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Lawton, commands rebel brigade at Anti-Loring Chas. G., assistant quartermaster
etam, 136, 151.

in N.C. Expedition, 21; promoted to Lieut.
Leasure, Col., commands division, 382; Col., inspector general, 104, 515; selects
commands brigade, 523.

position for troops at Campbell's station,
Leavitt, H. H. Hon , Judge of District 335, 336; with Ferrero near the mine, 442;

Court in Ohio, 270; decides against grant- deposes respecting Ferrero, 458; testimo-
ing habeas corpus for Vallandigham,

272. ny of before committee, 460; distinguishes
Ledlie, J. H., Gen., commands brigade at himself and is brevetted, 495.

the North Anna, 392, 523; commands divis. Los Vegas, Burnside fights with Indians
ion, 401, 521, selected to lead attack on Pe-

near, 7.
tersburg, 433; ordered to Cemetery Hill, Loudon, Ninth Corps and other troops
434; sends his troops forward, 437; does not at, 326; retreat from, 332.
go himself, 438; is censured by Court of In- Lydig, Philip M., a member of military
quiry, 453; testimony respecting, 457; de- commission, 269; assistant adjutant gen-
fends himself, 458; is relieved, 464.

eral, 514.
Lee, Robert E., Gen., in command of rebel Lynch, W.F. Capt., commands rebel fleet

army of Northern Virginia, defeats Mc- in Croatan Sound, 37; retreats to Eliza-
Clellan, 92; advances northward, 103; beth City, 47.
moves against Pope, 106; intent upon get- Macon, fort, to be reduced, 69; description
ting near Washington, 113; invades Mary- of, 71; is invested, 72; bombarded, 73; sur-
land, 119; is not cordially received, 120, renders, 74.
retires towards Antietam Creek, 121; at Maggi, Col., commands 21st Mass., 41

; l'e-
Antietam, 133; retires across the Potomac,

signs, 60.
157; is not highly successful in Maryland, Mahone, Gen., attacks our troops at Wel-
158; moves to Fredericksburg, 189; his

po- don R. R., 465.
sition in rear of Fredericksburg, 201, 208; Maine gives Bnrnside a public reception,
prepares to defend, 219; declines to attack, 365.
232; is defeated at Gettysburg, 282; moves Maine, 31st, before Petersburg, 409; in Ros-
from the Rappahannock, 291; sends Long-

ter, 525.
street west, 314; attacks Grant in the Wil- Mai'n e, 32d, before Petersburg, 409; in Ros-
derness, 372; is turned, 376; is attacked at ter, 525.
Spottsylvania, 378, 384; at the North Maine, 2d battery, in Roster, 525.
Anna, 392; at Cold Harbor, 397; is obsti- | Maine, 7th battery, in Roster, 525.
nate, 401; telegraphs to Davis the loss of Mallam, Chas, E., assistant adjutant gen-
Petersburg, 485; surrenders to Grant, eral, 514.
486.

Manassas, rebel troops at, 17; evacuated,
Lemert, Wilson C., commands brigade, 69; Jackson at, 109, 110; Pope at, 111.
523.

Mansfield, J. K. F., Gen., commands
Letterman, Dr., opinion of, respecting 12th Corps at Antietam, 137; is killed, 138;
skulkers, 228n.

notice of, 151.
Lewis, Major, killed, 493.

