War of the Rebellion: Serial 066 Page 0588 S. C., FLA., AND ON THE GA. COAST. Chapter XLVII.

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Company Milton Kilcrease horse

Artillery Artillery artillery

12-pounder 1 -- --

Napoleon

12-pounder 1 2 1

howitzers

6-pounder -- 2 --

Napoleon

3-inch rifle -- -- 1

12-pounder -- 78 --

shell

12-pounder 34 -- --

shot

12-pounder 115 126 --

spherical case

12-pounder 83 64 7

canister

6-pounder shot -- 131 --

6-pounder -- 125 --

spherical case

6-pounder -- 74 --

canister

3-inch rifle -- -- 41

shell

NOTE.-Company B, Milton Artillery, not inspected.

[Indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS CHIEF OF ARTILLERY, Charleston, July 23, 1864.

Approved and respectfully forwarded.

The district ordnance officer is not responsible, but the officer in command of a battery or work, for the condition of a magazine; defect of construction or want of repair being chargeable to the engineers.

A. J. GONZALES,

Colonel and Chief of Artillery of the Department.

CHARLESTON, S. C., July 13, 1864.

General JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON,

Atlanta, Ga.:

The men of the Fourth Georgia Cavalry, who were ordered to Charleston during the late attack, leave for Atlanta to-morrow morning.

SAM. JONES,

Major-General.

CHARLESTON, S. C., July 13, 1864.

Brigadier General JAMES CHESNUT,

Columbia, S. C.:

Do not stop the troops already en route for this point. I intended to say that I did not need more troops than you had already ordered. My reply referred to the two additional battalion which you said you would send if necessary.

SAM. JONES,

Major-General.

CHARLESTON, S. C., July 13, 1864.

Brigadier General W. B. TALIAFERRO,

Royall's:

Send back at once to General Robertson and Colonel Colcock all the troops from their districts now you, except the companies of the Thirty-second Georgia Regiment.

CHAS. S. STRINGFELLOW,

Assistant Adjutant-General.