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A

Abolitionists, i 80, 81–2, 84–6, 88–9, 93, 98, 102.
Abolitionists, Southern, i 82, 85, 88
Adour, passage of river, ii 491
Agincourt, battle of, ii 164
Albuera, battle of, ii 148
Alexander, General, U.S.A., ii 177
Allan, Colonel W., C.S.A., i 274, 309, 352; ii 9, 125
Alvinzi, General, i 419
American soldier (see also Northern and Southern soldier), i 106; ii 342, 345–8, 381
American volunteer, i 33, 48–9; ii 109, 169, 354, 373
Anderson, Colonel G. T., C.S.A., ii 250, 252, 254, 255, 271
Anderson, General R. H., C.S.A., ii 138, 162, 166, 208, 213, 234, 238, 242–3, 254, 257, 272, 329, 412–3, 416, 419–21, 432–5, 445, 459–60, 462–4, 467
Anglo-Saxon race, i 93; ii 339–40, 355
Antietam. (See Sharpsburg)
Archduke Charles of Austria, quoted, i 406
Archer, General, C.S.A., ii 95–6, 153, 159, 271, 309–10, 316–8, 434, 436
Armament. (See under Tactics, Arms)
Armies and soldiers, regular, i 48–9, 114, 133, 137, 147, 169, 220–2, 227, 427, 429–30; 32–3, 180–1, 360, 362–3, 373
Armies, Northern, i 105, 110–11, 120, 124, 157, 172, 208, 222; ii 339, 345–6, 378, 396–7
Armies, Southern, i 115, 208; 339, 397, 494
Armies, Western. (See Western). Armistead, General, C.S.A., ii 61–3, 253, 272
Army, Austrian, i 110; ii 466
Army, English, i 208, 427; ii 340, 355–6, 468
Army, French, i 110, 221, 419; ii 338, 356, 362, 372–3, 491
Army, German, i 256, 426, 427; ii 21–2, 24, 278, 342, 355, 356
Army, Mexican, i 26, 30, 34, 35, 44–5
Army of Mexico (U.S.), i 48–9
Army of Northern Virginia (strength, etc.), i 172, 174, 232, 271, 389; ii 13, 72, 74, 111–2, 118, 123–4, 165–6, 168, 196, 208, 225, 228–30, 235–6, 242, 267, 271–2, 274–5, 280, 289, 294, 296, 303, 308, 331, 338, 341–4, 347–60, 370–1, 382, 386–7, 398–9, 406, 412–3, 440, 467–8, 487
Army of Prussia, i 110; 338
Army of the Potomac (strength, etc.), i 202, 213, 216, 218, 231, 235, 250, 252, 265, 389; ii 2, 3, 9, 30, 43, 46, 72, 75, 84, 122, 124, 167, 198, 213, 228–31, 243, 267, 272–5, 278–9, 294–5, 299, 300, 314, 327, 329, 331–2, 337, 339, 341–4, 381, 401, 410–2, 466–8
Army of the Rappahannook, Federal, under McDowell (strength, etc.) i 292, 293–4, 304, 355–6, 386
Army of the Shenandoah, Confederate, i 123, 167
Army of the Shenandoah, Federal, under Banks (strength, etc.), i 213–4, 224–6, 269, 293–4, 316–7, 355–6, 447
Army of the Valley (strength, etc.), i 219–25, 228, 235, 253–5, 260, 274, 284, 304, 309–13, 333, 349, 355–6, 371, 373–4, 385, 419, 424–5, 434, 437–8; ii 3, 9, 17–18, 20, 26, 29–30, 34, 68, 79, 83, 85–6, 97, 102, 109, 111, 119, 126–7, 152–3, 160, 164, 169, 178, 247, 268
Army of Virginia, Federal, under Pope, (strength, etc.), i 401; ii 78, 97, 100, 103, 113, 116, 122–3, 124, 132, 135, 151, 165–6, 171, 176
Army of Western Virginia, Federal, under Rosecrans and Frιmont, (strength, etc.), i 186, 188, 205, 213, 217, 269, 275, 293–4, 295, 303, 355–6, 446
Army, United States (strength, etc.), (see also Officers), i 24–5, 33, 58, 104–5, 111, 120; ii 30, 33, 36–7, 59, 180
Ashby, General Turner, C.S.A., i 178, 220, 222–5, 227–8, 230, 236–9, 241–2, 246, 259, 264, 265–6, 268–70, 273–4, 284, 288, 291, 303, 309, 320–2, 328–9, 331–4, 342, 345, 350–2, 354, 355–6, 359, 360–3, 368, 431, 436, 446; ii 189, 286
Aspern, battle of, ii 277, 493
Assaye, battle of, ii 491
Atkinson, General, C.S.A., ii 319–20
Aulic Council, i 419
Austerlitz, battle of, i 59, 418, 423; ii 187–8, 395, 426
Averell, General, U.S.A., ii 46, 293, 438, 457

B

Badajos, siege of, ii 490
Balloons, ii 307, 418–9, 425, 480
Banks, General N. P., U.S.A. (see also Army of the Shenandoah), i 184, 189, 196, 202, 2113, 216, 218–9, 224–8, 230–2, 235, 247–8, 251–2, 259–60, 263–72, 274–8, 280–4, 287–94, 297, 301–3, 311, 314–7, 321, 323–30, 333–4, 336, 342–4, 347–50, 355–6, 372, 392, 398, 400–1, 405, 408, 411–3, 415, 426, 427, 429–30, 432–3, 441, 447; ii 75, 79, 82, 84, 86, 90, 92, 97, 100–3, 116, 140, 169–70, 182–3, 199, 205, 247, 273, 285, 295, 334, 341, 345, 370, 392–3, 485
“Barbara Fritchie,” i 65
Barksdale, General, C.S.A., ii 259, 271, 306–7
Barlow, General, U.S.A., ii 434, 439
Barossa, battle of, i 254
Bartow, General, C.S.A., i 135, 141–3, 145–6, 150, 160
Bath, skirmish near, i 190
Bautzen, battle of, ii 19, 192
Bayard, General, U.S.A., i 344, 352, 354, 355–6, 359, 446; ii 79, 83, 87–8, 92, 165–6, 180
Beaulieu, General, i 413, 419
Beauregard, General, C.S.A., i 38, 50, 124, 131–3, 136, 141, 147, 151–2, 156, 159–60, 165, 175–6, 201; ii 15
Beaver Dam Creek, Virginia, engagement at, ii 16
Bee, General, C.S.A., i 135, 141–7, 150, 151, 160
Belle Boyd, i 327
Benjamin, Hon. J. P., i 178, 184, 187, 199, 200–201, 203–6, 209–10, 273
Berry, General, U.S.A., ii 427, 440, 447, 450, 456
Bidassoa, passage of river, ii 491
Bigelow, Captain, U.S.A., i 423
Birney, General, U.S.A., ii 316, 318–9, 328
“Black Republicans,” i 81, 86, 96, 102
Blenker, General, U.S.A., i 248, 260, 266, 277, 295, 302, 364, 373–4, 379, 415
Blockade, i 112–3, 124, 213; ii 108, 207, 334, 405
Blόcher, Field-Marshal, i 75–6, 259
Bonham, General, C.S.A., i 142, 150
Boots, i 222, 312, 428; ii 203, 205, 209, 235, 349, 350, 353, 382
Borcke, Major Eeros von, C.S.A., ii 282–3
Boswell, Captain J. K., C.S.A., ii 125–6, 449, 455, 465
Boteler, Hon. R., Colonel, C.S.A., i 272, 348, ii 77, 202
Boteler’s Ford, engagement at, 239, ii 472–3
Braddock, General, i 227
Branch, General, C.S.A., i 311, 411, ii 13, 15, 20, 21, 95–6, 153, 157, 161, 271, 366–7
Brandy Station, battle of, ii 112
Bridges, i 266, 359, 361, 364, 378, 381, 387; ii 7–8, 12, 17, 20, 27, 44, 49, 50, 52, 119, 121, 136, 240, 301, 306–7, 409, 415, 417, 424
Bristoe Station, Virginia, engagement at, ii 133, 136
Brown, Colonel, C.S.A., ii 280, 434
Brown, John, i 76
Buchanan, President, i 97, 226
Buena Vista, battle of, i 30
Buford, General, U.S.A., ii 79, 83, 87, 106, 139, 165–6, 171, 180
Bull Run, battle of. (See Manassas)
Bunker’s Hill, battle of, 1776, i 106
Burks, Colonel, C.S.A., i 220, 240, 262, 264
Burns, General, U.S.A., ii 328
Burnside, General A. E., U.S.A., ii 73, 79, 84, 103, 106, 111, 113, 117, 187, 243, 258, 299–301, 303, 306–7, 320, 324–5, 329, 333, 336–7, 342, 405, 410, 488
Busaco, battle of, ii 191, 228, 330
Butterfield, General, U.S.A., ii 419, 428, 438


C

Cadets, Military Institute, i 56, 58–60, 62–3, 98–9, 104, 295
Cadets, West Point, i 12–20, 22, 55
Cζsar, i 75, 409; ii 338
Campbell, Colonel, U.S.A., i 309, 332; ii 91–2
Camp Lee, Virginia, i 104
Cannζ battle of, ii 332
Carrington, Captain, C.S.A., i 369–70
Carroll, General, U.S.A., 371
Catholic Church, i 53
Cavaliers, the English, i 2, 83
Cedar Run, Virginia, battle of, ii Chap. XV, 109, 186, 235, 247, 279, 287, 342, 370, 375, 484–5
Cedarviile, Virginia, cavalry engagement near, i 319–20
Cerro Gordo, battle of, i 30–2, 35, 38, 45
Chancellorsville, battle of, i 423, 433; ii Chap. XXIII, Chap. XXIV, 187, 370, 485, 487, 490, 491
Chantilly or Ox Hill, engagement at, ii 183–5, 287
Chaplains, i  ii 399
Chapultepec, battle of, i 40–3, 45–6, 50, 64
Chew, Captain, C.S.A., i 220; ii 375
Churubusco, battle of, i 38–9, 50
Ciudad Rodrigo, siege of, ii 490
Clausewitz, General, i 407; ii 196
Clyde, Field-Marshal Lord, ii 355
Cobb, General, C.S.A., ii 226, 271, 448
Coercion, i 93–7, 101–2
Cold Harbour, battle of. (See Gaines’ Mill)
Cold Harbour, second battle of, 1864, ii 228
Colli, General, i 413, 418, Colquitt, General, C.S.A., ii 271, 441, 444
Colston, General, C.S.A., ii 412, 441, 447–9, 455, 460, 467
Columbia, district of, i 108–9
Command, selections for, i 226; ii 300, 344–5
Command, system of, ii 342–4
Comte de Paris, ii 215, 223
Confederacy, the resources of, i 111–2; ii 205
Confederate territory, i 108–9
Conscription Act, Southern, i 273, 303
Conscripts, ii 348
Contreras, battle of, i 36–7, 39, 64
Cooke, Colonel, C.S.A., i 348
Cooking, i 222; ii 349
Corbin, ii 364, 383
Cornwallis, Lord, i 278
Cortez, i 26, 28, 35, 43
Couch, General, U.S.A., ii 267
Council of War, i 37
Cox, General, U.S.A., i 314; ii 85
Crampton’s Gap, engagement at, ii 224–6
Crawford, General, U.S.A., ii 247–8
Creηy, battle of, ii 340
Crimean campaign, i 171, 208, 226, 422
Cromwell, i 64, 73, 83, 101, 108, 412, 443; ii 494
Cross Keys, battle of, i Chap. XI, 405, 408, 412, 423, 424, 427, 443, 446; ii 200, 484–5
Crown Prince of Prussia, ii 278
Crutchfield, Cal. S., C.S.A., i 369; ii 50, 57, 222, 449, 453–4
Cunningham, Cal., C.S.A., ii 26, 35
Cutts, Colonel, C.S.A., ii 249