Marshall, E. G., Col., commands provis-
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, Burnside not a sup- ional brigade, 375, 376; commands brigade

porter of, at first, 12; at Fortress Monroe, in the crater, 438; is captured, 449; com-
88; is well disposed toward McClellan, 118; mands brigade, 523.
congratulates McClellan for Burnside's Marye's Heights fortified by Lee, 202;
victory, 132; issues Emancipation Procla- stormed, but not carried, 226.
mation, 159, writes to McClellan, 165; his MARYLAND, THE CAMPAIGN IN, 118.
letter noticed, 177, 183, 185; assents to Maryland, the enemy in, 119; Lee's cam-
Burnside's plan, 184; his address to the paign in, fruitless, 158.
army, 233; stops Burnside's movement, 238; Maryland, 2d, in North Corolina, 84; at
writes to Burnside, 242; interview with second Bull Run, 112; at South Mountain,
Burnside, 246; commutes sentence against 125; at Antietam, 144; before Petersburg,
Vallandigham, 273; telegraphs thanks to 409; in Roster, 530.
Burnside, 312; orders Burnside to Rose Maryland, 3d, veterans in Roster, 530.
crans, 316; issues Proclamation of Thanks- Massachusetts Legislature passes vote
giving for deliverance of E. Tenn., 357; of thanks, 50; gives Burnside a public re-
reviews Ninth Corps, 358; receives Peace ception, 365.
Commissioners, 473; approves Hartranft, Massachusetts, 6th and 8th, at Washi-
479; assassination of, 487.

ington, 14.
Longstreet, Gen., commands corps in Massachusetts, 17th, arrives at New-

rebel army, 111; re-enforces Hill at South bern, 84; in Roster. 533.
Mountain, 125 at Antietam, 136 ; at Massachusetts, 19th and 20th, at Fred-
Fredericksburg, 198, 219, 256; sent West ericksburg, 213.
by Lee, 314; detached to attack Burn- Massachusetts, 21st, in N. C. expedi-
side, 328; is drawn away from Bragg, tion, 21; at the battle of Roanoke Island,
331; crosses the Tennessee, 332; fights at 40. 41, 42; at battle of Newbern, 58, 59, 60;
Lenoir's, 333; and Campbell's, 336: be- its losses, 65; at battle of Camden, 80, 81;
sieges Knoxville, 342; attacks fort Sanders, at second Bull Run, 112; at Antietam, 145;
348; raises the siege, 352; retreats, 353; win- in Kentucky, 253; the dead of, 493; in Ros-
ters in East Tennessee, 358; re-joins Lee, ter, 525.
354; attacks Burnside in the Wilderness, Massachusetts, 23d, in N. C. expedi-
373; is wounded, 375; commands corps at tion, 21; at the battle of Roanoke Island,
Cold Harbor, 398.

42; at battle of Newbern, 58; in Roster, 533.

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Massachusetts, 24th, in N. C. expedi- | McDonald, John E., Dr., sketch of, 500;

tion, 21; at the battle of Roanoke Island, medical director, 515.
44; at battle of Newbern, 56, 57, 58; its McDowell, commands army at Washing-
losses, 65; goes to Washington, N.O., 78; ton, 15; is defeated at Bull Run, 17;
in Roster, 533.

marches against Jackson, 102; is joined by
Massachusetts, 25th, in N. C expedi- Reno, 107; fights at Bull Run, the second

tion, 21; at battle of Roanoke Island, 40; time, 110.

at battle of Newbern, 57; in Roster, 533. McFarland, Capt., 58th Mass., killed, 493.
Massachusetts, 27th, in N. C. expedi- McIntosh, Capt., commands rebel battery

tion, 21; at battle of Roanoke Island, 42; at Fredericksburg, 219.

at battle of Newbern, 58; in Roster, 533. Mc Knight, Charles A., Capt., A. D. C.,
Massachusetts, 28th, in Roster, 526. 518.
Massachusetts, 29th, at fort Sanders, McLaughlin, N. B, Col., commands

349, 351; at fort Stedman, 478; the dead brigade at Hatcher's run, 470, 524; is bre-
of, 493; in Roster, 526.

vetted, 474; is captured at fort Stedman,
Massachusetts, 35th, distinguished at 477.

