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FREMONT, GEN. J. C., 26; appointed to command | GOODING, GEN., taken prisoner, 220.
GORDON, GEN. G. H., extract from his report of
attack on Banks's rear-guard at Winchester, 135; com-
mands a brigade at Antietam, 206.
GORMAN, GEN. W. A., at South Mountain, 198.
GOVAN, GEN., at Chickamauga, 417; captured,
with most of his brigade, at Jonesboro', Ga., 636.
GOVE, COL., Mass., killed at Gaines's Mill, 157.
GRAHAM, MAJOR, his train récaptured at Phila-
delphia, Tenn., 431.
101; attack on, 802.
captures Fort Morgan, 653; in attack on Mobile, 721.
GRANT, GEN. U. S., captures Fort Henry, 45-6;
bis army to Pittsburg Landing, 08-9; arrives on the
battle-field, 63 ; his remarks on the line of retreat, 65;
66: 68: bis report of losses at Pittsburg Landing. 70:
in command of the district of West Tennesser-informs
Rosecrans of the movements of a large Rebel force, 222;
forcements, 223; he réenforces Corinth so as to resist
the besieging army under Van Dorn, 230; his attempts
to flank the Mississippi, 295; he crosses the Big Black,
809; changes his point of attack on Vicksburg, 300;
directs a naval attack on the batteries of Grand
his attack, 804; his captures and loss, 304; changes his
Hills, 807; bis captures and losses, 808-9; fall of Haines's
Bluff and Yazoo City. 810; his grand assault on Vicks-
burg a failure-he begins a regular siege-negotiations
for surrender, captures and losses, &c., 810 to 816;
selected for chief command in Tennessee, 432; is re-
enforced by Sherman at Chattanooga, 437: drives
Bragg froni Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga Valley,
and Mission Ridge, 438 to 445; his official report, 443;
losses on both sides, 446; is appointed Lient.-General-
at the Wilderness, 667 to 570; advances to the North
679; his grand assault at Cold Harbor, 581: he crisses
the James river, 588; end of his campaign of 1864 and
losses, 597; remarks on the results of the campaign,
wounded at Vicksburg, 847 : at Chancellorsville, 862; ton, 712; before Petersburg, 729; 780; compels Lee to
general order congratulating the troops on the end of
at Kingsport, Tenn., 688; captures 200 men and 8 guns Atlanta, 631.
| GREELEY, HORACE, writes to the President on
Somerset, 427; his plan for bombarding Fort Pulaski GREEN RIVER, Ky., railroad communication re-
opened to, 270.
GREEN, COL., wounded at Fort Wagner, 477.
GREEN, GEN., wounded at Wauhatcbie, 435.
GREGG, GEX., taken prisoner at Farmville, 743.
GREGG, GEN. (Union), attacked, and 500 men
captnred from him near Jefferson, VA 898
GREGG, BRIG.-GEN. (Rebel), wounded at Antie-
| tam, 210; at Gettysburg, 889."
GRENADA, Miss., cavalry raids to, 615.
GRIERSOX, COL B. H. (since Gen.), raids from
Lagrange to Baton Rouge, 801; raids toward Mobile, 6e5.
GRIFFIN, Gex., at Gaines's Mill, 156; at Malvern
Hill, 165; captures 1,500 Rebels at Five Forks, 188.
expedition, 18; relieved from command, 76; 121. prisoners, 312.
| the education of colored children, 266
GROVER, GEN. C., rëoccupies Baton Rouge, 327. | HAWKINS, COL. R. C., at Roanoke Island, 76; 79,
HAYES, GEN. ALEX., killed at the Wilderness, 569.
HAZEN, GEN., with Sherman on his great march,
659; storms Fort McAllister, 693.
of the Potomac, 108; at Yorktown, 120; in battle of
his report of the battle of Glendale, 169; commands a
corps at Malvern Hill, 165; he rëenforces Pope's army,
179; ordered to cooperate with McDowell, 181; pres-
at second Bull Run, 169.
