War of the Rebellion: Serial 037 Page 0418 Mississippi, WEST TENNESSEE, ETC. Chapter XXXVI.

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ADDENDA.

Report of ordnance and ordnance stores lost at Grand Gulf, May 3, Big Black Bridge, May 17, and at the surrender of Vicksburg, MISS. [July 4], 1863, belonging to General Bowen's DIVISION.

[Extract.]

Ordnance, &c. Guibor' Landi Wade Dawso Lowe' Total

s s' batte n's s

battery batte ry batte batte

ry ry ry

8-inch shell 1 --- --- --- --- 1

gun

32-pounder 1 --- --- --- --- 1

gun, rifled

6-pounder 2 --- --- 2 --- 4

guns, smooth-

bore

12-pounder 2 --- --- 2 2 6

howitzers

12-pounder --- 2 2 --- --- 4

Napoleon guns,

bronze

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

carriages

24-pounder --- 2 --- 1 --- 3

howitzers,

bronze

24-pounder --- 2 --- --- --- 2

howitzer

carriages

Caissons 4 --- 4 5 --- 13

Battery wagons 1 1 1 1 1 5

Traveling 1 1 1 1 1 5

forges

Total 12 10 8 12 4 46

Respectfully submitted with this explanation, that the guns of the Wade, Dawson, and Lowe batteries were all lost at Big Black, May 17, and also two guns one 6-pounder smooth bore and one 12-pounder howitzer of the Guibor battery, and that the guns of the Landis and one 6-pounder smooth bore and one 12-pounder howitzer of the Guibor batteries were lost by the surrender of Vicksburg, July 4, and that the 8 inch shell gun and the 32-pounder rifled gun of the Guinbor battery were lost at Grand Gulf by the evacuation of that place, May 3, 1863.

F. M. COCKRELL,

Brigadier-DIVISION, commanding Bowen's DIVISION.

Report of ordnance and ordnance stores lost in the SECOND DIVISION, Missouri Volunteers, at Grand Gulf, Baker's Creek, Big Black, and Vicksburg.

[Extract.]

Small-arms and First First SECOND Total

ammunition Missouri Missouri Missouri

Brigade Brigade, Brigade

ordnance

department

Small arms: 265 175 450 890

Percussion-lock

muskets, caliber

69

Mississippi --- 150 --- 150

rifles, caliber

54

Minie muskets, 94 300 --- 394

caliber 58

Enfield rifles, 1,549 75 --- 1,624

caliber 57

British muskets, 6 --- 350 356

caliber 75

Belgian muskets, 8 --- --- 8

caliber 70

1,922 700 800 3,422

Ammunition: Buck 8,900 7,000 --- 15,900

and ball

cartridges,

caliber 69

Minie 15,880 50,000 --- 65,880

cartridges,

caliber 58

Enfield 60,140 29,000 --- 89,140

cartridges,

caliber 57

Mississippi 100 6,000 --- 6,100

rifle

cartridges,

caliber 54

Musket caps 93,740 92,000 --- 185,740

Total 178,760 184,000 --- 362,760

Respectfully submitted.

J. M. FLANAGAN,

Assistant Adjutant-General