South Mountain, 125; at Antietam, 145; in McLaws, Gen., commands rebel division
Mississippi, 286; the dead of, 493; in Ros- at Antietam, 136; at Fredericksburg, 256;
ten
.

before Knoxville, 340, 351.
Massachusetts, 36th, in Mississippi, MC Mullen, Capt., commands battery in

282n; in Virginia, 336; before Petersburg, the Ninth Corps, 142, 530.
409; in Roster, 526.

Meade, Geo. G , Gen., opens fight at Anti-
Massachusetts, 56th, in the Wilderness, etam, 137; commands corps, 139; com-

375; in the crater, 449; the dead of, 493; in mands division at Fredericksburg, 210;
· Roster, 526.

makes slow advance, 218; charges gal-
Massachusetts. 57th, before Peters- lantly, 219; is not supported, 220, 221;

burg, 474; at fort Stedman, 477; the dead opinion of, respecting battle, 229; conver-
of, 493; in Roster. 526.

sation between, and Lee, 231 n; super-
Massachusetts, 58th, before Peters- sedes Hooker, 282; Burnside waives ranks

burg, 409; the dead of, 493; in Roster, 526. in favor of, 394; attacks Petersburg, 408;
Massachusetts. 59th, at fort Stedman, unfavorable to mine, but finally sanctions
477; the dead of, 493; in Roster, 526.

it, 422; is punctilious in regard to rank,
Massachusetts, 8th battery,171; in Ros- 425; disapproves Burnside's plan of attack,
ter, 526.

427; does not remember correctly, 431; i is
Massachusetts, 11th battery, in Roster, petulant, 437, and indignant, 444; knows
526.

nothing about the enemy, 447; wishes to
Massachusetts, 14th battery, in Roster, try Burnside, 451; his testimony inconsis-
526.

tent, 455; censured by committee, 461.
Massachusetts Yankees, prejudice Medical Directors, 497, 515.
against, overcome, 263.

Meigs, Gen., visits Burnside, 183; his opin-
Mathews, Joseph A, commands brigade, ion respecting pontons, 192n; spoken of by
524.

Hooker, 196.
Ma u ran, E. C., Gen., arrives at Newbern, Meinis, Dr., died at Roanoke Island, 47.
91.

Merrimac comes out from Norfolk, 53.
McCalmont, Alfred B., Col., commands Michigan, 2d, in Mississippi, 284, 285; in
brigade, 524.

Virginia, 385, 386; at fort Stedman, 477;
McClellan, Geo. B., at West Point, 6; the dead of, 492, in Roster, 531.

commands Army of the Potomac, 20; poli- Michigan, 3d, in East Tennessee, 40.
cy of, inactive, 21; general in chief, 29; - Michigan, 7th, at Fredericksburg, 213.
undertakes campaign on the Peninsula, 31; Michig a n, 8th, in the Wilderness, 375; in
meets with difficulties, 86, 87; is visited by Roster, 531.
Burnside, 90; is defeated, 92; is re-enforced Michigan, 15th, in Roster, 531.
by Burnside, 94; is not on good terms with Michigan, 17th, distinguished at South
Halleck, 101; is visited by Burnside and Mountain, 125; the dead of, 493; in Roster,
Halleck, 104, leaves Peninsula and goes to 531.
Alexandria, 106; begins campaign in Ma- Michigan, 20th, in Mississippi, 289; at fort
ryland, 118; enters Frederick, 121; at South Sanders, 349; before Petersburg, 413; the
Mountain, 127; his opinion of Reno, 131; dead of, 493; in Roster, 531.
marches to Antietam creek, 133; fights the Michigan, 23d, near Loudon, 332.
battle of Antietam, 137; impatient, 144; Michigan, 25th, in Kentucky, 293.
loses public confidence for his conduct at Michigan, 27th, in Mississippi, 282n; in
Antietam, 157; Stuart raids around, 163; is East Tennessee, 359, the dead of, 493; in
ordered to cross the Potomac, 164; Mr. Lin- Roster, 531.

