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Page 001Front cover.
Page 002Front fly-leaf.
Page 003Gives the date range of entries for the diary.
Page 004Blank page.
Page 005Includes newspaper engraving of Thomas Butler Gunn in campaign-rig, drawn by Thomas Nast.
Page 006 [03-01-1862]Regarding the departure of Frank Bellew to Washington to sketch for Frank Leslie's illustrated paper.
Page 007 [03-01-1862]Regarding Mrs. Bellew's reaction to the departure of Frank Bellew to Washington to sketch for Frank Leslie's illustrated paper.
Page 008 [03-02-1862]Newspaper clipping regarding the death of General Lander.
Page 009Newspaper clipping written by Frank Bellew giving ''bad advice'' to young wives.
Page 010 [03-02-1862]Mentions visits to the Robertsons and the Edwards family.
Page 011 [03-02-1862]Describes a visit to the Edwards family.
Page 012 [03-03-1862]Describes a conversation with Beckett Bellew about Frank Bellew's marriage.
Page 013 [03-03-1862]Describes a conversation with Thomas Picton.
Page 014 [03-05-1862]Describes a conversation with Matty and Eliza Edwards about a party they attended.
Page 015 [03-05-1862]Describes a conversation with Matty and Eliza Edwards about a party they attended.
Page 016 [03-05-1862]Regarding a discussion with Frank Leslie about being sent to Washington to sketch.
Page 017 [03-06-1862]Regarding attending an Emancipation meeting at the Cooper Institute with Frederick Edge.
Page 018 [03-07-1862]Regarding Frederick Edge.
Page 019 [03-07-1862]Describes Frederick Edge's stories about the British nobility.
Page 020 [03-07-1862]Regarding Frederick Edge.
Page 021 [03-07-1862]Mentions that Jesse Haney has received a letter from Bob Gun.
Page 022 [03-07-1862]Regarding Frank Bellew and his wife.
Page 023 [03-08-1862]Regarding being engaged by ''The New York Tribune'' to go to Washington as a war correspondent.
Page 024 [03-08-1862]Describes his preparations to leave New York for Washington.
Page 025 [03-08-1862]Describes his journey by train to Washington.
Page 026 [03-09-1862]Newspaper engraving of Willard's Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Page 027 [03-09-1862]Describes his arrival in Washington.
Page 028 [03-09-1862]Describes his first day in Washington.
Page 029 [03-09-1862]Describes his first day in Washington.
Page 030 [03-10-1862]Describes his second day in Washington.
Page 031 [03-10-1862]Describes his arrival at Alexandria, Virginia.
Page 032 [03-10-1862]Describes his first day in Alexandria, Virginia, at General Heintzelman's military camp.
Page 033 [03-10-1862]Describes General Heintzelman and his staff.
Page 034 [03-10-1862]Describes an evening spent with General Heintzelman's staff.
Page 035Newspaper clipping regarding Chief Justice John Marshall and the Marshall House in Alexandria, Virginia.
Page 036 [03-10-1862]Regarding a conversation with a slave named ''Chief Justice Marshall of Virginia.''
Page 037 [03-11-1862]Describes his day spent in Alexandria, Virginia.
Page 038 [03-12-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding his experiences in Alexandria, Virginia, and at the camp of General Heintzelman.
Page 039 [03-11-1862]Describes a conversation with General Heintzelman.
Page 040 [03-12-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding his experiences at the camp of General Heintzelman, including speaking with a party of escaped slaves from Manassas.
Page 041 [03-11-1862]Describes his day spent in Washington.
Page 042 [03-12-1862]Regarding his return to Alexandria from Washington.
Page 043 [03-13-1862]Describes meeting Sir Percy Wyndham of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 044 [03-14-1862]Regarding Sir Percy Wyndham.
Page 045 [03-14-1862]Regarding an evening spent at the camp of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 046Newspaper clipping regarding the death of Percy Wyndham in a balloon accident.
Page 047 [03-15-1862]Describes a day spent at the camp of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 048 [1865]Newspaper clipping regarding the death of Colonel Janeway of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 049Newspaper engraving of Pohick Church.
Page 050 [03-18-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune'' regarding a reconnaissance party of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 051Newspaper clipping regarding the marriage of Colonel Janeway.
