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Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War by G. F. R. Henderson

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Orders:.

Anticipates orders.

Character of.

Method of issue.

For counterstroke.

For attack.

For assault.

For attack of Second Line.

For night march.

For rear guard action.

For retreat.

To Ewell.

To Ewell at Cross Keys.

On dress.

For flank attack.

At Cedar Run.

At Chancellorsville.

General orders.

To Federal gunners at Port Republic.

For defence of position,

For bombardment of Harper's Ferry.

At Fredericksburg.

Verbal.

Incomplete.

Interpretation of.

Miscarriage of.

Orders and instructions received by Feb., April.

May.; June.

September before Chancellorsville.

Strategy:

Activity.

Breadth of view.

Calculation.

Compels enemy to blunder.

Concealment of movements and intentions.

Concentration of superior force.

Counterstroke.

Deals with enemy in detail.

Defensive.
Estimate of time.

Induces enemy to divide.

Intelligence Department.

Keeps enemy's columns apart.

Looks for annihilation of enemy.

Looks for opportunity.

Lures enemy into false position.

Mystifying the enemy.

Never fights except on his own terms.

Never gives the enemy time.

Jackson, Thomas Jonathan--Practice and principles of, military:.

Never misses an opportunity.

No slave to rule.

Objectives.

Patience.

Plays on enemy's fears.

Reaps fruits of victory.

Regards enemy's difficulties.

Regards moral aspect of war.

Secrecy.

Spreads false information.

Stratagems.

Strikes at mental equilibrium of opponent.

Strikes at vital point.

Strikes where least expected.

Surprise.

Takes advantage of mistakes.

Threatens enemy's communications.

Trades on knowledge of enemy's character.
Vigilance.

Strategical Plans:.

Strategical Views:.

Advantages of North-west Virginia.

Counteracting enemy's superiority of numbers.

Criticism of Hooker's plan in Chancellorsville campaign.

Defensive, the.

Evils of civilian control.

Importance of recruiting-grounds.

Importance of Washington.

Invasion.

Offensive, the.

Proper action for weaker belligerent.

Tactics:.

Advanced guards.

Artillery, use of.

Attack, formation for.

Attack, night.

Attack, vigour of.

Attacks where least expected.

Caution.

Cavalry, use of.

Combination of three arms.

Concealment of troops on defensive.

Jackson, Thomas Jonathan--Practice and principles of, military:.

Tactics:--cont.

Concentration of superior force.

Counter-attack.
Defensive.

Defensive position.

Earthworks.
Flank attacks.

Guides.

Insight.

Intercommunication.

Night marches.

Patience.

Plans of attack.

Positions.

Pursuit.
Reconnaissance.

Reliance on the bayonet.

Retreat and rear guards.
Surprise.

Vigilance.

Professor at Military Institute:.

Duties as.

Inculcates discipline at.

Unpopular as.

Want of success as.

Promotion:.

Second Lieutenant.

First Lieutenant.

Brevet-captain.

Brevet-major.

Colonel.

Brigadier-general.

Lieutenant-general.

Resigns his command.

Resigns his commission.

Staff officers.

"Stonewall," origin of the name.

Strength of command:.

First Brigade, July, 1861.

Romney expedition.

Army of Valley, February, 1861; March; at Kernstown; April; at M'Dowell;
before Winchester; at Cross Keys; at Port Republic; in Peninsula; at
Cedar Run; at Groveton; at Second Manassas; at Sharpsburg; at Harper's
Ferry; September 30; Second Army Corps; October; at Fredericksburg; at
Chancellorsville.

Sunday-school.

Travels.

Usefulness of Mexican experiences.

Views:
On Secession.
On slavery.
On special correspondents.
On States' rights.
On war.
Wounded.

Jena, battle of.

Jenkins, General, C.S.A.

"Jim."

Johnson, General Bradley T., C.S.A.

Johnson, General Edward, C.S.A.

Johnston, General A.S., C.S.A.

Johnston, General Joseph E., C.S.A..

Jomini, Baron.

Jones, Colonel W.E., C.S.A.

Jones, General D.R., C.S.A.

Jones, General J.R., C.S.A.

Jones, Reverend W., D.D.