D

Dabney, Reverend Dr., Major, C.S.A., i 181, 206, 253, 255, 274, 276, 286, 295, 298, 300, 303, 309, 322, 333, 379, 381, 385, 395, 417, 429, 440, 442; ii 17, 21, 23, 33–4, 67, 69, 71, 77, 89, 164, 212, 313, 368–9, 385–7, 472–3
Davis, President, i 79, 131, 172–6, 186, 201, 203, 207–8, 210, 215, 218–9, 226, 280, 289, 294, 302, 305, 310, 388, 409, 428; ii 69, 77–8, 122, 207, 274–6, 280, 303, 331, 333, 336, 345, 382, 396, 404, 488–9
D’Erlon, Count, ii 59
Desaix, General, i 111
Deserters, i 290; ii 111, 275–6, 356, 364, 366, 385, 411, 425
Discipline (see also Straggling), i 16–8, 45, 48–9, 64, 104, 106, 111, 117–8, 152–3, 161–2, 169, 179, 193–5, 197, 208–9, 212, 214, 221, 223, 252–4, 273, 362; ii 36, 75, 188, 204, 209, 276, 350, 353, 355, 357–63, 411
Doles, General, C.S.A., ii 441, 443
Donnelly, General, U.S.A., i 338, 341, 447
Doubleday, General, U.S.A., ii 146, 245, 246, 316, 318, 328
Douglas, Cal. H. K., C.S.A., ii 210, 214, 223
Douro, passage of river, ii 490
Drayton, General, C.S.A., ii 272
Dresden, campaign of, i 418
Dress, i 63, 105, 115, 129, 221–2; ii 205, 209, 282, 351, 353


E

Early, General Jubal A., C.S.A., i 152, ii 93–6, 101, 118–22, 145, 148, 153–4, 157, 161–2, 165, 249, 251, 254, 269–71, 303, 306, 308, 310, 318–20, 329, 412, 416, 462–3, 467
Earthworks and intrenchments (see also under Tactics), i 30–1, 35–40, 106, 158, 170, 232, 233, 278, 307, 308, 388, 391; ii 9, 14–6, 18–9, 112, 182–3, 200, 305, 325, 327, 347
Eckmόhl, campaign of, i 418
Edict of Emancipation, ii 289–90, 335, 411
Elk Run Valley, position in, ii 199
Elzey, General, C.S.A., i 151, 309, 337, 339–40, 443
Episcopal Church, i 55
Eugθne, Prince, i 409
Evans, General N. G., C.S.A., i 142–4, 146–7, 151, 160, 172; ii 178, 208, 242, 258, 491
Ewell, General R. S., C.S.A., i 25, 50, 274, 276–7, 280–4, 288, 290, 294, 302–3, 314–5, 327–30, 332, 334, 337–9, 341, 343, 345, 351, 355, 359, 365, 367–8, 372, 374–7, 380–3, 391, 393, 400, 415, 427, 431, 433, 438–41; ii 18, 21, 26, 32–5, 38, 42, 44, 61, 64–5, 85, 87–8, 90–1, 94–6, 104–5, 125–6, 129, 131, 133, 136–7, 139, 141, 144–5, 147, 149, 155, 204, 208, 210, 242, 271, 280, 287–8, 303
Eylau, battle of, i 259; ii 19


F

Fair Oaks, Virginia, battle of. (See Seven Pines)
Falling Waters, Va., engagement at, i 128–30, 165
Field exercises, ii 412
Field, General, U.S.A., i 280, 282; ii 95, 97, 153, 158–9, 161, 164, 271, 309
Flodden, battle of, ii 332
Flournoy, Colonel, U.S.A., i 310, 320, 342
“Fog of War, the”, ii 194–5
Forno, Colonel, C.S.A., ii 145, 148, 153, 159, 164
Forrest, General, U.S.A., i 333
Fortifications, i 16, 30, 35, 39, 40, 125, 158, 213, 233, 250, 389; ii 185, 198–9, 305, 347, 350, 383, 408, 430–1, 480
Fortresses, i 28–9, 40, 109, 125; ii 199
Fox-hunting, i 9, 161
Franklin, General, W. B., U.S.A., ii 54, 56–7, 138, 170, 182, 186, 224–5, 229, 233, 243, 272, 313–6, 320–2, 324, 328
Frayser's Farm, Virginia, battle of, i chapter xiv; ii 279, 486
Frederick the Great, i 75, 173, 227, 404, 409, 410, 414, 419, 441; ii 338, 497
Fredericksburg, battle of, ii chapter xx, 109, 370, 484
Frιmont, General John C., U.S.A., i 213, 248, 250, 269, 271–2, 275, 277, 280, 293–5, 301–3, 314, 344–6, 348–54, 355–6, 359–61, 363, 365, 367–8, 372–3, 375–6, 379, 381, 384, 386, 391–3, 398–401, 404–5, 408, 412–3, 415, 423–4, 426, 429, 431–2, 434, 442, 446; ii 19, 75, 155, 199, 342–3, 345, 393, 484–5
French, General, U.S.A., ii 40, 43, 251, 257, 328
Front Royal, engagement at, i chapter x, 337–8, 405, 412, 447; ii 392–3
Fuentes d'Onor, battle of, ii 228, 330
Fulkerson, Colonel, C.S.A., i 220, 240–1, 243, 262; ii 26, 35
Funsten, Colonel, U.S.A., i 237


G

Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, battle of, ii chapter xiii, 201, 228, 279, 341, 348
Garland, General, C.S.A., ii 271
Garnett, General, C.S.A., i 190, 194, 220, 229, 243–5, 253, 255, 257; ii 175, 272, 370, 487
Garnett, Lieut.-Colonel, C.S.A., ii 92, 94, 104
Geary, General, U.S.A., i 316, 321, 350, 355–6, 424, 447
German soldiers in America, i 352, 373, 375; ii 155, 339, 466
Getty, General, U.S.A., ii 328
Gettysburg, battle of, i 169, 254, 433; ii 278, 469, 487–8
Gibbon, General John, U.S.A., ii 146–8, 244–6, 316–9, 325, 328
Gneisenau, i 75
Gordon, General G. H., U.S.A., i 264, 266, 270, 323–5, 329, 334, 338–9, 447; ii 115, 134, 247–8, 252, 275
Gordon, General J. B., C.S.A., ii 396, 486
Graham, Rev. Dr., i 199, 212, 229–30, 258
Grant, General Ulysses S., U.S.A., i 26, 44–5, 48–50, 58, 87, 208, 255, 276, 433; ii 188, 223, 228, 371, 479, 485, 487, 489, 490
Gravelotte, battle of, i 259; ii 21–2, 24, 71, 356
Green, General, C.S.A., i 333
Greene, General, U.S.A., ii 247–9, 251
Gregg, General, C.S.A., ii 90, 153, 156–7, 161, 164, 271, 309, 317–8, 325–6
Griffin, General, U.S.A., ii 328
Grigsby, Colonel, C.S.A., i 303; ii 247, 249, 251
Grouchy, Marshal, ii 59, 260
Grover, General, U.S.A., ii 159
Groveton, battle of, ii chapter xvi, 279, 287, 468, 490, 491
Guerillas, i 44, 45–6; ii 82
Guinaldo, 1812, ii 492
Gustavus Adolphus, i 409


H

Halleck, General, U.S.A., ii 83–5, 100, 103, 107, 113, 131, 133, 182–3, 185, 211, 226, 289, 299
Hampden, ii 495, 498
Hampton, General Wade, C.S.A., i 143–4, 150–1, 160, 333; ii 122, 167, 205, 208, 242–3, 291, 294, 331, 336, 337, 414
Hancock, General W. S., U.S.A., ii 328
Hancock, skirmish near, i 191
Hannibal, i 75, 409; ii 11, 196, 338
Hanover Court House, Virginia, engagement at, ii 4
Harman, Colonel W. A., C.S.A., i 253; ii 268 Harman, Major, C.S.A., i 182, 228
Harper's Ferry, investment of, ii chapter xviii, 280, 288, 376, 479
Harris, General N., C.S.A., ii 475
Hartsuff, Colonel, U.S.A., i 294
Hasdrubal, ii 196
Hatch, General, U.S.A., i 288, 332, 334, 447; ii 163, 173, 175, 178
Hawks, Major, C.S.A., i 182; ii 471
Hayes, General, U.S.A., ii 447
Hays, General, C.S.A., ii 184, 271
Heintzleman, General S. P., U.S.A., i 142–3, ii 53, 122
Hill, General A. P., C.S.A., i 50, 395, 397; ii 9, 12–4, 15–6, 21–6, 28–32, 35, 38, 42, 45, 47–8, 54, 61–2, 65, 80, 83–5, 88, 90–1, 94, 104–5, 125, 131, 141, 145, 149, 152–3, 156–62, 208, 215, 219, 221–4, 235–6, 241–3, 254, 258–9, 261, 269–70, 304, 308, 310–1, 316, 319, 320, 366, 370, 412, 432, 441, 442, 448–51, 455, 459–60, 467, 473
Hill, General D. H., C.S.A., i 27, 50, 55, 176, 200, 202, 216–8, 397; ii 9, 12–4, 17–8, 29, 30, 32–6, 40, 42, 52, 55–8, 61–5, 79, 111, 122, 167, 205, 208, 220, 224–6, 236, 238, 241–2, 244, 247–51, 254–5, 257, 271, 276, 280, 303, 305, 308, 310–1, 320, 329, 357, 361, 375, 382, 405
Hitchcock, General, U.S.A., i 294
Hoche, General, i 111
Hohenlinden, battle of, ii 466
Hoke, General, C.S.A., ii 319
Holmes, General, C.S.A., ii 9, 11, 47–8, 59, 61, 65
Hood, General J. B., C.S.A., i 394; ii 26, 35–6, 38, 42, 119, 163, 236, 241–2, 244, 247–9, 251, 254–5, 262, 272, 310, 322–3, 329, 348, 353, 407, 425, 455
Hooker, General Joseph, U.S.A., i 50; ii 68, 122, 136, 139–40, 156–9, 166, 179, 187–8, 216, 226, 237, 240–50, 255, 261, 272, 275, 306, 314, 328, 337, 341, 404, 406–10, 412–19, 422–8, 430–1, 434, 438–9, 445, 449, 453, 457–60, 462–6, 468–9, 472, 486
Horsemanship, i 70, 161, 198, 224, 362; ii 339–40
Horse-masters, i 225
Horse-racing, i 9
Horses, i 9, 111, 161, 224; ii 115, 186, 189, 273, 292–3, 299, 414
Hotchkiss, Major J., C.S.A., i 181, 303, 349, 381, 416, 440; ii 87, 110, 215, 241, 327, 431–2, 436, 451, 487
Howard, General O. O., U.S.A., i 152, ii 328, 416, 427, 436, 438–40, 442, 444, 465–6
Huger, General, C.S.A., i 50; ii 9, 11, 14, 45, 47–8, 52–4, 58–9, 61–2, 65
Humphreys, General, U.S.A., ii 267, 328
Hundley’s Corner, Virginia, engagement at, ii 16, 22
Hunt, General, U.S.A., ii 66
Hunter, General, U.S.A., i 142–3, ii 73, 84