,
coln's letter to, 165; sends his army across Michigan, 11th battery, in East Tennes-
the river, 168; is relieved from command,

see, 354.
169; his slow policy not commended, 176; Michigan, 8th cavalry, charges at Ches-
his disingenuousness, 177n; partizanship ter, 297
for, in Army of the Potomac, 245.

Michigan, 9th cavalry, charges at Ches-
MCOook, R.S., Lieut., commands battery, ter, 297.
56, 58.

Michigan, 1st sharpshooters in Virginia,
McCrea, Lieut., commands flotilla, 205. 413; lose officers, 413; enter Petersburg
McCullom. Capt., killed, 493. [23n. and raise the flag on court house, 486; in
McDiarmid, Master, commands gunboat,

Roster, 531.

mac, 53.

Middletown, Reno at, 122.

Island, 37; makes a brilliant fight off Eliza-
Miles, Col., in command at Harper's Ferry, beth City, 48; goes to Newbern, 55; bom-
121; surrenders, 122.

bards Fort Macon, 74.
Mine, a, projected by Lieut. Col. Pleasants, Neill, E. M. Maj., goes to Washington,

421; the construction of, commenced, 422; 179; assistant adjutant general, 514.
account of, by Col. Pleasants, 423; unpro- New Hampshire 2d, at Bull Run, 15.
vided with proper fuses, 436; exploded, New Hampshire 6th, in N. C. Expedi-
437; produces an immense cráter, 437. tion, 22; at Hatteras Island, 36; garrisons
MINE, THE, 418.

Roanoke, 51; a portion of at Elizabeth City,
Minnesota, frigate, disabled by Merri- 80; at battle of Camden, 80, 81, at second

Bull Run, 112, at South Mountain, 125; at
Minty, Col., commands cavalry in Ten- Antietam bridge, 144; in Mississippi, 281;
nessee, 311.

before Petersburg, 409; in Roster, 525.
MISSISSIPPI, CAMPAIGN IN, 279.

New Hampshire 9th, notice of, preface,
Mississippi brigade opposes building V.; before Petersburg, 409: in Roster, 525.

bridges at Fredericksburg, 212, 213. New Hampshire 10th, in Roster, 525.
Mississippi, Ninth Corps arrives in, 280, New Hampshire 11th, is distinguished
departs from, 287.

at Fredericksburg, 224; before Petersburg,
Mississippi, 17th, annihilated in attack 409; in Roster, 525.
on fort Sanders, 349n; 13th, 17th, 21st, 22d New Hampshire 13th, in Roster, 525.
and 23d attack fort Sanders, 351.

New Jersey 9th, in N. C. Expedition,
Mix, J. H, Colonel of 3d N. Y. cavalry, 84; 22; two officers of, drowned, 25; men of,
is active in his operations, 88, 89.

at Roanoke Island, 39, 47; at Newbern, 58;
Monitor punishes Merrimac, 53.

a portion of, at Elizabeth City, 80; in Ros-
Monroe, John A., chief of artillery, 525.

ter, 533.
Moody, Major, killed, 493.

New Jersey 25th, in Roster, 528.
Moor, Augustus, Col., taken prisoner, 121; New Jersey 27th in Roster, 528.
commands brigade, 522.

New Jersey 3d cavalry, joins Ferrero's
Moore, Orlando H., Col., defeats Morgan command, 419; in Roster, 529.
at Tebbs' Bend, 293.

Mew Mexico, Burnside in, 9.
Morehea d City to be occupied, 69; occu- New Orleans, Burnside at, 11; to be
pied, 71.

captured and occupied, 31.
MORGAN'S JOHN, RAID, 291.

