, 25.
State, N. O., La., cited, 82.
Stonewall Brigade, 56; Battles of the, 56.
Strange, Colonel, John Bowie, 298.
Stuart, General J. E. B., Tribute to, 202; at Gettysburg, 212, 216; defence of, 238, 348.
Suffolk, Va., Occupation of, 66.
Swift Creek, Va., Engagement at, 66.