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II., 328; X., 254, 267. Marshall House, Alexandria, Va. , I., 346. Marshall Ney of Gettysburg, a name given to Gen'l G. E. Pickett, II., 261. Marston, G., X., 219. Marston, J., VI., 174. Martha's Vineyard, Mass., VI., 318. Martin, J. G.: II., 322; X., 279. Martin, J. W.: Sixth Independent New York Battery, horse artillery, IX., 61. Martin, R. M.: attempts to burn New York City, VII, 300 seq. Martin, W. F.: I., 350; II., 330, 348. Martindale, J. H.: I., 333; X., 191, 226. Martinsburg, Md., I., 348. Martinsburg, Mo., I., 348. Martinsburg, W. Va.: II., 336; III., 144, 148; IV., 82, 84. Marye's Heights, Va.: II., 81; Confederates, strongest position of, on, II., 84, 86; national cemetery at, II., 87; Union assault upon and slaughter at, II., 92-96 inc.; Marye's house at, II., 95; Union and Confederate losses and wounded at, II., 102, 113, 120, 123 seq.; havoc wrought on, II., 125, 126; Union success at, de