On the morning of the 23rd found the ram had been blown up during the night; the heavy battery was taken out of position and brought up at the head of Huntington street, and parked with Lieutenant Scott's section. About 7 p. m. the section under Lieutenant Freeman arrived and parked with the rest of the battery, where we now remain.
Statement showing the expenditure of ammunition and casualties during the recent campaign just closed. a
Date. Case-shot. Fuse-shell. Percussion- Total.
December 29 47 62 138
December 13 . . . . . . . . 13
December 3 . . . . . . . . 3
December 10 12 10 32
a Casualties, none.
December . . . . 9 4 13
All of which is respectfully submitted.
CHAS F. WINEGAR,
Captain, First New York Artillery.
Lieutenant W. H. MICKLE,
Actg. Asst. Adjt. General, Arty. Brigadier, Twentieth Army Corps.
HDQRS. BATTERY I, FIRST NEW YORK ARTILLERY,
Savannah, Ga., November 25, 1864.
LIEUTENANT: I have the honor to report the following list of captures of animals and forage from the enemy during the recent campaign just closed: 15 horses, 15 mules, 500 bushels corn, 2 tons corn fodder, 8 tons rice in sheaf, 50 bushels sweet potatoes, 400 pounds flour, 10 horses and 15 mules turned over to quartermaster's department, 5 horses abandoned.
CHAS. E. WINEGAR,
Captain, First New York Artillery, Commanding Battery I.
Lieutenant W. H., MICKLE,
Actg. Asst. General, Arty. Brigadier, Twentieth Army Corps.
Numbers 140. Report of Lieutenant Edward P. Newkirk, Battery M, First New York Light Artillery, of operations September 2-December 21.
HDQRS. BATTERY M, FIRST NEW YORK ARTILLERY,
Savannah, Ga., December 23, 1864.
LIEUTENANT: I have the honor to state that on the 2nd day of September, 1864, the battery entered Atlanta, taking position in a fort on Decatur street near rolling-mills, from which place it moved on the 15th of September into park on north side of city.