War of the Rebellion: Serial 037 Page 0411 Chapter XXXVI. THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG, MISS.

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ADDENDA.

Return of Casualties in Shoup's Brigade during the siege of Vicksburg.

[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &tc.]

Killed Wounded

Command Office Enlist Office Enlist Aggre

rs ed men rs ed men gate

Brigade staff 2 3 2 --- 7

26th Louisiana 4 24 2 42 72

27th Louisiana 3 55 4 92 154

28th [29th] 3 13 3 54 73

Louisiana

Total 12 95 11 188 306

Report of arms and ammunition on hand in THIRD Brigade, Smith's DIVISION, Brigadier General F. A. Shoup commanding, on the day of capitulation of Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.

Command 26th 27th 28th Artil Total

Louisia Louisia [29th] lery

na na Louisia

na

Arms 700 850 375 --- 1,925

Ammunition, 45,000 55,000 35,000 --- 135,000

in rounds

24-pounder --- --- --- 1 1

howitzer

12-pounder --- --- --- 2 2

howitzers

12-pounder --- --- --- 1 1

smooth-bore

3-inch rifle --- --- --- 1 1

Average --- --- --- 160 160

rounds

ammunition

to each

piece

The total amount of artillery ammunition on the field was 800 rammers. We had on this field about 100 hand-grenades, 60 rampart-grenades, and 4 thunder-barrels.

Respectfully submitted.

J. G. CLARKE,

Lieutenant, and Acting Ordnance Officer THIRD Brigade.

[Indorsement.]

Approved. One Withoworth gun on my line was disabled on May 19, form effect of its own shot. The two howitzer belonged regularly to my brigade, the other artillery was detached from other commands.

F. A. SHOUP,

Brigadier-General.

DEMOPOLIS,

August 31, 1863.

Number 91. Reports of Brigadier General John S. Bowen, c. S. Army, commanding DIVISION. HDQRS. SECOND DIVISION, ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI, Vicksburg, May 28, 1863.

SIR: I have the honor to state that, in accordance with orders from the Lieutenant-general commanding, I ordered two of Colonel Cockrell's regiments the First and fifth Missouri to relieve General Green, and