War of the Rebellion: Serial 089 Page 1342 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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

WITH ANDERSON'S CORPS - Continued.

Battalion Company 12-pounder 12-pounder 12-poun-der

guns Napoleons howitzer

{Dickerson's ---- 4 ----

Major R. M. Macon's ---- ---- ----

Stribling

Major J. G. Marshall's ---- 4 ----

Blount a

{Sullivan's ---- 4 ----

{Cumming's ---- 2 ----

Colonel E. Miller's ---- ---- ----

F. Moseley b

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

Caskie c

{Young's ---- 4 ----

{Martin's ---- 3 1

-----

---e {Sturdivant's ---- 4 ----

Total

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2 39 1

Continuation:

Battalion Company 20-pounder 10-pounder 3-inch

Parrotts Parrotts rifles

{Dickerson's ---- ---- ----

Major R. M. Macon's ---- 2 2

Stribling

Major J. G. Marshall's ---- ---- ----

Blount a

{Sullivan's ---- ---- ----

{Cumming's ---- ---- ----

Colonel E. Miller's ---- 4 ----

F. Moseley b

Major W. H. Slaten's ---- ---- ----

Caskie c

{Young's ---- ---- ----

{Martin's ---- ---- ----

---- ---e {Sturdivant's ---- ---- ----

Total

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3 6 2

a Major Blount temporarily commanding Moseley's battalion.

b Colonel Moseley was killed December 16, 1864.

c Major Caskie absent; sick leave indefinite.

d One section with Colonel Pool in North Carolina.

e Major F. J. Boggs, who commanded this battalion, now on duty on Richmond and Danville Railroad.

Two hundred and eighty-two field guns with the four infantry corps, Army of Northern Virginia, viz, 192 smooth-bores and 90 rifles.

Artillery serving with cavalry attached to Army of Northern Virginia, Major R. P. Chew, chief of artillery, commanding.

Battalion Company 3-inch rifles 12-pounder

howitzers

{Graham's 2 2

Major R. P. Hart's 4 ----

Chew a

{McGregor's 4 ----

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

Mulligan's ---- ----

Major J. Shoemaker's ---- ----

Breathed b

{Thomson's ---- ----

{Griffin's ---- ----

--------

e Jackson's ---- ----

{McClanahan's ---- ----

Total

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---- ----

a This battalion is serving with General Hampton on the line below Petersburg.

b This battalion with Generals Fitz and Rosser in the Valley. Its armament not reported since last loss of guns.

c This battalion arranged by General Lomax and serving with him. No field officer. Armament not reported since last loss of guns.

[Indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS ARTILLERY CORPS,

December 28, 1864.

Respectfully forwarded under call received 24th instant.

Report of all guns in position, also called for, will be forwarded as soon as possible.

W. N. PENDLETON,

Brigadier-General and Chief of Artillery.