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Faulkner's (John K.) Cavalry. See Kentucky Troops, Union, 7th Regiment.

Faulkner's (W. W.) Cavalry. See Kentucky Troops, Confederate, 12th Regiment.

Fearing's (Benjamin D.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 92nd Regiment.

Felton's (Charles H.) Artillery. See Illinois Troops, 2nd Regiment, Battery L.

Fenner's (Charles E.) Artillery. See Louisiana Troops.

Ferguson's (Stephen M.) Infantry. See Kentucky Troops, Union, 39th Regiment.

Ferguson's (Thomas B.) Artillery. See South Carolina Troops.

Ferrell's (Coleman B.) Artillery. See Georgia Troops.

Fesler's (John R.) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 27th Regiment.

Fidler's (William H.) Cavalry. See Kentucky Troops, Union, 6th Regiment.

Finn's (Richard P.) Infantry. See Kentucky Troops, Confederate, 6th Regiment.

Fisher's (James M.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 93rd Regiment.

Fitch's (John A.) Artillery. See Illinois Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery E.

Fitzgibbon's (Thomas C.) Infantry. See Michigan Troops, 14th Regiment.

Fitzpatrick's (James) Infantry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 28th Regiment.

Flad's (Henry) Engineers. See Missouri Troops, Union, 1st Regiment.

Flanders' (George A.) Infantry. See New Hampshire Troops, 8th Regiment.

Flood's (James P.) Artillery. See Illinois Troops, 2nd Regiment, Battery C.

Flournoy's (Camp) Infantry. See Louisiana Troops, 19th Regiment.

Flournoy's (Peter C.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Confederate, 2nd and 6th Regiments.

Flournoy's (Thomas C.) Cavalry. See Horace H. Miller's Cavalry, post.

Floyd's (Spencer B.) Infantry. See Illinois Troops, 120th Regiment.

Follett's (Joseph L.) Artillery. See Missouri Troops, Union, 1st Regiment, Battery G.

Foote's (Thaddeus) Cavalry. See Michigan Troops, 10th Regiment.

Ford's (Martin J.) Infantry. See Georgia TroopsRegiment.

Foreman's (Benjamin F.) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 63rd Regiment.

Forrest's (Jeffrey E.) Cavalry. See Alabama Troops, Confederate.

Forrest's (Nathan B.) Cavalry Regiment. See Tennessee Troops, Confederate.

Forrest's (William H.) Cavalry. See Nathan B. Forrest's Cavalry Regiment, ante.

Forsyth's (Robert C.) Artillery. See Alabama Troops,t Battalion.

Foster's (James C.) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 59th Regiment.

Foster's (Nathaniel H.) Heavy Artillery. See Union Troops, Colored, 12th Regiment.

Foster's (William G.) Infantry. See Georgia Troops, 65th Regiment.

Fouts' (Thomas D.) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 137th Regiment.

Fowler's (William H.) Artillery. See Alabama Troops, Confederate.

Fox's (Benton D.) Infantry. See Michigan Troops, 21st Regiment.

Fox's (Ogden W.) Infantry. See Wisconsin Troops, 14th Regiment.

Frambes' (Granville A.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 59th Regiment.

Frayser's (R. Dudley) Infantry. See Tennessee Troops, Confederate, 15th and 37th Regiments.

Frohock's (William T.) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 66th Regiment.

Fry's (John C.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 20th Regiment.

Fuller's (Charles A.) Heavy Artillery. See Louisiana Troops, 1st Regiment.

Fulton's (George W.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 21st Regiment.

Fulton's (Robert A.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 53rd Regiment.

Fyan's (Robert W.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 24th Regiment.

Gaines' (John F.) Cavalry. See Alabama Troops, Confederate, 53rd Regiment.

Gallagher's (Thomas) Artillery. See Michigan Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery L.

Gamblin's (E. D.) Cavalry. See MISSISSIPPI Troops, Confederate.

Gandolfo's (John B.) Infantry. See New York Troops, 178th Regiment.

Gardner's (George Q.) Artillery. See Wisconsin Troops, 5th Battery.

Garland's (Hugh A.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Confederate, 1st and 4th Regiments.

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*Also temporarily commanding detachments 81st and 95th Illinois (Worden's Battalion).

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RICHMOND, PETERSBURG

THE WAR OF THE REBELLION:

A COMPILATION OF THE

OFFICIAL RECORDS

OF THE

UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES.

