War of the Rebellion: Serial 089 Page 1340 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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Tabular report of field artillery serving with Army of Northern Virginia, & c. - Continued.

WITH FIRST CORPS - Continued.

Battalion Company 12-poun-der 12-poun-der 24-poun-der 10-pounder

Napo- howi-tzers howi-tzers Parrotts

leons

{Flanner's 4 ---- ---- ----

Garden's 3 ---- ---- 1

Major Lamkin's a ---- ---- ---- ----

John C.

Haskell

{Ramsay's ---- ---- ---- 3

{Dance's ---- ---- ---- ----

Graham's ---- ---- ---- 2

Lieutenant Griffin's 4 ---- ---- ----

Colonel

R. A.

Hardaway b

{Smith's 4 ---- ---- ----

(3rd

Richmond

Howitzers)

{Armistead's 4 ---- ---- ----

Major A. French's 4 ---- ---- ----

W. Stark c

{Green's 4 ---- ---- ----

{Johnston's 1 ---- ---- 2

Penick's e ---- ---- ---- 2

Lieutenant Richards' 4 ---- ---- ----

Colonel

William T.

Poague d

Utterback's 2 ---- ---- ----

{Williams' 2 ---- ---- ----

Total

---------

52 6 4 14

Continuation:

Battalion Company 20-poun-der 3-inch 12-poun-der 8-poun-der Arm-strongs

Parrotts rifles Whit-worth

{Flanner's ---- ---- ---- ----

Garden's ---- ---- ---- ----

Major Lamkin's a ---- ---- ---- ----

John C.

Haskell

{Ramsay's ---- ---- 1 2

{Dance's ---- 4 ---- ----

Graham's ---- 2 ---- ----

Lieutenant Griffin's ---- ---- ---- ----

Colonel

R. A.

Hardaway b

{Smith's ---- ---- ---- ----

(3rd

Richmond

Howitzers)

{Armistead's ---- ---- ---- ----

Major A. French's ---- ---- ---- ----

W. Stark c

{Green's ---- ---- ---- ----

{Johnston's ---- ---- ---- ----

Penick's e ---- 2 ---- ----

Lieutenant Richards' ---- ---- ---- ----

Colonel

William T.

Poague d

Utterback's ---- ---- ---- ----

{Williams' ---- 1 ---- ----

Total

---------

2 19 1 2

With First Corps, 100 field guns, viz, 62 smooth-bores and 38 rifles.

a This company is serving twenty-six mortars.

b This battalion belongs properly to Second Corps.

c This battalion belongs to Richmond Department.

d This battalion belongs to Third Corps; it has reliefs serving four mortars.

e This battery detached from Richardson's battalion, Third Corps.

WITH SECOND CORPS.

Brigadier General A. L. LONG, chief of artillery, absent sick.

Colonel THOMAS H. CARTER, acting chief of artillery, commanding.

Battalion Company 12-poun-der 12-poun-der 10-poun-der 3-inch

Napoleons howi-tzers Parrotts rifles

{Kirkpat-rick's 2 ---- ---- 1

Lieutenant Milledge's ---- ---- ---- 3

Colonel

William

Nelson

{Snead's ---- 2 ---- ----

{Carpenter's 2 ---- ---- ----

Lieutenant Cooper's ---- ---- 2 ----

Colonel

C. M.

Braxton

Major M. Hard-wicke's 2 ---- ---- ----

N.

Moorman {

{Fry's ---- 2 ---- ----

Major W. Garber's ---- ---- ---- 2

E.

Cutshaw

{Jones' 2 ---- 2 ----

(2nd

Richmond

Howitzers)

{Bryan's ---- ---- ---- 2

Lieutenant Chapman's 2 ---- ---- ----

Colonel

J. F.

King

Major W. Lowry's 2 ---- ---- ----

McLaugh-lin

Total

--------

12 4 4 8

This artillery, with Second Corps, lost guns in the late Valley campaign. It is still in the Valley.

With Second Corps, 28 field guns, viz, 16 smooth-bores and 12 rifles.