Junkin, Miss.

Junkin, Reverend Dr.

Kearney, General Philip, U.S.A.

Kelley, Colonel, C.S.A.

Kelly, General, U.S.A.

Kemper, General, C.S.A.

Kenly, Colonel, U.S.A.

Kernstown, battle of, chapter viii.

Kershaw, General, C.S.A.

Keyes, General, U.S.A.

Kimball, General N., U.S.A.

King, General, U.S.A.

Kirby Smith, General, C.S.A.

Knapsacks.

Koniggratz or Sadowa, battle of.

Kriegsakademie.

Lander, General, U.S.A..

Lane, Gun., C.S.A.

Law, Gun., C.S.A.

Lawley, Hon. F., special correspondent of the "Times, ".

Lawrences, the.

Lawton, Gun., C.S.A..

Lee, General Fitzhugh, C.S.A.

Lee, General Robert Edward, C.S.A.

Lee, B. E., Esquire, C.S.A.

Lee, General Stephen D., C.S.A.

Lee, General W. H. F., C.S.A.

Leigh, Captain, C.S.A.

Leipsic, campaign and battle of.

Letcher, Governor.

Leuthen, battle of.

Ligny, battle of.

Lincoln, Abraham.

Little Sorrel.

Long, General, C.S.A.

Longstreet, General, C.S.A.

Loring, General, C.S.A.

Louis XIV.

McCall., General, U.S.A.

McClellan, General, U.S.A.

McDowell, battle of, chapter ix.

McDowell, General, U.S.A.

McGuire, Dr. Hunter, C.S.A.

McLaws, General, C.S.A.

Magruder, General, C.S.A.

quoted quoted.

Mahan, Captain, U.S.N., quoted.

Mahone, General, C.S.A.

Malvern Hill, battle of, chapter xiv.

Manassas, first battle of, chapter vi.

Manassas, second battle of, chapters xvi. And xvii.

Mansfield, General, C.S.A.

Maps.

Marches. (See under Jackson).

Marcus Aurelius.

Marengo, battle of.

Marlborough, Duke of.

Marmont, Marshal.

Mars-la-Tour, battle of.

Mason and Dixon's Line.

Massena, Marshal.

Meade, General, U.S.A.

Meagher, General, U.S.A.

Mechanicsville, Virginia, engagement at, chapter xii.

Medicines.

Meigs, General, U.S.A.

Merrimac, the.

Metaurus, battle of.

Mexico, city of.

Mexico, evacuation of.

Mexico, occupation of city of.

Mexico, Republic of.

Mexico, surrender of city of.

Mexico, valley of.

Middletown, engagement at, chapter x.

Miles, Colonel, U.S.A.

Military Academy. (See West Point).

Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia.

Militia, American.

Milroy, General, U.S.A.

Molino del Rey, battle of.

Moltke, Field-Marshal Count.

Monitor, the.

Monterey, battle of.

Moore, Captain, C.S.A.

Moore, General Sir John.

Morell, General, U.S.A.

Morrison, Captain J.G., C.S.A.

Morrison, Miss A.M..

Moscow.

Mule battery.

Munford, Colonel, C.S.A.

Murat, Prince.

Napier, General Sir Charles, quoted.

Napier, General Sir William, quoted.

Napiers, the.

Napoleon.

Naval and military expeditions (see also Transport by Sea).

Navy, U.S.

Nelson.

Newton, General, U.S.A.

Ney, Marshal.

North Anna, battle of.

North Anna, position on.

Northern soldier.

Officers, corps of.

Officers, U.S. Army.

"Old Dominion," the.

O'Neal, Colonel, C.S.A.

Ord, General, U.S.A..

"Order, the lost".

Orderlies.

Orders (see also under Jackson).

Organisation and recruiting.

Ox Hill. (See Chantilly).

Palfrey, General, U.S.A.

Palo Alto, battle of.

Patrick, General, U.S.A.

Patterson, General, U.S.A.

Patton, Colonel, C.S.A.

Paxton, General, C.S.A.

Pelham, Major John, C.S.A.

Pender, General, C.S.A.

Pendleton, Lieutenant Colonel A. S., C.S.A.

