War of the Rebellion: Serial 011 Page 0608 KY.,TENN.,N.MISS.,N.ALA., AND SW.VA. Chapter XXII.

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Armament, &c., of the troops stationed in and around Grenada, Miss., June 12, 1862.

Name of company,battalion Number and kind of Number

or regiment. arms. unarmed.

1st Alabama Regiment.

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397 condemned muskets. 979

33rd Mississippi

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Regiment. 6 3-inch rifled, 2

howitzers,4

Pointe Coupee Light smooth-bores, 3 3/4

Artillery. inches.

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50 muskets. 2 co's

[Gallimard's] Sappers and

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Miners. 10 2-pounder breech-

loading guns.

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Ward's artillery 45

battalion

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[Moorehead's] Partisan 75

Rangers.

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Without arms.

Thomasson's company.

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260

20th Mississippi Without arms.

Regiment.

434 muskets.

Ford's cavalry company.

1st Confederate

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Battalion. 806 muskets.

Missouri Volunteers.

12th Louisiana Regiment.

Amount of ammunition. Total Total Total

present. absent. present and

absent.

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111 58 169

Without ammunition. 669 310 979

165 9 174

150 3-inch rifle

fixed ammunition;

600 rounds fixed

6-pounder smooth-bore

200 rounds 12-pounder

howitzers;1,000

friction primers. 50 ---- 50

202 49 251

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24 rounds to each 42 42 84

gun. 30 20 50

45 ---- 45

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58 17 75

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320 111 431

Without ammunition. 247 127 374

849 217 1,006

Without ammunition.

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2,788 960 3,748

40 rounds per man.

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Since the reception of this morning's four companies of Col. B. D. Harman's regiment and Col. H. R. Miller's Mississippi Regiment, numbering respectively about 160 and 800, have been added to the command. Colonel Miller's troops are unarmed. Colonel Harman's have 130 mixed guns in good order.

One hundred and fifty-four men of Colonel Shelby's Thirty-ninth Mississippi Regiment, left here sick when the regiment moved, are not included in the above report. They have 41 defective flint-lock muskets and no ammunition.

JNO. B. VILLEPIGUE,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.