New York, Burnside at, 13; Mayor of is-
Morgan crosses the Cumberland, 293; at- sues proclamation of congratulation, 50.

tacks Moore and is repulsed, 293; attacks New York 7th, at Washington, 14.
Lebanon, 294; crosses the Ohio, 295; is New York 9th, at Hatteras Island, 32;
brought to bay at Chester, 296; is pursued joins in the movement upon Roanoke, 36;
through southern Ohio, 298; is captured, at Roanoke, 42; makes a brilliant charge,
299; is imprisoned by Halleck's order, 299. 43; garrisons Roanoke, 51; at battle of
Morell, Gen., commands division at Anti- Camden, 80, 81; at Antietam, 148; in Ros-

etam, 156; commands on upper Potomac, ter, 527; howitzers of, in Roster, 528.
205.

New York 46th, loses its commander,
Morley, N. B., Capt., commands gunboat, 413; in Roster, 527.
22n.

New York 50th, rowed ponton boats
Morris, John A., quartermaster, 519.

across the Rappahannok, 213.
Morris, L. 0. Liêut., a staff officer, 65; New York 51st, in N C. Expedition, 22;
commands battery, 73,533.

charges at Roanoke, 43; men of, plant flag
Morrison, David Col., commands brig- on N.C. coast, 56; at Newbern, 58; charges

ade in E. Tennessee, 333, 523; at Knoxville, bridge at Antietam, 145; at Fredericks-
343 n.

burg, 223; in Roster, 527.
Morton, Governor of Indiana, 295. New York 53d, in N. C. Expedition, 22;
Morton, J. St. C. Maj., displays gallantry returns to Annapolis, 36.

at the North Anna, 392; killed before Pe- New York 71st, at Bull Run, 15.

tersburg, 415; sketch of, 415; engineer, 516. New York 79th, Stevens in command of,
Motley Miss, marries Capt. Ives, 494. 116; in Fort Sanders, 348; in Roster, 527.
Mott Colonel, fights enemy near Kings- New York 89th in Ń. C. Expedition, 22;
ton, 346.

at battle of Camden, 80, 81; crosses the
Mott, General, commands brigade at the Rappahannock, 213; in Roster, 527.

North Anna, 392; testifies before Court of New York 103d, re-enforces troops in
Inquiry, 455.

North Carolina, 84; in Roster, 527.
Mowry, Lieut., deposes respecting Fer- New York 109th, in Roster, 528.
rero, 459.

New York 163d, at Fredericksburg, 224.
Muhlenburg, Lieut., commands battery New York 179th, in Roster, 528.
in Ninth Corps, 142, 532.

New York 186th, in Roster, 528.
Murray Lieut., commands gunboat, 22 n.; New York 1st artillery, battery D, in
goes to Edenton, 49,

Roster, 528.
Nagle, Jas. Col., commands brigade, 84, New York 2d artillery, battery L, in
171, 223, 522.

Roster, 528.
Nag's Head, noticed, 34; rebels attempt New York 2d battery, in Roster, 533.
to retreat to, 44.

New York 4th battery in Roster, 528.
Names, grotesque, of rebel troops, 33. New York 6th battery, in Roster, 528.
Navy, co-operates with Burnside, 22; as- New York 19th battery in Roster, 528.

sists in the storm, 26; attacks Roanoke New York 27th battery in Roster, 528.

New York 34th battery, in Roster, 528. Cold Harbor, 397, 400; crosses the James,
New York 3d cavalry, in North Carolina, 408; before Petersburg, 409-417; enemy
84; in Roster, 533.

spiteful against, 420; in attack on Peters-
New York 5th cavalry, joins Ferrero's burg, July 30, 1864, 430–450; Parke com-
command, 419; in Roster, 528.

mands, 464; at the Weldon R. R., 465; at
New York 6th cavalry, in Roster, 528. Poplar Spring church, 467; at Peebles
New York 24th cavalry, losses in 413; in farm, 468; at Hatcher's run, 469, 470; be-
Roster, 528.

fore Petersburg, 471; Peace Commissioners
New York 14th heavy artillery in Fort pass through the lines of, 473; attacked by
Stedman, 477; in Roster, 528.

