eHistory logo Primary Sources Section
Primary Sources Home | Search eHistory

The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies

You are currently in Volume XLVI | Pages range from 1 to 1348

Go to Page (current volume):  
Index | Previous | Next
OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 46, Part 1 (Appomattox Campaign)
Page 666 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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.


Page 666 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.
OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 46, Part 1 (Appomattox Campaign)
Index | Previous | Next
This symbol external link icon indicates an external link
All images and content are the property of eHistory at The Ohio State University unless otherwise stated.
Copyright © 2014 OSU Department of History. All rights reserved. [citation and copyright information]
eHistory icon