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INDEX.

Gllmore, J. R., 53.

Gilmer, Colonel, 125.

Gladden. General A. H M killed, 306.

Glassell, U. S. N., Lieutenant, 330.

Goldsbo rough, Lieut. Robert, 135.

Gordon, A. C., poem of, 183; Gen. John B.,

19, 349.

Govan, General D. C., 156. Granberry, Gen. H. B., 156. Gregg, Fort. Assault and defenders of, 60,

375 Grigsby, Colonel A. J., 23.

Hale, Major E. J., 346.

Hall, Major Thornton, 17.

Hardee, Major-General W. J., 151.

Hardin, Major M. D., 141.

Hare, Otway P., 19.

Hare's Hill, 19.

Hallock, Chas.,86.

Halsey, Captain Don P., gallantry of 193,

200.

Halsey. Hon. Don P., 81, 193. Hancock, General W. S., 356. Handkerchiefs, Battle of, 340. Harpers Ferry, 32; capture of, 278. Harris, Governor Isham G.. 52. Harrison, Miss Ellanetta, 169. Henningsen, Mrs. General C. F., 70. Hill, General D. H., 348. Hindman. Biscoe, 165- General T. C., 152. History Committee, Report of, 340; mem-

bers of, 364. Howard, Colonel James, 141; Captain Mc-

Henry, 129.

Howitzers at Bethel, Richmond, 348. Hundley, Horace L., 330. Hunt, General H. J., 357. Hunter, Andrew, 267; Alexander, 32. Hypodermic Syringe, first used in C. S.

Army, 372.

Imboden, Captain F. M., 15; Colonel George W., 12; General J. D., 11; officers of his brigade, 12.

Jackson Dr. R. D., 372; General T. J., 318.

James, Captain George S., 74.

Jones, Captain A. K.. 56; Captain Catesby,

327; D. D., Rev. J. Wm., 192; Capt, Mack,

killed, 128. Johnston, General A. S., killed, 306; offered

command of U. 8. Army, 327; General R.

Keiley, Bishop B. J., 47.

Kemper, General J. L , wounded, 234.

Kenesaw, Assault of, 159.

Kenna, Hon. J. E., 86.

Kennoii, Lieut Beverley,360.

Lafayette, Visit of in 1825, 2.

Lane General J. H., 352.

Lee, General E. J. 267; Gen'l Fitzhugh, 191; Captain Francis D., 330; Gen'l G. W. C., 129; General R. E., his statue in Statuary Hall, 81; prescience and self-sacrifice and magnanimity of, 52, 234; on battle of Gettysburg 358; the sword of, 208.

Lee, Captain R E.. 40.

Letcher, Governor John, 267.

Levy, Colonel W. M., 50.

Logan's Cross Roads, or Mill Creek, Battle of, and forces engaged at, 166; monument and cemetery at, 170.

Longstreet, General James, 231, 352.

Lookout Mountain, Battle of 129.

Louisiana in 1861, 13th Infantr nd offi- cers of, 118.

Lownes, Wm.,2. Lowrance, Colonel, 356. Lowry, General Robert, 156. Lucal, Major J. J., 75.

Mabie, Hamilton W., 97. McCabe, W. Gordon 372. McClanahan, Captain John H., 12. McCausland, General John, 266. McClellan. General G. B., " For Peace,', 45. McClure, Colonel A. K., 86. McDaniel, C. 8. N., Master, 330. McGrath, General John, 103. McGuire, Dr. Hunter, statue to, 249,362. Merritt, General Wesley, 66. McKelway, St. Clair, 97. Mallett, Prof. John W., 100. Manassas, Second Battle of, 278. Mangam, Lt. John H., 217. Manning, Colonel Wade Hampton, 73. McNeill, Rangers of Captain John H. f 12;

Jesse 12.

Maryland's claims in the war, 209. Maury M. F., 326; Col. R. L., 326. Maxwell, John. 330. Miles, Colonel D. S.. killed, 32. Miller, Captain Wm. A., 2. Minor's Battery, 16; Captain Robert D.,

Missionary Ridge, Battle of, 155.

Mitchell, Geo. E., 124.

Montague, Gov. A. J., 253.

Morgan, General John H., killing of, 125.

Murfreesboro, Battle of, 154.

Napier, on war, Lord, 318.

Naval Brigade, 137.

Negroes in the C. S. Army, 215, 365.

New Market, Battle of, commemorated at the V. M. L, 173; race-field, 20.

North Carolina and Virginia in the War, 340; troops furnished by each, 343.

Northern Va., Army of, its accomplish- ments, 280.

O'Brien, Captain, wounded, 142. Otey, Bishop James H., 163.

Palfrey, Gen F. W., 36.

Parke, Gen. John G., 31.

Parker, Captain W. H., 331.

Pearce, Major S. A., 78.

Pemberton. Charles, killed, 279.

Perry, Lt. Thos.. 39.

Peters, Colonel W. E., noble conduct of,

270.

Petersburg, Battles around. 284. Pettigrew at Gettysburg, 345. Pickens, " Douschka." 79. Pickett's Charge, 228; he, ' in the front,"

229, 345.

Polk, General L., 163; Gen. L. E., 156. Powell. Lt. Hugh P., killed. 26. Pratt, Captain Julian, 15. Purcell, Colonel John B., 177.

Rains, Gen. G. J., 330.

Rank in U. S. and C. S. Armies, 369.

" Red Strings," skulks, 26.

Richardson, Col. Charles, 286; Lt. Charles

H., wounded, 18. Richards, Sergeant G. W., 372. Richmond, closing scenes of War about,

129; evacuation of, 130; local troops of,

137, 303; retreat from, 129. Ringgold Gap, Battle of, 156. Robertson, Major James E.. 141. Roosevelt's tribute to Lee, 87. Ryan, Father A. J., 208.