enemy near fort Stedman, 476-478; assaults
New York marine artillery, in N; C. Ex- Petersburg, 482-486; enters Petersburg, 486;
pedition, 23; in Roster, 533.

guards the rear of pursuing army, 486
New York 2d rifles, before Petersburg, sorrow of, for murder of Mr. Lincoln, 487
409; in Roster, 528.

goes to Alexandria, 487; is reviewed and
New York rocket battalion in Roster, disbanded, 488; an honorable work of,
533.

closed, 489; nameless graves of its soldiers,
NEWBERN AND FORT MACON, 51; to be 491; its noble dead, 492, 493; medical offi-
reduced, 30.

cers of, 497; chaplains of, 502; private sol-
Newbern, to be occupied, 30; defences diers of, 504; Roster of, 513.

of, 54; battle of, 58; is occupied, 63; con- Noble, Adj't killed, 492.
siderations of battle of, 63; fortified, 69; | Norfolk threatened in rear by movement
affairs at demand supervision, 76; troops upon Roanoke, 34; by movement on
from go to Camden, 80, return to, 83; Camden, 83; occupied, 88.
review of troops at, 91; Burnside departs North Anna, operations at the, 391–395.
from, 94.

North Carolina, coast of, to be occu-
Newport News, Ninth Corps at, 104, pied, 21, 39; department of, organized, 32;
253.

8th volunteers at Roanoke, 35; troops cap-
Newton, John Gen., commands division tured at Roanoke Island, 45; 25th captured
at Fredericksburg, 210, 219.

at Newbern, 68; NORTH CAROLINA, THE
Niles, Capt., killed, 493.

DEPARTMENT OF, 76; the pacification of,
NINTH CORPS, THE, fortunate in its officers, attempted, 89; military governor of, ap-

3; THE ORGANIZATION OF, 101; organiza- pointed, 89; Burnside gives up command
tion of, ordered, 104; at Newport News, of, 94; Foster succeeds to command of, 94;
104; at Fredericksburg, 105; with Pope, good feeling existing in, 97; loyal troops
106; Reno commands, 107; on the Rappa- of, capture Warm Springs, 426; Burnside
hannock, 108; at Manassas, 110; in second wishes to go to, again, 366; importance of
Bull Run, 112; at Chantilly, 113; at South operations in, 404.
Mountain, 124; gallant advance of, 127; Cox NORTH CAROLINA, THE EXPEDITION TO, 1.
commands, 132; on the left at Antietam, Nott, Eliphalet, D.D. Rev., grandfather of
133, 136; ordered to cross bridge and occu- Potter, 318.
py ground beyond, 141; carries bridge and O'Connell, P. A., medical director, 516.
nearly reaches Sharpsburg, 146; pressed by Ogden, Morgan L., Lieut., commissary of
enemy, 147; not re-enforced but holds its musters, 520.
ground, 148; losses of, 152, 255; in Pleasant Ohio, Morgan's invasion of, 296; loyal peo-
valley,160; Willcox commands, 162; at Wa- ple of, turn out to stop Morgan, 295, 299;
terloo, 169; organization of, 171; divisions Tod Governor of, 295; Cox elected Gov-
of, 211; at Fredericksburg, 223, 227; Sedg- ernor of, 489.
wick commands, 249; Smith commands, Ohio, 11th, 12th, 230, 28th, 20th and 36th,
250; Parke commands, 251; goes west, 263; compose the Kanawha division, 161,
operates in Kentucky, 264-277; leaves Ken- Ohio, 11th, its dead, 161; in Roster, 530.
tucky and goes to Mississippi, 279; operates Ohio, 12th, at Antietam, 148; its dead, 161;
in Mississippi, 279-287; in rear of Grant's in Roster, 530.
army, 281; marches to Jackson, 282; enters Ohio, 14th, in Roster, 530.
Jackson, 286; returns to the Mississippi, Ohio, 23d, at Antietam, 148; its dead, 161;
complimented by Grant, and returns to in Roster, 530.
Kentucky, 287; hardships and sufferings of, Ohio, 28th, in Roster, 530.
288; recuperation in Kentucky, 316; mar- Ohio, 30th, charges into Frederick, 121; at
ches to Last Tennessee, 317; Potter com- Antietam, 142; in Roster, 530.
mands, 317; at Blue Springs, 325; at Ohio, 36th, its dead, 161; in Roster, 530.
Knoxville, 328; at Lenoir's, 332; at Camp-Ohio, 45th, pursue Morgan, 298; in East
bell's station, 334; at siege of Knoxville, Tennessee, 339, 340.
343-351; Willcox commands, 358; destitu- Ohio, 60th, in Roster, 530.
tion of 359; heroic in endurance as in Ohio, 86th, in Roster, 530.
action, 350; Burnside commands, 365; to Ohio, 129th, in Roster, 530.
be moved East and recruited, 365; goes to Ohio, 2d, cavalry charges upon Morgan,
Annapolis, 367; is re-organized, 367; 297; in Virginia, 377, 419; in Roster, 531.
marches through Washington, 368; re-en-Ohio 4th independent battalion cavalry, in
forces army of the Potomac, 372; in the Roster, 531.
Wilderness, 373; at Spottsylvania, 376, 377, Ohio, 7th cavalry charges upon Morgan,
378, 383, 385; losses of, 379, 387, 403; marches 297.
to the North Anna, 389; at the North Anna, Ohio independent company cavalry, in
391; incorporated with Army of the Poto- Roster, 531.
mac, 394; crosses the Pamunkey, 395; at Ohio lst light battery, in Roster, 530.