'HELENA, Ark., attack by Holmes on, 319; Rebels
defeated at, 821.
HENDERSON, Ky., seized by guerrillas, 212.
his army occupies Corinth, Miss.. 71-2; summoned to and captures guns and prisoners at, 637.
HENRY, PATRICK, on the Slave-Trade, 233.
HERRON, GEN. F. J., routs Rebels near Fayette-
ville, Ark., 37, 38; at Prairie Grove, 88 to 41; extracts
I from letters from, 88; 41; at Vicksburg, 314; his Yazoo
at Petersburg, 735.
Price at luka, 223; his report as to Corinth, 225; with HILL, GEN. A. P., his attack near Mechanicsville,
repulsed, 153 ; cooperates with Jackson, 181; moves to
Harper's Ferry, 200; at Fredericksburg, 344; at Chan-
cellorsville, 859; at Centerville, 895; killed at Peters.
Hill, GEN. D. H. (Rebel), at Richmond, 142;
148; his attack, near Mechanicsville, repulsed, 153;
HINDMAX, Gen. T. C., 36; 37; in command at
Prairie Grove, 88 to 41; retreats from Prairie Grove,
40; at Chickamauga, 422.
HITCHCOCK, GEN., his report of strength of force
reserved for defense of Washington, 180.
218; commands a corps at Stone River, 274; his flank | HOKE, GEN., besieges Plymouth, N. C., 533-4.
HOLLINS, Com. (Rebel), 55; in command of fleet
at New Orleans, 84; superseded by Com. Whittle, 87.
by scouts under Capt. Inez, 504.
Hood, GEN. John B., attempts to turn the right
of our army at Thoroughfare Gap, 183; commands a
division at Antietarn, 200; at Gettysburg. 880 to 889:
wounded at Chickamauga, 422; leads the attack at
mand of the Rebel army at Atlanta, 630; his first at.
abandons Atlanta, 637; his movements, 639-40; his
Tennessee campaign, 677; he invests Athens (Ala-
bama), 677; operates on Sherman's line of communica-
tions up to Chattanooga, 678; intrenches before
Nashville, 678; composition and organization of his
arıny, 679–80; he attacks Schofield at Franklin, 681:
ville, 684; worsted by Thoinas, at Nashville, 655; he
is chased out of Tennessee, 687; Is relieved of com-
mand at his own request, 689.
HOOKER, GEN. JOSEPH, in the battle of Williams-
Williamsburg, 125; advances on Richinond, 149; or.
dered to Fair Oaks, 149; commands a division at tho
battle of Malvern Hill, 165; drives the Rebels from
Malvern to White Oak Swamp bridge, 170; defeata
the army at Gainesville and South Mountain, 135; 197;
his gallant conduct at 2d Bull Run, 189; at Antietam, his hazar ons movement from the Rappahannock, 180;
JACKSON, GEN. JAS. S., killed at Perryville, 219.
JACKSON, GEN. C. F., killed at Fred'ksburg, 347.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., rëtaken by Unionists, 459;
Union Convention at, 459, 532.
JACKSON CITY, Miss., captured by McPherson,
306; Sherman drives Johnston's army out of, 317.
JAENSEN, MAJOR, killed before Vicksburg, 290.
| JAMES RIVER, scene of operations and map of,
16s; crossed by Grant, 583; Sheridan bafiled at bridges
JEFFERSON, Va., Unionists routed near, 395.
JENKINS, GEx., wounded at Gettysburg, 389.
narrative of the pursuit of Lee, 890; his testimony in Johxson, ANDREW, nominated for Vice-Presi-
dent, 660: his letter of acceptance, 660; sneceeds to the
position in front of Richmond, 160; is present at the Davis, 750.
JOHNSON, Hon. Geo. W., killed at Shiloh, 70.
Hancock at Spottsylvania, 572.
cooperates against Bragg at Lookout Mountain, Chat-
tanooga Valley, and Mission Ridge, 488 to 442.
Johnson, ZACHARIAH, on the Slave-Trade, 233.
