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Numbers 266. Report of Major John A. Harman, C. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster, of captured property during the second and third quarters, 1862.

LIST OF PROPERTY CAPTURED AND TURNED IN TO THE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER VALLEY DISTRICT DURING THE SECOND AND THIRD QUARTERS.

Quires letter paper....................................... 94

Quires cap paper.......................................... 64 1/2

Quires note paper......................................... 10

Envelopes................................................ 3,425

Steel pens............................................... 172

Bottles of ink........................................... 95

Bottle of red ink........................................ 1

Bottle of mucilage....................................... 1

Camp stoves.............................................. 65

Cooking stoves........................................... 2

Tin plates............................................... 292

Spoons................................................... 52

Tin cups................................................. 20

Table knives............................................. 80

Table forks.............................................. 31

Packs of cards........................................... 12

Anvils................................................... 8

Set of blacksmith tools.................................. 1

Crowbars................................................. 32

Vises.................................................... 7

Rasps.................................................... 575

Files.................................................... 12

Hatchets................................................. 31

Cross-cut saws........................................... 15

Auger.................................................... 1

Hammers.................................................. 10

Sets of carpenter's tools................................ 3

Chests................................................... 5

Iron maul................................................ 1

Peg-cutter............................................... 1

Pairs of shoes........................................... 305

Pairs of ladies' shoes................................... 2

Pairs of misses' shoes................................... 2

Pairs of children's shoes................................ 3

Oilcloth blankets........................................ 30

Blankets................................................. 14

Hats..................................................... 2

Neckties................................................. 30

Boxes of paper collars................................... 7

Pairs of socks........................................... 90

Pairs of suspenders...................................... 7

Handkerchief............................................. 6

Picket-pins.............................................. 28

Pulley-block............................................. 1

Lock screw............................................... 1

Insulators............................................... 190

Tents.................................................... 134

Horses................................................... 323

Mules.................................................... 21

Wagons................................................... 19

Sets of lead harness..................................... 9

Sets of wheel harness.................................... 2

Pairs of traces.......................................... 87

Pairs of artillery traces................................ 13

Halter chains............................................ 47

Tar buckets.............................................. 10

Collars.................................................. 61

Saddles.................................................. 12

Bridles.................................................. 21

Artillery saddles........................................ 27

Artillery valises........................................ 6

Leg guards............................................... 2

Pairs of artillery harness............................... 19

Breast straps............................................ 5

Breeching................................................ 5

Feed pockets............................................. 16

Wagon bolts.............................................. 25

Wagon hammers............................................ 320

Wheelbarrows............................................. 8

Axes..................................................... 13

Helves................................................... 127

Picks.................................................... 277

Shovels.................................................. 212

Spades................................................... 82

Mess-pans................................................ 50

Camp kettles............................................. 71

Skillet-lid.............................................. 1

Buckets.................................................. 144

Yards of cotton cloth.................................... 546

Horseshoes............................................... 3,816

Pounds of horseshoes.....................................14,061

Pounds of horseshoe nails................................ 860

Pounds of nails.......................................... 50

Pounds of spikes......................................... 20

Pounds of rope........................................... 303

Feet of picket rope...................................... 200

Pounds of iron........................................... 275

Kegs of grease........................................... 4

Barrel of tar............................................ 1

Pounds of leather........................................ 5,300

Cans of oil.............................................. 1

Bundles of telegraph wire................................ 29

Platform scales.......................................... 3

Keg of white lead........................................ 1

In addition to the above, which is a list of the captured property that came into my possession, a considerable amount came into the hands of the various quartermasters of the command, which, it is supposed, they have reported to Richmond. A large amount of the property captured, however, was not turned into the quartermaster's department at all, the order to turn over such property not having been fully carried out, especially by the cavalry. A very large amount of medical and ordnance stores were captured and sent off by me, for the character and amount