War of the Rebellion: Serial 013 Page 0551 Chapter XXIII. SEVEN-DAYS' BATTLES.

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No. 226. Guns captured at Frazier's Farm and Malvern Hill,

taken from the field by Colonel J. T. Brown, First Regiment Virginia Artillery.

Number of Caliber and Condition of To whom

guns description of gun delivered

guns

7 12-pounder Spiked... Major Walker...

Napoleon guns

1 12-pounder field ...do... ...do...

howitzer

6 10-pounder rifle ...do... ...do...

Parrotts

2 20-pounder rifle ...do... ...do...

Parrotts

1 10-pounder rifle Spiked and Fayette

Parrott carriage broken Artillery

1 24-pounder field Good Richmond

howitzer

CAISSONS CAPTURED

1 12-pounder Good... Third Company

caisson Howitzers.

...do....

1 6-pounder caisson ...do... ...do...

1 10-pounder Damaged Fayette

Parrott caisson Artillery

1 12-pounder Good Park

Parrott caisson

1 24-pounder ...do... ...do...

Parrott caisson

1 10-pounder ...do... Captain Coke

Parrott caisson

1 12-pounder Pole broken; Park

Parrott caisson chest damaged

SMALL-ARMS

CAPTURED.

- 10 muskets - Richmond

- 1 German rifle - ...do...

- 9 bayonets - ...do...

ORDNANCE

CAPTURED.

91 3-inch Parrott Damaged Richmond

shell

5 3-inch Parrott ...do... ...do...

shot

By whom owned With whom Condition and Remarks

exchanged caliber of

guns

exchanged

United States - - Some of these

guns were sent

to Richmond;

others exchanged

on the field.

...do... - -

...do... - - They were all

brought from the

field of battle

by Lieutenant-

Colonel Coleman.

...do... - -

...do... Fayette 1 State rifle This was given

Artillery the Fayette

because so much

broken as to be

unable to be

removed.

- - -

CAISSONS

CAPTURED.

United States Third Company Old wagon These were given

caisson the Third

Company

Howitzers in

place old wagon

ones which were

given them when

they first

entered service.

...do... ...do.. ...do..

...do... ...do... ...do...

...do... - -

...do... - -

...do... - - For a Parrott

gun for which

there no caisson

...do... - -

SMALL-ARMS

CAPTURED.

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- - -

- - -

ORDNANCE

CAPTURED

- - -

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