War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0171 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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[Inclosure Numbers 6.]

Report of artillery and infantry ammunition expended in the Army of the Cumberland during the month of August, 1864.

Artillery ammunition: Rounds.

12-pounder gun.......................................... 5,931

3-inch Rodman........................................... 11,502

20-pounder Parrott...................................... 2,083

4 1/2-inch rifle........................................ 3,424

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Total................................................... 22,940

Infantry ammunition:

Elongated ball cartridges, caliber .57 and .58.......... 2,988,480

Spencer cartridges...................................... 55,538

Henry cartridges........................................ 7,650

Colt cartridges, caliber .56............................ 475

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Total................................................... 3,051,943

O. E. MICHAELIS,

Lieutenant of Ord., Actg. Chief of Ord., Dept. of the Cumberland.

ATLANTA, GA., September 15, 1864.

[Inclosure Numbers 7.]

Confederate colors captured by the Army of the Cumberland in the campaign against Atlanta from May 4 to September 8, 1864.

BATTLE OF RESACA, MAY 14 AND 15, 1864.

By what command captured.

From what Regiment Brigade Division Corps Name of

command person

captured making

capture

38th 27th Second Firs Twentieth Captain

Regiment Regiment Box,*

Alabama Indiana Company

Volunteers Volunteers D

.a

BATTLE OF PEACH TREE CREEK, JULY 20, 1864.b

12th 105th First Third Twentieth

Regiment Regiment

Louisiana Illinois

Infantry Volunteers

33rd 26th Third ..do.. ..do..

Regiment Regiment

Mississipp Wisconsin

i Volunteers

Volunteers

31st 136th ..do.. ..do.. ..do.. Private

Regiment Regiment Dennis

Mississipp New York Buckley*

i Volunteers

Volunteers

6th and 10th Third Third Fourteenth Private

7th Regiment Henry B.

Regiments Kentucky Mattingly

Arkansas Volunteers *

Volunteers

8th and 74th ..do.. ..do.. ..do.. Lieutenan

19th Regiment t Jerry

Regiments Indiana Kuder*

Arkansas Volunteers

Volunteers

6th 10th First Second ..do..

Regiment Regiment

Kentucky Michigan

Volunteers Veteran

Volunteers

3rd ........ Second ..do.. ..do..

Regiment

Confederat

e

Volunteers

1st 14th First ..do.. ..do..

Regiment Regiment

Arkansas Michigan

Volunteers Volunteers

Key's 52nd Third ..do.. ..do.. Company E

battery Regiment

flag Ohio

Volunteers

Swett's 16th First ..do.. ..do..

battery Regiment

flag Illinois

Veteran,

Volunteers

a One large silk headquarters flag.

b Seven battle-flags are reported as having been captured by Third Division, Twentieth Army Corps, at this battle, but-three of which were received at these headquarters.

c There were eight battle-flags reported as having been captured by the Fourteenth Army Corps in this battle, but seven of which have been received at department headquarters.

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*Awarded a Medal of Honor.

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