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251, 252; orders of General Tuttle at Natchez, 253; | Representative in Thirty-Seventh Congress, 122; me
der-State Representatives, March 10, 1802, 210, 211;
tive slave law in, 18; vote on secession ordinance, 398, CRITTENDEN, JOHN J., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
48: member of the Committee of Thirteen, 70; Bor.
adjustment was lost in the Senate by refusal of South-
rions votes on his proposition, 6+67, (also see Adjust-
gress, 49; in Thirty-Seventh Congress, 1:22; resolutions specting defent of, 66, 67 ; telegram respecting same, 38;
allegerl authorship of the measure, 75; vote of thanks
to, of Virginia Conveution, 6; proposition in Senate
gitive slave law, 70.
Congress, 122; resolution respecting the cause and the
the President, 211; views on compensated emancipa-
resentative in Thirty-Seventb Congress, 122; resolu. cil of Kentucky, 8; Representative in First Rebel Con-
| CROSBY & NICHOLS, President Lincoln's letter to, 336.
Commissioners, 29-31; between President Lincoln and 07.
CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIANS, in East Tennessee, action of,
Mr. Parker on Peace Petition, 436; with Mr. Adams 400; Representative in First Congress, and death, 402.
grese, 49; telegram South, 37; withdrew, 4; Deputy in
49; chairman of Adjustment Committee of Thirty First Congress, 401.
Altoona Address, 233.
Louisiana, First Session Thirty-Eighth Congress, 141. CURTIS, SAMUEL R., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con-
gress, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 1:22; resigned, 1:23; Member
538; of Robert Taylor of Tennessee, for the murder of Conference, 63.
Cutler, WILLIAM P., Representative in Thirty-Seventh
in Thirty-Eighth, 140; amendment on pay of soldiers,
276; proposition relative to military commissions, 563. DAILY, SAMUEL G., Delegate from Nebraska, declaration of,
49: Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; adjust- | Daily News, New York, presented by grand jury and ex.
DASHIELL, JOHN II., statements of respecting church orders
in Baltimore, 625, 532; arrest and discharge of, 525.
I gress, 400: Representative in First Congresy, 402.
49; telegram sent South, 37; remarks upon Peace I gress, 49; withdrew, 4.
gress, 122 ; Thirty-Eighth, 110; rosolutions respecting Thirty-Eighth, 140; views on compensated emancipa-
tion, 213–217; motion to amend the new Article of
gress, 49; telegram South, 37; withdrew, 3; Deputy and the Anthony Burns affair, 244; proposition to
orod persons in the public service, 275; amendment to
engineer bill, 276; substitute for and amendments to
ment to the army appropriation bill, 278; amendment
shall be used to pay negroes, 283; like amendment to DEBTS, payable in "legal tenders," 357, 358; Secretary
DE CLOUET, A., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress, 11, 400.
in First Rebel Congress, 401; Rebel Attorney General, Congress, 49: address to people of Virginia, 40; Rep
renentative in First Rebel Congress, 402; Second, 402;
grees, 49; Thirty-Eighth, 140; Member of Committee DELAPLAINE, I AAC C., Representative in Thirty-Seventh
Legislature on ratifying anti-slavery amendment, 597.
member of Committee of Thirteen, and proposition in, gress, 140.
DENNIS, Jonx U., arrest of, 152; votes in Legislature of
inaugurated, 12; provisional Cabinet, 12, pernianent, DENNISON, MR., arrest of, 152.
compensated emancipation in, 212, 213.
disunion, extract from Senator Maclay's journal, 349;
49; member of Committee of Thirty-three, 53; mani and to Colonel James A. Hamilton, 435; Thomas H.
Francis Thomas, and extract from the National Intelle
30; extract from the speech of Mr. Lawrence M. Keitt,
proceedings of a Democratic meeting in Philadelpuia
gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 110; Franklin Pierce to Jeff. Davis, of January 6, 1800,
comments of New York Times on, 392; Mr. James L
words, 392; the couspiracy in Maryland, 332-400;
grers, 140; resolutions for amn-sty and peace, 299, 300, reply, note, 392; arrest of Marshal Kane and the Board
of Police of Baltimore, by General Banks, mentioned,
mediation, 315, 319, 350; letters of, to Secretary Seward, sioners, and from their Letter Book, found in their
Dix, JOHN A., Secretary of the Treasury, 28; bids for public
Convention, 16-18; in Virginia Rebel Legislaturo in in New York, arrest, and subsequent proceedings, 192-
Dixox, JAMES, Senator in the Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
601 ; of Rebel, 368; repudiation of Rebel debt as an Constitutiopal amendment so as to authorize the las
ing of exports, 592; explanation of, note, 593.
Disex, NATEAN, Reprosentative in Thirty-Eighta congress, | ELDER, Wx. HEYRY, Bishop of Natchez, Protest of, against
certain military orders, 538-541.
enrollment, 271; on commutation, 271.
concerning the, 54, 55, 57, 73. 87, 255, 256, 573, 574.
ELECTORAL vote of Rebel States, action respecting, 319,577,
Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140: Member of “Reconstruction."
establish bureau of Freedmen's affairs, 260; confisca-
reconstruction, 577; relative to Louisiana Case, vol.
ELLET, HENRY J., declined as Rebel Postmaster General, 400.
48; vote of, for President, in 1860, 1; member of Com 400; Representative in First Congress, 101 ; Second, 302.
President Lincoln's call, 114.
Secretary of War to enforco, 272; President's proclama- ELY, ALFRED, Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
Blair, Jr., 199, 200; substitute of Mr. Sedgwick, 200;
substitute of Mr. Walton, 200; substitute of Mr. J. S.
ered and will recommitted with instructions offered by
tion, (extract,) 345; Secretary Seward's reply, 345, 316; substitute of Mr. J. A. Bingham, 201, substitute of
Mr. Walton, 202.
EMANCIPATION, COMPENSATED, James B. McKean's resoln-
sage, March 6, 1862, 201; votes in House and Senate on
interview between the Presideut and some Border
Inmbia, 211, 213; colonization clanse of said bill re-
pealed, with report on, note, 212; President's Messige,
pensited emancipation, 213; President's appeal to the
Congress, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; member of Com 213-220; extracts from the President's second annual
inittee of Thirty-Three, 63; adjustment proposition, 54. Message, 220-224; the Missouri bill, 2:21-226; the dla-
Maryland, 226, 227; resolutions of Mr. Rollins of Mis-
22, 1862, 227; January 1, 1863, 228; votes thereon in
specting, 230, 231; visit of the Chicago deputation to
tion, 27 ; on Trent affair, 338-342; Lord Lyons, to, re well's statement in House, 232; address of loyal Gov.
jov. 233; the President's modification of General Free
245-247 : rescinding of General Ilunter's, 230; Alexan-
der H. Stephens'y prediction of, 25; Unitarian Conven-
tion of 1863 upon, 548; military cases under, 518, 551.
gress, 1:22; Thirty-Eighth, 110.
vote on secession, 398,
gress, 49; adjustment proposition of, 54.
Enquirer, Cincinnati, excluded from Kentucky, 192.
* fall of Sumter, 114; on terms of peace, 305 ; on negro
ENROLLMENT Act of March 3, 1863, 115; of February 24, and
Congress, 110; resolutions denouncing coercion, &c., certain aliens liable to, 116; all votes upon passage of,
five and fifty, 268; reports of Secretary of War and
gress, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; substitute for resolu. 263; judicial decisions upon, 272-274; punishment of
an editor for publishing articles against, 562; act of
cerning, 563, 564.
282, 427, 428, 611, 612.
400; rebre W., Deputy inon, caucus, 391. Fevealing the
ENROLLMENT, REBEL, 118, 119, 619_sec "Conscription."
structions to Major Anderson, 31; removal of rab Mc
arms, 34, 35; authorized to raise rebel troops, 1:0.
gress, 49; adjustment proposition of, 55; Clerk of the Thirty-Seventh, 1:12; Thirty-Eighth, 110.
402; Second, 102; peace pr positions, 303, 304; views
Convention of the States, 6:7.
tional Intelligencer of January, 1861, revealing the FORD, S. II., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress, 400.
FOREIGN ENLISTMENTs, allegedl, 313-315.
400; representative in First Rebel Congress, 401; 313; resolutions of Congress upon, 317; letter of Lod
Lyons to Earl Russell stating views of New York demo
crats or conservatives upon, 317, 31S.
FORNEY, JOHN W., Secretary of the Senate, 121.
FORT SUHTER, surrendered, 27; surrender dom: led by
Guvernor Pickens, and correspondence, 32; Mobile
112; Jeremiah Clemens's, 112; corrispondence preie
gard, 113, 111; Anderson's report, 114; rebel press oa
gress, 49; Thirty-Eighth, 140; resolution concerning FORTRESS MONROE, Governor Letcher's designs upon, 28
FORTS AND ARSENALS, Hunter's propos u to retrocede, so;
FOSTER, LAFAYETTE S., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
FOSTER, STEPEN C., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con
Fost R, THOMAS J., Representative in First Rebel Congress
| FOUKE, PIILIP B., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
FOWLER, Asi, Member of Peace Conference, 67.
gress, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 1:22; Thirty-Eighth, 110; gress, 18; Thirty-Seventh, 1-2.
FRANK, ArGUSTUS, Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress
48; Thirty-Seventh, 1222; Thirty-Eighth, 140.
49: Member of Committee of Thirty-three, 53; report, Legislature in 1861, S.
FRANKLIN, THOMAS E., Member of Peace Conferens, 68;
Congress, 12); resolution approving the emancipation FRAZIER, Captain, allusion to, 311.
FREEDMEN'S AFFAIRS, Bureau of, 259, 260, 594, 595.
gress, 100; Representative in First Congress, 102
gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 121 ; Thirty-Eighth, 140; from the mails, 138; report upon, 185-191; Archbishop
tion upon), in rebullom, 282.
tion and special military order of, and correspondence
concerning, 215-217; nominated for President, 412;
acceptance 4:3; letters of withdrawal. 425 42.
49; member of Praco Conference, 67
tion, 318-354; Mr. DeJarnette's resolution upon, ol7,
Eighth Congress, 111; action of Senato, 320, 321 ; yote FREN I MEDIATIOX, proffered and declined, 315, 346,
FRY, JAMES B., Provost Marshal General, order respecting
gress, 122; on Select Committee on compensated oman. on furloughing drafted clergymeu, 561.
FUGITIVE SLIVE Livs, conflicting views in South Carolina
Senate Committee of Thirteen, 70; votes on acts of
1793 and 1830, 231; the several bills to ameod or re-
48; withdrew, 4; intermediary between Col. Hype ceedings and votes, in Senato and Ilouse, on the repal
ing bill, 236, 237; Attorney General Bates's opinion
FUGITIVE SLAVE, orders concerning, in District of Colum
and vote in Congress concerning, 249, and R , 233,
comps, 230; General Buell's letter, offerinx to return,
Sixth Congress, 48, 49; Deputies in Rebel Provisional port of ficts respecting, 250; General Doubleday's or
concerning, and arrest, 231; I'r silent Lincoln's onder
Grant's orders, 443, 444; escapes of, betwoon 1850 and GOODRICH, JOAN Z., Member of Peace Conference, 67.
GOODWIN, Joax N., Representative in Thirty-seventh Come
GOVERNORS, of the northern States, responses of, to the
defiant responses of, to same, 114, 115; address of loyal
Governors, 232, 233; address of rebel, 40.
grens, 1+0; amendment to the enrollment bill, 209; cius Robinson suggested his nomination at Cleveland,
413; letter to President Lincoln on his campaign of
gress, 100; Representative in First Congress, 401; 431; letters to Mr. E. B. Washburne on slavery and re-
colored sol.liers, 443; orders 'respecting fugitive slaves,
gress, 102; votes in secession convention of Arkansus, ference, 507, 508; letter of August 30, 1862, on recon-
struction, note, 571; correspondenco with General Lee
GRAY, PETER W., Representative in First Rebel Congress,
Congress, 49; address to the people of Virginia, 40; GREELEY, IIORACE, Correspondence of, and a Virginia post-
President's letter to, 31; the Niagara Conference, 301-
| GREEN, JAMES S., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
telegram to Missouri on first vote on Mr. Crittenden's
gross, 49; sent telegram South, 37; withdrew, 3; GREEX, N. H., request for special session of the Legislature
GREGO, Joan, Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress, 11,
Greod, MAXcy, remarks in South Carolina Convention, 17;
ing, :85; joint resolntion proposed, to drop from the GRIDER, ITENRY, Representative in Thirty-Seventh Congress,
loyal slave-owners, 566.
of the West Chester (Pa.) Jeffersonian, 431-42; opinion
Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48, 49; Deputies in Rebel Provi.GRIMES, JAMES W., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
Natchez order, 253, on newspaper suppression, 194,
on confiscating deserters' property, 504.
GROW, GALUSHA A., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con-
GUERRILLAS, legislation upon, 271; bill reported in the
49; member of Boruer-States Committee, 73; Repro GUERRILLAS, Rebel legislation upon, 119; commission under,
119; Virginia resolutions respecting, 119.
GURLEY, JOON A., Represeu tative in Thirty-Sixth Con.
GUTHRIE, JAMES, Member of Peace Conference, 68 : votes
GWINN, C. J.M., telegram respecting interview with Gen-
murder of a slave muster, 550, 551.
sition to pay officers, soldiers, contractors for supplies 155-158; Attorney General Bates, 158-161; Horaco
of, in certain cases, 177; general suspension, 177, 178;
Clellan's order to General Banks to suspend, if neces.
solutions concerning, 182, 183; act for suspension, and
vote on ordinance of secession, r :7; Represeutative Johnson to Chief Justice Taney, note, 155.
| HABEAS CORPUS, Rebel suspensions of, 121; resolutions