War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0487 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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Below is the amount and kinds of ammunition expended by each battery in this command during the campaign. Also the casualties in each battery in this command during the campaign:

12-pounder light guns.

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5th Indiana Battery 6 {2 1,243 1,594 476 49

Light Artillery, 3-

Captain A. Morrison. inch

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Battery B, Independent 4 12- 1,512 1,277 1,470 494

Pennsylvania Light poun

Artillery, Captain J. ders

Ziegler .

Battery A, First Ohio 6 12- 1,157 1,001 344 64

Light Artillery, poun

Captain W. F. ders

Goodspeed. .

Battery M, First 4 3- --- --- --- --

Illinois Light inch

Artillery, Captain

George W. Spencer.

Bridges' Battery, 5 3- --- --- --- --

Illinois Light inch

Artillery, First

Lieutenant L. A.

White.

6th Ohio Battery, 4 12- 1,309 1,498 77

Light Artillery, poun 1,504

Captain Cullen ders

Bradley. .

Battery M, First Ohio 6 do 205 303 154 14

Light Artillery,

Captain Frederick

Schultz.

Total 35 5,621 5,484 3,942 698

Ammunition expended.

3-inch rifle guns.

Sol Percu Fuse- Case- Can Total.

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5th Indiana Battery 20 616 967 1,381 86 6,432

Light Artillery,

Captain A. Morrison.

Battery B, - --- --- -- - 4,753

Independent

Pennsylvania Light

Artillery, Captain

J. Ziegler

Battery A, First Ohio - --- --- -- - 2,566

Light Artillery,

Captain W. F.

Goodspeed.

Battery M, First 205 808 2,113 1,747 112 4,985

Illinois Light

Artillery, Captain

George W. Spencer.

Bridges' Battery, 130 1,815 1,212 2,092 14 5,263

Illinois Light

Artillery, First

Lieutenant L. A.

White.

6th Ohio Battery, - --- --- -- - 4,388

Light Artillery,

Captain Cullen

Bradley.

Battery M, First Ohio - --- --- -- - 676

Light Artillery,

Captain Frederick

Schultz.

Total 355 3,239 4,292 5,220 212 29,063

The Dyer projectile has proved a failure whenever used, and the Hotchkiss projectile a complete success in every engagement, especially with the percussion-shells. The ammunition furnished from the Alleghany Arsenal has proved the best.

Casualties.

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Off Men Off Men Off Men

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Command. rs. rs. rs.

5th Indiana Battery Light 1 5 - 3 - -

Artillery, Captain A.

Morrison.

Battery B, Independent 1 2 1 12 - -

Pennsylvania Light

Artillery, Captain J.

Ziegler

Battery A, 1st Ohio Light - 3 - 11 - -

Artillery, Captain W. F.

Goodspeed.

Battery M, 1st Illinois - 2 - 8 - -

Light Artillery, Captain

George W. Spencer.

Bridges Battery, Illinois - 2 1 5 - -

Light Artillery, First

Lieutenant L. A. White.

6th Ohio Battery Light - 2 1 5 - -

Artillery, Captain Cullen

Bradley.

Battery M, 1st Ohio Light - 1 - 5 - 2

Artillery, Captain F.

Schultz

Total 2 17 3 49 - 2

Prisoners. Total.

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5th Indiana Battery Light - - 1 8 9 13

Artillery, Captain A.

Morrison.

Battery B, Independent - - 2 14 16 17

Pennsylvania Light

Artillery, Captain J.

Ziegler

Battery A, 1st Ohio Light - - - 14 14 33

Artillery, Captain W. F.

Goodspeed.

Battery M, 1st Illinois - - - 10 10 10

Light Artillery, Captain

George W. Spencer.

Bridges Battery, Illinois - 4 1 11 12 46

Light Artillery, First

Lieutenant L. A. White.

6th Ohio Battery Light - - 1 7 8 25

Artillery, Captain Cullen

Bradley.

Battery M, 1st Ohio Light - - - 8 8 11

Artillery, Captain F.

Schultz

Total - 4 5 72 77 155