Bottom's Bridge, purpose of throwing Potomac army on Richmond side of the Chickahominy, 121.
Boydton plankroad, action of, 542.
Braddock Road, origin of the name, 47.
Brandy Station, cavalry 505; at Reams' Station, 535; movement towards Southside Railroad, 541; report of operations on Boydton plankroad, 546; leaves to organize new First Corps, and never rejoins his old command, 547.
ompelled, 574; attack on Fort Steadman—see Fort Steadman; attack on Warren, on Grant's left, at Boydton plankroad, 590; announces his purpose to abandon Petersburg and Richmond, 603; hopes of escape, 541; Southside Railroad—Lee, his extreme line below Hatcher's Run, 541; Southside Railroad and Boydton plankroad, importance of to Lee, 541; Southside Railroad, plan of attack on Lee's right, 541; oe Railroad, Warren's turning movement across Hatcher's Run, 542; Hancock's isolated position on Boydton plankroad, 542; Hancock withdraws across Hatcher's Run, 546; losses on both sides, 546.
ndred lines, 468; Bermuda Hundred, General Smith's force ordered from to Grant, 482; Grant's change of base to south of, 498; Bermuda Hundred, Smith's movement on Petersburg, 500; Butler's occupation of Bermuda Hundred, 516.
Jericho Ford—see North Anna.
Jenkins' raid into Maryland and Pennsylvania, 319.
Johnston, General, estimate of forces, 72; army removed to the Rapidan, 90; takes command of Yorktown defences, 103; on unknown redoubts at Williamsburg, 115; withdrawal behind the Chickof, its object, 157
Newmarket, battle of, and defeat of Sigel, 468.
Norfolk, General Huger evacuated, by orders from Richmond, to which garrison withdrew, 120; occupied by General Wool, 120.
Norfolk Navy Yard, abandoned in 1861, 26.
North Anna, the two armies head for, 472; the Union army arrives on north bank, and discovers Lee on south bank, 473; Warren crossed at Jericho Ford, and repulse of the enemy, 473; Chesterfield Bridge captured by Hancock, 475; extraordinary position of Co
in, 554 Sheridan at Cedar Creek, 559, Early once more ensconced at Fisher's Hill, 560; desolation of the, by Sheridan, 560; the battle of Cedar Creek—see Cedar Creek, 561; all operations ended in, 564; battle of Winchester—see Winchester.
Sherman at Manassas (Stone Bridge), 53: given command at the West, and against Johnston, 405; advance on Atlanta compared with Grant's direct attack system, 495; capture of Atlanta, 566; march from Atlanta to Savannah, 566; crossed the Savannah into South Carolina, 566; reached Goldsboro, North Carolina, 568.
Savage's Station, the battle of, 156.
Sigel, plan of his operations in Shenandoah Valley, etc., 409; operations in the Shenandoah Valley, 468; superseded by General Hunter, 468.
Smith, G. W., commanding Confederates, vice Johnston, wounded, 138.
Smith, W. F., evidence on Burnside's orders at Fredericksburg, 245; and General Franklin's letter to the President proposing plan of campaign, 263; report on Grant's order at Cold Harbor,
3; Gettysburg campaign, 326; campaign of manoeuvres, 373; Mine Run move, 398; in winter-quarters, 398; overland campaign, th at Chambersburg, Carlisle, Gettysburg, and York, 320; at Mine Run, 391; his corps captured at Sailor's Creek, 610.
Exter, 220; marched to rejoin Longstreet at Culpepper, 317; at Mine Run, 391; death of, 603.
Hill, General D. H., bombastic re5; withdraws across the Rapidan, 388; line of defences at Mine Run, 391; his positions on the Rapidan, 391, 416; method of d in Mina Run move, 391; pedantic orders of Halleck after Mine Run, 398; army in winter-quarters, 398; his strength on comme, Colonel, brilliant service at Chancellorsville, 287.
Mine Run move, the, 390; sketch of the battle of, 393; Meade's plaoperations against Johnston, 45.
Sedgwick, General, at Mine Run, 395; his death at Spottsylvania, 447; see also Chancellole, 286; at Cedar Run, 381; at battle of Bristoe, 383; at Mine Run, 393-396; capture of Weldon Railroad, 532; at movement on