War of the Rebellion: Serial 073 Page 0477 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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Statement of losses and expenditures during the campaign; Killed, 1 commissioned officer and 3 enlisted men; wounded, 10 enlisted men; horses killed, 5; horses wounded. 7.

Ammunition expended.

Date. Case- Fuse- Percussio Canister. Total.

shot. shell. n-shell.

May 15.. 103 26 10 ......... 139

May 19.. ......... 6 ......... ......... 6

June 2.. 6 ......... ......... ......... 6

June 6.. ......... 3 4 ......... 7

June 65 78 13 ......... 156

16..

June 53 51 ......... ......... 104

17..

June 75 49 ......... ......... 124

18..

June 200 ......... ......... ......... 200

19..

June 438 186 45 ......... 669

22..

June 390 216 84 ......... 690

27..

July 2.. 34 62 11 ......... 107

July 40 15 ......... 29 84

20..

July 1 ......... 9 ......... 10

22..

July 2 25 69 5 101

23..

July 7 27 38 ......... 72

24..

July 26 107 41 ......... 174

28..

July 5 71 31 ......... 107

29..

July 1 4 25 ......... 30

30..

August ......... 41 19 ......... 60

1..

August ......... 30 ......... ......... 30

3..

August 8 14 15 ......... 37

5..

August ......... 14 27 ......... 41

6..

August ......... 200 100 ......... 300

9..

August ......... 190 75 ......... 265

14..

August 72 ......... ......... ......... 72

19..

Total.. 1,526 1,415 616 34 3,591

All of which is respectfully submitted.

CHAS. E. WINEGAR,

Captain First New York Artillery, Commanding Battery I.

Lieutenant W. H. MICKLE,

Actg. Asst. Adjt. General, Artillery Brigadier, 20th Corps.

Numbers 281.

Report of Captain John D. Woodbury, Battery M, First New York Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, First Division.

HDQRS. BATTERY M, FIRST NEW YORK ARTILLERY,

Atlanta, Ga., September 13, 1864.

CAPTAIN: In compliance with request from headquarters Twentieth Corps, I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the Artillery Brigade, First Division, Twentieth Corps, during the campaign from May 4 to July 25, 1864:

The artillery broke camp in Lookout Valley, Tenn., May 4, 1864, and marched with the troops of the First Division, Twentieth Corps, until the afternoon of the 15th of May, when it was first engaged at Resaca, Ga. Battery I, Lieutenant Winegar commanding, was ordered to a position on the left of the line and distant from the enemy about 1,100 yards. Battery M took position on the front line with the troops of the First and Second Brigades, First Division,