The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives Illustrative Incidents, Poetry, Etc, Volume 6 (Google eBook)

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Frank Moore
Putnam, 1863 - United States
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Contents

Execution of Porters Guerrillas
27
The Provisional Cowl in Louisiana
29
Battle of Pocotaligo S C
34
Capture of the Scotia and Anglia
41
Skirmish at Blackwatcr Va
42
Battle at Labadieville La
44
Fight at Cross Hollows Ark
50
Fight on the Ridgcville Road Va
51
Battle on the Osage River
52
Captain Strouls Expedition
55
Skirmish near Philomont Va
56
The Georgia State Defences
57
Expedition to Pittmans Ferry Mo
58
Battle of Prairie Grove Ark
60
Battle of Fredericksburgh Va
79
Battle of Stone River Tenn
112
Battle near Brashcar City La
174
Battle of Nashville Tenn
175
Fight at Barbees CrossRoads Va
177
McClellans Farewell Address
179
President Lincolns Sabbath Order
181
Battle of Cane Hill Ark
182
Retaliation of the Rebels
185
Expedition to Apalachicola Fla
186
Affair at Haymarket Va
187
FiglU at Waverly Tenn
188
Colonel Lees Rcconnoissance
189
General Butlers Order on Confiscation
190
General Fosters Expedition into N C
191
Expedition to Greenbrier Va
194
Fight near Fayettevillc Va
195
Skirmish at Rural Hills Tonn
198
Expedition to Doboy River Ga
200
Paxlons Expedition to Cold Knob Va
201
The Emancipation Proclamation
207
Morgans Rebel Raid in Kentucky
208
Governor Letchers Proclamation Nov 13
212
The Advance on Holly Springs Miss
214
The Second Minnesota Volunteers
215
Action near Franklin Va
217
General Hallecks Report Dec 2
218
Surrender of Winchester Va
228
General Hindmans Address Dec 4
229
General Washburnes Operations in Miss
230
Order of General Brayman 23
235
Skirmish near Lebanon Tenn 286
237
Fight near La Vergne Tenn
245
Action near Brentville Tenn
246
Rebel Raid in Crawford Co Mo 24
250
Fight at Zuni Va
251
Destruction of the Cairo
253
General Sutlers Farewell Address to the Army of the Gulf
269
Proclamation by General Banks at NewOr leans December 16
271
Operations of Wolfords Cavalry in Tenn
272
Expedition of Colonel Dickey to the Mobile and Ohio Railroad
273
Inspection of Army HorsesJohn S Kareys Report
275
Surrender of Holly Springs Miss
276
Affairs at Trenton and Humboldt Tenn
283
Fight at Daviss Mills Miss
284
Skirmish on the Tallahatchie
287
The Fight at Hartsvillc Tenn
288
Governor Shorter1 s Appeal to the People of Alabama
290
Proclamation of Jefferson Davis Dec 23
291
Proclamation of General Banks Dec 24
293
Speech of Jefferson Davis before the Missis sippi Legislature Dec 26
294
Colonel Ilobsons Report of Morgans Raid into Kentucky
301
Fight at Dumfries Va
305
Capture of Van Buren Ark
307
General Shermans Expedition
310
Expedition of Gen Carter into EastTenn
322
The Loss of ihc Monitor
325
Battle of Parkers CrossRoads Tenn
327
Attack on Galveston Texas
337
Address to President Lincoln by the People of Manchester England
344
Capture of the Antona
345
Attack on Springfield Mo
346
Battle of Hartsville Mo January 11 1863
352
Destruction of the Hattcras 857
357
Battle of Arkansas Post Ark 860
360
Barbarities of the Guerrillas
374
Message of Jefferson Davis Jan 12 1863 874
383
Loss of the Queen of the West
385
Fight at Bayou Teche Louisiana
389
The Escape of the Oreto 892
392
Governor Vances Message Jan 21 1863
393
Colonel Mixs Expedition into NorthCarolina
394
General Burn sides second attempt to cross the Rappa hannock
396
Barbarities of the Rebels in Alabama
400
Battle of Bear River W T
401
Loss of the Isaac Smith
404
Battle of the Deserted House Va
405
Naval Fight of Charleston S C
407
Battle at Mingo Swamp Mo
415
Attack on Fort Donelson Tenn February 1863
416
Battle of Fort McAllister Ga
433
Battle at Thompsons Station Tenn
439
Raid on Fairfax CourtHouse Va
443
Recapture of Jacksonville Fla
444
President Lincolns Proclamation March
445
Governor Cannons Proclamation March
446
Resolutions of the Delaware Legislature
447
Fight at Greenwood Ark
448
Skirmish at Spanish Wells S C
449
Attack on Newbern N ft
450
Battle at Port Hudson Miss
451
Fight at Kellys Ford? Va
458
The Steeles Bayou Expedition
461
Battle of Vaughts Hill Tenn
465
Battle at Bear River W T
468
Capture of Mount Sterling Ky
470
Occupation of Ponchatoula La
471
Correspondence between Governor Stanly and General Hill
474
Battle of Murfrecsboro Tenn
476
Surrender at Brentwood Tenn
481
Expedition to Jacksonville Fla
482
Capture of the Diana
486
Occupation of Coless Island S C
487
Battle near Somerset Ky
490
Rebel Raid on Point Pleasant Va
495
Expedition up the Yazoo River
496
Presi dent Lincolns Proclamation
498
Medals of Honor to SeamenSecretary Wellcss Order
499
Message of Governor Bon ham April 3
500
Bombardment of Fort Sumter ApL 7 1863 602
502
the South April 10 1863
516
Fight at Franklin Tenn
518
Attack on the Sam Gaty
521
Captain Osbands Expedition
522
Governor Vances Appeal to the Planters of NorthCarolina
524
Fight near Pascagoula Miss
525
Battle at Blounts Mills N C
526
Operations on Bayou Teche La
527
Fight on the Nanscmond River
546
Colonel Griersons Raid 648
552
Battle of Fayetteville Ark April 18 1863
553
Colonel Streights Raid into Georgia
556
The March to Washington N C General Heckmans Report
559
Operations on the Tennessee and Cumber land Rivers
560
Marmadukes Rebel Raid into Southeastern Missouri
561
Battle of Fairmont Va
564
Attack on Grand Gulf Miss
566
Battle of Port Gibson Miss
567
Fight at Monticello Ky 675
578
Battle of Chanccllorsville Va
579
Capture of Grand Gulf Miss COo 185 Fight at Warrenton Junction Va
600
Claytons Raid in Arkansas
601
Capture of Alexandria Miss 003
603
President Lincolns Enrolment Proclama tion
611
Baltic at Raymond Miss
612
Capture of Jackson Miss
614
Battle of Champion Hill Miss
615
Fight at Black River Bridge Miss
620
Capture of Haines Bluff Yazoo River
621
Fight near Fort Gibson Ark
623
Colonel Chickerings Expedition
624
Affair near Middlcton Tenn
626
The Charge at Vieksburgh
627
Operations at Port Hudson
630
Fight near Austin Miss
634
Fight near Greenwich Va
636
Gen McClernands Order
637
Mitchel by W F Williams 1
1
But God is our All by M H Cobb 2
2
When the Great Rebellions Over 3
3
The March of the Regiment by UH H B 4
4
Partisan Warriors 5
5
Rebel Epigram on Gen Butler 10
10
Twentyeighth of JuneGood Bye 11
11
Elegy on my Leg 12
12
IS The Red White and Blue by S B S of Eleventh Michigan Volunteers 13
13
The Volunteers Burial by Park Benjamin 14
14
Happy Land of Canaan by One of the Fifty seventh Ohio 15
15
The Cruise of the Santiago de Cuba 16
16
A Question which MajorGeneral Hallcck wont Answer 19
19
Battle Ode to Virginia 21
21
The Rebel in the Woods22
22
The Battle Autumn of 1862 ay John G Whicr1b
24
A Recruiting Rally by Portland 25
25
A Song without a Title by Ferguson Twen tyfirst Indiana Volunteers 26
26
A Song of Lamentation 27
27
The Eagle of Corinth by H H B 28
28
A National Hymn by Park Benjamin 29
29
The Old Sergeant Louisville Journal 32
32
Forever and Forever by G W Bungay 34
34
Abraham Lincoln January First 1863 by W D Gallagher 35
35
Braggs Last Order to Wheeler after the second Fort Donclson Defeat 38
38
War Song by W H Woodcock 41
41
The Hour and the Man by W D G 47
47

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Page 214 - And I further declare and make known that such persons of suitable condition will be received into the armed service of the United States to garrison forts, positions, stations, and other places and to man vessels of all sorts in said service.
Page 214 - States are and henceforward shall be free; and that the Executive government of the United States, including the military and naval authorities thereof, will recognize and maintain the freedom of said persons.
Page 213 - That on the first day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three, all persons held as slaves within any State or designated part of a State, the people whereof shall then be in rebellion against the United States, shall be then, thenceforward, and forever, free...
Page 213 - ... order and designate as the states and parts of states wherein the people thereof, respectively, are this day in rebellion against the United States, the following, to wit: Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana (except the parishes of St.
Page 187 - The President, Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy, desires and enjoins the orderly observance of the Sabbath by the officers and men in the military and naval service. The importance for man and beast of the prescribed weekly rest, the sacred rights of Christian soldiers and sailors, a becoming deference to the best sentiment of a Christian people, and a due regard for 20 the Divine will, demand that Sunday labor in the Army and Navy be reduced to the measure of strict necessity.
Page 213 - That the Executive will, on the first day of January aforesaid, by proclamation designate the states and parts of states, if any, in which the people thereof respectively shall then be in rebellion against the United States; and the fact that any state, or the people thereof, shall on that day be in good faith represented in the congress of the United States by members chosen thereto at elections wherein a majority of the qualified voters...
Page 233 - The President directs that you cross the Potomac and give battle to the enemy, or drive him south. Your army must move now, while the roads are good.
Page 192 - ... that on the first day of january in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and sixtythree all persons held as slaves within any state or designated part of a state the people whereof shall then be in rebellion against the united states shall be then thenceforward and forever free...

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