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Tabular statement of heavy artillery in the Department of North Carolina, & c. - Continued.

Where Commanding 32-poun-der 24-poun-der 12-poun-der guns 6-poun-der guns

located. officer. smooth-bores siege

guns

First

Military

District

Fort Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Clifton Colonel

H. T.

Guion, of

the heavy

artillery

Around Colonel ---- ---- ---- ----

Petersburg H. P.

Jones, of

the light

artillery

High Major V. ---- ---- ---- 7

Bridge on Maurin, of

South Side the light

Railroad artillery

Mattoax, ---- ---- 4 2

Richmond

and {

Danville

Railroad

Staunton Major F. ---- ---- 3 2

River J. Boggs,

bridge, of the

Richmond light

and artillery

Danville {

Railroad

Danville,

--------

---- ---- 2 1

Va

Hicksford, Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- 1

Va Colonel

J. J.

Garnett,

of the

artillery

Second

Military

District

Weldon,

--------

3 ---- ---- 3

N. C.

Plymouth, Colonel 8 ---- ---- 4

N. C. S. D.

Pool, of

the 10th

North

Carolina

artillery

Washington

---------

1 3 1 2

N. C.

Kinston,

---------

2 ---- ---- ----

N. C.

Continuation:

Where Commanding 8-inch 12-poun-der 10-poun-der 3-inch

located. officer. colum-biads howitzers howitzers rifles

First

Military

District

Fort Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Clifton Colonel

H. T.

Guion, of

the heavy

artillery

Around Colonel 1 2 ---- ----

Petersburg H. P.

Jones, of

the light

artillery

High Major V. ---- 5 2 4

Bridge on Maurin, of

South Side the light

Railroad artillery

Mattoax, ---- ---- ---- 4

Richmond

and {

Danville

Railroad

Staunton Major F. ---- ---- ---- 1

River J. Boggs,

bridge, of the

Richmond light

and artillery

Danville {

Railroad

Danville,

--------

---- 3 ---- ----

Va

Hicksford, Lieutenant ---- 3 ---- ----

Va Colonel

J. J.

Garnett,

of the

artillery

Second

Military

District

Weldon,

--------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

Plymouth, Colonel ---- ---- ---- ----

N. C. S. D.

Pool, of

the 10th

North

Carolina

artillery

Washington

---------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

Kinston,

---------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

Continuation:

Where Commanding Clay 16-poun-der 18-poun-der 12-poun-der

located. officer. rifles Blakely rifle

guns

First

Military

District

Fort Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Clifton Colonel

H. T.

Guion, of

the heavy

artillery

Around Colonel ---- ---- ---- ----

Petersburg H. P.

Jones, of

the light

artillery

High Major V. 1 1 ---- ----

Bridge on Maurin, of

South Side the light

Railroad artillery

Mattoax, ---- ---- ---- ----

Richmond

and {

Danville

Railroad

Staunton Major F. ---- 1 1 ----

River J. Boggs,

bridge, of the

Richmond light

and artillery

Danville {

Railroad

Danville,

--------

---- ---- ---- ----

Va

Hicksford, Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Va Colonel

J. J.

Garnett,

of the

artillery

Second

Military

District

Weldon,

--------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

Plymouth, Colonel ---- ---- ---- 1

N. C. S. D.

Pool, of

the 10th

North

Carolina

artillery

Washington

---------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

Kinston,

---------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

REMARKS. - In the above statement Plymouth and Washington are put down because the last report received by me from the Second Military District was made on August 31, 1864, since which time Plymouth has fallen into the hands of the enemy. My connection with the artillery of this department existed only during General Beauregard's command of it, and during which time I received no report of the armament of the forts at Wilmington, and consequently am unable to give any. About September 1 there were two irregular light batteries at Wilmington in addition to those above stated, manned and officered by details from the garrison. Coit's, Stribling's, Moseley's, and the Twelfth Virginia Battalions constitute the artillery of Anderson's corps.

Respectfully submitted.

H. P. JONES,

Colonel and Chief of Artillery, Anderson's Corps.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA,

December 27, 1864 - 9.30 p. m.

Honorable JAMES A. SEDDON,

Secretary of War:

General Bragg reports the enemy having re-embarked under cover of his fleet. The damage to Fort Fisher slight, though the bombardment was very heavy. Major-General Whiting, commander at the mouth of