A

HBAR ENTERPRISE

PRODUCT

COPYRGHT 1995

PUBLISHED

UNDER THE DIRECTION

OF

The Honorable

STEPHEN B. ELKINS,

Secretary of War,

BY

Major GEORGE B. DAVIS, U. S. A.,

MR. LESLIE J. PERRY,

MR. JOSEPH W. KIRKLEY,

Board of Publication.

SERIES I

VOLUME XI

IN THREE PARTS.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1892.

PREFACE

The work of preparing the records of the war for public use was begun under the resolution of Congress of May 19, 1864, by Adjt. General E. D. Townsend, U. S. Army, who caused copies to be made of reports of battles on file in his office and steps to be taken to collect missing records.

Under the provisions of joint resolution Numbers 91, of 1866, Honorable Peter H. Watson was appointed to supervise the preparation and formulate a plan for the publication of the records, but he did no work and drew no pay under this appointment, which expired July 27, 1868, by limitation of the resolution. This resolution also repealed the former one and work ceased.

The First decisive step taken in this work was the act of June 23, 1874, providing the necessary means "to enable the Secretary of War to begin the publication of the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, both of the Union and Confederate Armies," and directing him "to have copied for the Public Printer all reports, letters, telegrams, and general orders, not heretofore copied or printed, and properly arranged in chronological order." Appropriations have been made from time to time for continuing such preparation. Under this act the preliminary work was resumed by General Townsend, who first outlined the plan on which the records are printed, though it appears that originally he contemplated publishing to the world only the more important military reports.

Subsequently, under meager appropriations, it was prosecuted in a somewhat desultory manner by various subordinates of the War Department until December 14, 1877, when the Secretary of War, perceiving that the undertaking needed the unaided attention of a single head, detailed Lieutenant Colonel Robert N. Scott, U. S. Army, to take charge of the bureau and devote himself exclusively to the work.

The act of June 23, 1874, greatly enlarged upon the first crude scheme of publication. On this more comprehensive basis it was determined that the volumes should include not only the battle reports, but also "all official documents that can be obtained by the compiler, and that appear to be of any historical value." Colonel Scott systematized the work and the plan and presented the records

in the following order of arrangement, which has been adhered to by his successors:

The First series will embrace the formal reports, both Union and Confederate, of the first seizures of United States property in the Southern States, and of all military operations in the field, with the correspondence, orders, and returns relating specially thereto, and, as proposed, is to be accompanied by an Atlas.

In this series the reports will be arranged according to the campaigns and several theaters of operations (in the chronological order of the events), and the Union reports of any event will, as a rule, be immediately followed by the Confederate accounts. The correspondence, &c., not embraced in the "reports" proper will follow (first Union and next Confederate) in chronological order.

The second series will contain the correspondence, orders, reports, and returns, Union and Confederate, relating to prisoners of war, and (so far as the military authorities were concerned) to State or political prisoners.

The third series will contain the correspondence, orders, reports, and returns of the Union authorities (embracing their correspondence with the Confederate officials) not relating specially to the subjects of the first and second series. It will set forth the annual and special reports of the Secretary of War, of the General-in-Chief, and of the chiefs of the several staff corps and departments; the calls for troops, and the correspondence between the National and the several State authorities.

The fourth series will exhibit the correspondence, orders, reports, and returns of the Confederate authorities, similar to that indicated for the Union Officials, as of the third series, but excluding the correspondence between the Union and Confederate authorities given in that series.

The first volume of the records was issued in the early fall of 1880. The act approved June 16, 1880, provided "for the printing and binding, under direction of the Secretary of War, of 10,000 copies of a compilation of the Official Records (Union and Confederate) of the War of the Rebellion, so far as the same may be ready for publication, during the fiscal year;" and that" of said number 7,000 copies shall be for the use of the House of Representatives, 2,000 copies for the use of the Senate, and 1,000 copies for the use of the Executive Departments." Under this act Colonel Scott proceeded to publish the first five volumes of the records.*

*All subsequent volumes have been distributed under the act approved August 7, 1882, which provides that:

"The volumes of the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion shall be distributed as follows: One thousand copies to the Executive Department, as now provided by law. One thousand copies for distribution by the Secretary of War among officers of the Army and contributors to the work. Eight thousand three hundred copies shall be sent by the Secretary of War to such libraries, organizations, and individual as may be designated by the Senators, Representatives, and Delegates of the Forty-seventh Congress. Each Senator shall designate not exceeding twenty-six, and each Representative and Delegate not exceeding twenty-one, of such addresses, and the volumes shall be sent thereto from time to time as they are published, until the publication is completed. Senators, Representatives, and Delegates shall inform the Secretary of War in each case how many volumes of those heretofore published they have forwarded to such addresses. The remaining copies of the eleven thousand to be published, and all sets that may not be ordered to be distributed as provided herein, shall be sold by the Secretary of War for cost of publication with ten per cent, added thereto, and the proceeds of such sale shall be

Colonel Robert N. Scott died March 5, 1887, before the completion of the work, which, during a ten years' service, he had come to love so dearly. At his death some twenty-six books only had been issued, but he had compiled a large amount of matter for forthcoming volumes; consequently his name as compiler was retained in all the books up to and including Vol. XXXVI, although his successors had added largely to his compilations from new material found after his demise.

The Secretary of War, May 7, 1887, assigned Lieutenant Colonel H. M. Lazelle, U. S. Army, to duty as the successor of Colonel Scott. He had continued in charge about two years, when, in the act approved March 2, 1889, it was provided-

That hereafter the preparation and publication of said records shall be conducted, under the Secretary of War, by a board of three persons, one of whom shall be an officer of the Army, and two civilian experts, to be appointed by the Secretary of War, the compensation of said civilian experts to be fixed by the Secretary of War.

The Secretary of War appointed Major George B. Davis, Judge Advocate, U. S. Army, as the military member, and Leslie, J. Perry, of Kansas, and Joseph W. Kirkley, of Maryland, as the civilian expert members of said board. The board assumed direction of the publication at the commencement of the fiscal year 1889, its first work beginning with Serial Numbers 36 of Vol. XXIV.

Each volume includes a copious and accurate index, and for the further convenience of investigators there will be, in addition, a general index to the entire set when complete in a volume by itself.

Nothing is printed in these volumes except duly authenticated contemporaneous records of the war. The scope of the board's work is to decide upon and arrange the matter to be published; to correct and verify the orthography of the papers used, and occasionally to add a foot-note of explanation.

GEO. B. DAVIS, Major and J. A., U. S. A.,

LESLIE J. PERRY, Civilian Expert,

JOSEPH W. KIRKLEY, Civilian Expert,

Board of Publication.

Approved:

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington, D. C., August 1, 1891.

covered into the Treasury. If two or more sets of said volumes are ordered to the same address, the Secretary of War shall inform the Senators, Representatives, or Delegates who have designated the same, who thereupon may designate other libraries, organizations, or individuals. The Secretary of War shall report to the first session of the Forty-eighth Congress what volumes of the series heretofore published have not been furnished to such libraries, organizations, and individuals. He shall also inform distributes at whose instance the volumes are sent."

CONTENTS.

CHAPTER LII.

Page.

Operations in Southeastern Virginia and North Carolina.

June13-July31, 1864....................................... 1-822

CONTENTS OF PRECEDING VOLUMES.

VOLUME I.

CHAPTER I. Page

Operations in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina.

December 20, 1860-April 14, 1861......................... 1-317

CHAPTER II.

The secession of Georgia. January 3-26, 1861............318-325

CHAPTER III.

The secession of Alabama and Mississippi.

January4-20, 1861...................................... 326-330

CHAPTER IV.

Operations in Florida. January 6-August

31, 1861............................................... 331-473

CHAPTER V. Page

The secession of North Carolina.

January 9-May 20, 1861................................. 474-488

CHAPTER VI.

The secession of Louisiana. January 10-

February 19, 1861....................................... 489-501

CHAPTER VII.

Operations in Texas and New Mexico.

February 1-June 11, 1861................................ 502-636

CHAPTER VIII.

Operations in Arkansas, the Indian Territory,

and Missouri. February 7-May 9, 1861................... 637-691

VOLUME II.

CHAPTER IX. Page.

Operations in Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.

April 16-July 31, 1861...................................1-1012

VOLUME III.

CHAPTER X. Page.

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Indiana Territory. May 10-November 19, 1861...................... 1-749

VOLUME IV.

CHAPTER XI. Page.

Operations in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, June

11, 1861-February 1, 1862................................ 1-174

CHAPTER XII.

Operations in Kentucky and Tennessee.

