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[Sub-Inclosure.]

Statement of clothing manufactured at quartermaster's depot at Atlanta, Ga., by Major G. W. Cunningham, quartermaster.

Quarter ending Quarter ending

December 31, 1862. March 31, 1863

Articles. Quantity Average Quantity Average

cost. cost.

Jackets....number... 37,150 $ 8 63 - -

Pants.....pairs.... 13,430 8 61 33,960 $7 83

Cotton drawers..do.. 13,700 76 34,992 1 31

Cotton shirts..... 10,475 1 15 89,245 1 84

....number........

Flannel shirts..do.. 1,500 6 75 1,160 5 03

Total 76,255 - 159,357 -

Manufactured at quartermaster's depot at Atlanta, Ga.,by Major G. W. Cunningham, quartermaster, during month of March, 1863, 3,285 pais of shoes; actual cost each pair, $4.23.

EXHIBIT G.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE,

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT.

Tullahoma, March 23, 1863.

Lieutenant Colonel E. J. HARVIE,

Inspector-General, General Johnston's Staff:

COLONEL: I have the honor to report that the army stationed at Tullahoma is supplied up to the 31st instant, and we have the stores on hand to supply the army at Shelbyville up to that time. According to my estimates, we will have on hand on the 1st of April, at our respective depots at Shelbyville, Tullahoma, and Chattanooga-

Flour..................................pounds............ 176,000

Bacon..................................do................ 36,000

Mess beef..............................do................ 7,390

Molasses...............................barrels........... 150

Rice...................................tierches.......... 70

Soap...................................pounds............ 35,000

Sugar..................................hogsheads......... 100

Vinegar................................barrels........... 200

Whisky and brandy......................do................ 100

Hard bread.............................pounds............ 15,000

We receive daily here and at Shelbyville sufficient meal for the current demand, and at the rate of about 15,000 pounds of bacon. We require daily, according to our table of rations hereto annexed-

Bacon..................................pounds............ 35,000

Meal...................................do................ 87,500

Rice...................................do................ 3,500

Soap...................................do................ 1,400

Vinegar................................gallons........... 350

Molasses...............................do................ 522

Salt...................................bushels........... 44

And have, therefore, stock on hand to supply us with bacon up to the 2nd April; rice to the 11th April; vinegar to the 22nd April; soap to the 25th April; molasses to the 11th April.

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