I

Imboden, General, C.S.A., i 121, 144–5, 149, 163, 378, 420, 439
“Immortals,” the, i 15–6
India, i 58
Indians, i 5–6, 24–5
Information in war. (See Intelligence, etc.)
Inkermann, battle of, ii 175, 340
Intelligence Department and Information, i 224, 232, 258–9, 287, 326–7, 412–4, 422–3; ii 39, 82–3, 89, 120, 145, 170–1, 188–9, 193–5, 213, 415, 418–9, 427
Interior lines. (See Strategy)
Irish soldiers in America, i 242, 311; ii 340
Ironsides, the, i 225, 443
Italy, campaign of, i 418, 419
Iverson, Col., C.S.A., ii 441, 443


J

Jackson, Cummins, uncle of General T. J. Jackson, i 7, 8, 10, 11
Jackson, Elizabeth, i 5
Jackson family, characteristics of, i 3, 5–6
Jackson family, origin of, i 3–4
Jackson, General, President of the United States, i 4, 15, 106
Jackson, John, i 4–6
Jackson, John, father of General T. J. Jackson, i 5–6
Jackson, Julia, mother of General T. J. Jackson, i 6–7, 11, 52; ii 384
Jackson, Julia, daughter of General T. J. Jackson, ii 384–5, 400, 470
Jackson, Mary Anna, wife of General T. J. Jackson, i 59, 61, 67–73, 76, 103–4, 116, 156, 161, 176–8, 257–8, 272; ii 55, 280, 384–5, 396, 400, 470–1, 495
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan, “Stonewall”, Lieut.-General, C.S.A.:

Advice overruled, ii 61, 78, 109, 114, 489
Anecdotes of, i 10, 19, 20, 27, 46–7, 68, 100, 114, 130, 134, 145, 154, 163, 165–6, 177, 190, 212, 230, 247, 300, 303, 312–3, 336, 347–8, 370, 394, 396, 439–41; ii 50–1, 57–8, 67, 69, 70, 71–2, 82, 95, 115, 126–7, 143–4, 160, 164, 202, 210, 214–5, 223, 253, 256, 259–60, 264–7, 282–4, 302, 312–3, 315, 318, 326, 364–7, 381, 387–8, 389, 399, 400, 482, 499

Appointments:

To Cadetship, i 13
First Regiment of artillery U.S.A., i 24
Magruder’s Field Battery, i 33
Professorship at Military Institute, i 56
Topographical Department, C.S.A., i 114
Virginia Volunteers, i 114
Command at Harper’s Ferry, 1861, i 115
First Brigade of Army of Shenandoah, i 123,
Command of District of Shenandoah Valley, i 164,
Command of Second Army Corps, ii 280

Birth, i 5
Birthplace, i 5, 131, 163
Boyhood, i 8–10, 410
Brother, i 6, 9
Caricatures of, i 65; ii 370, 390
Childhood, i 7–9
Compared with:

Cromwell, ii 494
Grant, ii 489
Hasdrubal, ii 196
Johnston, ii 489
Lee, ii 488
Napoleon, i 22–3; ii 493
Ney, ii 191, 193
Prince Frederick Charles, ii 196
Sherman, ii 489
Wellington, ii 191, 490–3
Wolfe, ii 494

Criticism of his manœuvres refuted, i 258; ii 16–24, 54, 57–8, 100–5
Death, ii 470–1
Devotion of his men, i 77, 165, 286, 434; ii 281–2, 366, 370–1, 373–4
Dispatches, ii 373
Dissatisfaction with conduct of war, i 154, 175–6, 203–4; ii 70, 71, 391
Estimate of:

Banks’, i 315
Lee’s, ii 469–70, 477–8
Letcher’s, i 205
Lexington’s, i 63–5, 76
McClellan’s, ii 109
Northern generals’, i 232–3, 314, 325, 399; ii 54, 109, 479
Northern press’, ii 109
Northern soldiers’, ii 223, 381
President Davis’, ii 470
President of Baltimore and Ohio Railway, i 314
Southern people’s, ii 74, 109, 477, 479
Southern soldiers’, i 129, 165, 177–8, 437–8; ii 279, 284–5, 373–4, 381, 480
Swinton’s, ii 477

First estimate of:

His friends’, i 114
His officers’, i 196–7, 283, 438–40; ii 370–1
His troops’, i 197–8

Funeral, ii 476–7
Guards the camp, i 134
Horsemanship, i 9, 18, 70, 115
Influence on his soldiers, i 117, 429, 432, 436; ii 398, 494, 499
Influence on the Southern people, ii 494
Letters of:

On faith, i 71, 72, 272–3
On his travels, i 70–1
On state of country, i 76
On promotion, i 114, 130; ii 280
On necessity of secrecy, i 116, 258
After First Manassas, i 155
On defence of Harper’s Ferry, i 125
On battle of First Manassas, i 156–7
On leave of absence, i 161; ii 385–6
On parting with Stonewall Brigade, i 164
On selection of staff-officer, i 179–80
On appointment of staff-officer, i 183
On discipline, i 195
On resignation of command, i 204–5
On defence of Valley, i 217–8
On threatening Washington, i 252
On fighting on Sunday, i 257
On making “thorough work” of campaign, i 272
On attacking Banks, i 276, 281–4
On Banks’ character, i 278
On obedience of orders, i 281, 308
On qualities of West Virginia troops, i 298
On straggling, i 427
On surrender of Harper’s Ferry, ii 224
On promotion of officers, ii 374
On giving over guns of Army Corps, ii 375
On the people of the Valley, ii 376
On birth of his daughter, ii 384–5
On peace, ii 385

Library, i 69
Losses:

At Falling Waters, i 129
At First Manassas, i 157
On Romney expedition, i 195
At Kernstown, i 253, 260
At M’Dowell, i 299
At Cedarville, i 320
At Front Royal, i 353
At Winchester, i 353
At Cross Keys, i 376
At Port Republic, i 385
At Valley Campaign, i 424
At Gaines’ Mill, ii 42
At Cedar Run, ii 105, 287
At Groveton, ii 146, 287
At Second Manassas, ii 164, 287
At Chantily, ii 185, 287
At Harper’s Ferry, ii 223, 288
At Sharpsburg, ii 255, 271–2, 288
At Boteler’s Ford, ii 270
On the Rappahannock, ii 287
At Bristoe Station, ii 287
At Fredericksburg, ii 329
At Chancellorsville, ii 467

Marriage, i 59
Military Maxims of, ii 496

Attack, i 162–3
Infantry fire, i 162
Use of bayonet, i 163, 229
Cavalry in touch with the enemy, i 342
Strategy of weaker army, i 412, 415, 420; ii 398
Defensive strategy, i 418
Value of time, i 417–8, 481
Mystifying and misleading, i 420
Pursuit, i 420; ii 76–7, 481
A routed army, i 420
Battle against odds, i 420
Point of attack, i 420
Vigour in attack, i 420; ii 31, 76–7, 179, 481
Rapidity, i 420; ii 481
Rest on the march, i 426
Forced marches, i 426–7
Invasion, i 174–5; ii 77, 481
Concentration of force, i 175; ii 77
Councils of War, i 230
Reaping fruits of victory, ii 322, 481
Defensive positions, ii 305
Meeting superior numbers, ii 326
Unsuccessful officers, ii 342
Promotion of officers, ii 374, 465
Example to be set by superior officers, ii 386
Activity, i 412, 419–20; ii 398
Secret of success in war, ii 480
Earthworks, ii 481
Loss in forced marches, ii 482
Patriotism, ii 497

Narrow escapes of, i 369; ii 41–2, 160
Personal characteristics of:

Ability, i 47–8
Absence of show and assumption, i 115, 117, 164–5, 435–6, 444–5; ii 71, 478
Absent-minded, i 63, 77; ii 390, 398
Abstemiousness, i 60, 336, 436; ii 495
Abstraction, power of, i 21, 69, 74; ii 391
Accuracy of statement, i 62–3
Admiration of Lee, i 307, 397–8; ii 77
Admiration of Napoleon’s genius, i 58, 416
Admiration of Confederate soldier, i 437; ii 373–4, 462
Affection, i 8, 22; ii 495–6
Ambition, i 11, 21, 23, 46, 71, 157, 196; ii 381, 495
Anger, i 19, 436, 441–2; ii 71, 370
Appearance:

On the battlefield, i 147, 149, 165, 243–4, 340; ii 34, 50, 94, 311–2, 432, 436
As a cadet, i 14, 18, 22
In camp, ii 388–9
In childhood, i 9
At councils of war, i 229–30, 397; ii 69, 123
At Lexington, i 61, 63
At reviews, i 164–5
On service, i 115, 312–3; ii 478

Application, i 10, 15–17, 20–1, 33, 46; ii 490
Audacity, i 411; ii 487, 491
Bible:

His guide, i 61, 73
Literal interpretation of the, i 61, 257
Study of the, i 61, 69

