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Birney, Gen. David B., at Chancellorsville, 71, 74.
Bladensburg (Md.), army encamped near, 177.
Blanchard, Lieut. Edward L., wounded, 132.
Bolivar Heights (Va.), 15. See also Battles.
Boone,—, Confederate officer, 107, 108.
Boone, Daniel, grandson captured, 107.
Boonsborough (Md.), 50, 51.
Bostwick (Ga.), lumber destroyed, 152.
Bragg, Gen. Braxton, reenforced, 96.
Brandy Station (Va.), 79, 97.
Bridgeport (Ala.), 100, 116.
Bristoe Station (Va.), cars burned at, 43.
Brixey, Capt. Calvin, murders citizen, 114; killed, 115.
Broad Run (Va.), 43.
Brodhead, Col. Thornton F., death, 38.
Brown, John, at Harpers Ferry, 10; hung, 16.
Brown, Gov. Joseph E., releases convicts, 149.
Buck, Capt. Wilson S., wounded, 154.
Buena Vista (Wis.), school at, 1.
Buffalo (N. Y.), reception at, 8.
Bull Run (Va.), 44. See also Battles: Manassas.
Butterfield, Gen. Daniel, in skirmish, 118.
Burnside, Gen. Ambrose E., at Roanoke Island, 14; removed,64.

 

Camp Randall (Wis.), 120.
Camp Slocum (Washington, D. C.), 178, 179.
Carlin, Gen. William P., at Bentonville, 172.
Cassville (Ga.), occupied, 122.
Cemetery Ridge (Pa.), 83; charge on, 87. See also Battles: Gettysburg.
Centerville (Va.), 44, 81.
Century Magazine, 169.
Chancellor House (Va.), 70, 72, 73, 76.
Charleston (S. C.), 146, 153.
Charleston & Augusta Railroad, destroyed, 168.
Charlestown (Va.), 13, 16.

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