JOHNSTON, GEN. JOSEPH E., succeeds Beauregard
in command of Ariny of Virginia 112; evacuates Ma-
nassas, 112; attacks Casey at Fair Oaks, 142; wounded
at Fair Oaks. 145: his report of losses at Fair Oaks,
opposed to Sherman in Georgia, 625; organization of
army, 625, abandons Dalton and Resaca to Sherman,
626; retreats from Adairsville, 626; Kingston, 625;
Kenesaw Mountain, 630; is superseded by Hood,
680-1; takes command of lood's army, 699; attacks
Slocum at Bentonville, 707: surrenders to Sherman,
JOHNSTON, GEN. ALBERT SIDNEY, abandons Bowl-
ing Green, 51; his retreat to Corinth, 52; reasons for
leaving Kentucky. 59; 60; in command at Pittsburg
JONES, GEN. D. R., at Thoroughfare Gap, 133;
JONES, GEN.THOMAS N., evacuates Pensacola, 459.
Hill, 166; moves to Harper's Ferry, 900; wounded at
Gettysburg, $S9; killed at the Wilderness. 568.
of, 107-9; operations of, in West Virginia, 108: in
KANE, LT.-COL. T. L., Penn. Bucktails, wounded
KEARSARGE, TRE, sinks the Alabama, 646.
KEENAN, MAJ., killed at Chancellorsville, 358.
KENLY, COL. J. R., surprised at Front Royal, 133.
KENNETT COL. LUTH
KENTUCKY, 41; Buell moves on Bowling Green, 1 Grant, 566: fights Grant in the Wilderness, 567 to 571:
at Sputtsylvania, 672-3; Cold Harbor, 580; defense of
the massacre at Fort Pillow, 629; attacks Warren and
Sheridan, 781 ; notifies Davis to evacuate Richinond,
785; crosses the Appomattox, 741; solicits an inter-
view with Grant, 744; surrenders his army, 744; takes
leave of his army, 745.
LEE, Gex. Fitz HUGH, encounters Gregg, 393.
| LEGAREVILLE, S. C., transport captured near, 465.
LEWISBURG, Va., fights at, 140; 403.
LIBERIA AND Hayti recognized, 265.
guard under Pettigrew, 892-8; captures gunboats near LIDDLE, GEN., at Chickamauga, 417.
LIGHTFOOT, Col., killed at Fair Oaks, 148.
lieving McClellan from general command, 112; his
want of confidence in McClellan, 118; order as to pro-
tection of Washington, 129; as to withdrawal of Blen-
ker, 129; orilers & corps to remain near Washington,
ginia Central railroad, 173; bends a brigade to Cedar 131; sends Franklin to McClellan, 182; visits McDow-
152; 158; visits the army, 169; his letter to McClellan,
192, as to the Slave-Trade, 240; as to slave contrabands,
243; reply to II. Greeley's letter, 249; reply to Eman.
cipationists, 251; his proclamations of Freedom, 258;
proposes aid to emancipation, 259; on slare coloniza-
on the Habeas Corpus, 490 to 492; to the Ohio Democ-
racy, 493; replies to Gov. Seymour on the Draft. 008:
on protectiny negro soldiers, 525; arnnesty proclaros-
656; last message, 673; on Peace negotiations, 675; bis
second Inaugural, 676-7; thanks to Sherman, 695; at
City Point and enters Richmond, 746; instructs Weit-
proclamations, 747; assassinated by Wilkes Booth, 748.
LITTLE OSAGE, Mo., fight at, 561.
southward from, 552; Steele retreats to, 555.
LOAN, GEN. BEN., 35; 36.
LOCKWOOD, Gen., at Gettysburg, 380 to 387.
LOGAN, GEN. JOHN A., at Port Gibson, 305; at
Champion Hills, 30s; at Vicksburg, 815; 816; in the
Atlanta campaign, 631.
