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CHAPTER VIII. THE MILITARY POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES FROM
THE REVOLUTION TILL THE WAR OF 1812.
CHAPTER XIII.-MILITARY POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE
WAR OF 1812 TO THE FLORIDA WAR.
Relations of the General in Chief and Secretary of War to the Army.
Black Hawk War ...
CHAPTER XV.-MILITARY POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES DURING THE
Military policy of the United States from the Mexican War to the Rebellion.
CHAPTER XVII.-MILITARY POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES DURING THE
CHAPTER XVIII.-MILITARY POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES DURING THE
Influence of States rights on military legislation at the beginning of the Rebel-
Troops employed in 1861..
Expenditures for the year 1861..
CHAPTER XIX.-CAMPAIGN OF 1862.
Review of the campaign of the Army of the Potomac to April 1, 1862.......
CHAPTER XX.-REVIEW OF CAMPAIGN OF ARMY OF THE POTOMAC FROM APRIL 1 TO CLOSE OF FIRST PERIOD OF 1862.
Review of the campaign of the Army of the Potomac from the beginning of
the second period of 1862 to its retreat to Harrison's Landing..
Review of the campaign of the Army of the Potomac from its arrival at Har-
rison's Landing to its withdrawal from the Peninsula..
CHAPTER XXIII.-REVIEW OF THE CAMPAIGN of the SecOND BULL RUN.
Relations of the Secretary of War to the Commander of the Army of the
Review of the campaign of the Army of the Potomac from the restoration to
Review of military operations in the West, from the battle of Shiloh to the
battle of Corinth
CHAPTER XXVII.-INFLUENCE OF THE STATES IN DEPLETING OUR ARMIES.
Second session Provisional Congress
Existence of war recognized.
Control of telegraphs...
Third session Provisional Congress
Call for 400,000 volunteers
Financial and internal tax laws
Fourth session Provisional Congress
Fifth session Provisional Congress..
Bounties, furloughs, reenlistment, and recruitment
First session First Congress....
Writ of habeas corpus suspended.
CHAPTER XXXI.-MILITARY POLICY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF