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49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; at Bor- | MCALLISTER, ARCHIBALD, Representative in Thirty-Eighth
withdrew, 3; intermediary between Col. Hayne and laud, 3:17.
members of the Legislature of Maryland, 153; order
respecting President's emaucipation proclamation, note,
promulgating and enforcing the President's order re-
of to Earl Russell, 27; reported conversation with of, respecting election of 1861 in Maryland, 308, 309;
urged a draft in 1861, 274 ; letter on political adminis
W. Woodward as Governor of Pennsylvania, 386; noini-
Bjana, 11 ; received by convention, 4; vote on seces Convention, 420; letters of notification and acceptance,
420, 4:21; accepting membership in the McClellan be
McCLERNAND, JOHN A., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con.
justment proposition, 54; member of Border State
McClurg, JOSEPH W., Representative in Thirty-Eighth
McCUBBIN, Mr., arrest of, 153.
McDOUGALLJAMES A., Senator in Thirty-Seventh Congress,
Stone's arrest, 179, 180; on monarchical governmenta
pation in Mexico, 348, 349; amendment to enrollment
bill to abolish substitution, 264.
I in Virginia, 251.
Congress, 140; resolution on arrests and habeas con
specting fugitivo slave law, note, 235.
members of Peace Conference, 67; Thirty-Sixth Cun. gress, 400; Representative in First Congress, 402.
MckenTY, JACOB K., Representativo in Thirty-Sixth Con-
Mckinney, John F., Representativo in Thirty-Eighth Con-
address of, to people of Virginia, 40; on voting on se- MCKINNEY, ROBERT J., Member of Peace Conference, 68.
Mason's desire to see, 393.
MCLEAN, J. B., Representative in First Rebel Congress,
6:23; members of Peace Conference, 67 ; Thirty-Sixth McLEAN, JOAN, Justice, President Lincoln's allusion to
McMillan, JAMES P., Rov., protest of, in Louisville Pres
McMULLEN, FAYETTE, Representative in Second Rebel Con-
gress, 402; resolution on peace, 615.
ence respecting, 533-537; proposed action concerning
122, arrest of, 152; resolution respecting arrest of McPHERSON, EDWARD, Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con.
Charleston harbor, 30; Representative in First Rebel
sereys: 49: Thirty Seventh, 122; substitu e of for con- | McRae, COLIN J., Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress,
.399; men iposident in 1860; riy-sixth Cong Depo-
Peace Copiere in Thirty-Eignon Members
MCRAE, JOAN J. Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 1 MILLER, H. II., Commissioner from Mississippi to Texns, 11.
49; withdrew, 3; Representative in First Rebel Con- MILLER, SAMUEL A., Representative in First Rebel Cop-
gress, 402; Second, 402.
MILLER, SAMUEL F., Representative in Thirty-Eighth Cop-
Becretary of the Treasury of the republic of South MILLER, WILLIAM II., Representative in Thirty-Eighth Con-
MILLS, JOHN T., interview with President Lincoln. 424.
49; member of Committee of Thirty-three, 53; eso
gress, 1:22; at interview of Border-State Representa gress, 48; damages against, for seizing the West Ches
MIXXESOTA, Vote for Presidentin 1860, 1; in 1864, 6:3; mem-
49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; vote of
Peace Conference, 41: telegram in, respecting the dis- MISSISSIPPI, vote for President in 1860, 1; members of
Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48, 49; Deputies in Rebel Provis
onal Congress, 11, 400; members of First Congress,
bin, 399; men in the army, 399,
MISSOURI, vote for President in 1860,1; in 1864, 623; mem-
49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 110; Depo-
ident Lincoln's first, 123-129; first annual, 129-136; se of First Congress, 401, 402; Second, 402, 611; secession
toral College bill, 579; Jeff, Davis's, 610, 612, 616, 618.1 in Second, and death, 402.
494-496; of 1864, 497-499 : Baltimore Conference of safety in Maryland, 9.
MONTANA Territory, Bill to organize, 240, 241 ; proposed De
1862, 499, 500; action of Maryland Annual Cunference, MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM, Representative in Thirty-Sixth
MOORE, JAMES W., Member of bogus Legislative Council of
ment, 348-354; Mr. McDougall's resolution respecting, 401; Second, 402.
MOORE, S. McD., vote on secession ordinance, note, 7; com-
bers of Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48, 49; Thirty-Seventh, MOORE, SYDENHAM, Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con-
kresy, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 1.2; Thirty-Eighth, 110;
Allegheny Arsenal, note, 35; resolution on ineligibility
MORAVIAN CHURCH, action of, on state of the constry, 453.
arrest of, 153.
Congress, 49; withdrew, 2; Deputy in Rebel Provis puty in Rebel Provisional Congress, 400.
ing the Baltimore Union Convention, 403; Professor
Lieber's letter to, on amending the Constitution, notes
gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 122: Thirty-Eighth, 140:
200, 201; resolution on the war, 291.
MORRILI. LOT M., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congresy, motr,
of Peace Conference, 67; amendmeut to Washington
city registry bill, 241; resolution on bailing arrested | New Mexico, proposed admission of. 59.
NEW ORLEANS, open to trade, 1:9; Joyulty of Episcopal and
NEWSPAPERS, exclusion and uppression of, 187 ; proceed-
charges, resolutions, and decision respecting, 188-191,
49; adjustment proposition, 73; resolution on the NEW YORK, vote for President in 1860, 1; in 1864, 623;
members of Peace Conference, 67: Thirty-Sixth Con-
“personal liberty"law, 46; negro suffrage in, note, 241;
vote of legislature on ratifying the anti-slavery amedd-
ment, 696, 597.
grers, 43: member of Committee of Thirty-three, 53; NEW YORK CONGRESSMEX, adjustment proposition of, 74.
NEW YORK DEMOCRATY, Lori Lyons's statement of views of,
with President Lincoln respecting Vallandigham's re-
NEW YORK (Grant) Meeting, President Lincoln's letter to,
New York News, C. L. Vallandigham's letter to, 423.
New York: Sun, adjustment proposition of, 75.
New York Tribune, on the prospect of peace, 303.
NILACK, WILLIAM E., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Con-
NICHOLAS, Judge, of Kentucky, proposition to amend the
gress, 402; resolution on Mexican question, 617. NICHOLSON, A. 0. P., Senator in Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48.
York, indicted by the Grand Jury for the arrest of Ar 400.
Nixox, John T., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; member of Border-States Com-
NOBLE,, WARREN P., Representative in Thirty-Seventh Con-
ing the purposes of the war, 286; amendment of, to
the loan bill, 360.
NOELL, Jonx W., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,
5t; on compensated emancipation in the border States,
211, 217, 219; bill to promoto emancipation in Mis-
gest of “personal liberty" laws, 41; proposition of NORFOLK opened to trade, 149.
union conspiracy, 391; on disunion canicus of 1835, 390. lishers of, 336.
Peace Conference, 9; Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48, 49;
elected, 401; Members of First Congress, 401, 402;
Legislature, 4; seizures and surrenders, 29; Supremo
and Washington city, amendments to and votes upon, furnished substitutes, 120; peace propositions in legis
in the army, 393.
draft of for military service, 282; to work on fortifica intrigue for, 42.
Negro Soldier will, and General Lee's letter, 611. 612. Noyes, WILLIAM CURTIS, Member of Peace Conference, 6T.
gross, 49; member of Committee of Thirty-three, 53; session, 559.
report of, 59; one of the Tennessee protesters, +38-41.
122; ThirtyEighth, 140.
as a Siale, 460; Senators and Representatives from, from Senators, note, 603.
O'CoxOR, CHARLES, Letter of George N. Sunders to, 330.
members of Peaco Conference, 67; Thirty-Sixth Con- OFFICE, certain persons ineligible to, act declaring, 376.
of Pencu Conference, 68; Thirty-Sixth Congress, 48;
members of Peace Conference, 67; Thirty-Sixth Con liberty" inw, 47 : vote of legislature on ratifying the
relative to Mr. Vallandigham's return, 167-175.
11, 400; Senator in First Rebel Congress, 401; Second,
402; views on sequestration, 205; resolutions respect- | PARKE, JOAN G., Major General, despatches at Hampton
Roads Conierence, 567.
PARKER, JOSEPH, bearer of Peace address from Great Brit-
gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; opinion in habeas PATTERSON, JAMES W., Representative in Thirty Eighth Con-
rest, note, 187.
PATTON, JOHN, Representative in Thirty-Seventh Congress,
powers of the President, 50-52; Edward Bates, on the Pay of colored soldiers, Opinions of Attorney General apon,
433, 434; General Grant on, 434; Benjamin to Mason,
legislature on, 450; Rebel House of Representatives on,
456 : Address from Great Britain, 456; Hampton Roads
Conference, 666-572; correspondence of Generals Grant
vis's proposition for, 573, 574; resolutious of Messrs.
land Legislature, 153; General McClellan, 308, 309; and Williains, 574, 575; Niagara Falls Peace Negotia-
in legislatures of North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama
cerning churches in the insurrectionary States, 521, PRACE CONFERENCE, Propositions of, rejected in Virginia
Wood, 296, 297; Niagara Falls Conference, and Nero
Gov. Audrew, 279; of Major General Palmer respect mond Eraminer on, 393.
PEACE PROPOSITIONS, REBEL, in their Congress, and debate,
Maryland election of 1831, 308, 309; Generals Dix, tures of North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia,
Washington City Provost Marshal, (Brig. Gen. Andrew Congress, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 1:22; Thirty-Eighth, 140;
Democratic National Convention, and remarks on ao
ERTY, of Gen. McDowell in Virginia, 251; Generals 4:22; letters, 423.
PENNINGTON, WILLIAM, Representative in, and Speaker of
PENNSYLVANIA, vote for President in 1860, 1: in 1864, 623;
Bonjamin on bridge burning and arrests, 187; respect gress, 48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; per
der,” 455; vote of legisiature on ratifying the anti-
represented in Peace Conference, 19; members of Thirty PENROSE, SAMUEL, arrest of, 153.
PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE, address of, 410.
ence with President Buchanan, 29-32; coinmissioner of, nole, 590.
11, 400; Representativo in First Congress, 401; Second,
sentative in Thirty-Eighth Congress, 140; amendment PERRY, JOSEPH J., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress
48; Member of Peace Conference, 67.
PERRY, NEHEMIAH, Representative in Thirty-Seventh Code
gress, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140.
PERKYMAN, JOHN D., ono of the Tennessee protesters, 43%
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey.
movements to modify or repeal, 447; complained of
General, order announcing freedom of families of col phens upon, 24, 25; propositions in Senate Committee
of Thirteen, 70; resolution in House, 58, 76; remarks
| PETIGRU, JAMES L., argument on sequestration, 205, 206.
PETTIT, JOHN 0., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congress,, POTTLE, EMORY B., Representative in Thirty-Sixth Congroes,
48; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 110; chair-
ing in 1835, 390; one of the Tennessee protesters, 438– Crittenden propositiou, 65, 66; resolution on arrest of
Baltimore Police Commissioners, 179; arrests in Ken-
to indemnity bill, 185; propositions to abolish fishing
amendment to enrollment bill, 265; amendments to
bill to increase the pay of soldiers, 272; to bill to sup
19; Thirty-Seventh, 122; member of Committee of for emancipation in Missouri, 225; to national cur.
spiracies, 377, 378; declined as candidate for nomina-
vention, and vote for Vice President, 420; proposed
Kentucky, 500, to compensation of loyal slave-owners,
562; to bill to secure freedom of colored soldiers
Black, 50-52; Chief Justice Taney, 155-158; Attorney
Det, 2; proclamation announcing independence, 2; PRATT, JAMES T., Member of Peace Conference, 67.
public safety, 9; Senator Mason's desired interview
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CUMBERLAND, deliverances of 1863,
391; named in Chicago Convention for nomination and PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, (NEW SCHOOL,) deliverances of 1861,
1862, 1863 and 1864, 468-472; remarks of President
ton's order for occupation of churches in insurreo
gress, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; amendment to extend PRESBYTERIAX CHURCH, (OLD SCHOOL,) deliverances of 1861,
enrollment to include persons of fifty years of age, 268. 1862, 1863, and 1864, 461-406; reaffirming the testi-
tery of Lonisville, 522. IN INSUERECTIONARY STATES,
timore Police Commissioners, 393; motions and votes of 1862 and 1864, 512, 613; Union of old and new
schools, 613; on religious instruction of slives. 5:3,
ton's order for the occupation of churches iu insurrec-
Convention, 413; of Union League, 410; of Democratic PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, REFORMED, resolutions of General
upon, 423; Conservative National Union men, 423. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, REFORMED, (OLD SCHOOL.) Address to
152; application to Congress, 179, 180; minutes of, in 1964, 472, 473.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, UNITED, deliverances of 1861 and
scend" to pull down the American flag, and resigna tary Stanton relative to churches of, in insurrectionary
States, 521, 522.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES, in New Orleans, loyalty of, 544,
sioned Major General Confederate" Army, with Bish terian, 546.
PRESIDENT, ELECTION OP, Propositions to change the modo
Thirty-Seventh, 122; telegrain to Missouri, 39; amend. | PRESIDENT, powers of the, Attorney General Black, 50-52;
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, of 1860, 1; of 1864, 623; Mr. Lin
122; Thirty-Eighth, 140; proposition relative to repre PRESS, freedom of the, Justice Story upon, 188; other pro-
PRESTON, JOHN S., Commissioner from South Carolina to
Congress, 122; Thirty-Eighth, 110; substitute for Joan tion of the Union, 6; telegram to Judge Hopkins, 40.
bill, 360; amendment to national currency bill, 361. PRESTON, WALTER, Deputy in Rebel Provisional Congress,
PRESTON, WILLIAM BALLARD, vote on secession ordinance,
8; delegate from Virginia Convention to President Lia.
coln, 112; Depnty in Rebol Provisional Congress, 400;
gress, 49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; motion and proposi. PRICE, HIRAM, Representative in Thirty-Eighth ('ongress,
140; resolution relative to furloughing drafted clergy-
PRICE, RODMAX M., Member of Peace Conference, 67: leto
PRICE, THOMAS L., Representative in Thirty-Seventh Coa-
49; Thirty-Seventh, 122; Member of Peace Confer. 217 ; proposed resolution of, at Democratic National