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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 11, Part 2 (Peninsular Campaign)
Page 762 THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN, VA. Chapter XXIII.


No. 301. Report of Colonel J. B. Walton,

Chief of Artillery, of guns taken, &c.

Captured by- 3-inch 12- Napoleo 10-

rifles pounde n inch

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howitz t

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Captain Squires 1 -- -- --

Captain Dearing -- 1 -- --

Captain Maurin 1 -- -- --

Captain Stribling -- -- 3 --

Captain Chapman 1 -- -- --

Captain Rogers -- -- -- 1

Captain Braxton 2 -- -- --

Captain Andrews -- -- 5 --

Captain Bachman -- -- 2 --

Total 5 1 10 1

T u r n e d i n.

Captured by- 12- Blak 24- 12- 6- To whom.

poun eley poun poun poun

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howi howi guns gun

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s

Captain Squires -- -- -- -- --

Captain Dearing 1 -- -- -- -- Left of field.

Captain Maurin -- 1 -- -- -- Ordnance

depot.

Captain -- -- 2 1 -- Lieutenant-

Stribling Colonel

Coleman.

Captain Chapman -- -- -- -- --

Captain Rogers -- -- -- -- 1 General

Pendleton

Captain Braxton -- -- -- -- --

Captain Andrews -- -- -- 4 -- General

Pendleton.

Captain Bachman -- -- -- -- --

Total 1 1 2 5 1

No guns or caissons lost or captured by the enemy.

Recapitulation.-Seventeen guns taken by this corps; ten guns turned in.

J. B. WALTON,

Colonel and Chief of Artillery, Right Wing.


HEADQUARTERS ARTILLERY CORPS, RIGH WING,
Camp Longstreet, July 24, 1862.


No. 302. Report of Brigadier General James L. Kemper,

C. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of the battle of Frazier's Farm (Nelson's Farm, or Glendale).

HDQRS. FIRST BRIGADE, LONGSTREET'S DIVISION, July 17, 1862.

MAJOR:I have the honor to submit the following report of the recent operations of my command:

This brigade left its camp on the Williamsburg road about dawn on the morning of Thursday, the 26th ultimo, numbering 1,433 muskets, and provided with three days' rations, which were carried by the men in their haversacks.

The division being marched left in front during the late operations on the north side of the Chickahominy, the First Brigade brought up the rear of its line, and was not ordered into any of the actions which occurred prior to Monday, the 30th ultimo. It was held in reserve, however, in immediate proximity to the battle-fields of the 26th and 27th ultimo as well as that of the 1st instant, in readiness to be thrown into action at a moment's notice.

Upon the 30th ultimo the division was halted in the vicinity of the enemy on the road leading through Frazier's farm, and under the


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