War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0637 CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia after Gettysburg.a

Battalions. 20- 10- 3- Whitw Napo

pound pound inch orths leon

er er rifle . s.

Parro Parro s.

tts. tts.

FIRST CORPS.

Colonel Cabel: b

Has.................. ..... 4 4 ..... 3

Lost................ ..... ..... 1 ..... ....

Major Henry: c

Has................... ..... 6 1 ..... 11

Lost................ ..... ..... 1 ..... ....

Major Dearing has d. 2 3 1 ..... 12

Colonel Alexander: e

Has................... 2 1 7 ..... 6

Lost.................. ..... ..... ..... ..... ....

Major Eshleman: f

Has................... ..... ..... 1 ..... 8

Lost..................... ..... ..... ..... ..... 1

The corps has 4 14 14 ..... 40

SECOND CORPS.

Lieutenant-Colonel

Andrews:g

Has..................... 2 5 3 ..... 6

Lost.................... ..... ..... ..... ..... ....

Lieutenant-Colonel Caster ..... 4 6 ..... 6

has. h

Lieutenant-Colonel Jones: i

Has..................... ..... 2 6 ..... 8

Lost.................... ..... ..... ..... ..... 1

Colonel Brown: j

Has...................... 4 4 10 ..... 2

Lost..................... ..... ..... ..... ..... ....

Lieutenant-Colonal Nelson:k

Has...................... ..... 1 4 ..... 8

Lost.................... ..... ..... ..... ..... ....

The corps has. 6 16 29 ..... 30

Battalions. 24- 12- Battery Caiss

pounder pounder wagons. ons.

howitze howitze

rs. rs.

FIRST CORPS.

Colonel Cabell: b

Has................. 1 3 1 15

Lost..................... ...... ....... ....... 1

Major Henry: c

Has.................. ....... ....... 1 All.

Lost................... ....... 1 ....... .....

Major Dearing has d. ....... ....... ....... All.

Colonel Alexander:e

Has..................... 4 2 1 All.

Lost................... ....... 2 ....... .....

Major Eshleman: f

Has................... ...... 1 1 All.

Lost................. ....... 1 ....... .....

The corps has 5 6 4 81

SECOND CORPS.

Lieutenant-Colonel

Andrews:g

Has................... ....... ....... 1 14

Lost.................. ....... ....... ....... 1

Lieutenant-Colonel Carter ....... ....... ....... 16

has.h

Lieutenant-Colonel Jones:i

Has.................... ....... ....... ....... All.

Lost................... ....... ....... ....... .....

Colonel Brown: j

Has..................... ....... ....... ....... 19

Lost.................... ....... ....... 1 1

Lieutenant-Colonel Nelson:k

Has.................... ....... ....... ....... 13

Lost..................... ....... ....... ....... .....

The corps has. ....... ....... 1 78

Battalions. Forges. Round Servics Total

of able .

ammunit horses.

ion,

average

per

gun.

FIRST CORPS.

Colonel Cabell: b

Has................. 2 118 213 .....

Lost..................... ...... ....... ....... .....

Major Henry: c

Has.................. 4 156 ....... .....

Lost................... ....... ....... ....... .....

Major Dearing has d. 3 140 258 .....

Colonel Alexander:e

Has..................... 3 147 ....... .....

Lost................... ....... ....... ....... .....

Major Eshleman: f

Has................... 2 138 ....... .....

Lost................. ....... ....... ....... .....

The corps has 14 ....... ....... 83

SECOND CORPS.

Lieutenant-Colonel

Andrews:g

Has................... 2 124 223 .....

Lost.................. ....... ....... ....... .....

Lieutenant-Colonel Carter 2 132 236 .....

has.h

Lieutenant-Colonel Jones:i

Has.................... 2 120 221 .....

Lost................... ....... ....... ....... .....

Colonel Brown: j

Has..................... 1 100 282 .....

Lost.................... 4 ....... ....... .....

Lieutenant-Colonel Nelson:k

Has.................... 1 131 210 .....

Lost..................... 3 ....... ....... .....

The corps has. 8 ....... ....... 81

a Form a statement in General William N. Pendleton's handwriting, but undated. The artillery of Cavalry Corps not accounted for.

b 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 casson, disabled at Gettysburg.

c 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, sait to be turned in, and 1 12-pounder howitzer, abandoned; 1 3-inch rifle burst. Took of captured 3 10-pounder Parrotts. Needs a number of men for Bachman and Garden and 26 horses.

d men. enough. Transportation good and sufficient.

e Transportation sufficiet. 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 Parkey's.

f 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.

g Transportation sufficient. Two forges assigned to Colonel Caster. Lost 1 caisson, blown up at Gettysburg (other?). Needs men for Brown's and dement's Maryland companies and 32 horses.

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

i Transportation in part sent to the rear. Lost 1 napoleon, disabled, Gettysburg. (Where is it?) Captured. needs men in Garber's and Green's companies and 14 horses.

j Horses-many lame, though serviceable. Transportation insufficient. Lost 1 caisson, blown up at Gettysburg, 4 forges, 1 battery wagon, and a number of wagons captured on road. Needs men in all companies excepting Hupp's, wagons and clothing.

k Transportation insufficient. Lost 3 forges and a number of wagons on road, captured. Needs forges and transportation; alsdo clothing.