War of the Rebellion: Serial 044 Page 0355 Chapter XXXIX. THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN.

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[Indorsement]

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, January 19, 1864.

Of the three guns mentioned by General Pendleton as taken by the enemy after the battle of Gettysburg, it will appear, from the report of Lieutenant-Colonel [Briscoe G.] Baldwin, chief of ordnance, that he secured and brought off all, though the carriages had to be destroyed.

R. E. LEE.

ADDENDA.

Artillery in the army of Northern Virginia, "after Gettysburg. "

Battalions 20-pounder 10-pounder 3-inch Whitworths Napoleons 24-pounder

Parrotts Parrots rifles howitzers

FIRST CORPS. --- 4 4 --- 3 1

Colonel

Cabell: Has

Lost --- --- 1 --- --- ---

Major Henry: --- 6 1 --- 11 ---

Has

Lost --- --- 1 --- --- ---

Major 2 3 1 --- 12 ---

Dearing has

Colonel 2 1 7 --- 6 4

Alexander:

Has

Lost --- --- --- --- --- ---

Major --- --- 1 --- 8 ---

Eshleman:

Has

Lost --- --- --- --- 1 ---

The [First] 4 14 14 --- 40 5

Corps has

SECOND 2 5 3 --- 6 ---

CORPS.

Lieutenant-Colonel

Andrews: Has

Lost --- --- --- --- --- ---

Lieutenant-Colonel --- 4 6 --- 6 ---

Carter has

Battalions 12-pounder Battery Caissons Forges Rounds Serviceable

howitzers wagon of horses

ammunition,

average

per gun

FIRST CORPS. 3 1 15 2 118 213

Colonel Cabell:

Has

Lost --- --- 1 --- --- ---

Major Henry: --- 1 All 4 156 ---

Has

Lost 1 --- --- --- --- ---

Major Dearing --- --- All 3 140 258

has

Colonel 2 1 All 3 147 ---

Alexander: Has

Lost 2 --- --- --- --- ---

Major Eshleman: 1 1 All 2 138 ---

Has

Lost 1 --- --- --- --- ---

The [First] 6 4 81 14 --- ---

Corps has

SECOND CORPS. --- 1 14 2 124 223

Lieutenant-Colonel

Andrews: Has

Lost --- --- 1 --- --- ---

Lieutenant-Colonel Carter --- --- 16 2 132 236

has

REMARKS:

Colonel Cabell:

Transportation good and sufficient. Men enough in Manly's and Carlton's companies; not in McCarthy's and Fraser's. Lost 1 3-inch rifle, turned into ordnance train, and 1 caisson, disabled at Gettysburg.

Major Henry:

Horses for most part in good condition. Transportation good and sufficient. Men enough in Reilly's and Latham's companies; greatly deficient in Bachman's and Garden's. Lost 1 6-pounder, said to be turned in, and 1 12-pounder howitzer, abandoned; 13-inch rifle burst. Took of captured [guns], 310-pounder Parrotts. Needs a number of men for Bachman and Garden, and 26 horses.

Major Dearing:

Men enough. Transportation good and sufficient.

Colonel Alexander:

Transportation sufficient. Lost 1 12-pounder howitzer, injured and abandoned, and caisson; 1 12-pounder howitzer sent to rear. Needs men for Fickling's [South Carolina] battery and Parker's.

Major Eshleman:

Transportation reported indifferent. Lost 1 Napoleon and 1 12-pounder howitzer, disabled in action; 1 limber blown up, caissons [?]. Needs guns and horses to fill up battalion.

The First Corps:

In all, 83 guns.

Lieutenant-Colonel Andrews:

Transportation sufficient. Two forges assigned to Colonel Carter. Lost 1 caisson, blown up at Gettysburg [other?]. Needs men for Brown's and Dement's [Maryland] companies, and 32 horses.

Lieutenant-Colonel Carter:

Transportation insufficient. Two forges borrowed from Lieutenant-Colonel Andrews. Lost forges and wagons by enemy on road. Needs men in case of emergency.

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*From a statement in General William N. Pendleton's handwriting, but undated.

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