Page 052 [03-18-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune'' regarding a reconnaissance party of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 053 [03-17-1862]Describes going on a reconnaissance mission with the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 054 [03-18-1862]Includes a newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune'' regarding a reconnaissance party of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry.
Page 055 [12-02-1889]Newspaper engraving of Samuel Wilkeson.
Page 056 [03-17-1862]Regarding the return to camp with the 1st New Jersey Cavalry from the reconnaissance mission.
Page 057 [03-18-1862]Includes photographs of General Heintzelman, Major Beaumont, and Samuel Wilkeson.
Page 058 [03-18-1862]Describes an argument with Alfred Waud about Bayard Taylor.
Page 059 [03-18-1862]Regarding how a prisoner named Lynn, the deputy-sheriff of Occoquan, had been captured by Union soldiers.
Page 060 [03-18-1862]Discuses going back to Washington for a day and meeting Samuel Wilkeson.
Page 061 [03-19-1862]Describes a letter received from Edward Greatbatch.
Page 062 [03-20-1862]Mentions meeting Alfred Waud, Hall the artist, and reporter Hendricks in Washington.
Page 063 [03-20-1862]Describes his day spent in Washington.
Page 064 [03-21-1862]Regarding his return to Alexandria.
Page 065 [03-21-1862]Mentions his departure from Alexandria on the steamer ''Kent.''
Page 066 [03-22-1862]Regarding his journey on the steamer ''Kent.''
Page 067 [03-22-1862]Regarding his journey on the steamer ''Kent.''
Page 068 [03-22-1862]Regarding his journey on the steamer ''Kent.''
Page 069 [03-22-1862]Describes his arrival at Old Point Comfort on the steamer ''Kent.''
Page 070 [03-23-1862]Describes his arrival at Fortress Monroe.
Page 071 [03-23-1862]Regarding a conversation with Frank Powell.
Page 072 [03-23-1862]Regarding a conversation with Brigham regarding Brigham's experience as the correspondent for ''The New York Tribune'' in Charleston, South Carolina, at the time of Secession.
Page 073 [03-23-1862]Regarding a conversation with Brigham regarding Brigham's experience as the correspondent for ''The New York Tribune'' in Charleston, South Carolina, at the time of Secession.
Page 074 [03-23-1862]Regarding a conversation with Brigham regarding Brigham's experience as the correspondent for ''The New York Tribune'' in Charleston, South Carolina, at the time of Secession.
Page 075 [03-23-1862]Regarding his arrival at Camp Hamilton.
Page 076 [03-23-1862]Mentions the censorship he has to use as a correspondent with the Army of the Potomac to avoid giving away plans of the generals.
Page 077 [03-24-1862]Regarding a conversation with Hall about his duties as an artist for Frank Leslie.
Page 078 [03-24-1862]Describes a conversation with Augustus Rawlings.
Page 079 [03-25-1862]Describes the ruins of Hampton, Virginia, after being burnt by John B. Magruder.
Page 080 [03-25-1862]Includes two photographs showing the ruins of Hampton, Virginia.
Page 081 [07-02-1862]Regarding Colonel Riley of the Mozart Regiment (40th New York Infantry).
Page 082 [03-25-1862]Regarding the camp of General Heintzelman.
Page 083 [03-26-1862]Mentions meeting Davis, an artist for ''Harper's Weekly.''
Page 084 [03-26-1862]Regarding conversations with Davis and Napoleon Quigg.
Page 085 [03-26-1862]Describes going on a reconnaissance mission to Big Bethel.
Page 086 [03-27-1862]Describes going on a reconnaissance mission to Big Bethel.
Page 087 [03-27-1862]Includes newspaper clipping written by Boyce describing the reconnaissance mission to Big Bethel.
Page 088 [03-27-1862]Regarding the consequences of the reconnaissance mission to Big Bethel.
Page 089 [03-28-1862]Regarding Brigham's wharf-restaurant.
Page 090 [03-29-1862]Describes a tour of the ''Monitor.''
Page 091 [03-29-1862]Describes a tour of the ''Monitor.''
Page 092 [03-29-1862]Describes a tour of the ''Monitor.''
Page 093 [03-29-1862]Describes a group of young officers on a ''champagne spree'' at Fortress Monroe.
Page 094 [03-29-1862]Describes a group of young officers on a ''champagne spree'' at Fortress Monroe.
