Virginia or Merhmac, The, her real projector, Walicer, General R. Lindsay, 314;
3 ; Engagements with the Federal fleet, 5, Warren, General G. K., 112.
246; Thanksgiving services on, 248. Washington, George, Ancestry of, 134.
Virginia Colonist, Religious observances of, Wilderness, Battle of the, 122.
127 ; tolerance of, 128; social customs of; 131 ; W} ? am and Mary College, 127 143
race elements of, 131; vindicated from the WiUiamson Chief Engineer W. P, C. S. N., 4,
charge of being descended from criminals, Alison, U.S A., General, 51.
132; gentle lineage of use of coat armor bv, >X! ne ^ u * ed ^ y * he D Vir g mi u a Colonists, 143.
134; enterprise of, 137; regard'ofand provi's- Wmgfie d, D D., Rev. John Henry, 207.
ion for education, 137; early physicians and W r ! n 8 field . D. D., Rt. Rev. J. H. D. 209, 249.
lawyers among them, 140, 148; libraries of, Witchcraft ? Vl , r ln ^' I3It
142; luxuries of, 143 ; early dramatic perform- Withers, Colonel R. E., 206,
ances among the, 143. Women of the South, Their fortitude and sac-
Virginia Company, The, Its pious and enlight- WoSdtcommfnder J. Taylor, 93.
ened designs, 127. Wright, General Marcus J , 254
Virginia Historical Society, The, 125. Wyeth, Dr. John A., 47.
Virginia Military Institute, Its staff, 1848-1861,
. 273. Yancey and Hill, Their difficulty in the C. S.
Virginian, The Colonial, An address by R. A. Senate, 374.
Brock, 125. Yanceyj W. L., Person and Character of, 384.