Camaraderie, i 436–7, 439; ii 373
Carelessness of comfort, i 161, 187, 192, 196, 246, 435–6, 438
Careless of popular opinion, i 155–6; ii 376
Catholicity, i 438–9
Cheerfulness, i 8, 66–7; ii 315, 377–8
Choice of companions, i 21
Clanship, i 11
Concentration, power of, i 20, 66, 74; ii 391, 396, 496
Consideration for others, i 19–20, 438; ii 374, 376
Conversation, i 165; ii 389–90
Coolness under fire, i 41–2, 47, 130, 147, 149, 163, 165, 437; ii 318, 396
Courage, moral, i 12, 21, 77, 437; ii 480
Courage, physical, i 10, 39, 41–2, 77, 130, 163, 165, 244; ii 480–2
Courtesy, i 9, 66, 116, 436, 438; ii 376, 389–90, 453
Decision, i 10, 12
Decision in emergencies, ii 490–1
Devotion to duty, i 19, 21, 33, 78, 116, 161
Devotion to Virginia, i 99, 103, 204, 209–10; ii 346, 495
Devotion to his wife, i 116
Dislike of profanity, i 145
Distaste of show, i 115, 129–30, 221
Early rising, ii 50, 55, 68, 284–5
Earnestness, i 12, 20, 66, 77, 117, 237; 390
Economical habits, i 70
Endurance, i 438; ii 189, 481
Energy, i 10, 43, 60, 191, 192, 377–9, 412, 436; ii 189, 233, 478, 481, 494
Enthusiasm, i 66
Estimate of time, i 13, 187–8
Faith, i 71–3, 77, 163, 211; ii 462, 465, 488, 495
Family pride, i 11
Fearlessness of responsibility, i 77; ii 480
Finesse, i 116; ii 280
Freedom from cant, i 73
Gentleness, i 20, 71, 436, 439
Gravity, i 8, 66; ii 390
Health, i 9, 11, 21, 60, 69, 78, 160–1, 214; ii 55, 76, 385, 481
Horror of war, i 103, 257; ii 385
Hospitality, i 70; ii 388–9
Humility, i 445; ii 495
Imagination, i 66, 74, 417; ii 478, 484
Industry. (See Application)
Inflexibility, i 19, 63
Information, range of, ii 390
Intellectual development, i 21, 23
Intellectual training for war, i 74–6, 78; ii 394–6
Kindness, i 8, 20, 67, 76; ii 364, 389
Knowledge of military history, i 58, 420; ii 390, 394–5
Language, i 73
Love of art, i 71; ii 390
Love of children, i 68, 212; ii 302, 364, 400
Love of fighting, i 27, 33, 43, 149, 209, 439; ii 481
Love of history, i 69–70; ii 390
Love of home, i 9, 71, 199, 210; ii 346
Love of Nature, i 66, 70, 71, 366
Love of peace, i 103, 257; ii 385
Love of theological discussion, i 165, 212
Love of truth, i 62
Manners. (See Courtesy)
Modesty, i 47, 198, 210; ii 370, 380, 390, 462, 465
Neatness, i 63
Never knew when he was beaten, i 150, 244, 252, 438
Peculiar gestures, i 149, 166
Perseverance, i 10, 15–16, 22
Personal magnetism, i 197, 437
Playfulness, i 65, 177, 212
Power of drawing inferences, ii 483, 486
Prayer, i 61, 68, 73, 103, 165, 210, 443–4; ii 496
Pride in his soldiers, i 156–7, 166–7, 195, 443; ii 341
Purity, i 10, 23, 74; ii 399
Recreations, i 18, 60, 69, 70
Reflective habits, ii 391, 396
Religion on service, i 443–4; ii 399
Religious views, i 72, 163
Reserve, i 18, 66, 74
Resolution, ii 435, 445, 481, 491
Reticence, i 115–6; ii 89, 284–5, 483
Reticence as regards his achievements, i 155, 157; ii 374
Self-control, i 210; ii 494
Self-possession, ii 478
Self-reliance, i 21, 23, 48; ii 488, 490, 495
Self-sacrifice, i 204, 209; ii 494
Sense of honour, i 20
Shrewdness, i 14
Shyness, i 18, 27, 60; ii 478
Silence, i 22, 63, 64, 115, 197, 436; ii 390, 391, 398, 478
Simplicity, i 23, 115, 435–6; ii 494
Studious habits, i 18, 22, 68–9, 74, 410
Study, method of, i 20, 69; ii 391
Study of, and training for, war, i 48, 57–9, 69, 745–5, 78, 250, 410, 416; ii 394–5
Sunday, observance of, i 61, 257, 273, 287, 302, 443
Tact, i 19, 117–8, 165, 438
Taste for strong liquor, ii 495
Temper, i 14, 71, 210, 436; ii 370, 495
Temperance, i 60; ii 399
Thankfulness, i 71, 130, 156
Thoroughness, i 421; ii 496
Truthfulness and sincerity, i 8, 20, 23, 62, 74; ii 370, 380, 492, 496
Vindictiveness, i 19; ii 370, 495

Practice and principles of, military:

Administration:

Care for comfort of men, i 165, 192, 443; ii 374
Care of private rights, i 166, 197–8
Care of wounded, i 260, 300, 437; ii 402–3
Examination of officers, i 182
Hospitals, i 437
Medical service, i 118, 437, 444; ii 386
Supply, i 118; ii 374, 386, 417
Transport, i 118; ii 374, 386

Command:

Application of military code to volunteers, ii 355
Councils of War, i 229–30; ii 488
Courtesy to men, i 165; ii 366
Duties of commanding officers, i 161, 179, 193
Employment of regular officers with volunteers, i 181
Employment of unsuccessful officers, ii 342, 489
Encouragement of initiative, ii 343
Official reports, i 436; ii
Recommendations for promotion, ii 364, 374
Relations with his officers, i 436, 438–42; ii 325–6, 363–4, 366–70, 374, 488–9
Relations with his soldiers, i 436–7; ii 366, 376
Relations with his staff, i 439–41; ii 389
Scope on battlefield, ii 343, 491
Selection of officers for the staff, i 179–83; ii 364
Supervision, i 376, 436; ii 189
System of, i 117–8, 179; ii 363–4
Tact and consideration, i 165; ii 376
Trusts his subordinates, i 375; ii 318, 491

Discipline: i 117, 161, 162, 178–9, 195, 197–8, 208–9, 214, 253, 254, 303, 350, 376, 436, 441–2; ii 175, 363–6, 373

Dealing with mutiny, i 303
Demands exact obedience, i 376; ii 57, 488
Gives exact obedience, ii 58, 435
Punishment of officers, ii 366
Punishment of soldiers, ii 364–5
Refuses to take furlough, ii 384
Strict conception of duty, i 197, 204, 376; ii 364–5

Drill, i 117, 162, 365; ii 400
Instruction, i 117–8, 162, 178, 188–9
Marches, i 133–4, 189–93, 230, 236, 263, 274, 284–6, 290, 295–6, 302, 308, 312–14, 327, 345–6, 349, 351–3, 360–1, 393–5, 401, 412–3, 425–7; ii 11, 15–23, 25–6, 29, 49, 50, 87–9, 124–9, 138, 183, 189–90, 203, 208–9, 214–6, 233, 235, 302–3
Marching, i 183, 427; ii 285, 482

Early start, i 183; ii 49, 55, 90, 284
Forced marches, ii 482, 484
Rules for, i 426
Standing orders for, ii 402

Orders:

Anticipates orders, ii 269
Character of, i 115; ii 490
Method of issue, i 377; ii 57
For counterstroke, ii 92, 94–5, 154, 190, 252, 260, 323
For attack, ii 141–2
For assault, ii 35
For attack of Second Line, ii 33
For night march, i 298
For rear guard action, i 377
For retreat, i 349
To Ewell, i 307
To Ewell at Cross Keys, i 365
On dress, i 221, For flank attack, i 380
At Cedar Run, ii 92–5, 98
At Chancellorsville, ii 421–2, 432, 437, 441–2, 448–9, 491–2
General orders, i 302, 436, 443
To Federal gunners at Port Republic, i 370
For defence of position, ii 154, 190
For bombardment of Harper's Ferry, ii 218–20
At Fredericksburg, ii 318, 323, 325
Verbal, ii 33
Incomplete, ii 88
Interpretation of, i 259–60, 281–2; ii 23
Miscarriage of, i 322; ii 34
Orders and instructions received by Feb. 1862, i 219–20, 259–60; April, 1862, i 280, 294, 411; May, 1862, i 345, 411; June, 1862, i 390–3; ii 13, 15, 23, 30, 46, 57; Sept. 1862, ii 212–3, 217, 226, 259; before Chancellorsville, ii 415, 424

Strategy:

Activity, i 418; ii 189, 398, 479, 481–2
Breadth of view, i 282, 432; ii 213, 396, 406, 478, 485, 486
Calculation, i 201–2, 321, 353, 377, 415, 421; ii 105, 140, 141, 189, 391, 484–6
Compels enemy to blunder, i 272, 423
Concealment of movements and intentions, i 116, 290, 309, 313–6, 393–6, 398–402, 412, 420–1, 423, 439–40; ii 11, 85–7, 116, 125–6, 132, 135, 137, 139–42, 483
Concentration of superior force, i 423; ii 200
Counterstroke, i 365, 374; ii 182
Deals with enemy in detail, i 189–9, 361–2, 412–3, 419, 423; ii 79, 85, 199
Defensive, ii 199–201, 297
Estimate of time, i 174, 187, 237, 257, 259, 302, 334, 412; ii 19, 77, 114, 400, 407
Induces enemy to divide, i 386
Intelligence Department, i 118, 202, 327; ii 347, 483
Keeps enemy’s columns apart, ii 199, 200
Looks for annihilation of enemy, ii 482
Looks for opportunity, i 214; ii 481
Lures enemy into false position, i 267, 272; ii 79, 91, 106, 110, 199, 485
Mystifying the enemy, i 129, 228, 392–5; ii 119, 121–2, 327, 484–5
Never fights except on his own terms, ii 199, 490
Never gives the enemy time, i 175; ii 189, 231, 398
Never misses an opportunity, i 413; ii 487
No slave to rule, i 433
Objectives, i 189, 219, 247; ii 390–1, 485
Patience, ii 483, 490
Plays on enemy’s fears, ii 391, 485
Reaps fruits of victory, ii 470
Regards enemy’s difficulties, i 347, 351, 354, 415; ii 395
Regards moral aspect of war, i 342, 424; ii 342, 395, 483
Secrecy, i 115–6, 181, 183, 187, 197, 257, 286, 378, 439, 440; ii 89
Spreads false information, i 392, 395, 400
Stratagems, i 121–2, 270, 309, 389, 391; ii 83, 85, 106, 118, 199, 327, 490
Strikes at mental equilibrium of opponent, i 307; ii 395, 485
Strikes at vital point, i 342; ii 76, 416
Strikes where least expected, i 401
Surprise, ii 484, 491
Takes advantage of mistakes, i 270
Threatens enemy’s communications, i 187, 193, 271, 283, 325–6, 328; ii 24
Trades on knowledge of enemy's character, i 49–50, 227–8, 276, 281; ii 220, 234, 396, 483–4
Vigilance, i 198, 358, 436

Strategical Plans: i 174–5, 184–8, 193–4, 201–3, 214, 217, 251–2, 269, 271, 278, 280, 283, 286–7, 299, 301–2, 365; ii 77, 83–5, 99, 101–2, 105–6, 108–9, 135, 140, 143–4, 146, 149, 212–3, 227–32, 334, 336, 398, 413–4, 483, 485, 488
Strategical Views:

Advantages of North-west Virginia, i 164
Counteracting enemy’s superiority of numbers, i 189, 412; ii 76–7, 297
Criticism of Hooker’s plan in Chancellorsville campaign, ii 464
Defensive, the, i 413
Evils of civilian control, i 199–200, 203–10; ii 489
Importance of recruiting-grounds, i 164
Importance of Washington, i 219, 247, 405
Invasion, i 164, 174–6, 185; ii 77–8, 481, 485
Offensive, the, ii 490
Proper action for weaker belligerent, i 412, 420; ii 398

Tactics:

