e grand army was led by Hamilton's—afterwards Kearney's—division of the Third Corps (Heintzelman's)d in support, and afterwards the divisions of Kearney, Couch, and Casey were put in motion.
Generamy. At length, between four and five o'clock, Kearney's division, which had been ordered in the morved.
Learning the condition of Hooker's men, Kearney took up his division at the double-quick, atttwo divisions of Heintzelman's corps, that of Kearney was on the Williamsburg road and the railroad front; so that it was past four o'clock when Kearney, with his foremost brigade,
Berry's brigaded, but the brigades of Berry and Jameson, of Kearney's division, which had gone up on the left, we was on Sumner's left, and somewhat advanced; Kearney was to the right of McCall.
The brunt of thed remained comparatively firm.
An advance by Kearney and Hooker now regained a portion of the lost was placed on the right of Porter; next came Kearney and Hooker; next, Sedgwick and Richardson; ne
lso South Mountain.
Heintzelman, General, evidence on siege of Yorktown, 110.
Heth, Confederate General, on battle of Hatcher's Run, 545.
Hill, A. P., on Kearney at Manassas No. 2, 186; on the battle of Antietam, 220; marched to rejoin Longstreet at Culpepper, 317; at Mine Run, 391; death of, 603.
Hill, General D. H., bies of an invading army, 24; on interference with generals in the field, 96; on concentric operations, 410.
Jones, General, on the battle of An tietam, 212.
Kearney's assault at Manassas No. 2, 185.
Kearney, General, the death of, 192; his origination of the badge system, 268.
Kelley's Ford, the Union cavalry at, 268; cKearney, General, the death of, 192; his origination of the badge system, 268.
Kelley's Ford, the Union cavalry at, 268; cavalry action at, 386.
Kilpatrick's raid towards Richmond, 399.
Kinglake, Mr., on English public sentiment on the Crimean war, 68.
Laurel Hill, Virginia, Garnett's position at, 35; McClellan's plan of attack, 37; abandoned by Garnett, 38; see also Rich Mountain.
Lee, General Robert E., appointed major-general, and com
Hutchinson Family, I. 41.
Irving, Washington, I. 307.
Jackson, Charles, I. 395; II. 453.
Jackson, P. T., I. 275, 395;II. 457.
Jackson, T. J., Maj.-Gen. (Rebel service), I. 146, 159;, 263, 264; II. 168,169, 257, 421.
James, G. W., II. 462, 464;.
James, W., II. 357.
Jefferson, Thomas (President U. S.), I. 90.
Johnson, Mrs., II. 236.
Johnston, J. E., Maj.-Gen. (Rebel service), I. 213.
Jones, Corporal, II. 311.
Jordan, Laura P., I. 116.
Kearney, Philip, Maj.-Gen., I. 142,143; II. 400, 401;, 420, 421.
Kedgie, Dr., I. 391.
Kershon, Mr., I. 205.
Keyes, E. D., Maj.-Gen., I. 213, 214;, 422.
Kilby, Mr., I. 163.
Kilpatrick, J., Maj.-Gen., 361, 416.
Kimball, Daniel, Rev., I. 40,180.
Kimball, J. W., Col., I. 444, 445;.
Kinsley, L. J. D., I. 263.
Kirby, Mr., I. 154.
Knapp, F. N., Rev., I. 45.
Kraitsir, Charles, Dr., I. 350.
Krill, Private, I. 250.
Krum, Judge, I. 163.
Laflin, Mr., I. 174.