War of the Rebellion: Serial 089 Page 1355 Chapter LIV. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - CONFEDERATE.

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Battalion Battery 24-pounder 12-pounder 8-inch

mortars mortars mort-ars

Captain Lamkin's 21 ..... .....

Haskell's Captain Garden's ..... 4 .....

battalion.....

Captain Flanner's ..... ..... 1

Total, 26 mortars.

Heavy artillery and mortars serving with Third Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.

Battalion Battery Coe-horn 12-po-under 8-inch 8-inch 8-inch

and field mor-tars mor-tars mor-tars how-itzers co-lum-biad

officers

McIntosh's Captain ..... ..... ..... 1 ....

(Lieutenant Hurt's

Colonel D.

G. McIntosh, Captain 1

Major Donald's ..... ..... ..... ....

Joseph

McGraw) Captain .....

Price's

..... ..... 2 ....

Poague Captain ..... ..... 2 ...... ....

(Lieutenant Richard's

Colonel W.

T. Captain .....

Poague).... John-ston's 2 ..... ..... ....

Richardson's Captain 7 ..... 2 ...... ....

(Lieutenant Grandy's

Colonel

Charles

Richardson)

Lane's Captain ..... ..... ..... ..... 1

(Major John Patter-son's

Lane)..

Owen's Captain 3 ..... ..... ...... ....

(Major W. Walker's

M. Owen)..

Captain .....

Dicken-son's 2 ..... ..... ....

Total, 20 mortars and 3 guns.

Heavy guns and mortars in charge of field artillery, Anderson's corps.

Battalion Battery 8-inch 24-po-under 12-po-under 12-po-under

colum-biad howit-zers howit-zers moun-tain

howit-zers

Blount's Lieutenant ..... .... ..... .....

Langhorne's

Wright's

..... ..... ..... 1

Coit's Bradford's ..... ..... ..... .....

Lieutenant

Atkingon's ..... ..... ..... .....

Kelly's

..... 1 1 .....

12th Sturdi-vant's ..... ..... ..... .....

Virginia

Stribling's Macon's 1 ..... ..... .....

Sullivan's .....

..... 1 .....

Marshall's

..... .....

..... 1

Battalion Battery 8-inch 24-pounder 12-pounder

mortars Coehorn mortars

mortars

Blount's Lieutenant 2 3 2

Langhorne's

Wright's ..... ..... .....

Coit's Bradford's 2 ..... .....

Lieutenant .....

Atkinson's 4 .....

Kelly's

..... .....

.....

12th Sturdivant's 2 5 7

Virginia

Stribling's Macon's ..... ..... .....

Sullivan's

...... ..... .....

Marshall's

...... ..... .....

Total, 27 mortars and 6 guns.

[First indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS ARTILLERY CORPS,

January 2, 1865.

Respectfully forwarded.

W. N. PENDLETON,

Brigadier-General and Chief of Artillery.