Advanced guards, i 426
Artillery, use of, ii 190
Attack, formation for, i 239, 296–7, 338–9, 368, 379–80, 431; ii 90, 94, 122, 421–2
Attack, night, i 133, 229, 335–7
Attack, vigour of, ii 31, 179, 458, 481, 486
Attacks where least expected, i 239, 251, 412, ii 483–4, 487
Caution, ii 96–7, 484, 486, 490
Cavalry, use of, i 178, 223, 237, 263, 309, 318–21, 392, 394, 422, 432; ii 188, 483, 487
Combination of three arms, ii 487
Concealment of troops on defensive, i 146, 149, 151, 298; ii 172, 191, 315, 487, 491
Concentration of superior force, i 250, 340; ii 487
Counter-attack, i 149, 151–2, 239, 244, 365, 373–4; ii 94–6, 104, 154–9, 161–2, 175–6, 178–9, 252–3, 256, 259–61, 318, 321–3
Defensive, ii 230, 487, Defensive position, ii 152–4, 158, 304–5
Earthworks, i 307; ii 481
Flank attacks, i 239, 298, 338–9, 379–80, 431; ii 90, 94, 121, 421–3, 432, 472
Guides, i 136, 240; ii 97, 120, 126
Insight, i 218, 227, 320, 350, 353, 413, 431; ii 67, 70, 77, 131, 256, 445, 483, 491
Intercommunication, i 202; ii 485
Night marches, i 300; ii 127, 130, 136, 141, 190
Patience, ii 483, 490
Plans of attack, i 239, 296, 317–8, 328, 338, 365–7, 379; ii 32, 51–2, 61, 90–1, 103, 145, 220–2
Positions, i 140–1, 145–6, 151, 213, 228, 270, 274, 275, 353–4, 363–6; ii 98, 139, 152–4, 244, 248, 304–5, 309–11
Pursuit, i 65, 153–5, 299, 330–3, 340–2, 427; ii 69, 70, 96–7, 330, 422, 438–9, 470, 481–6, 487
Reconnaissance, ii 51, 60–1, 92, 160, 183, 189, 315, 318
Reliance on the bayonet, i 146, 151, 229, 253; ii 35, 96, 175, 191
Retreat and rear guards, i 213–4, 218
Surprise, i 239, 250, 317, 412, 419, 424, 431; ii 483, 491
Vigilance, i 214, 360, 420; ii 419

Professor at Military Institute:

Duties as, i 58
Inculcates discipline at, i 64
Unpopular as, i 63
Want of success as, i 59

Promotion:

Second Lieutenant, i 29
First Lieutenant, i 29
Brevet-captain, i 46
Brevet-major, i 47
Colonel, i 114
Brigadier-general, i 130
Lieutenant-general, ii 280

Resigns his command, i 201
Resigns his commission, i 57–8
Staff officers, i 115, 180–1, 404, 425, 438
“Stonewall,” origin of the name, i 145
Strength of command:

First Brigade, July, 1861, i 153
Romney expedition, i 189
Army of Valley, February, 1861, i 219–20, 228; March, i 230–1; at Kernstown, i 250, 263–3; April, i 267, 270, 271; at M’Dowell, i 297–8, 301; before Winchester, i 309–10; at Cross Keys, i 368; at Port Republic, i 385; in Peninsula, ii 9; at Cedar Run, ii 85, 91, 95–6; at Groveton, ii 146; at Second Manassas, ii 153–5, 168; at Sharpsburg, ii 235–6, 255, 275–6; at Harper's Ferry, ii 235; Sept. 30, 1862, ii 275; Second Army Corps, October, ii 281; at Fredericksburg, ii 310; at Chancellorsville, ii 412–3

Sunday-school, i 61, 64
Travels, i 59, 70–1; ii 390
Usefulness of Mexican experiences, i 48–51, 410
Views:

On Secession, i 99
On slavery, i 89
On special correspondents, i 156, 258
On States’ rights, i 99
On war, i 103
Wounded, i 149, 160–1, 163; ii 450

Jena, battle of, i 59, 259; ii 332
Jenkins, General, C.S.A., ii 272, 414
“Jim,” i 300, 396, 442; ii 72
Johnson, General Bradley T., C.S.A., ii 26, 38, 142, 145, 147, 159, 280, 374
Johnson, General Edward, C.S.A., i 50, 206, 284, 286–8, 291, 295–8, 303, 309, 415; ii 393
Johnston, General A. S., C.S.A., i 304
Johnston, General Joseph E., C.S.A., i 50, 122, 125–6, 130, 132–3, 139, 140, 147, 153–4, 156, 157, 159–60, 164, 172, 175–6, 185, 187–9, 199–202, 204–7, 213, 217–9, 232–3, 235, 250, 258, 260, 264–5, 267, 271–2, 274, 278–82, 292, 294, 301, 307–8, 345, 388, 410–1; ii 4, 199, 373, 392, 479, 483, 489
Jomini, Baron, i 75, 407
Jones, Colonel W. E., C.S.A., ii 291
Jones, General D. R., C.S.A., ii 178, 180, 208, 242
Jones, General J. R., C.S.A., ii 208, 220–2, 244–8, 254, 255, 259, 271
Jones, Reverend W., D.D., i 359
Junkin, Miss, i 59
Junkin, Reverend Dr., i 59; ii 327


K

Kearney, General Philip, U.S.A., ii 122, 140, 156, 157–8, 161, 179, 184
Kelley, Colonel, C.S.A., i 383
Kelly, General, U.S.A., i 184, 190
Kemper, General, C.S.A., ii 178, 179, 272
Kenly, Colonel, U.S.A., i 316–9, 321, 323–6, 328, 342, 412
Kernstown, battle of, chapter viii, i 273, 276, 337, 405, 407; ii 32, 103, 175, 247, 302, 332, 341, 348, 370, 379, 483–5, 487
Kershaw, General, C.S.A., ii 271
Kimball, General N., U.S.A., i 238, 242–3, 251, 252
King, General, U.S.A., i 349, 355–6, 400; ii 79, 99, 140, 143–6, 150–1, 163, 190, 193, 195
Kirby Smith, General, C.S.A., i 135, 150–1
Knapsacks, i 222; ii 125
Kφniggrδtz or Sadowa, battle of, i 422; ii 197
Kriegsakademie, i 410


L

Lander, General, U.S.A., i 201–2, 213, 227
Lane, General, C.S.A., ii 95–6, 309–10, 316–7, 366–7, 449, 456, 487
Law, General, C.S.A., ii 26, 35, 37–8, 272,
Lawley, Hon. F., special correspondent of the “Times,” ii 280, 390, 461, 477, 478
Lawrences, the, i 4
Lawton, General, C.S.A., i 391, 393, 408; ii 26, 32, 35, 40, 42, 90, 119, 145, 147, 153, 159, 161, 172–3, 177, 208, 220–2, 235, 242, 244–5, 247, 255, 259, 269, 271, 275, 287
Lee, General Fitzhugh, C.S.A., i 333; ii 7, 114, 116, 133, 207–8, 227, 241–2, 294, 331, 413, 418, 420–2, 430, 432–3, 435–6, 472, 491
Lee, General Robert Edward, C.S.A., i 13, 31, 36, 37, 58, 86, 88, 90, 125–6, 130, 131, 141, 173, 204, 207–8, 215, 225, 280–4, 295, 305–8, 352, 388–93, 397–8, 407–12, 419, 429, 431–3, 436; ii 1, 3–6, 8–19, 21–3, 25–6, 28, 29, 30, 35, 39, 41, 43–8, 54, 57–62, 65, 67, 69, 70, 72–4, 75, 77–81, 84, 88, 109, 111–7, 122–5, 128, 131–4, 135, 138, 139, 142, 150–1, 156, 162–3, 167–9, 176–8, 183, 185–90, 192–4, 196, 199, 200, 202, 205–13, 216–7, 220, 223–4, 226–8, 236, 239, 242–3, 250–1, 254, 258–9, 262–9, 273–4, 276–80, 289–93, 295–9, 300, 303, 305, 307–8, 312, 322, 324–5, 330, 332–4, 336, 341–5, 348, 353–4, 358–60, 364, 369, 370, 373–6, 382, 387, 390, 392–3, 398–9, 404–10, 413–9, 424–35, 437–9, 446, 455, 457–64, 468–70, 472–5, 477–80, 483–4, 486, 488–90
Lee, B. E., Esq., C.S.A., ii 473
Lee, General Stephen D., C.S.A., ii 168, 175, 208, 244, 246, 249, 252, 263–7, 272
Lee, General W. H. F., C.S.A., i 333; ii 120, 291, 331, 413, 438
Leigh, Captain, C.S.A., ii 451, 453
Leipsic, campaign and battle of, i 418; ii 192, 493
Letcher, Governor, i 205, 210
Leuthen, battle of, ii 470
Ligny, battle of, i 259; ii 59
Lincoln, Abraham, i 81, 86, 97–8, 101, 105, 120, 158, 171–2, 208, 215, 216, 226, 231, 233–5, 249–50, 252, 260, 265, 277, 279, 289, 293–4, 305–6, 314–5, 344, 349–50, 358, 386, 399, 401, 405–9, 411, 415; ii 5, 73, 75, 77, 80, 83, 210, 213, 273, 276, 289, 295–7, 302, 320, 334–5, 337, 341, 392, 408, 468, 485
Little Sorrel, i 198; ii 209, 256, 281, 311, 442, 450
Long, General, C.S.A., ii 54, 188, 327, 359, 360
Longstreet, General, C.S.A., i 50, 139, 265, 397; ii 9, 12, 14, 18, 24, 26, 28–31, 36, 42, 45, 47–9, 53–7, 59, 61–2, 65, 69–71, 100, 111, 137, 144, 150–3, 156–7, 162–3, 165–6, 168–70, 171, 173, 175–7, 179, 181, 183, 187–90, 193, 208, 210, 212–3, 217–8, 224–7, 230, 233, 236, 238, 241, 244, 249, 257–61, 276–7, 280, 286, 293, 298–301, 304, 308–9, 311, 313, 316, 320–2, 336, 341, 351, 404, 406–7, 414, 455, 469, 486
Loring, General, C.S.A., i 185, 187–9, 193–7, 199–201, 205, 211; ii 370, 489
Louis XIV, ii 283