Page 095 [03-30-1862]Describes time he spent at Fortress Monroe
Page 096 [03-31-1862]Describes a talk with Sergeant Livers at Fortress Monroe.
Page 097 [03-31-1862]Describes a talk with Sergeant Livers at Fortress Monroe.
Page 098 [04-01-1862]Regarding a visit to the camp of the 62nd Pennsylvania Infantry.
Page 099 [04-01-1862]Regarding a visit to the camp of the 62nd Pennsylvania Infantry.
Page 100 [04-02-1862]Regarding the arrival of General McClellan at Fortress Monroe.
Page 101 [04-03-1862]Describes General McClellan.
Page 102 [04-03-1862]Regarding the advance of the Army of the Potomac from Hampton.
Page 103 [04-04-1862]Regarding the occupation of Young's Mills.
Page 104 [04-04-1862]Describes a deserted church or meeting house in which Captain Ayres' battery took up quarters.
Page 105 [04-04-1862]Describes spending the night in a deserted church or meeting house in which Captain Ayres' battery took up quarters.
Page 106 [04-06-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' describing his journey from Yorktown to Newport News to rejoin General Heintzelman.
Page 107 [04-06-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the first day of fighting in the Battle of Yorktown.
Page 108 [04-05-1862]Regarding the events of the first day of the Battle of Yorktown.
Page 109Newspaper clipping of hand-drawn map, showing the positions of the troops at Yorktown.
Page 110 [04-05-1862]Includes newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the first day of fighting in the Battle of Yorktown.
Page 111 [04-05-1862]Describes Clark's House in Yorktown, occupied by Union soldiers during the Battle of Yorktown.
Page 112 [04-05-1862]Describes Augustus Rawlings assuming possession of Clark's House during the Battle of Yorktown.
Page 113 [04-05-1862]Regarding Augustus Rawlings at Yorktown.
Page 114 [04-05-1862]Describes various scenes during the first day of the Battle of Yorktown.
Page 115 [04-05-1862]Describes having supper at Clark's House.
Page 116 [04-05-1862]Includes two photographs, one showing slaves in front of a hut.
Page 117 [04-05-1862]Describes spending the night at Clark's House with doctors.
Page 118 [04-06-1862]Regarding the events of the second day of the Battle of Yorktown.
Page 119 [04-06-1862]Regarding taking lodging in a slave hut.
Page 120 [04-06-1862]Includes two photographs showing a slave hut at Yorktown.
Page 121 [04-06-1862]Regarding spending the night in a slave hut.
Page 122 [04-07-1862]Describes a walk to a spot in which he had a near view of the Confederate entrenchments.
Page 123 [04-07-1862]Describes a walk to a spot in which he had a near view of the Confederate entrenchments.
Page 124 [04-07-1862]Regarding his time spent in a slave hut at Yorktown.
Page 125 [04-09-1862]Includes a short newspaper clipping regarding the death of Fitz James O'Brien.
Page 126 [04-09-1862]Regarding a night spent at a saw mill in Yorktown.
Page 127 [04-09-1862]Regarding a night spent at a saw mill in Yorktown.
Page 128 [04-09-1862]Describes meeting doctors at a hospital for General Jameson's brigade.
Page 129 [04-10-1862]Describes Dr. Heichhold.
Page 130 [04-10-1862]Regarding Dr. Julius Skilton.
Page 131 [04-11-1862]Describes a skirmish at Yorktown.
Page 132 [04-11-1862]Describes sharpshooter ''California Joe.''
Page 133 [04-11-1862]Describes sharpshooter ''California Joe.''
Page 134 [04-12-1862]Regarding various incidents at the Union military camps near Yorktown.
Page 135 [04-14-1862]Mentions a visit to Green's house.
Page 136 [04-16-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding Union military camps at Yorktown.
Page 137 [04-16-1862]Describes a skirmish at Yorktown.
Page 138 [04-17-1862]Includes map sketch by Gunn of battlefield at Yorktown.
Page 139 [04-17-1862]Describes being shot at while at Yorktown.
Page 140 [04-17-1862]Regarding the details of Jim Parton's separation from Fanny Fern, obtained from a letter from Jesse Haney.
Page 141 [04-17-1862]Regarding the details of Jim Parton's separation from Fanny Fern, obtained from a letter from Jesse Haney.
