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Report of artillery in Major-General Magruder' division, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel S. D. Lee, June 24, 1862.

Captain. Off Men 32- 24 12- 12 Par 3- 6- Hors

ice pou - pou - rot in pou es.

rs nde po nde po ril ch nde

rs un r un es ri r

de how de fl gun

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s

Carlton 5 121 - - 2 - - - 2 73

[Henry H.]

Jordan 3 60 - 3 - 1 - - - 57

[Tyler C.]

Read [John 3 73 - - 2 - - - 2 59

P. W.]

Brown 4 87 - - 2 - - - 2 64

[J. S.]

Cosnahan 1 31 - - - 1 - - - 15

[Joseph

B.]

Lane 2 34 - - - 1 1 - - 28

[John]

Kemper - - - - - - - - - -

[Del.]

Page [T. 3 26 - - - - - 1 1 38

Jeff.]

Richardson 4 48 2 - - - - - - 40

[L. W.]

Ritter 1 43 - - - - 1 - 3 48

[W. B.]

Woolfolk 4 61 - - 2 - - 2 - 53

[Pichegru,

jr.]

Young 4 51 - - - - - - 2 34

[E. R.]

Manly 3 95 - - 2 - - 1 3 45

[Basily

C.]

Moody 3 106 - - 2 - - 2 2 93

[George

V.]

Captain. Brigade Effic Station

iency

Carlton General Good Right of Nine-mile road, near

[Henry H.] Cobb's General Jones' headquarters

Jordan General Good Lef of Nine-mile road, in

[Tyler C.] Cobb's traverse fort, Mrs. Price's

farm

Read [John General Good Right of Nine-mile road, in

P. W.] Cobb's redoubts in advance of Burnt

Tavern.

Brown Colonel Good Left of Nine-mile road, in

[J. S.] Anderson' woods near Mrs. Price's farm.

s

Cosnahan Colonel Good Left of Nine-mile road, in

[Joseph Anderson' traverse fort, Mrs. Price's

B.] s farm.

Lane Colonel Good Mrs. Price's farm.

[John] Anderson'

s

Kemper General Very

[Del.] Toomb's good

Page [T. General - Left of Nine-mile road in

Jeff.] Toombs' clover field, beyond New Bridge

road.

Richardson General Good Redoubt at Burnt Tavern.

[L. W.] Toombs'

Ritter General Good Left of Nine-mile road, Mrs.

[W. B.] Toombs' Price's farm.

Woolfolk General Good Mrs. Price's.

[Pichegru, Toombs'

jr.]

Young General Good Left of Nine-mile road in

[E. R.] Toombs' clover field, beyond New Bridge

road.

Manly General Good

[Basily Semmes'

C.]

Moody General Very

[George Semmes' good

V.]

I would respectfully recommend that Page's, Young's, and Cosnahan's batteries be sent to the Reserve Artillery, under the brigadier-general commanding, until reorganized. At present they are not organized, efficient companies. They require repairs and refitting, which cannot be accomplished in the field. I request that an efficient six-gun battery be sent to replace them.

[STEPHEN D. LEE.]

P. HAMILTON.

Lieutenant of Artillery and Adjutant.

I will not delay this report for Captain Kemper's. As soon as it is received at this office will forward it to headquarters.

P. HAMILTON, Adjutant.