Pendleton, Reverend Dr., General, C.S.A.

Peninsular campaign, 1862.

Peninsular War, 1808-14.

Pickett, General, C.S.A.

Pierce, General, U.S.A.

Pillow, General, U.S.A.

Pleasonton, General, U.S.A.

Plevna, battle of.

Plunder.

Poague, Colonel, C.S.A..

Pope, General, U.S.A.

Population of North and South.

Port Republic, battle of, chapter 11.

Porter, General FitzJohn, U.S.A.

Presbyterian Church.

Prescott, W.F., the historian.

Preston, Colonel, C.S.A.

Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia, General.

Prussia.

Puritans, the.

Quatre-Bras, battle of.

Raglan, Field-Marshal Lord.

Railroads in war.

Ramseur, General, C.S.A.

Ransom, General, C.S.A.

Rebel Yell.

Reconnaissance. (See Tactics).

Regimental life in 1851.

Reno, General, U.S.A.

Resaca de la Palma, battle of.

Revolution, American, and War of Independence.

Reynolds, General, U.S.A.

Richardson, General, U.S.A.

Richepanse, General

Ricketts, General, U.S.A.

Ripley, General, C.S.A.

Rivoli, battle of.

Roads, American.

Roads, Virginian.

Robertson, General, C.S.A.

Rodes, General, C.S.A.

Romney, expedition to, chapter vi.

Ropes, John C.

Rosecrans, General, U.S.A.

Rupert, Prince.

Russia.

Sadowa. (See Koniggrats).

Salamanca, battle of.

Santa Anna, President of Mexico.

Sauroren, battle of.

Savage's Station, engagement at.

Saxton, General, U.S.A.

Schenck, General, U.S.A..

Schurz, General, U.S.A.

Scotland.

Scott, Colonel, C.S.A.

Scott, General Winfield, U.S.A.

Sea, command of. (See Strategy).

Sea power. (See Sea, Command of).

Sebastopol.

Secession.

Sedan, campaign and battle of.

Seddon, Hon. Mr.

Sedgwick, General, U.S.A.

Semmes, General, U.S.A.

Seven Days' Battles, chapters xiii., xiv.

Seven Pines, battle of.

Seymour, General, U.S.A.

Sharpsburg, battle of, chapter 19.

Sheridan, General, U.S.A.

Sherman, General, U.S.A.

Shields, General, U.S.A.

Sickles, General, U.S.A.

Sigel, General, U.S.A.

Signalling.

Skobeleff, General

Slave owners.

Slavery.

Slaves.

Slocum, General, U.S.A.

Smith, Captain (Reverend Dr.), C.S.A.

Smith, General G.W., C.S.A.

Smith, General, U.S.A..

Smolensko.

Soldier, American (see also Northern and Southern Soldier, and Volunteer).

Solferino, battle of.

Southern soldier.

South Mountain, battle of, chapter 19.

South, the.

Spicheren, battle of.

Spies.

Spotsylvania, battle of.

Staff.

Stafford, Colonel, C.S.A.

Starke, General, C.S.A.

States' rights.

Stanton, Hon. Mr.

Steinwehr, General von, U.S.A.

Steuart, General, C.S.A.

Stevens, General, U.S.A.

Stoneman, General, U.S.A.

"Stonewall Brigade".

Stores.

Straggling.

Strategist, qualities of.

Strategy. (See also under Jackson) Application of principles of.

Art of.

Factors of.

Importance of.

Problems of.

Rules of.

Study of.

Training in.

Practice and Elements of:.

Action of weaker belligerent.

Activity.

Audacity.

Base of operations.

Civilian strategy.

Command of the sea.

Compelling the enemy to make mistakes.

Concealment of movements.

Concentration of effort.

Concentration of superior force at decisive point.

Concentration on the battlefield.

Converging columns.

Counterstroke.

Dealing with enemy in detail.

Deceiving the enemy.

Defensive, the.

Demonstrations.

Detached force, duties of.

Dispersion.

Dividing to unite.

Exterior and interior lines.

Finance as a factor.

Forcing the enemy out of a strong or intrenched position.

Holding enemy fast.

Human factor, the.

Inducing enemy to divide.

Strategy.

Initiative.

