War of the Rebellion: Serial 089 Page 1341 Chapter LIV. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - CONFEDERATE.

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

WITH THIRD CORPS.

Colonel R. L. WALKER, chief of artillery, commanding.

Battalion Company 12-pounder 24-pounder 10-pounder

Napoleons howitzers Parrotts

{Chew's ---- ---- 1

Clutter's b 2 ---- ----

Lieutenant Dement's c 4 ---- ----

Colonel D.

G. McIntosh

a

Major M. Donald's ---- 3 ----

Johnson

Hurt's ---- ---- ----

{Price's 4 ---- ----

{Brander's 4 ---- ----

Lieutenant Cayce's 4 ---- ----

Colonel W.

J. Pegram d

Major J. Ellett's ---- ---- ----

McGraw

Gregg's 4 ---- ----

{Pollock's b 4 ---- ----

{Grandy's 2 ---- ----

Lieutenant Landry's 2 ---- 2

Colonel C.

Richardson

Major V. Moore's 4 ---- ----

Maurin e {

{Patterson's 6 ---- ----

Colonel A. Ross' 4 ---- ----

S. Cutts f

Major John Wingfield's 2 ---- 4

Lane {

{Hero's 4 ---- ----

Lieutenant Norcom's 3 ---- 1

Colonel B.

F. Eshleman

Major M. B. Owen's ---- ---- 1

Miller h

{Richardson's 4 ---- ----

{Chamber-layne's 4 ---- ----

Major W. H. Dickenson's 4 ---- ----

Gibbes i

Major W. M. Walker's 4 ---- ----

Owen

Total

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69 13 11

Continuation:

Battalion Company 3-inch 12-pounder

rifles Whitworth

{Chew's 2 ----

Clutter's b 2 ----

Lieutenant Dement's c ---- ----

Colonel D.

G. McIntosh

a

Major M. Donald's ---- ----

Johnson

Hurt's 2 1

{Price's ---- ----

{Brander's ---- ----

Lieutenant Cayce's ---- ----

Colonel W.

J. Pegram d

Major J. Ellett's 4 ----

McGraw

Gregg's ---- ----

{Pollock's b ---- ----

{Grandy's 2 ----

Lieutenant Landry's ---- ----

Colonel C.

Richardson

Major V. Moore's ---- ----

Maurin e {

{Patterson's ---- ----

Colonel A. Ross' ---- ----

S. Cutts f

Major John Wingfield's 2 ----

Lane {

{Hero's ---- ----

Lieutenant Norcom's ---- ----

Colonel B.

F. Eshleman

Major M. B. Owen's 3 ----

Miller h

{Richardson's ---- ----

{Chamber-layne's ---- ----

Major W. H. Dickenson's ---- ----

Gibbes i

Major W. M. Walker's ---- ----

Owen

Total

----------

17 1

With Third Corps, 101 field guns, viz, 72 smooth-bores and 29 rifles.

a This battalion also serving two 8-inch howitzers and two 8-inch mortars.

b This battery detached with First Corps.

c This company sent to Drewry's; its guns retained.

d This battalion also serving two 8-inch mortars and two 24-pounder mortars.

e Major Maurin detached, commanding artillery at High Bridge, South Side Railroad.

f This battalion also serving one 8-inch columbiad and seven 24- pounder mortars.

g This battalion belongs to Fist Corps.

h Major Miller serving with Richardson's battalion in place of Major Maurin.

i This battalion came with General Breckinridge. Major Gibbs absent, wounded July 20.

WITH ANDERSON'S CORPS.

Colonel H. P. JONES, chief of artillery, commanding.

Battalion Company 12-pounder 12-pounder 12-pounder

guns Napoleons howitzers

{Bradford's 2 ---- ----

b

Lieutenant Kelly's c ---- 2 ----

Colonel J.

R. Branch a

Major J. C. Pegram's ---- 4 ----

Coit

{Wright's ---- 4 ----

Continuation:

Battalion Company 20-pounder 10-pounder 3-inch

Parrotts Parrotts rifles

{Bradford's 3 ---- ----

b

Lieutenant Kelly's c ---- ---- ----

Colonel J.

R. Branch a

Major J. C. Pegram's ---- ---- ----

Coit

{Wright's ---- ---- ----

With Anderson's corps, 53 guns, viz, 42 smooth-bores and 11 rifles.

The artillery companies with this corps also serve one 8-inch columbiad, four 30-pounder Parrotts, one 24-pounder and three 12-pounder howitzers, besides four 8-inch mortars, twelve 24-pounder, and nine 12-pounder mortars.

a Lieutenant-Colonel Branch absent; fails to report; inquiry about him has been forwarded.

b One section at Hicksford, Petersburg and Weldon Railroad.

c Two sections with Colonel Pool in North Carolina.