M

McCall, General, U.S.A., i 349, 386; ii 10, 48
McClellan, General, U.S.A., i 50, 58, 155, 171, 174–5, 184, 187, 196, 202–3, 213, 215, 216, 218–20, 227, 231–2, 235–6, 247–50, 252, 259, 265–7, 269–72, 274, 277–80, 292–3, 304–6, 314, 344–5, 386–91, 393, 398, 400–1, 404–5, 407–9, 411, 413, 415, 420, 429; ii 2, 5, 6, 9, 12, 14, 15, 18–9, 28, 30, 32, 39, 40, 43–8, 57, 60, 65–74, 75–7, 81, 83–4, 102, 109–11, 113, 116–7, 122–5, 135–6, 142, 145, 152, 167, 185, 187, 194, 198–9, 205, 210–3, 216–8, 224–7, 230–4, 236–7, 241, 243, 245–8, 250, 253–4, 256, 258, 260, 263, 267–8, 270, 273–5, 277–9, 289, 291–7, 299, 332–3, 341, 343, 371–2, 392, 413, 485
McDowell, battle of, chapter ix, i 263, 412, 424–5, 446; ii 484
McDowell, General, U.S.A., i 50, 131–3, 135–6, 138–9, 144, 147, 150, 152, 154–5, 158–9, 171, 248–50, 279–80, 289, 292–4, 304, 314–5, 325, 344–6, 349–53, 358, 364, 386–91, 395, 398–401, 404, 408, 412–3, 415, 420; ii 3, 5, 10, 60, 79, 84, 97, 99, 101, 103, 116
McGuire, Dr. Hunter, C.S.A., i 260, 369, 439; ii 30, 51, 55, 57–8, 69, 86, 123, 164, 193, 257, 324–5, 373, 391, 451, 453–4, 471
McLaws, General, C.S.A., ii 62, 111, 122, 169, 204, 208, 213, 216–21, 223–5, 233–4, 238, 243, 250, 250–6, 271, 329, 413, 421–2, 431–3, 446, 459, 462–3, 467
Magruder, General, C.S.A., i 32–3, 36–7, quoted 39, 42, quoted 47, 50, 278–9; ii 9, 11, 12, 14, 44–5, 47, 53, 55, 59, 61–3, 65
Mahan, Captain, U.S.N., quoted, ii 332
Mahone, General, C.S.A., i 411; ii 272
Malvern Hill, battle of, chapter xiv, ii 43, 75, 80, 201, 274, 330, 341, 483, 488
Manassas, first battle of, chapter vi, i 135, 173–4, 198, 209, 216, 255, 425; ii 274, 348, 483, 491
Manassas, second battle of, chapters xvi, ii 108 and xvii, 167, 187–8, 192, 202, 212, 228, 231, 253, 311, 341, 344, 370, 468, 487
Mansfield, General, C.S.A., ii 237, 241–3, 247–8, 250, 255, 261, 272
Maps, i 136, 183, 416–7, 440; ii 46, 59, 110, 431–2
Marches. (See under Jackson)
Marcus Aurelius, i 21
Marengo, battle of, i 255; ii 493
Marlborough, Duke of, i 75, 215
Marmont, Marshal, ii 187, 492
Mars-la-Tour, battle of, i 259
Mason and Dixon’s Line, i 82–4
Massιna, Marshal, ii 482, 491
Meade, General, U.S.A., ii 155, 181, 188, 244–5, 247, 275, 314–9, 321, 323, 328, 416
Meagher, General, U.S.A., ii 40, 43
Mechanicsville, Virginia, engagement at, chapter xii, 404; ii 486
Medicines, i 112; ii 205, 346, 405
Meigs, General, U.S.A., ii 337
Merrimac, the, i 278, 301
Metaurus, battle of, ii 196
Mexico, city of, i 26, 30, 35
Mexico, evacuation of, i 53
Mexico, occupation of city of, i 51–2
Mexico, Republic of, i 26
Mexico, surrender of city of, i 45
Mexico, valley of, i 30, 34
Middletown, engagement at, chapter x, 304, i 328–30
Miles, Colonel, U.S.A., ii 457
Military Academy,(See West Point)
Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, i 55–8, 60, 63–4, 68, 71, 76, 98–100, 104
Militia, American, i 17, 56, 79, 101, 105
Milroy, General, U.S.A., i 269, 275, 284, 288, 291–2, 295, 297–8, 300, 315, 375, 412, 414–5, 431, 446; ii 155–6, 414
Molino del Rey, battle of, i 39, 45
Moltke, Field-Marshal Count, i 8, 25, 357, 430, 433; ii 11, 19, 58, 187, 197, 342, 347
Monitor, the, i 278
Monterey, battle of, i 27, 28
Moore, Captain, C.S.A., i 370
Moore, General Sir John, ii 363
Morell, General, U.S.A., ii 122, 174, 175
Morrison, Captain J. G., C.S.A., ii 422, 451
Morrison, Miss A. M., i 59
Moscow, i 109; ii 493
Mule battery, i 378
Munford, Colonel, C.S.A., i 310, 321, 391–3, 398, 421; ii 49, 55–6, 129, 181, 208, 224–5, 242, 294
Murat, Prince, i 259


N

Napier, General Sir Charles, i 4; quoted, ii 359
Napier, General Sir William, i 4; quoted, i 419, 423, 427; ii 345, 478
Napiers, the, i 4
Napoleon, i 22–3, 48, 57, 75, 78, 109, 110, 182, 186, 193, 197, 221, 232, 247, 250–1, 259, 336, 347, 357, 406, 409, 410, 413–4, 416, 417–9, 422–3, 433–4; ii 19, 109, 138, 170, 187, 196, 197, 199, 260, 338, 340, 343, 362, 370, 372, 391, 394–5, 426, 428, 429, 486, 491, 493, 495
Naval and military expeditions (see also Transport by Sea), i 28, 213, 233–6, 249–50, 252, 279
Navy, U.S., i 27, 106, 112, 124, 305
Nelson, i 75, 157, 197; ii 370, 371, 482
Newton, General, U.S.A., ii 316, 318, 328
Ney, Marshal, i 75–6; ii 191–2, 492
North Anna, battle of, ii 228
North Anna, position on, ii 301, 303, 305, 329–30, 332–3, 410, 488
Northern soldier, i 132, 137, 139, 152–3, 158–60; ii 75, 148, 180, 229, 244–5, 247, 274–5, 279, 331–2, 341–2, 344–8, 381


O

Officers, corps of, ii 348
Officers, U.S. Army, i 178–8, 25, 50, 104, 136; ii 480–1
“Old Dominion,” the, i 2, 98
O’Neal, Colonel, C.S.A., ii 441–3
Ord, General, U.S.A., i 344, 354, 355–6, 386
“Order, the lost,” ii 217, 238, 277–8
Orderlies, i 322; ii 150
Orders (see also under Jackson), ii 20, 24, 30, 33, 57, 63, 87–8, 94–5, 105, 113–4, 140, 144, 149, 189, 191, 217, 219, 359, 432
Organisation and recruiting, i 17–8, 33, 104–11, 115, 117–8, 120, 123, 136–8, 154–5, 158–9, 161, 169–70, 215, 225–6, 231, 248–9, 254, 273, 312, 322, 333, 405–6, 427–9; ii 30, 203–6, 231, 273, 275–6, 280, 289, 331, 348, 410, 412, 468
Ox Hill. (See Chantilly)


P

Palfrey, General, U.S.A., ii 229, 252, 261
Palo Alto, battle of, i 27, 28, 32
Patrick, General, U.S.A., ii 146, 246
Patterson, General, U.S.A., i 126, 128–9, 131–3, 135, 139, 227
Patton, Colonel, C.S.A., i 377, 384
Paxton, General, C.S.A., ii 465
Pelham, Major John, C.S.A., ii 147, 314, 316, 323
Pender, General, C.S.A., ii 95–6, 153, 158, 160, 271, 309, 318, 322, 452
Pendleton, Lieutenant Colonel A. S., C.S.A., i 369; ii 57, 403, 454–5, 471
Pendleton, Reverend Dr., General, C.S.A., i 123, 146; ii 208, 230, 251, 269, 276, 473
Peninsular campaign, 1862, ii 86, 109, 186, 200, 331, 348
Peninsular War, 1808–14, i 170, 221, 419; ii 200, 201, 492
Pickett, General, C.S.A., i 50; ii 329, 356, 405, 407, 425, 455
Pierce, General, U.S.A., i 33
Pillow, General, U.S.A., i 33, 36–7, 46
Pleasonton, General, U.S.A., ii 293, 418, 427, 435, 439, 446–7
Plevna, battle of, i 232; ii 174
Plunder, ii 352–4
Poague, Colonel, C.S.A., i 370
Pope, General, U.S.A., i 401; ii 78–85, 87, 89, 90, 92, 97–100, 102–3, 106–7, 109–11, 113–25, 127–9, 131–2, 134, 136–42, 145, 149–51, 157, 161–2, 165–6, 167–73, 176–7, 181–3, 185, 187–96, 199, 203, 205, 207, 210, 229, 235, 295–6, 300, 341, 343–5, 469, 479, 483–6, 488
Population of North and South, i 106–7
Port Republic, battle of, chapter xi, 357, i 365, 424, 425, 441; ii 247, 341, 484
Porter, General FitzJohn, U.S.A., i 51; ii 10, 12–3, 16, 19, 25, 27–9, 36, 38–9, 48, 61, 64, 66, 122, 140, 157, 162–3, 170, 171–3, 175–8, 180, 228, 243, 268–70, 272, 341, 344
Presbyterian Church, i 53, 59, 61
Prescott, W. F., the historian, i 26
Preston, Colonel, C.S.A., i 187
Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia, General, ii 196
Prussia, i 75, 110; ii 196
Puritans, the, i 73, 83


Q

Quatre-Bras, battle of, i 414; ii 59, 192, 468, 492


R

Raglan, Field-Marshal Lord, ii 355
Railroads in war, i 107–9, 120–1, 135, 150, 235, 266, 277, 286–7, 391, 393, 395; ii 10, 78–80, 101–2, 111, 121, 124, 129, 133, 140, 182, 192, 291, 297, 397, 404, 480
Ramseur, General, C.S.A., ii 441, 444
Ransom, General, C.S.A., ii 272, 329, 405
Rebel Yell, i 340; ii 482
Reconnaissance. (See Tactics)
Regimental life in 1851, i 57
Reno, General, U.S.A., i 50; ii 113, 116, 137, 140, 156–9, 161, 184
Resaca de la Palma, battle of, i 27, 32
Revolution, American, and War of Independence, i 6, 57, 91–2, 95–6, 106, 113, 221, 425; ii 340
Reynolds, General, U.S.A., ii 44, 122, 140, 143, 155–7, 162, 171, 173, 180, 195, 428, 465
Richardson, General, U.S.A., ii 53, 251, 257
Richepanse, General, ii 466
Ricketts, General, U.S.A., i 386, 401; ii 79, 84, 92, 140, 143, 150, 171, 173–4, 176, 179, 244, 247
Ripley, General, C.S.A., ii 271
Rivoli, battle of, i 429
Roads, American, i 108
Roads, Virginian, i 211, 232, 237, 426; ii 198, 203
Robertson, General, C.S.A., ii 116–7, 208, 224, 235
Rodes, General, C.S.A., ii 38, 271, 331, 412, 432, 437, 440–2, 444, 447–9, 455, 460
Romney, expedition to, chapter vii, 171
Ropes, John C., i 92; ii 101
Rosecrans, General, U.S.A., i 186, 189, 294
Rupert, Prince, i 83
Russia, i 79, 108, 109