Page 142 [04-17-1862]Regarding the death of Fitz James O'Brien.
Page 143 [04-17-1862]Regarding meeting Alfred Waud at Yorktown.
Page 144Newspaper clipping regarding Fitz James O'Brien, written by Guernsey for ''Harper's Weekly.''
Page 145 [04-18-1862]Regarding visiting the camp of the 1st Massachusetts with Alfred Waud.
Page 146Newspaper clipping regarding Fitz James O'Brien, written by Guernsey for ''Harper's Weekly.''
Page 147 [04-19-1862]Regarding his stay in Dr. Heichhold's hut.
Page 148Newspaper clipping regarding Fitz James O'Brien, written by Guernsey for ''Harper's Weekly.''
Page 149 [04-21-1862]Regarding the death of a sixteen-year-old soldier from rain and cold.
Page 150 [04-22-1862]Includes newspaper clipping regarding Fitz James O'Brien, written by Guernsey for ''Harper's Weekly.''
Page 151 [04-22-1862]Mentions creating an alphabet for a former slave, Dr. Heichhold's servant.
Page 152 [04-23-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding weather conditions at Yorktown.
Page 153 [04-23-1862]Regarding visits to various military camps.
Page 154 [04-23-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a visit to Farnhold's House.
Page 155 [04-24-1862]Regarding military camp life at Yorktown.
Page 156 [04-25-1862]Includes newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding a visit to Farnhold's House.
Page 157 [04-26-1862]Regarding military camp life at Yorktown.
Page 158 [04-26-1862]Newspaper clipping of map sketch drawn by Gunn showing the positions of Union and Confederate forces during a fight on April 26, 1862, at Yorktown, Virginia.
Page 159 [04-24-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune'' regarding skirmishes at Yorktown near the end of April, 1862.
Page 160 [04-28-1862]Regarding skirmishes at Yorktown near the end of April, 1862.
Page 161 [04-28-1862]Newspaper clipping of letter from S.H. Gay to Thomas Butler Gunn, regarding his reporting duties at Yorktown.
Page 162 [04-28-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune'' regarding skirmishes at Yorktown near the end of April, 1862.
Page 163 [04-28-1862]Describes a scene in a hospital at Yorktown.
Page 164 [04-28-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune'' regarding a Confederate deserter named James Jones.
Page 165 [04-28-1862]Describes a visit of Sinclair, publisher of The New York Tribune, to Yorktown.
Page 166 [04-29-1862]Describes a visit to Ayres' Battery.
Page 167 [04-29-1862]Discusses letters received from his mother and Jesse Haney.
Page 168 [04-30-1862]Includes photograph of view from Farenhold's House, possibly taken by Alexander Gardner.
Page 169 [04-30-1862]Includes two photographs of fortifications at Yorktown, possibly taken by Alexander Gardner.
Page 170 [04-30-1862]Includes three photographs of fortifications at Yorktown, possibly taken by Alexander Gardner.
Page 171 [05-01-1862]Regarding visits to various military camps at Yorktown.
Page 172 [05-02-1862]Regarding the arrival of reporter Frederick Edge at Yorktown.
Page 173 [05-03-1862]Regarding reaction of the Union troops upon realizing the Confederate army had evacuated Yorktown overnight.
Page 174 [05-04-1862]Includes newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the bombardment of the Union camp by Confederate shells at Yorktown.
Page 175 [05-04-1862]Regarding the evacuation of Yorktown by Confederate forces.
Page 176 [05-04-1862]Includes two photographs of Union camps at Yorktown.
Page 177 [05-04-1862]Regarding witnessing the questioning of two Confederate prisoners by General Heintzelman.
Page 178 [05-04-1862]Regarding the death of Lathrop the telegraph operator from a torpedo at Yorktown.
Page 179 [05-04-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the aftermath of the evacuation of Yorktown by Confederate forces.
Page 180 [05-04-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the aftermath of the evacuation of Yorktown by Confederate forces.
Page 181 [05-04-1862]Regarding losing his horse.
Page 182 [05-04-1862]Includes two photographs of Confederate batteries at Yorktown.
Page 183 [05-04-1862]Regarding the recovery of his missing horse and having a meal of cold meats at a house in Yorktown.
