War of the Rebellion: Serial 046 Page 0316 S. C. AND GA. COASTS, AND IN MID. AND E. FLA. Chapter XL.

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Paints, oils, &c.

Benzine.

Chrome yellow.

Lamp-black.

Lead, red.

Lead, white.

Oil, linseed, raw.

Oil, linseed, boiled.

Oil, whale.

Pitch.

Spirits of turpentine.

Tar.

IV. AUXILIARY MACHINES.

Floating steam derrick and steam hoisting apparatus for unloading vessels.

Steam saw-mills.

Steam pile-drivers.

Steam and hand pumps.

V. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

Buckets, water, wooden.

Buckets, water, tin.

Casks, empty.

Coal, blacksmiths'.

Coal, anthracite.

Fuse, Gomez's.

Gutta-percha, in mass.

Gutta-percha, in sheets.

India-rubber packing.

Measures, dry and wet, sets of.

Oars.

Oil-cans.

Oil squirts.

Oakum.

Paddles.

Scales, weighing.

Tackle blocks.

NOTE Numbers 8.

Statement of the quantities of the most important items of engineer material expended in the siege works herein described, according to accounts kept at the engineer depot.

Articles. Quantit Remarks.

y.

Sand-bags. 46.175 For seaward barricade, &c.

Coils of rope. 12 Do.

Feet of loose rope. 1.762 Do.

Fathoms of tar marline. 400

Feet of timber joist. 4.510 For magazines and

platforms, splinter-proof

shelters, &c.

Feet of boards and 12.382 Do.

planks.

Feet of mining frames. 17 Not used.

Iron gabions. 50 For embrasures.

Wattle gabions. 1.117 Less than half this number

used.

Sap-rollers. 7 Filled with fascines.

Do. 3 Filled with cotton.

Fascines (18 feet) 26

Loads of abatis 45

material.

Pickets (4 feet). 200

Bundles of stakes. 15 For fastening hides.

Pounds of nails. 86

Pounds of spikes. 890

Dozens of screws. 14

Coils of wire. 13 Fort entanglement.

Feet of loose wire. 890 Do.

Bars of iron. 11

Feet of chain. 94 For booms, not used.

Iron plates. 14 For embrasure linings.

Raw hides. 44 Do.

Empty casks. 4 In service magazine.