July 1-November 19, 1861............................... 175-565

CHAPTER XIII.

Operations in North Carolina and Southeastern Virginia.

August 1, 1861-January 11, 1862......................... 566-721

VOLUME V.

CHAPTER XIV. Page.

Operations in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and

WestVirginia. August1, 1861-March17, 1862................. 1-1106

VOLUME VI.

CHAPTER XV. Page.

Operations on the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia,and Middle and East Florida. August21, 1861-April11, 1862............ 1-435

CHAPTER XVI. Page.

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi, and Louisiana. September1, 1861-May12, 1862..436-894

VOLUME VII.

CHAPTER XVII. Page.

Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, N. Alabama, and

S. W. Virginia. Nov.19, 1861- March 4, 1862.............. 1-946

VOLUME XIII.

CHAPTER XVIII. Page.

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Indian Territory.

Nov. 19, 1861-April 10, 1862.............................1-834

VOLUME IX.

CHAPTER XIX. Page.

Operations in Southeastern Virginia.

January11-March17, 1862.....................................1-71

CHAPTER XX. Page.

Operations in North Carolina,

January11-August20, 1862................................ 72-480.

CHAPTER XXI. Page.

Operations in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.

February1-September20, 1862............................. 481-736

VOLUME X-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXII.

Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Alabama, and Southwest Virginia.

March 4-June 10, 1862.

Page

Part I-Reports.......................................... 1-927

PartII-Correspondence,etc............................... 1-642

VOLUME XI-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER XXIII.

The Peninsular Campaign, Virginia. March 17-September 2, 1862.

Page.

Part I-Report,

March 17-June 24.........................................1-1077

Part II-Reports,

June 25-September 2.......................................1-994

PartIII-Correspondence, etc...............................1-691

VOLUME XII-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER XXIV.

Operations in Northern Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland. March 17-September 2, 1862.

Page.

Part I-Reports, March 17-June 25...................... 1-818

Part II-Reports, June 26-September 2................... 1-820

PartIII-Correspondence, ................................ 1-966

VOLUME XIII.

CHAPTER XXV. Page

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, the Indian Territory, and the Department of the Northwest.

April10-November20, 1862................................. 1-981

VOLUME XIV.

CHAPTER XXVI. Page.

Operations on the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia,and Middle and East Florida.

April12, 1862-June11, 1863................................ 1-1025

VOLUME XV.

CHAPTER XXVII. Page.

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern

Mississippi (embracing all operations against Vicksburg,

May 18-July 27, 1862), and Louisiana, May 12, 1862-May 14,

1863; and operations in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.

September20, 1862-May14, 1863..............................1-1135

VOLUME XVI-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXVIII.

Operations in Kentucky, Middle and East Tennessee, North Alabama, and Southwest Virginia. June 10-October 31, 1862.

Page.

Part I-Reports......................................... 1-1168

Part II-Correspondence, etc............................. 1-1017

VOLUME XVII-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXIX.

Operations in West Tennessee and Northern Mississippi.

June 10, 1862-January 20, 1863.

Page.

Part I-Reports.......................................... 1-807

Part II-Correspondence, etc.............................. 1-916

VOLUME XVIII.

CHAPTER XXX.

Page.

Operations in North Carolina and Southeastern Virginia.

August 20, 1862-June 3, 1863............................ 1-1104

VOLUME XIX-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXI.

Operations in Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland,

and Pennsylvania. September 3-November 14, 1862

Page.

Part I-Reports, September 3-20......................... 1-108

Part II-Reports, September 20-November 14; Correspondence,

etc., September 3-November 14........................... 1-739

VOLUME XX-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXII.

Operations in Kentucky, Middle, and East Tennessee, North

Alabama, and Southwest Virginia. November 1, 1862-January

20, 1863.

Page.

Part I-Reports......................................... 1-997

Part II-Correspondence, etc............................. 1-516

VOLUME XXI.

CHAPTER XXXIII.

Page.

Operations in Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland,

and Pennsylvania. November 15, 1862-January 25, 1863.....................................................1-1152

VOLUME XXII-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXIV.

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, the Indiana

Territory, and the Department of the Northwest.

November 20, 1862-December 31, 1863.

Page.

Part I-Reports......................................... 1-926

Part II-Correspondence, etc............................. 1-1163

VOLUME XXIII-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXV.

