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[CHAP. XXXI.

Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia in the summer of 1862, at Sharpsburg, &c.*

RIGHT WING.

Division. Brigade. Battery. 20- 10- 3-

pound poun inch

er der rifl

Parro Parr es.

tts. otts

Anderson's (11 Wilcox's Lewis' - 2 2

rifles and 9 short

range)

Wright's Grandy's - 2 -

Perry's Maurin's - 2 1

Mahone's Huger's - 1 1

Featherst - - -

on's

McLaws' (7 rifles Semmes' Manly's - - 1

and 11 short range)

Cobb's Carlton's - 2 -

Barksdale McCarthy's - 2 -

's

Kershaw's Read's - 1 1

Pickett's (3 rifles, Armistead Dearing's - 1 -

4 Napoleons and 9 's

short range.)

Kemper's Macon's - 2 -

Jenkins' Stribling' - - -

s

Corse's - - -

Hood's (4 rifles, 5 Toombs' Bachman's - - -

Napoleons, and 5

short range).

Anderson' Garden's - - -

s

Robertson Reilly's - 2 2

's

Law's - - -

Ransom's (6 rifles Cooke's Branch's - 1 2

and 6 short range)

Ransom's French's - 3 -

Artillery Reserve Washingto Squires' - 1 2

n

Artillery

Miller's - - -

Richardson - - -

's

Eshleman's - - -

Jordan's - - 2

Rhett's 2 2 -

Moody's - - 2

Parker's - - 2

Eubank's - - 1

Total. ---

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2 24 19

Division. Brigade. Battery. 24- 12- Nap 6-

pou pou ole po

nde nde ons un

r rs . de

how how rs

itz itz

ers ers

Anderson's (11 Wilcox's Lewis' - - - -

rifles and 9 short

range)

Wright's Grandy's - 2 - 2

Perry's Maurin's - - - -

Mahone's Huger's - - - 2

Featherst - - - -

on's

McLaws' (7 rifles Semmes' Manly's - 2 - 3

and 11 short range)

Cobb's Carlton's - 1 - 2

Barksdale McCarthy's - - - 2

's

Kershaw's Read's - - - 1

Pickett's (3 rifles, Armistead Dearing's - 1 - 2

4 Napoleons and 9 's

short range.)

Kemper's Macon's - - - 4

Jenkins' Stribling' 2 - 4 -

s

Corse's - - - -

Hood's (4 rifles, 5 Toombs' Bachman's - - 4 -

Napoleons, and 5

short range).

Anderson' Garden's - 1 1 2

s

Robertson Reilly's 2 - - -

's

Law's - - - -

Ransom's (6 rifles Cooke's Branch's - 3 - -

and 6 short range)

Ransom's French's - 3 - -

Artillery Reserve Washingto Squires' - - - -

n

Artillery

Miller's - - 2 -

Richardson - 2 2 -

's

Eshleman's - 2 - 2

Jordan's - 1 - 1

Rhett's - - - -

Moody's 2 - - -

Parker's - 2 - -

Eubank's - 1 - 1

Total. ---

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6 21 13 27

LEFT WING.

Division Battery. 20- 10- 3- Blak Hotc

poun pou inch ely hkis

der nde rifl rifl s

Parr r es es. rifl

ots. Par es.

rot

s

D. H. Hill's (9 Bondurant's - - 2 - -

rifles and 14

short range)

R. C. M. Page's - - 2 - -

Fry's - - 1 - -

Hardaway's - - 2 - -

Carter's - 1 - - -

A. P. Hill's Braxton's - - 2 - -

(9 rifles, 8

Napoleons, and

13 short

range)

Latham's - - - - -

McIntosh's - 1 1 - -

Davidson's - - 1 - -

Crenshaw's - - - - -

M. Johnson's - - 2 - -

Pegram's - 2 - - -

J. R. Jones' Brockenbrough's - - 1 2 -

(12 rifles, 3

Napoleons, and

5 short range)

Raine's - - 3 - -

Caskie's - 1 - - -

Lusk's - 1 1 - -

Carpenter's - - 2 - -

Wooding's - 2 1 - -

Division Battery. Whit 12- Napo 6-

wort pou leon poun

hs. nde s. ders

r .

how

itz

ers

D. H. Hill's (9 Bondurant's - 2 - -

rifles and 14

short range)

R. C. M. Page's - 1 - 3

Fry's - 1 - 3

Hardaway's 1 - - -

Carter's - 2 - 2

A. P. Hill's Braxton's - - - 4

(9 rifles, 8

Napoleons, and

13 short

range)

Latham's - - 2 2

McIntosh's - 1 1 -

Davidson's - - 2 1

Crenshaw's - 1 1 2

M. Johnson's - 2 - -

Pegram's - - 2 -

J. R. Jones' Brockenbrough's - 1 - -

(12 rifles, 3

Napoleons, and

5 short range)

Raine's - 1 - -

Caskie's - - - 3

Lusk's - - - 2

Carpenter's - - 2 -

Wooding's - - 1 -

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*This statement does not account for the batteries of Anderson, Blackshear, J. S. Brown, Chapman, Coke, Cleet, John R. Johnson, Leake, Lloyd, Nelson, T. J. Page, jr., Rogers, Thompson, and Wimbish, disbanded under General Lee's order of October 4, 1862, the men, guns, &c., being distributed to other batteries; nor for Cuutshaw's and Rice's batteries, consolidated September 26 with Carpenter's and Wooding's batteries, nor for Boyce's, Moorman's, Pelham's, and Woolfolk's batteries. The battery reported above as Fry's was Peyton's during the campaign, and that given as Massie's

was the organization of October 4, 1862, from Ancell's and Huckstep's batteries; and Alexander's battalion" was S. D. Lee's battalion during the campaign and till November 7, 1862.

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