LONGSTREET, GEN. JAMES, at Fair Oaks, 142-3;
repulsed at Mechanicsville, 153: at Gaines's Mill, 155;
at Malvern Hill, 165; his movements, 180; advances
to support Jackson, 183; at second Bull Run, 187; re-
enforces Hill at South Mountain, 197; at Fredericks-
burg. 344; baffled by Peck at Suffolk, 367; at Gettys-
burg, 380-387; at Chickamanga, 422; against Burnside
in East Tennessee, 431-9; abandons the siege of Fort
Sanders, 432; at the Wilderness, 569-571.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, carried by Hooker, 439.
LORING, MAJ.-GEN. W. W., at the Yazoo, 296.
LORING, COL., disloyalty of, 19.
Louisville Courier, The, citations from, 43.
LOVEJOY, Hox. Owen, on fugitive slaves, 257.
LOVELL, GEN. MANSFIELD, in command at New
LYNCHBURG, Va., Hunter miscarries at, 601.
LYONS, LORD, on Democratic leaders, 484-5-6.
LYTLE, COL., killed at Perryville, 220.
| MAGILTON, COL., at South Mountain, 198.
Petreat to Harrison
na 190; he remonding Pope,
MAGRUDER, GEN. J. B., at Yorktown, 120; on from, about McDowell's corps, 150, 151: his dispatches
to the President, 151: inactivity of, 151; to the War
Department, about Jackson's movements, 152; his
over-estimate of the Rebel strength, 154-5; dispatches
to the Secretary of War, after his defeat at Gaines's
Mill, 158: retreats to the James river, 159, 160–1; at
Malvern Hill, 166-7; his report of losses during the
169: ordered to Acquia Creek, 170; his army at Fort-
ress Monroe, 171; the causes of his failure, 172; his
draw from the Peninsula, 190; he remonstrates, 190:
correspondence with Halleck as to rienforcing Pope,
190–2; letter of the President to, 192; his conduct cen.
snred, 192: concentrates to resist Lee, 198: crosses the
Potomac, 198; discovers Lee's plans, 195; his move-
ments hesitating, 196; battle of South Mountain, 198–9:
fights Lee at Antietam, 205; statement of his own, and
his captures from the enemy at Sonth Monntain,
Crampton's Gap, and Antietam, 210; reenforced with
raids into Pennsylvania, 211; crosses the Potomac, and
advances to Warrenton, Va., when he is relieved by
Gen. Burnside, 212; bis views on Slavery, 237-8:
248-9; Domination for President, and platform, 609–
defeated by Lincoln, 678.
Landing, 59 to 71 : captures Fort Hindman, 298: his
losses. 294: at Port Gibson, 804: at Champion Hills.
307; at Vicksburg, 811; at Alexandria, Red river, 550.
McCook, GEN. A.D., at Perryville, 218; at Nash-
ville and Stone River, 273-5; at Chickamanga, 421.
McCULLOCH, GEN. BEN., allusions to, 18; 27; 33;
| MCDOWELL, GEN. IRVIX, to command a corps in
Washington, 130-1: position of, during MeClellan's
advance, 186; ordered to the Valley, to intercept Jack-
son, 186: his testimony relative to pursuit of Jackson,
187; in the Army of Virginia, 172; be marches on
Gainesville, 181; retrents on Manassas Junetion, 183:
fights at Gainesville, 185; general order respecting
MCDOWELL, Va., battle at, 132–3.
McIntosh, GEN., killed at Pea Ridge, 28; 30.
MCKEE, COL., killed at Stone River, 287.
Ferry, 200; attacks Maryland Heights, 200; at Antie-
tam, 207; at Chancellorsville, 363 ; at Gettysburg, 880
82; inaction of, 107; fails to open the Potomac. 107; MCLEAX, MAJOR, wounded at Manassas Gap, 393.
MCNAIRY, COL., killed at Fort Donelson, 283.
MCNEIL, COL. Joux, routs guerillas at Kirks-
mands Army of Tennessee under Sherman, 361; killed
before Atlanta, 683.
MCRAE, COL., at Antietam, 206.
delny.ches of, ohes the
forces "169; his e