War of the Rebellion: Serial 051 Page 0148 KY., SW. VA. TENN., MISS., N. ALA., AND N. GA. Chapter XLII.

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ADDENDA.

Return showing the amount of small-arms and artillery ammunition expended by the different divisions composing Hill's corps during the last engagements (on September 19 and 20, 1863) on Chickamauga Creek, Ga.

Rounds Rounds Rounds Rou Roun Roun Rou Rou

rifle rifle musket nds ds ds nds nds

ammunit ammunit ammuni 12- 12- Jame 6- 3-

Command. ion, ion, tion, pou poun s pou inc

caliber caliber calibe nde der rifl nde h

.577and .54. r .69. r howi e r rif

.58. Nap tzer ammu gun le

ole ammu niti amm amm

on niti on, uni uni

amm on cali tio tio

uni ber n n

tio 3.50

n .

Cleburne 141,362

{49,928 273 173 52 328 ---

's

Breckinr 32,238 36,564 19,329 586 73 238 --- ---

idge's

Stewart' 10,000

{40,272 89 35 --- --- 77

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Recapitulation of small-arms ammunition.

Rounds.

Rifle ammunition, caliber .577 and .58................... 183,600

Rifle ammunition, caliber .54 ........................... 36,564

Musket ammunition, caliber .69........................... 108,529

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328,693

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Recapitulation of artillery ammunition.

12-pounder Napoleon..................................... 948 12-pounder howitzer .................................... 281

James rifle............................................. 290

6-pounder gun........................................... 328 3-inch rifle............................................ 77

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Total................................................ 1,924

Respectfully submitted.

W. C. DUXBURY,

Major, and Chief Ordnance Officer.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE,

Missionary Ridge, October 11, 1863.

His Excellency the PRESIDENT:

SIR: With a view to the more efficient organization and command of this army, I beg you will relieve Lieutenant-General Hill from duty with it. Possessing some high qualifications as a commander, he still fails to such an extent in others more essential that he weakens the morale and military tone of his command. A want of prompt conformity to orders of great importance is the immediate cause of this application.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

BRAXTON BRAGG,

General.

NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN, October 13, 1863.

General BRAXTON BRAGG,

Commanding, &c., near Chattanooga, Tenn.:

GENERAL: I have received your application of the 11th instant, for the removal of Lieutenant General D. H. Hill from a command in the