Ohio 21st light battery, in East Tennessee, Pennsylvania, 48th, at Hatteras island,
355.

36; at second Bull Run, 112; before leters-
Ohio 22d light battery, in Roster, 531. burg, 409; constructs mine, 422; in Roster,
Ohio 23d light battery, in Roster, 531.

529.
Ohio, the Army of the, commanded by Pennsylvania, 50th, in Roster. 529.

Burnside, 309; Burnside retained by Grant Pennsylvania, 51st in N. C. expedition,
in command of, 328.

22; at Roanoke island, 42; garrisons Roa-
OHIO, THE DEPARTMENT OF THE, 261; Burn- noke island, 51; in battle of Newbern, 59

sidé in command of, 261; Foster in cam- in battle of Camden, 80, 82; at second Bull

mand of, 355; Ord in command of, 488. Run, 112; at Antietam, 144; in Roster, 529.
Ord, E. 0.0., Gen., commands forces in Pennsylvania, 75th, in Roster, 529.

Mississippi, 282; at 'the attack of July 30, Pennsylvania, 84th, at Fredericksburg,
on Petersburg 434, 435, 440, 441, 446, 448; 224.
examined by court of inquiry, 454; com- Pennsylvania, 100th, Colonel Leasure
mands department of the Ohio, 488.

of, commands division, 302, at fort Sted-
Order No. 38, issue of, 265; effect of, 266. man, 478; in Roster, 529.
Ordnance Officers, 516.

Pennsylvania, 110th, at Fredericks-
ORGANIZATION OF NINTH CORPS, 101.

burg, 224.
Osborn, Mr. W. H. of Chicago, befriends Pennsylvania, 211th, in battle of fort
Burnside. 10.

Stedman, 478; in Roster, 529.
Osborne, F. A., Lieut. Col., sent to Eliz- Pennsylvania, 200th 205th, 207th. 208th,

abeth City, 52; at Tranter's creek, 90. 209th 211th, in assault on Petersburg, 483;
OVER THE MOUNTAINS, 302.

in Roster, 529.
Paine. W. H., assistant surgeon, died, 289. Pennsylvania, battery B, light artillery,
Pamlico Sound, commanded by our in Roster, 530.
fleet, 24, 32, 55.

