have sent us (through West & Johnston, Richmond,) a copy of this well gotten up book.
An intelligent Englishman gives us a sketchy, gossipy, very readable account of his tour in America, in which truth and fiction mingle lovingly together, and another illustration is furnished of the stubborn fact that one cannot thoroughly know a country by a hasty trip through it.
Life of Stonewall Jackson. By Miss Sarah Nicholas Randolph.
The publishers (Lippincott & Co.) have sent us, through Woodhouse & Parham, Richmond, a copy of this new life of the great Confederate chieftain.
Having read Miss Randolph's Domestic life of Jefferson--one of the most charming books we ever read — we were prepared for an entertaining biography of Jackson, and our expectations have been more than realized.
It is really a delightfully told story of the deeds of our hero, and a vivid portrayal of his private character, a book which we would be glad to see widely circulated.
And having said thus much
William Wilson, 68
Willson, Forceythe, 281
Wilson, Robert Burns, 331, 346
Wilson, Woodrow, 289
Winsor, Justin, 128
Winter, William, 286
Winthrop, John, 110
Winthrop, Theodore, 280
Wirt, William, 104, 105
Wise, Henry Augustus, 154
Wister, Owen, 293, 363
With My friends, 388
Without and within, 242
Wives of the dead, the, 23
Wolfe, Gen., 11
Wonder books, 21, 401
Wonderful One-Hoss Shay, The, 237
Wondersmith, the, 373, 374
Wood, Mrs., John, 291
Woodhouse, Lord, 141
Woodrow, James, 333, 341
Woods, Leonard, 208
Woolsey, Sarah, 402
Woolson, Constance Fenimore, 381-382
Wordsworth, 13, 38, 248
Work, Henry Clay, 284, 285
Work and play, 213
Working with hands, 324
Works of Benjamin Franklin, the, 117
Works of Poe, 61 n., 65 n.
Wound-Dresser, The, 270, 270 n.
Wreck of the Hesperus, the, 36
X-ing a Paragrab, 67
Yale, 153, 198, 200, 203, 206, 207, 211 213, 219
Yale review, the, 263 n.
Yancey, William L., 288
Belsches, Benjamin W., major.
Sixteenth Cavalry regiment: Ferguson, Milton J., colonel; Graham, William L., lieutenant-colonel; Nounnan, James H., major.
Sixteenth Infantry regiment: Colston, Raleigh E., colonel; Crump, Charles A., colonel; Crutchfield, Stapleton, colonel; Ham, Joseph H., lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Holladay, Francis D., major; Page, John C., major, lieutenant-colonel; Parrish, Henry T., lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Whitehead, Richard O., major, lieutenant-colonel; Woodhouse, John T., major.
Seventeenth Cavalry (transferred to Eleventh Cavalry): Funsten, Oliver R., lieutenant-colonel; Patrick, William, major.
Seventeenth Cavalry regiment (formed from French's Cavalry battalion): French, William H., colonel; Smith, Frederick F., major; Tavenner, William C. . lieutenant-colonel.
Seventeenth Infantry regiment: Brent, George William, major; Corse, Montgomery D., colonel; Herbert, Arthur, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Marye, Morton, lieutenant-colone
Passed Board Nov. 10, ‘62, at Oxford, Miss. Dec. 31, ‘63, 4th Mississippi Regiment. January, transferred with command from Department.
Wilkerson, T. H., Assistant Surgeon, ordered to report to S. H. Stout. Jan. 30, ‘64, ordered to report to General Cheatham. Feb. 29, ‘64, 30th Georgia Regiment.
Woodward, Emmett, Surgeon, com'd Oct. 1, ‘61. Dec. 31, ‘62, Senior Surgeon 4th Brigade Cheatham's Division, 154th Tennessee, Feb. 10, ‘63, transferred to Department East Tennessee.
Woodhouse, Virginius Gustavius, Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War to rank Dec. 3, ‘62.
Passed Board Dec. 4, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘61, 24th Mississippi Regiment. April 30, ‘64, 11th Texas Cavalry.
Wooten, J. D., Assistant Surgeon.
Passed Board at Bowling Green Jan. 12, ‘63. Dec. 31,‘62, 5th Tennessee, June 30,‘63, 35th Tennessee Regiment. April 30, ‘64, 35th and 48th Tennessee Regiments.
Woodson, M. A., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of
War to ra