War of the Rebellion: Serial 096 Page 0322 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA, MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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Report of field-works in the District of Eastern Virginia, &c.-Continued.

Name. Location Guns. Kind. Caliber.

Redan On line of 3 Field guns 12-pounder

Numbers 3 defenses (bronze)

Redan do 3 Siege guns 18-pounder

Numbers 4.

Redan do 3 Do 12-pounder

Numbers 5

Fort {do {1 Parrott 100-

pounder

Hazlett {{5 Sea-coast 42-pounder

guns

Redan do (a) ....

Numbers 5.

Fort do 5 Sea-coast 42-pounder

Cushing guns

Fort {South {4 Brass 6-pounder

{branch {2 Brass 12-pounder

(light)

{{1 Mountain Do

howitzer

{{1 Field Do

howitzer

{Elizabeth {2 Steel guns 3-inch

{{4 Siege 12-pounder

(cast-iron)

{River {2 do 24-pounder

Fort Ferry {4 Sea-coast 42-pounder

O'Rorke {

{Point {1 Parrott 100-

(rifled) pounder

Fort Elizabeth (a) ....

Norfolk River {

Fort Near {2 Parrott 20-pounder

Magruder {guns

{{1 do 3-inch

{{4 Brass 12-pounder

howitzers

{{1 Howitzer 8-inch

{{1 do 24-pounder

{{2 Iron guns 12-pounder

{{4 Carronades 42-pounder

{Williamsbur 1 Mortar 8-inch

g, {

{Va. {3 Nugent's

repeating

guns

Redoubt {Quarer mile 1 Iron guns 12-pounder

from {

Numbers 5. Fort 1 do 6-pounder

{Magruder {

Redoubt {Quarter 2 do 12-pounder

mile from {

Numbers 6. Redoubt 1 do 6-pounder

{Numbers 5.

{

aNo armament.

I certify that the above is correct.

C. GRAHAM BACON,

Lieutenant, Thirteenth New York Heavy Artillery, and Acting Ordnance Officer.

NEW BERNE, January 31, 1865.

Colonel J. STEWART, Jr.,

Ninth New Jersey Vols., Commanding Sub-District of Beaufort:

The Twenty-eighth Michigan and One hundred and eightieth Ohio Volunteers are momentarily expected at Morehead. They are with other troops that are ordered farther south. These two regiments must, by order of General Grant, be detained at Morehead, and you will order them up here. Be on the lookout for them.

I. M. PALMER,

Brigadier-General.

CITY POINT, VA., January 31, 1865-1.30 p. m.

Major General P. H., SHERIDAN,

Winchester:

General Grover's division has gone to Savannah, Ga., and will constitute a part of the permanent garrisons of that place.

T. S. BOWERS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.