Page 184 [05-04-1862]Includes two photographs of Confederate batteries at Yorktown.
Page 185 [05-04-1862]Regarding his last day at Yorktown.
Page 186 [05-05-1862]Describes the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 187Includes three photographs of Confederate fortifications at Yorktown.
Page 188Includes three photographs of Confederate fortifications at Yorktown.
Page 189 [12-22-1888]Newspaper clipping of an obituary for General Ayres.
Page 190 [05-05-1862]Describes his arrival at the camp of Captain Ayres at Williamsburg.
Page 191 [12-22-1888]Newspaper engraving of General Ayres.
Page 192Includes three photographs of various buildings in Yorktown.
Page 193 [05-05-1862]Regarding the headquarters of Generals McClellan and Sumner at Williamsburg.
Page 194Partial newspaper clipping regarding the death of General Alex Hays.
Page 195Includes three photographs, showing Yorktown, Alexander Hays, and Colonel Riley.
Page 196 [05-05-1862]Describes spending the night in ''Adam's House'' with generals and military officers at Williamsburg.
Page 197 [05-10-1862]Newspaper clipping of General Hooker's official report of the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 198 [05-10-1862]Newspaper clipping of General Hooker's official report of the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 199 [05-08-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the aftermath of the Battle of Williamsburgh.
Page 200 [05-05-1862]Describes spending the night in ''Adam's House'' with generals and military officers at Williamsburg.
Page 201 [05-08-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the aftermath of the Battle of Williamsburgh.
Page 202 [05-06-1862]Regarding his experiences the morning after the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 203 [05-08-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Samuel Wilkeson for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 204 [05-06-1862]Regarding his experiences the morning after the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 205Newspaper clipping of a map showing the battlefield at Williamsburg.
Page 206 [05-08-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Samuel Wilkeson for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 207 [05-06-1862]Regarding his experiences the day after the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 208 [05-08-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Samuel Wilkeson for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 209 [05-06-1862]Regarding General Heintzelman.
Page 210 [05-08-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Samuel Wilkeson for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the Battle of Williamsburg.
Page 211 [05-06-1862]Regarding his lodgings with Samuel Wilkeson at Williamsburg.
Page 212 [05-15-1862]Published letter written by General Kearny regarding his disapproval of General McClellan.
Page 213 [05-07-1862]Describes Williamsburg under occupation by Union forces.
Page 214 [05-07-1862]Describes visiting makeshift hospitals in huts at Williamsburg.
Page 215Newspaper clipping regarding Confederate General James Longstreet.
Page 216Newspaper engraving of General James Longstreet.
Page 217 [05-07-1862]Describes a visit with General Joseph Hooker.
Page 218 [05-07-1862]Regarding a visit with Lieutenant-Colonel Wells and news of Captain Heine.
Page 219 [05-07-1862]Regarding being turned out of General Heintzelman's headquarters.
Page 220 [05-07-1862]Regarding being turned out of General Heintzelman's headquarters.
Page 221 [05-08-1862]Describes a house in Williamsburg temporarily occupied by reporter Brigham.
Page 222 [05-08-1862]Regarding his day spent in Williamsburg.
Page 223 [05-09-1862]Regarding the beginning of the march of the Army of the Potomac from Williamsburg.
Page 224 [05-09-1862]Regarding events during the march of the Army of the Potomac from Williamsburg.
Page 225Includes four photographs of military personalities.
Page 226 [05-10-1862]Regarding events during the march of the Army of the Potomac from Williamsburg.
Page 227 [05-10-1862]Regarding events during the march of the Army of the Potomac from Williamsburg.
Page 228 [05-10-1862]Regarding events during the march of the Army of the Potomac from Williamsburg.
Page 229 [05-10-1862]Regarding events during the march of the Army of the Potomac from Williamsburg.
Page 230 [05-10-1862]Regarding events during the march of the Army of the Potomac from Williamsburg.
Page 231 [05-11-1862]Regarding arrival of the Army of the Potomac at Cumberland Landing.
Page 232 [05-11-1862]Regarding arrival of the Army of the Potomac at Cumberland Landing.
Page 233 [05-11-1862]Regarding his journey to the ''White House'' in Virginia, ex-residence of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
Page 234 [05-12-1862]Regarding General Robert E. Lee's house, the ''White House.''
