War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0638 OPERATIONS IN N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA.

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Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia after Gettysburg-Continued.

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THIRD CORPS.

Major McIntosh hasa.... .... .... 7 2 6 ... ...

Major Poague: b

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

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

Major pegram: c

Has.............. .... 3 4 ... 9 ... 2

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

Lieutenant-Colonel

Garnett: d

Has................ .... 2 4 ... 3 ... 2

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

Lieutenant-Colonel

Cutts: e

Has.................. 2 3 4 ... 3 ... 5

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

In all............... 2 9 21 2 28 ... 15

Grand total f. 12 39 64 2 98 ... 21

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THIRD CORPS.

Major McIntosh hasa.... 1 14 4 100 206 ...

Major Poague: b

Has................ .... 14 2 100 187 ...

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

Major pegram: c

Has.............. 1 14 3 66 184 ...

Lost................ .... 7 ..... .... ..... ...

Lieutenant-Colonel

Garnett: d

Has................ 1 11 1 165 159 ...

Lost................. .... 6 3 .... ..... ...

Lieutenant-Colonel

Cutts: e

Has.................. .... 16 2 .... 205 ...

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

In all............... 3 69 10 .... ..... 77

Grand total f. 8 228 32 .... ..... 241

a Transportation sufficient when rear wagons return. Two of the forges loaned in battalion. Lost 1 gun disabled and turned in and 1 rear part of caisson. Needs men in Lusk's and Hurt's companies.

b Transportation insufficient. Forges borrowed from other battalion. Lost 1 caisson on march to Falling Waters. Needs men for Wyatt's and Brooke's companies and 25 horses.

c Transportation sufficient. Lost 1 10-pounder Parrott, disabled in action and sent to rear; 1 Napoleon, disabled and captured on road with general Imboden; 1 caisson, turned in; 1 caisson and 8 horses captured; 1 caisson disabled and left on the field; 3 caissons blown up by the enemy, and 1 abandoned on march to Falling Waters. Needs detailed men to be returned to companies and some conscripts for each.

d Transportation insufficient. Lost 2 guns, captured near Falling waters; 2 guns turned over by Major Richardson to Captain Hart to save them; 6 caissons and 3 forges captured under General Imboden; 70 horses and 40 sets of harness captured or abandoned, besided ordnance stores. Needs no men, but general refitting.

e Caissons full. Transportation sufficient. The forge captured under General Imboden. Three of the 3-inch are navy Parrotts.

f The grand total is given on original statement.

Abstract from return of the Department of Richmond, Major General Arnold Elzey, C. S. Army, commanding, for August 10, 1863.

Prasent for duty.

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headquarters....

Ransom's division 369 5,929 6,989 9,784 49

a............. 6,292

Wise's command... 141 2,276 2,423 2,869 3,750 8

Chaffin's Bluff... 24 339 394 475 501 ...

Drewry's Bluff... 18 263 380 432 467 ...

Richmond defenses 80 1,432 1,830 2,181 16

1,569

40th Virginia 12 204 228 263 547 ...

Cavalry battalion

Total........... 655 10,443 11, 12,869 17,241 64

286

a Cooke's brigade transforred to the Army of Northern Virginia.