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APPENDIX B. -List of forts (field-works) and batteries, &c. - Continued.

Name of work. To defend what Kind of guns Remarks.

place. and number of

each kind.

Burbank Covington. . Three 24-

Battery. . pounder

barrette, one

Coehorn

mortar.

Carlisle . . do. . Two 24-pounder

Battery. barrette. .

Hooper . . do. . Two 32-pounder

Battery. . barrette. .

McKee Battery. . . do. . None. .

.

Kyle Battery. . . do. . Three 32-

. pounder

barrette. .

Fort Wright. . . . do. . One 20-pounder Six 20-pounder

Parrott, two Parrotts sent

12-pounder to Johnson's

Light, two Island, not

8-inch included.

mortars, one

Coehorn

mortar.

Fort Mitchel. . . do. . Four 32- One 30-pounder

. pounder Parrott sent

barrette, to Johnson's

three 24- Island, not

pounder included.

barrette, one

30-pounder

Parrott, one

12-pounder

ligth, two 8-

inch mortars,

one Coehorn

mortar.

Perry Battery. . . do. . Two 32-pounder

. barrette. .

Old Battery. . . . do. . None. . Not used.

Bates Battery. . . do. . Two 32-pounder

. barrette, one

Coehorn

mortar.

Coombs . . do. . Four 32-

Battery. . pounder

barrette, one

12-pounder

Light, one

8-inch mortar.

Fort Robinson. Paris. . Two 20-pounder

. Parrotts. .

Fort Clay. . Lexington. . Eight 20-

pounder

Parrotts, one

6-pounder

James

(riffled) one

12-pounder

brass

howitzer, two

10-inch

mortars.

Fortifications Camp Nelson. . Three 30-

. . pounder

Parrotts,

eighteen 12-

pounder light.

Fort De Wolff. Louisville and Three 12-

. Nashville pounder light.

Railroad .

bridge, Salt

River,

Shepherdsville

, Ky.

Fort Louisville and Three 12-

McAlister. . Nashville pounder light.

Railroad .

bridge, on

Rolling Fork.

Fort Sands. . Louisville and One 12-pounder

Nashville Light, two

Railroad, 6-pounder

first bridge, smoot-bores.

Muldraugh's

Hill.

Fort Boyle. . Louisville and Two 12-pounder

Nashville Light, two

Railroad, 6-poundr

second bridge, smoot-bores,

Muldraugh's one 3-inch

Hill. rifled, one

12-pounder

howitzer.

Fort Terrill. Munfordville. Two 30-pounder

. . Parrotts, two

12-pounder

ligth.

Fort Willich. . . do. . One 10-pounder

. Parrott, one

3,8-inch James

(rifled), two

12-pounder

Light, two

6-pounder

smoot-bores,

two 24-pounder

howitzers.

Hale Battery. . . do. . Two 12-pounder

. light. .

Dayton . . do. . Two 12-pounder

Battery. . light. .

Fort Smith. . Bowling Green. Four 20-

. pounder

Parrotts, two

3,8-inch James

(rifled), four

3-inch rifled,

thirteen 12-

pounder Light,

two 6-pounder

smooth-bores.

Fort Baker. . . . do. . One 20-pounder

Parrott, one

3-inch rifled,

one 12-pounder

Light, two

6-pounder

smoot-bores.

Fort Lytle. . . . do. . . . . There have

been required

for the

armament of

this fort and

Fort De Wolff,

Salt Creek,

four 30-

pounder

Parrotts and

six 20-pounder

Parrotts.

Fort Williams. Glasgow. . None. . Were all

. removed, as I

have

understood, by

order of

Brigadier-

General Boyle.