of N. H., Pomeroy, of Kansas (against paying the masters), King, of N. Y., Wilson, of Mass., Harlan, of Iowa, Wilkinson, of Minn., Sumner, ofrs. G. H. Browne, of R. I., English, of Conn., Haight and Odell, of N. Y., Sheffield, of R. I., and B. F. Thomas, of Mass., voted Yea with thtee of the Whole on the State of the Union, and Mr. R. Conkling, of N. Y., having moved
Mar. 10. the resolve above recommended, a debate sham, of Ohio, Stevens and Kelley, of Pa., R. Conkling and Diven, of N. Y., Arnold and Lovejoy, of 111., and others, defended the bill, and it
April 23. to a Select Committee of seven, whereof Mr. Sedgwick, of N. Y., was Chairman; whence Mr. Eliot, of Mass., reported
April 30. twicans voting Nay were Messrs. Dawes and Delano, of Mass., Diven, of N. Y., Dunn, of Ind., Fisher, of Del., Horton, of Ohio, Wm. Kellogg, of Intinued; but no final action was had on the bill.
Mr. Morris, of N. Y., reported
June 6. from the Judiciary Committee a bill repealing
confident, more comprehensive than the first; our cavalry advancing on both wings and, as the Rebel front gave way, charging fiercely upon their disordered ranks, and running them through Strasburg.
Our weary, famished infantry — whose rations and cooks had long since paid tribute to the enemy, or found shelter in Winchester — sank down in their recovered quarters to shiver through the night as they could.
Our loss in this double battle was nearly 3,000, including Gen. D. D. Bidwell, of N. Y., and Col. Jo. Thoburn , killed, with Gens. Wright (slightly), Grover, Ricketts, and acting Brigadiers J. H. Kitching and R. G. McKinzie, wounded.
Many of our men taken prisoners in the morning were rescued toward evening.
The Rebel loss was heavier, including Gen. Ramseur (mortally wounded, and died a prisoner next day), 1,500 prisoners, 23 guns (not counting the 24 lost by us in the morning and recovered at night), at least 1,500 small arms, besides most of their caissons, wagons, &c. In
ne River, 279.
Beauregard, Gen. P. G. T., 545; at Pittsburg Landing, 60; succeeds Johnston.
64; dispatches from, 66-70; extracts from his report of battle at Pittsburg Landing, 67, 69, 70; retreats to Corinth, 69-71; intrenches at, 71; retreats to Tupelo, 72; allusion to, 89; relinquishes command in Virginia, 112; in chief command at Charleston, 471; urges execution of prisoners, 523.
Belgian Consul at St. Louis, arrested by Rosecrans as a conspirator, 557.
Benedict, Col. Lewis, of N. Y., mortally wounded at Pleasant Hill, 544.
Benteen, Gen., charges near Little Osage, 561.
Bentonville, N. C., Jo. Johnston attacks at, 707.
Bidwell, Gen., killed at Cedar Creek, 615.
Big Black, Gen. Grant crosses the, 309.
Birkenhead (Eng.), Southern war cruisers built by English merchants at, 648.
Birney, Gen., charges the enemy near Chantilly, 188; at Fredericksburg, 347; at Chancellorsville.
357; his report, 889; services in Florida, 532; at the Wilderness, 568.