sachusetts, 391; 20th Massachusetts, 208, 391; 32nd Massachusetts, 139; 40th Massachusetts, 270; 7th Michigan, 391; 7th New Hampshire, 248; 33rd New York, 277; 60th New York, 287; 72nd Pennsylvania, 312; 10th Vermont, 246; Artillery: 1st Maine, 319; 10th Massachusetts, 278; Cavalry: 10th New York, 139; Engineers: 15th New York, 378; 50th New York, 378, 384, 393
United States Christian Commission, 64-65
Taylor, Zachary, 25 412
Vicksburg, 57, 383
Vining's Station, Ga., 400
Wadsworth, James S., 369
Warren, Gouverneur K., 246,308, 349,367,406
Warrenton Sulphur Springs, Va., 239
Washington, 19,23,30, 120,162, 189,198,218,244,250-52,258, 265,298,303,315,318-19,331, 355,396
Wauhatchie, Tenn., 295 413
Waverly Magazine, 333
Weitzel, Godfrey, 268
Weldon and Petersburg Railroad, 246,327,351
West Roxbury, Mass., 44
Wilcox's Landing, Va., 237, 391
Wilderness, The, 177, 181,238,308, 323-24,331,339,342,363-64, 375,378,384
Wilson, Henry, 225,315
and repeating: A noun is the name of a thing, which I had also heard my Georgetown teachers repeat, until I had come to believe it-but I cast no reflections upon my old teacher, Richardson.
He turned out bright scholars from his school, many of whom have filled conspicuous places in the service of their States.
Two of my contemporaries there-who, I believe, never attended any other institution of learning — have held seats in Congress, and one, if not both, other high offices; these are Wadsworth and Brewster.
My father was, from my earliest recollection, in comfortable circumstances, considering the times, his place of residence, and the community in which he lived.
Mindful of his own lack of facilities for acquiring an education, his greatest desire in maturer years was for the education of his children.
Consequently, as stated before, I never missed a quarter from school from the time I was old enough to attend till the time of leaving home.
This did not exempt me from l