Invasion.

Knowledge of enemy's character.

Lines of communication.

Lines of operation.

Lines of supply.

Luring enemy into false position.

Moral factors.
Objectives.

Obstacles, topographical.

Offensive.

Politics.

Prestige.

Pursuit.

Recruiting-grounds.

Retreat.

Space.

Stratagems.

Strategical points.

Surprise.

Time.

Topographical factors.

Turning movements.

Uncertainty.

Vital points.

Zone of manoeuvre.

Strother, Colonel, U.S.A.

Stuart, General J.E.B., C.S.A.

Sturgis, General, U.S.A.

Summer, General, U.S.A.

Sumter, Fort.

Supply.

Supply by requisition.

Supply depots and magazines.

Supply trains.

Suvoroff, Field-Marshal.

Swinton, W. H.

Sydnor, Captain J.W., C.S.A.

Sykes, General, U.S.A.

Tactics. (See also under Jackson).
Advanced guards.
Ambuscade.

Ammunition columns.

Arms.

Artillery.

Assault of second line.

Attack.

Attack, at dawn.

Attack, night.

Attack, secondary.

Attack, signal for.

Audacity.

Cavalry and Mounted Riflemen.

Cavalry raids.

Combination.

Communication between columns.

Concealment of force.

Concentration of superior force.

Counter-attack.

Counter-attack, time for.

Counter-attack, unreadiness for.

Defensive positions.

Defensive, the.

Demonstrations.

Flank guards.

Formations for attack.

Front of defence.

Hasty intrenchments.

Hour of marching.

Initiative.

Investment.

Marching to sound of cannon.

Mobility.

Musketry and marksmanship.

Mutual support.

Offensive, the.

Outposts.

Panic.

Passage of rivers.

Patrolling.

"Pivot of operation".

Preliminary arrangements for attack.

Pursuit.
Rapidity.

Rear guards.

Reconnaissance.

Reconnaissance in force.

Reserves.

Retreat.

Skirmishing.

Slopes of positions.

Steadiness and precision of movement.

Surprise.

Turning movements.

Wood fighting.

Talavera, battle of.

Taliaferro, Colonel A.G., C.S.A.

Taliaferro, General W. B., C.S.A.

Tariff.

Taylor, Colonel Frank, U.S.A.

Taylor, General R., C.S.A.

Taylor, General, U.S.A.

Telegraph.

Tents.

Theatres of war.

"Thinking bayonet," the.

Thomas, General, C.S.A.

Thomas, General, U.S.A.

Toombs, General, C.S.A.

Torres Vedras.

Toulouse, battle of, 1814.

Transport.

Transport of troops by sea.

Trimble, General, C.S.A.

Turenne, Marshal.

Twiggs, General, U.S.A.

Tyler, General, U.S.A.

Ulm, campaign of.

Ulster.

Uniform. (See Dress).

Unionist feeling in the South.

Valley campaign, 1862.

Valley of the Shenandoah, the.

Valley of Virginia, the.

Vera Cruz, siege of.

Vimiera, battle of.

Vionville, battle of.

Vittoria, battle of.

Volunteer officers.

Volunteers, American. (See also under Northern and Southern Soldiers).

Walker, Colonel, C.S.A.

Walker, General J.G., C.S.A.

Warren, General, U.S.A.

Washington, General, President, U.S.A.

Waterloo, battle of.

Weissembourg, battle of, 1870.

Wellington.

Western armies and campaigns.

West Point, graduates of.

West Point, Military Academy at.

Wheeler, General, C.S.A.

Whipple, General, U.S.A.

White, Dr. H.A.

White, General, U.S.A.

White Oak Swamp, engagement at.

White, Reverend Dr.

Whiting, General, C.S.A.

Whittier.

Wilbourn, Captain, C.S.A.

Wilcox, General, C.S.A.

Williams, General, U.S.A.

Willis, Colonel, C.S.A.

Winchester, battle of, chapter x.

Winder, General, C.S.A.

Wolfe, General.

Wolseley, Field-Marshal Lord, quoted.

Woodson, Captain.

Worth, battle of.

Worth, General, U.S.A..

Wright, General, C.S.A.

Wurmser, General.

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