Pennsylvania, battery D, light artillery,
Park, M. 1., Capt. commissary of subsis- in Roster, 530.
tence, 520.

Pennsylvania, 13th cavalry, in Roster,
Park, Maj., killed. 493.

529.
Parke. John B., Capt. A. D. C., 517. Pennsylvania, 2d heavy artillery, at the
PARKE, JOHN.G., at West Point, 6; com- crater, 438; in Roster, 529.

mands brigade in N. C. expedition, 22; in PETERSBURG IN FRONT OF, 405.
battle of Roanoke Island, 42, 43; fort Petersburg, importance of occupying
named for, 45; in battle of Newbern, 57; mentioned by Burnside, 93, 102; Grant's
invests fort Macon, 71; bombards fort Ma- attacks upon, unsuccessful, 405; opera-
con. 73; compels its surrender, 74; is pro- tions against, 409, 486; surrender of, 486.
moted, 75; in command of division, 84, 104, Phillips, Capt., commands battery. 224.
520; chief of staff of the Army of the Poto- Phillips house, description of, 205; Burn-
mac, 171; in command of Ninth Corps, 251, side's headquarters at, 206.
514; sketch of, 251: goes to Mississippi, 279; Pierce, E.W. Col., commands brigade,
reports to Grant, 280; marches to Jackson, 523.
282; returns to Cairo, 288; in command at Pierce, Henry R. Lieut., killed at New-
Knoxville, 332; chief of staff of Ninth bern, 66.
Corps, 367; in command of Corps, 464; re- Pleasants, Henry Lieut. Col., conceives
enforces Warren, 465; moves to Pegram plan of mine, 421; begins the construction
house, 467; in front of Petersburg, 475; of mine, 422; his account of the work,
commands Army of the Potomac, 479, 480 423; explodes the mine, 437; commended
assaults Petersburg, 483, 484, 485; in de- by Meade, 450n.; commands brigade, 523.
partment of the East. 488; returns to corps Pleasonton Gen., in command of cavalry,
of engineers, 489.

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122, 132, 150.
Patrick, Gen., Provost Marshal General, Poe, 0. M. Col., Burnside's chief engineer,

at Knoxville, 331; fortifies Knoxville, 338,
Pearson, Lt. Col. killed, 393.

342, 347; in Roster.
Peebles farm, affair at, 467.

Pollard, his history noticed, 147, 158.
Pegram, a rebel raider, 288.

PONTONS, THE, 190.
Pegram commands rebel battery at Fred- Pope, John Gen., commands Army of
ericksburg, 219.

Virginia, 103; is pressed by Lee, 104; em-
Pegram farm, affair at, 467, 468.

barrassed by Jackson, 104; complains of
Pemberton surrenders to Grant, 281. Porter and others, 107; commends Reno,
Pell, Duncan A., Lieut., A. D. C., 21, 517; 107; attacked at Manassas, 109, 110, 111;

makes a daring reconnaissance, 65; taken falls back to Centreville, 113, to Fairfax,
prisoner, 109n, 329n, distinguishes himself 114, to Washington, 115; is relieved of
and is brevetted, 495; private in 1st Rhode command, 116.
Island, 505.

Pope Lieut., killed, 493.
Pennebacker, Col., commands brigade Poplar Spring Church, battle near, 467.
in East Tennessee, 339.

Porter, Admiral, bombards Fort Fisher,
Pennell, Lieut. of colored troops, bravery 475.
of, 443.

Porter, B. H., midshipman at Roanoke,
Pennsylvania, 8th, Lieut. Fricker of, 39, 40, 47.
49.

Porter, Fitz John, at West Point, 6; is
Pennsylvania, 45th, in Mississippi, complained of. by Pope, 107; moves up

282 n, 283, 285; Welsh Colonel of, 289, be- slowly, 111; up at last, and in the fight, 112;
fore Petersburg, 409; in Roster, 529.

at Antietam, 134, 149.

211.

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