S

Sadowa. (See Kφniggrδts)
Salamanca, battle of, i 428; ii 187, 188, 426, 490, 491
Santa Anna, President of Mexico, i 27, 28–31, 39, 45
Sauroren, battle of, i 427
Savage’s Station, engagement at, ii 47
Saxton, General, U.S.A., i 345–6, 355–6, 372, 413, 425
Schenck, General, U.S.A., i 269, 295, 298, 375, 446; ii 155–6
Schurz, General, U.S.A., ii 155–6, 401
Scotland, i 3, 11, 93, 102; ii 332
Scott, Colonel, C.S.A., i 309, 337, 339, 385
Scott, General Winfleld, U.S.A., i 27–30, 36–9, 46–50, 52, 111, 132, 136, 171
Sea, command of. (See Strategy)
Sea power, i 112–3. (See Sea, Command of)
Sebastopol, i 422
Secession, i 78–9, 81–2, 86–7, 90–102
Sedan, campaign and battle of, i 427; ii 332
Seddon, Hon. Mr., ii 404, 406, 407
Sedgwick, General, U.S.A., i 235; ii 53, 251–3, 255–6, 408–10, 416, 418–9, 421, 425–8, 430, 434, 438, 458, 462–3
Semmes, General, U.S.A., ii 252, 271
Seven Days’ Battles, chapters xiii, xiv, ii 109, 201
Seven Pines, battle of, i 443; ii 3, 5
Seymour, General, U.S.A., ii 155
Sharpsburg, battle of, chapter xix, i 169; ii 288, 289, 335, 341, 356, 370, 380, 483
Sheridan, General, U.S.A., i 426, 428; ii 394, 479, 485, 487
Sherman, General, U.S.A., i 58, 144, ii 479, 485, 487, 489
Shields, General, U.S.A., i 38, 213, 230, 235–6, 238, 242–3, 248, 251, 259–60, 262, 263, 277, 279, 283, 290, 293–4, 298, 314–5, 344, 346, 349–56, 358–60, 363–5, 367–9, 371–2, 375–6, 378, 381, 384, 386, 391, 400, 424, 426, 429, 431; ii 19, 73, 75, 101, 199, 247, 341, 393, 484–5
Sickles, General, U.S.A., ii 318, 328, 401, 427, 434–5, 438–40, 446–7, 456, 486
Sigel, General, U.S.A., ii 79, 97–9, 101, 103, 116, 137, 140, 143, 149, 155–6, 173, 179, 195
Signalling, i 143, 363, 368; ii 87, 111, 137, 218, 279, 418–9, 425, 480
Skobeleff, General, i 197, 255; ii 174
Slave owners, i 79–81, 84–8, 90–1, 95, 124
Slavery, i 79–80, 82, 84–96, 98, 102
Slaves, i 61, 79, 81, 85–90
Slocum, General, U.S.A., ii 27, 39, 53–4, 254, 401, 416, 427
Smith, Captain (Reverend Dr.), C.S.A., ii 315, 327, 331, 352, 380, 451–3, 462
Smith, General G. W., C.S.A., i 388
Smith, General, U.S.A., i 174–6, 388
Smolensko, i 109
Soldier, American (see also Northern and Southern Soldier, and Volunteer), i 106; ii 345–8, 382
Solferino, battle of, i 422
Southern soldier, i 104–5, 115, 117, 123, 161, 166, 174, 178, 193, 200, 254–5, 273, 299, 303, 333, 335, 394–5, 435–8; ii 126–7, 133, 204, 209, 229, 235–6, 263, 273, 279–85, 331, 344, 346–61, 363, 381, 386–7, 398–9, 440–1, 444–5, 469, 477, 480, 487, 497
South Mountain, battle of, chapter xix xix, ii 488
South, the, i 76, 79–81, 83–6, 90, 93–9, 100–2
Spicheren, battle of, i 259, 430
Spies, i 290, 421; ii 89
Spotsylvania, battle of, i 433; ii 201
Staff, i 105–6, 111, 115, 136, 153, 154, 165, 169, 179–83, 212, 215, 227, 229, 237, 388, 392, 421, 425, 430–1, 438, 440–1; ii 20–1, 26, 34, 41–2, 57, 59, 62, 68, 71, 89, 143, 150, 169, 178, 236, 252, 264, 269, 283, 327, 345, 364, 384, 386–7, 389–91, 423, 446, 486
Stafford, Colonel, C.S.A., ii 95–6, 97
Starke, General, C.S.A., ii 145, 153, 159, 177, 184–5, 244, 246, 271
States’ rights, i 79, 86, 92–4, 96, 98–102
Stanton, Hon. Mr., i 155, 208, 265, 275, 277, 281, 292, 294, 304, 314–6, 325–6, 344, 348, 351, 360, 386, 388–9, 400, 401, 406–7, 409, 447; ii 5, 83, 113, 299, 392, 404
Steinwehr, General von, U.S.A., ii 82, 155–6, 159, 401
Steuart, General, C.S.A., i 310, 328, 331–2, 334, 341–2, ; ii 370
Stevens, General, U.S.A., ii 179
Stoneman, General, U.S.A., ii 408–9, 417–8, 464, 468
“Stonewall Brigade,” i 162, 165–7, 178–9, 183, 194–5, 197, 209, 220, 241, 252–4, 262, 295, 299, 309, 334–5, 338, 340, 345, 347, 349, 351, 355, 383; ii 26, 35, 76, 93–5, 104, 145, 148, 173, 235–6, 271, 437, 465, 482
Stores, ii 30, 129, 131–2, 136
Straggling, i 138, 150, 152–3, 313, 428–9; ii 50, 180, 185, 204, 227, 235, 249, 262, 273, 275–7, 303, 358, 411, 432
Strategist, qualities of, i 48, 75–6, 409, 413–4
Strategy. (See also under Jackson)

Application of principles of, i 409, 415
Art of, i 25, 75–6, 406, 409, 432–3; ii 391
Factors of, i 75; ii 391, 393–4
Importance of, i 401, 406, 409; ii 338
Problems of, i 75; ii 391
Rules of, i 406, 409; ii 138, 430
Study of, i 227; ii 391, 394, 396
Training in, i 74–6, 409–10; ii 396
Practice and Elements of:

Action of weaker belligerent, i 154, 174–5, 418; ii 199
Activity, i 418–9
Audacity, ii 11
Base of operations, i 44, 109; ii 295
Civilian strategy, i 172–3, 206–8, 252, 406–8
Command of the sea, i 27, 112–3, 124, 213, 217; ii 31, 207, 406
Compelling the enemy to make mistakes, i 270
Concealment of movements, i 412, 421–3; ii 79, 80, 83, 126, 137–42, 190
Concentration of effort, i 173, 187–8, 418; ii 135, 207, 407, 416
Concentration of superior force at decisive point, i 418, 420, 423; ii 407–8, 423
Concentration on the battlefield, i 131, 390, 418, 420, 422–3; ii 10, 37, 90, 127, 187, 196, 277, 297
Converging columns, i 359, 372, 412, 419; ii 16–7, 19, 22, 46, 48, 58–9, 85, 139, 423
Counterstroke, i 173, 293; ii 200–1, 414, 469
Dealing with enemy in detail, i 189–90, 418; ii 84–5, 89, 102, 125, 199, 213, 298, 408–9, 416
Deceiving the enemy, i 282, 391–3
Defensive, the, i 172–3, 401, 418; ii 199, 200, 231, 332, 413
Demonstrations, ii 408–9
Detached force, duties of, i 75, 281; ii 406–7
Dispersion, i 131, 219, 231, 277, 314, 358, 418, 433; ii 79, 85, 149–51, 187, 195–7, 207, 212–3, 307, 404–5, 418
Dividing to unite, i 411, 423; ii 124, 138, 187, 192, 196–7, 295, 307, 416
Exterior and interior lines, i 293; ii 83–4, 113, 122, 124–5, 135, 151, 195, 213, 217, 226, 408–9
Finance as a factor, i 234
Forcing the enemy out of a strong or intrenched position, i 308–9, 391; ii 10, 124, 183, 408–9, 417
Holding enemy fast, ii 142, 232, 408
Human factor, the, ii 297
Inducing enemy to divide, i 330, 386, 418; ii 392
Initiative, i 415, 418; ii 231, 305, 435
Invasion, i 107–10, 175, 185–6, 203, 305–6; ii 78, 199, 200, 202–4, 231
Knowledge of enemy’s character, i 50, 227, 276, 291, 325–6, 330, 376, 415; ii 4, 11, 28, 187, 188, 202, 220, 233, 243, 277
Lines of communication, i 34, 107–9, 112, 142, 164, 175, 188, 224, 272, 283, 389; ii 24, 30, 111, 114, 124, 132, 151, 199, 211–2, 305, 329, 404, 408, 413, 458
Lines of operation, i 27–8, 30; ii 393
Lines of supply, ii 79, 131, 295–7, 300, 408
Luring enemy into false position, i 267, 270, 272; ii 79, 83, 106, 110, 199, 307, 415
Moral factors, i 110, 155, 232, 270, 347, 351–2, 372, 415; ii 47, 201, 346–7, 349, 369–70, 395
Objectives, ii 391–4, 406
Obstacles, topographical, i 267–9, 365–7; ii 81–2, 87, 135, 196, 266–7
Offensive, i 418, 425; ii 102, 111, 123, 142, 231, 336, 413–4
Politics, i 206, 231, 234, 401; ii 289–90, 292
Prestige, ii 201
Pursuit, i 153–4, 420; ii 43, 45–6, 59, 77, 470
Recruiting-grounds, i 119, 164; ii 207
Retreat, i 213; ii 106, 125
Space, i 109
Stratagems, i 271, 391–4, 420–1
Strategical points, i 173, 199, 206, 233–4, 249–50, 408; ii 206, 392, 393
Surprise, i 398–9
Time, i 415; ii 19, 24, 231, 234, 307–8, 407
Topographical factors, i 75, 232, 416–7
Turning movements, i 35
Uncertainty, i 347, 350–2, 372, 384; ii 47, 193, 428
Vital points, i 219, 233–4, 408; ii 305, 406
Zone of manœuvre, ii 199

Strother, Colonel, U.S.A., i 325, 340
Stuart, General J. E. B., C.S.A., i 126–7, 129, 135, 146, 149, 165, 333; ii 6–9, 12, 14, 20–1, 31, 41, 44, 47, 55, 69, 72, 80, 98, 100, 114, 116, 118–21, 130, 133–4, 136, 141, 144–5, 147, 149, 152–3, 157, 165–6, 178, 181–5, 189, 193–4, 210, 213, 217, 224, 230, 235, 238, 241–2, 246, 249, 252, 255, 259–61, 264, 266–7, 270, 273, 282–3, 287, 291–2, 299, 308, 311, 322–3, 330–3, 336, 386–8, 398–9, 412, 414, 416, 418, 423, 427, 430, 454–5, 457–60, 473
Sturgis, General, U.S.A., ii 328
Summer, General, U.S.A., ii 170, 182, 186, 248, 250, 254, 256, 321
Sumter, Fort, i 100
Supply, i 30, 34, 44, 106–8, 111, 118, 138, 153–4, 173, 187, 203, 216, 265, 275, 288–9, 364; ii 30, 114, 125, 128, 131, 187, 204, 207, 209, 231, 333, 382, 405, 409, 412, 414, 417, 468
Supply by requisition, ii 81
Supply depτts and magazines, i 44, 107; ii 80, 125, 129, 199, 291, 408
Supply trains, ii 88, 90, 111, 140, 183, 231, 234, 297, 330
Suvoroff, Field-Marshal, i 197
Swinton, W. H., ii 101, 191, 411, 477–8
Sydnor, Captain J. W., C.S.A., ii 16
Sykes, General, U.S.A., ii 31–2, 53, 122, 174, 179, 180, 328, 421


T

Tactics. (See also under Jackson)