Page 235 [05-12-1862]Newspaper clipping regarding a book about America by Rev. Dr. Massie.
Page 236 [05-12-1862]Regarding General Robert E. Lee's house, the ''White House.''
Page 237 [05-12-1862]Regarding his day spent near the ''White House,'' General Robert E. Lee's former residence.
Page 238 [05-12-1862]Regarding spending the night in a clover field with Hall.
Page 239 [05-13-1862]Regarding purchasing a mule.
Page 240 [05-13-1862]Regarding his stay overnight at the house of a man named Atkinson.
Page 241 [05-14-1862]Regarding the arrival of the Signal Corps to Atkinson's house.
Page 242 [05-15-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the movement of the Army of the Potomac towards Richmond.
Page 243 [05-15-1862]Describes his time spent in Atkinson's house.
Page 244 [05-16-1862]Describes his return to General Robert E. Lee's former residence, the ''White House.''
Page 245 [05-18-1862]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for ''The New York Tribune,'' regarding the condition of the people in Virginia.
Page 246 [05-17-1862]Describes spending the night at the camp of Colonel Berdan's sharpshooters.
Page 247 [05-18-1862]Regarding the march of the Army of the Potomac towards Richmond.
Page 248 [05-19-1862]Regarding the march of the Army of the Potomac towards Richmond.
Page 249 [05-19-1862]Describes a short conversation with General Heintzelman about an article Gunn allegedly wrote.
Page 250 [05-20-1862]Regarding the march of the Army of the Potomac towards Richmond.
Page 251 [05-20-1862]Regarding an incident between Mort Thomson and Jesse Haney, as told by a letter from Jack Edwards.
Page 252 [05-20-1862]Describes time spent with Colonel Hays and Dr. Heichhold.
Page 253 [05-21-1862]Regarding the march of the Army of the Potomac towards Richmond.
Page 254 [05-22-1862]Regarding a conversation with Lieutenant-Colonel Wells.
Page 255 [05-22-1862]Regarding sleeping in a deserted house on the way to Richmond.
Page 256 [08-04-1862]Newspaper clipping of letter from General Philip Kearny to O. S. Halstead, Jr., criticizing other generals.
Page 257Newspaper clipping of a ''tribute'' from Confederate General Taylor to General McClellan.
Page 258Newspaper clipping of a map titled ''The Seat of War in Eastern Virginia.''
Page 259Back fly-leaf.
Page 260Back cover.
Page 261Newspaper clipping of engraving of General Hancock.
Page 262 [12-27-1890]Newspaper clipping of engraving of General Terry.
Page 263Newspaper clipping regarding the death of General Philip Kearny.
Page 264 [1874]Newspaper clipping regarding newspaper correspondent George Alfred Townsend.
Page 265 [10-18-1897]Newspaper clipping regarding the death of newspaper editor Charles Dana.
Page 266 [02-03-1888]Newspaper clipping of a review of Brigham's book on Guatemala.
Page 267 [02-10-1886]Newspaper clipping of engravings showing scenes in the life of General Hancock.
Page 268Newspaper clipping regarding a tribute of the Comte de Paris to the late General Philip Kearny in ''The Century.''
Page 269Newspaper clipping regarding the life of General Joseph Hooker.
Page 270Newspaper clipping regarding a book about Bayard Taylor.
Page 271Newspaper clipping of a snippet of dialogue between James Boswell and Samuel Johnson.
Page 272 [1884]Newspaper clipping regarding the life of Bayard Taylor.
Page 273Newspaper clipping regarding the life of Samuel Wilkeson.
Page 274Newspaper clipping regarding the life of Samuel Wilkeson.
Page 275 [1863]Printed drawing of General George B. McClellan, drawn by Thomas Nast.
Page 276 [11-05-1874]Newspaper clipping discussing various events during the American Civil War as told in a book by the Count de Paris.
Page 277Newspaper clipping regarding a day the author spent in India with Bayard Taylor.
Page 278Newspaper clipping regarding a day the author spent in India with Bayard Taylor.
Page 279Newspaper clipping regarding the life of Bayard Taylor.
Page 280Newspaper clipping regarding the life of Bayard Taylor.
Page 281 [1901]Newspaper clipping written by Gunn regarding the visit of the Prince of Wales (Edward VII) to New York City in 1860.