War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 0666 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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The following is a list of ammunition expended:

Desig 24- 8-inch 10- 30- 4 1\2-

natio pounde siege inch pounde inch

n of r mortar siege r ordnan

batte Coehor s. mortar Parrot ce

ry. n s. s. guns.

mortar

s.

Numbe ...... ...... ...... 235 ......

rs . .

4...

Numbe .... 237 438

rs ..... .....

5...

Numbe 208 .... ......

rs .... ..... .

8....

Numbe 312 .... .... ..... ....

rs

9...

No. 10 308 210 ..... ......

... ..... .

Numbe 561 225 .... ....

rs .....

12...

.

Fort ... 225 ... .... ....

Morto

n....

Numbe ... ... 212 ... 209

rs

20...

.

Fort ...... .... 180

Davis ..... ..... ..

...

Fort .... ..... 640

Emery ..... .....

a...

Total 954 389

... 1,389 212 1,313

a Also called Fort Avery.

The following is a complete list of captured guns and mortars, excepting the field removed under your orders. All siege and sea-coast guns have been removed under mine, and to my deport, as arranged between us; also all siege ammunition, &c., and all the ordnance from the Appomattoz batteries, including Clifton:

Petersburg Appomatto Total.

lines. x

batteries

,

including

Fort

Clifton.

12- 4 .... 4

pounder

Coehorn

iron

mortars

24- 16 .... 16

pounder

Coehorn

iron

mortars

8-inch 7 2 9

siege

mortars

8-inch 2 .... 2

siege

howitzers

8-inch 1 1 2

columbiad

s

6-pounder .... 1 1

iron gun

(smooth)

12- ..... 1 1

pounder

mountain

howitzer,

U. S.

24- ..... 2 2

pounder

iron

howitzers

32- ..... 2 2

pounder

guns,

short

(smooth)

3-inch ..... 1 1

rifle

16- ..... 1 1

pounder

Blakely

rifle

20- ..... 1 1

pounder

Parrott

rifle

30- ..... 1 1

pounder

Parrott

rifle

30- ..... 4 4

pounder

Brooke

rifle

32- ..... 2 2

pounder,

banded

and

rifled

4, 64- ..... 1 1

inch

Brooke

rifled

4 1\2 ..... 1 1

rifle

Total 30 21 51

I will see General Barnard to-day about having the lines surveyed; he is making arrangements for so doing, I understand.

I am, general, your obedient servant,

HENRY L. ABBOT,

Brevet Brigadier-General of Volunteers, Commanding.

Bvt. Brigadier General J. C. TIDBALL,

Chief of Artillery, Ninth Corps.