Operations in Kentucky, Middle and East Tennessee, North Alabama, and Southwest Virginia. January 21-August 10, 1863.

Page.

Part I-Reports.......................................... 1-858

Part II-Correspondence, etc.............................. 1-969

VOLUME XXIV-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXVI.

Operations in Mississippi and West Tennessee, including those in Arkansas and Louisiana connected with the Siege of Vicksburg. January 20-August 10, 1863.

Page.

Part I-Reports, January 20-May 15, including the

"General Reports" for whole period.

January 20-August 10..................................... 1-787

Part II-Reports, May 16-August 10....................... 1-699

PartIII-Correspondence,etc...............................1-1070

VOLUME XXV-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXVII.

Operations in Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. January 26-June 3, 1863.

Page.

Part I - Reports ...................................... 1-1123

Part II- Correspondence, etc............................ 1-862

VOLUME XXVI-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXVIII.

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico. May 14-December 31, 1863.

Page.

Part I - Reports, Union Correspondence, etc............. 1-920

Part II - Confederate Correspondence, etc............... 1-581

VOLUME XXVII-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER XXXIX.

Operations in North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Department of the East. June 3-August 3, 1863

Page.

Part I - Reports.................................. 1-1059

Part II -Reports.................................. 1-1005

Part III- Correspondence, etc.......................1-1092

VOLUME XXVIII-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XL.

Operations on the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia, and in Middle and East Florida. June 12-December 31-1863

Page

Part I - Reports....................................... 1-755

Part II- Correspondence, etc........................... 1-609

VOLUME XXIX-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XLI.

Operations in North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, August 4-December 31, 1863.

Page.

Part I-Reports.......................................... 1-1018

Part II-Correspondence, etc.............................. 1-938

VOLUME XXX- IN FOUR PARTS.

CHAPTER XLII.

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Alabama, and North Georgia, August 11-October 19, 1863.

Page

Part I-Reports....................................

Part II-Reports.......................................... 1-821

Part III-Union Correspondence, etc...................... 1-1017

Part IV- Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc....... 1-768

VOLUME XXXI-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER XLIII.

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Alabama, and North Georgia. October 20-December 31, 1863

Page

Part I-Reports and Union Correspondence.................. 1-852

Part II-Reports.......................................... 1-782

Part III-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc....... 1-893

VOLUME XXXII-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER XLIV.

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and North Georgia, January 1-April 30, 1864.

Page.

Part I-Reports........................................ 1-703

Part II-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc..... 1-833.

Part III-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.... 1-879

VOLUME XXXIII.

CHAPTER XLV.

Page

Operations in North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. January 1-April 30, 1864................................................. 1-1335

VOLUME XXXVI-IN FOUR PARTS.

CHAPTER XLVI.

Operations in Louisiana and the Trans-Mississippi States and Territories. January 1-June 30, 1864

Page.

Part I-Reports.......................................... 1-1058

Part II- Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc...... 1-1107

Part III-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc....... 1-835

Part IV -Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc....... 1-701

VOLUME XXXV-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XLVII.

Operations in South Carolina and Florida, and on the Georgia Coast. January 1 -November 13, 1864.

Page.

Part I-Reports, Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc................................................... 1-646.

Part II- Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc..... 1-650

VOLUME XXXVI-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER XLVIII.

Operations in Southeastern Virginia and North Carolina. May 1-June 12, 1864.

Part I-Reports......................................... 1-1101

Part II-Reports, Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.................................................... 1-1027

Part III-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.................................................... 1-903

VOLUME XXXVII-IN TWO PARTS.

CHAPTER XLIX.

Operations in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, May 1-August 3, 1864.

Page.

Part I-Reports, Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc...................................................... 1-770

Part II-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc...................................................... 1-606

VOLUME XXXVIII-IN FIVE PARTS.

CHAPTER L.

The Atlanta, Ga., Campaign. May 1-September 8, 1864

Page

Part I-Reports....................................... 1-936

Part II-Reports....................................... 1-930

Part III-Reports...................................... 1-1008

Part IV-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc................................................... 1-807

PartV-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.................................................... 1-1031.

VOLUME XXXIX-IN THREE PARTS.

CHAPTER LI.

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and North Georgia (the Atlanta Campaign excepted.). May 1-November 13, 1864.

Page

Part I-Reports........................................... 1-908

Part II-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc...................................................... 1-899

Part III-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc...................................................... 1-918

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