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Abstract of ordnance and ordnance stores captured from the enemy, &c.-Continued.

Whereabouts of captured Date of Artillery

ordnance stores. receipt. carriages Caissons.

and limbers.

Washington Arsenal. Various 47 34

times.

Alleghany Arsenal. Aug. 20. 4 1

Harper's Ferry depot. Dec. 28. 7

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Du Pont's battery. Oct. 19. 1

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Various

Reissued to batteries times

in Middle Military between 24

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Division by the Sept. 1,

Ordnance Department. 1864, and

Jan. 1, 1865

Total.

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83 35

CONTINUATION:

Artillery

Whereabouts of harness, lead Enfield Springfield

captured and wheel Anvils rifled rifled

ordnance stores. sets for two . muskets muskets.

horses.

Washington 120

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44 34

Arsenal.

Alleghany 8

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Arsenal.

Harper's Ferry

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2 1,486 1,117

depot.

Du Pont's

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battery.

Reissued to

batteries in

Middle Military

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Division by the

Ordnance

Department.

Total. 128 2 1,530 1,151

CONTINUATION:

Whereabouts Cartrid Total

of captured Guns, Carbines, Austrian ge- small-

ordnance assorted assorted rifles. boxes. arms.

stores.

Washington 644 207 497

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1,426

Arsenal.

Alleghany

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Arsenal.

Harper's

Ferry 1,038

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1,184

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depot.

Du Pont's

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battery.

Reissued to

batteries

in Middle

Military

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Division by

the

Ordnance

Department.

Total. 1,682 207 497 1,184 5,067

HEADQUARTERS MIDDLE MILITARY DIVISION, January 7, 1865.

I certify that the above is a correct statement of ordnance and ordnance stores captured by Major-General Sheridan and turned over to the Ordnance Department for reissue up to the 1st day of January, 1865.

GEO. W. McKEE,

First Lieutenant of Ordnance, U. S. Army,

Chief Ordnance Officer, Middle Military Division.

[Inclosure No. 3.]

List of casualties in the U. S. Forces commanded by Major General P. H. Sheridan, campaign in the Shenandoah Valley, Va., 1864.

Battle. Date. Killed. Wounded Missing Aggre-

gate.

SIXTH ARMY

CORPS.

Opequon. Sept. 19. 213 1,424 48 1,685

Fisher's Hill. Sept. 22. 24 210 3 237

Cedar Creek. Oct. 19. 255 1,666 294 2,215

Reconnaissance

and minor

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86 665 11 762

engagements.

Total.

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578 3,965 356 4,899

NINETEENTH ARMY

CORPS.

Opequon. Sept. 19. 275 1,228 453 1,956

Fisher's Hill. Sept. 22. 11 47 2 60

Cedar Creek. Oct. 19. 243 1,352 893 2,488

Reconnaissance

and minor

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57 446 13 516

engagements.

Total.

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586 3,073 1,361 5,020

ARMY OF WEST

VIRGINIA.

Opequon and {Sept.19

105 840 8 953

Fisher's Hill. {Sept.22

Cedar Creek. Oct. 19. 46 268 533 847

Reconnaissance

and minor

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150 839 96 1,085

engagements.

Total.

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301 1,947 637 2,885