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Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia in the summer of 1862, &c.-Continued.

LEFT WING-Continued.

Division. Battery. 20- 10 3- Blak Hotc

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Early's (10 Brown's - 2 1 - -

rifles, 6

Napoleons, and 6

short range).

Balthis' - - - - -

Dement's - - - - -

Carrington's - - 2 - -

Latimer's - - 2 - -

D'Aquin's - 1 2 - -

Reserve Poague's 2 2 - - -

Artillery,

Colonel J. T.

Brown (10 rifles,

1 Napoleon, and

13 short range).

Smith's - 2 - - -

Dance's - - 1 - -

Watson's - 2 - - 1

Hupp's - - - - -

Brooke's - - - - -

Total 2 17 29 2 1

Division. Battery. Whi 12 Napo 6-

two - leon poun

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r

ho

wi

tz

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s

Early's (10 Brown's - - - -

rifles, 6

Napoleons, and 6

short range).

Balthis' - - - 2

Dement's - - 4 -

Carrington's - 2 - 2

Latimer's - - 2 -

D'Aquin's - - - -

Reserve Poague's - - - -

Artillery,

Colonel J. T.

Brown (10 rifles,

1 Napoleon, and

13 short range).

Smith's - 2 - -

Dance's - 2 - 1

Watson's - 1 - -

Hupp's - 2 - 2

Brooke's - 1 1 2

Total 1 22 18 31

GENERAL RESERVE.

Battalion Battery. 20 10 3- Ho Ja Wi 12 Nap 6-

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Pa Pa . fl ho

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Cutts' Lane's 2 3 - - - 1 - - -

Ross' - 3 - - - - 2 1 -

Blackshears' - - - - - - 3 - 3

Nelson's Kirkpatrick' - - - - - - 2 - 4

s

Massie's - - - - - - - - 6

Milledge's - 1 3 1 1 - - - -

Total. 2 7 3 1 1 1 7 1 13

In all-with right wing, 112 pieces, viz, 45 rifles, 13 Napoleons, and 54 short range; with left wing. 123 pieces, viz, 52 rifles, 18 Napoleons, and 53 short range; in general reserve, 15 rifles, 1 Napoleon, and 20 short range.

Numbers 211. Report of Captain John G. Barnwell, Reserve Artillery, of operations September 14-19.

HEADQUARTERS RESERVE ARTILLERY,

October 22, 1862.

COLONEL: Having been sent to Richmond on duty by Brigadier-General Pendleton, I have bee prevented from making my report as to this command sooner.

On September 14, the Reserve Artillery consisted of the battalions of Colonels J. T. Brown and Lee and that commanded by Major [William] Nelson, and, on the evening of that day, were placed in position by General Pendleton on the heights of Beaver Creek, but were not engaged.