War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0225 Chapter XXXII. THE STONE'S RIVER CAMPAIGN.

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Soap........................................pounds....... 1,380

Molasses....................................gallons...... 42

Mixed vegetables............................pounds....... 220

TAKEN UP.

Fresh beef..................................pounds....... 4,500

Bacon.........................................do.........29,873

Flour.......................................barrels......5 64/196

Hard bread..................................pounds.......38,382

Beans.......................................bushels......31 18/22

Rice........................................pounds.......2,537 5/16

Roasted coffee................................do......... 4,681

Tea...........................................do......... 91

Sugar.........................................do......... 6,835

Vinegar.....................................gallons...... 80

Adamantine candles..........................pounds....... 360

Soap..........................................do......... 1,532

(Fourteenth Army Corps, Second Division.-Capt. W. J. Kane, commissary of subsistence.)

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Pork.......................................barrels....... 4

Fresh beef.................................pounds........ 6,432

Bacon........................................do.......... 500

Flour......................................barrels....... 5

Coffee.....................................pounds........ 150

Sugar........................................do.......... 1,400

Molasses...................................gallons....... 40

(Twenty-first Army Corps, First Division.-Capt. S. D. Henderson, commissary of subsistence.)

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Head of cattle,estimated to weigh 600 pounds each, net.... 38

(Second Division.-Lieut. C. C. Peck, acting commissary of subsistence.)

LOST.

Bacon.....................................pounds......... 4,500

Hard bread..................................do........... 5,000

(Third Division.-Capt. J. O. Stanage, acting commissary of subsistence.)

LOST.

Bacon.....................................pounds......... 1,295

Roasted coffee..............................do........... 3,922

Tea.........................................do........... 46

Soap........................................do........... 893

No. 6. Report of Lieut. Col. John W. Taylor, U. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster, of public animals and means of transportation captured by the enemy, &c., December 26, 1862-January 16, 1863.

HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, Murfreesborough, February 1, 1863.

GENERAL: I have the honor to report herewith a statement of the losses of animals and means of transportation during the battle of

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