Advanced guards, i 240, 277, 317–8, 337, 364, 382; ii 60, 71, 90–1, 109, 119–20, 146, 184, 199, 202, 208, 269, 306–7, 421
Ambuscade, i 139, 226, 242, 259; ii 106
Ammunition columns, i 35, 374, 378, 426; ii 234, 330
Arms, i 105, 112, 140, 215, 220, 225, 292; ii 11, 205, 270, 346
Artillery, i 144, 146, 159, 220, 222, 225, 404; ii 28, 31–2, 36, 39, 51–3, 60–3, 66, 91–3, 95, 104, 148, 154–6, 172–3, 175–6, 179, 181, 190, 218–24, 230, 241, 245–7, 249–50, 253–5, 261, 264–6, 305–6, 310–1, 314–6, 320, 323–4, 330–1, 434, 446–7, 457, 459
Assault of second line, ii 36–8, 445
Attack, i 38, 138, 148, 160, 229, 239, 250, 296, 338–9, 347, 350, 370–1, 373–4, 380–3, 387, 420; ii 15, 56, 59, 62–3, 100, 114, 145, 147, 155, 158–60, 247, 250–3, 270, 277–9, 314–6, 320, 323, 340, 458
Attack, at dawn, i 345, 360, 379
Attack, night, ii 456
Attack, secondary, i 240, 339
Attack, signal for, ii 62, 441–2
Audacity, i 251
Cavalry and Mounted Riflemen, i 31, 36, 38, 49, 105, 127, 149, 161, 178, 215, 222–6, 237, 245–6, 264, 273, 290, 318–21, 329, 332–6, 339, 341–3, 360–3, 385, 394, 425; ii 5–6, 20, 36, 41, 70, 80, 82, 88, 90, 96, 105, 114, 117, 131, 133, 145, 149, 157, 179–81, 186, 188–9, 194, 208, 211, 223, 227, 230, 291, 301, 304, 323, 330–1, 412, 415, 418, 425, 428, 434, 436, 462–3, 468
Cavalry raids, ii 6–9, 48, 59, 120–2, 291–3, 336–7, 409, 418, 462–3, 468
Combination, i 311; ii 15–6, 29, 46, 62–3, 180, 187–8, 245, 278, 357, 362, 430, 457–8
Communication between columns, i 193, 195–6, 280–1, 440; ii 12, 20–3, 132, 134–5, 139, 154, 181
Concealment of force, ii 161, 168, 171–2, 187, 233, 240–1
Concentration of superior force, ii 357, 362
Counter-attack, i 37, 151, 239, 244–5, 255–6, 301, 374, 380; ii 32, 49, 66, 94–5, 104–5, 155–9, 161–2, 168, 176–7, 179, 187–8, 190–1, 200, 230, 241, 247–8, 250, 252–3, 256–61, 264, 267, 269–70, 305, 318–23, 325, 329–30, 332, 413, 427, 457–9, 463, 465
Counter-attack, time for, ii 168, 176–7, 252, 415, 429, 457, 465, 478
Counter-attack, unreadiness for, ii 15, 19, 65–6, 190
Defensive positions, i 145–6, 148, 160, 238–9, 267, 276, 296–7, 334, 345, 367–8, 372, 379; ii 10, 26–7, 52–3, 59–61, 72, 102, 123, 152–4, 200, 224–5, 239–41, 244, 248–9, 264–6, 304, 308–9, 330, 332, 341, 424, 427–8, 429–30, 439–40, 462–3
Defensive, the, i 106–7, 160; ii 14, 190–1, 199, 227–8, 332, 341, 425–7, 429
Demonstrations, i 243, 260, 329, 392; ii 53–4, 56, 119, 305, 408–9, 412, 433–4
Flank guards, i 329; ii 433, 435, 441
Formations for attack, ii 347–8, 440–1, 473–5
Front of defence, ii 104, 153–4, 310–1, 427
Hasty intrenchments, ii 347, 415–6, 420–1, 426, 429, 431, 439, 450, 457–8
Hour of marching, i 183; ii 87, 90, 116, 125, 182, 284
Initiative, ii 279, 342–3, 346, 362
Investment, ii 213, 216, 218–21
Marching to sound of cannon, ii 22–41, 58, 278
Mobility, ii 199
Musketry and marksmanship, i 136–7, 161–3, 220, 298, 373, 375, 404; ii 63–5, 339–40
Mutual support, ii 278–9
Offensive, the, i 136–7, 172; ii 229, 243, 340–1
Outposts, i 139, 161, 223, 265, 316–7, 368–9, 394, 396; ii 18, 203, 291, 347, 350–1, 362–3, 439–40, 442, 475
Panic, i 47, 153, 256, 340; ii 41, 356, 358, 449
Passage of rivers, ii 12, 44–6, 49, 116–8, 165–6, 230–1, 293, 304–8, 409, 415, 417
Patrolling, i 220–1, 223, 226, 394; ii 347, 357, 362
“Pivot of operation,” ii 14, 199
Preliminary arrangements for attack, ii 441
Pursuit, i 65, 153, 193, 251–2, 263, 299, 301–2, 318, 331–5, 340–3, 385, 420; ii 39–41, 59, 69, 106, 176, 182, 226, 293, 305, 330, 332, 422, 468, 470
Rapidity, i 311, 353, 419
Rear guards, i 239, 245, 332–4, 343, 360, 394; ii 59, 136, 268
Reconnaissance, i 116, 139, 223–4, 225; ii 104, 183–4, 186, 189, 234, 347, 423, 429, 439
Reconnaissance in force, i 128–9, 172, 297–8; ii 137–8, 163, 171, 184, 293, 433–4
Reserves, i 142, 299, 339; ii 38, 40, 64, 66, 103, 159, 161, 190, 250, 268, 310, 420, 440
Retreat, i 147, 213, 218, 239–40, 245, 256; ii 59, 60, 67, 69, 70, 106, 116, 170, 226–7, 230, 410
Skirmishing, i 221, 377; ii 160, 346, 357, 363
Slopes of positions, i 298; ii 240
Steadiness and precision of movement, ii 357, 359, 362
Surprise, i 239, 317, 348, 373; ii 12, 70–1, 113–4, 146, 430, 442
Turning movements, i 31, 160, 239, 251, 318, 418, 430; ii 99, 183, 185, 196, 200, 228
Wood fighting, i 329; ii 32–3, 93, 95–8, 148, 155–6, 159, 181–2, 184, 190, 195, 218–9, 227, 309–10, 316–7, 415–6, 423–4, 426–7, 442, 447–8, 466, 474–5

Talavera, battle of, ii 191, 228, 271
Taliaferro, Colonel A. G., C.S.A., ii 145, 244, 271
Taliaferro, General W. B., C.S.A., i 309, 339; ii 92–3, 95, 125, 131, 141–3, 145, 147, 149, 153, 304, 308, 310, 318, 320, 374
Tariff, i 83
Taylor, Colonel Frank, U.S.A., i 52, 55
Taylor, General R., C.S.A., i 309–11, 313–4, 327–8, 332–3, 336, 339–40, 352, 355, 375, 379–81, 383, 431, 434; ii 26, 69
Taylor, General, U.S.A., i 28–9, 48–9
Telegraph, i 108, 194, 202, 351; ii 7, 121, 291, 336–7, 419, 425, 428, 480
Tents, i 222; ii 203, 205
Theatres of war, i 107–8, 426
“Thinking bayonet,” the, ii 361–3
Thomas, General, C.S.A., ii 95, 153, 156, 158–9, 161, 271, 309, 434, 436
Thomas, General, U.S.A., ii 485, 487
Toombs, General, C.S.A., ii 272
Torres Vedras, i 221, 419; ii 330, 492
Toulouse, battle of, 1814, ii 197
Transport, i 30, 106, 108, 138, 154, 173, 190, 192, 213, 236, 266, 346–7; ii 31, 46
Transport of troops by sea, i 28, 233, 235, 250, 252, 278–9; ii 31, 73, 84, 109–11, 122, 194
Trimble, General, C.S.A., i 309–11, 328, 337–9, 341, 373–7, 384, 434; ii 23–4, 26, 33, 38, 66, 91, 118, 145, 147–8, 153, 164, 184, 271, 414
Turenne, Marshal, i 108; ii 338
Twiggs, General, U.S.A., i 33
Tyler, General, U.S.A., i 142, 144, 150–1, 242–3, 251–2, 371, 379, 382–5, 431


U

Ulm, campaign of, i 418, 425; ii 197
Ulster, i 3, , 6, 93
Uniform. (See Dress)
Unionist feeling in the South, i 91, 95–6, 98, 102


V

Valley campaign, 1862, i 104, 110, 330–1, chapter xii 404; ii 19, 80–1, 186, 200, 204, 484–6
Valley of the Shenandoah, the, i 56, 119, 178, 267, 276, 317, 329, 366–7, 425
Valley of Virginia, the, i 56
Vera Cruz, siege of, i 27–9
Vimiera, battle of, ii 191
Vionville, battle of, ii 71
Vittoria, battle of, i 419; ii 196, 493
Volunteer officers, i 48, 104, 117, 254, 333; ii 203, 303, 348
Volunteers, American. (See also under Northern and Southern Soldiers), i 17–8, 33, 48–9; ii 109, 168, 354, 378


W

Walker, Colonel, C.S.A., ii 308–9, 317
Walker, General J. G., C.S.A., ii 123, 167, 204, 208, 213, 216, 218–21, 224, 233–4, 236, 238, 241–2, 250, 252–5, 257, 259, 272
Warren, General, U.S.A., ii 173, 177
Washington, General, President, U.S.A., i 6, 48, 75, 96, 101, 177, 224, 410; ii 343, 395, 494
Waterloo, battle of, i 208, 254, 418, 430; ii 59, 468, 491, 493
Weissembourg, battle of, 1870, ii 71
Wellington, i 4, 75, 146, 162, 170, 180, 208, 215, 221, 357, 414; ii 187, 191, 199, 201, 228, 330, 343, 347, 355, 371, 426, 468, 490–4
Western armies and campaigns, i 124, 213, 218, 224–5, 304; ii 15, 73–4, 206–7, 232, 330–1, 344, 397, 404
West Point, graduates of, i 104
West Point, Military Academy at, i 12–4, 16–9, 24
Wheeler, General, C.S.A., i 333
Whipple, General, U.S.A., ii 328, 434, 456
White, Dr. H. A., ii 18
White, General, U.S.A., ii 215, 223, 473
White Oak Swamp, engagement at, ii 49–57
White, Reverend Dr., i 155, 161, 164
Whiting, General, C.S.A., i 391, 393, 408, 439–40; ii 3, 18, 23, 24, 32, 34–5, 37–8, 42, 52, 61, 64–5, 79
Whittier, i 65
Wilbourn, Captain, C.S.A., ii 451
Wilcox, General, C.S.A., ii 178, 180–1, 272, 422, 462
Williams, General, U.S.A., i 235, 238, 248–9, 259–60, 263
Willis, Colonel, C.S.A., i 369
Winchester, battle of, chapter x 304, i 424, 427, 447; ii 202, 247, 341
Winder, General, C.S.A., i 295, 309, 345–6, 349, 351–2, 354, 380–5, 431; ii 18, 26, 32, 35, 40, 64, 90–3, 101, 287
Wolfe, General, i 4, 111; ii 494
Wolseley, Field-Marshal Lord, quoted, i 215, 413, 420; ii 280, 390, 489
Woodson, Captain, i 6
W ouml;rth, battle of, i 256, 430; ii 239, 278
Worth, General, U.S.A., i 28, 33, 36
Wright, General, C.S.A., ii 52–4, 61, 63, 272, 422
Wόrmser, General, i 41

 

 

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