War of the Rebellion: Serial 102 Page 1120 Chapter LX. LOUISIANA AND THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI.

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[Inclosure Numbers 3.]

Note of stores on hand at the following-named posts and depots s per reports of officers and agents in charge.

Date Corn Flou Whea Baco Salt Sugar Molas

. . r. t. n. . . ses.

Bush Poun Bush Poun Bush Pound Gallo

els. ds. els. ds. els. s. ns.

Dallas, Marc 67 338, 854 18,9 210 2,014 . . .

Tex. . h 31 363 12

Mount Apri . . 365 . . 4,18 24 4,598 . . .

Pleasant, l . . 2

Tex. . . 30

Clarksville Apri 18,5 . . . . 209 . . 80 11

, Tex. . . l 50 . . .

30

Tyler, Tex. 772 1,36 1,31 4,33 4,33 4,63 29,67 . . .

. . 3 2 3 3 1 2

Rusk, Tex. Apri 1,54 64,6 2,12 11,0 108 586,4 5

. l 3 03 9 46 96

30

Marshall, Marc 7,11 14,1 2,19 22,3 443 139,4 2,269

Tex. . h 31 5 65 7 95 93

Jefferson, Apri 63 . . 203 4,86 13,7 440,3 336

Tex. . . l 30 . 0 76 33

Bongam, Marc . . . . 2,45 923 137 . . . 86

Tex. . h . . 0

31

Total. . . . . 28,1 418, 9,14 66,8 19,3 1,238 2,737

. 10 859 5 60 29,686

WM. H. THOMAS,

Major and Chief Commissary of Subsistence,

Trans-Mississippi Department.

[Inclosure Numbers 4.]

OFFICE CHIEF COMMISSARY OF SUBSISTENCE,

TRANS-MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT,

Shreveport, La., June 7, 1865.

Captain S. S. ROCKWOOD,

Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Army, Shreveport, La.:

CAPTAIN: In obedience to Your request, I inclose herewith a list* of officers and agents of the subsistence department, Trans-Mississippi Department, as shown by reports on file in this office; also list of stores on hand in the department as shown by reports received from March 31 to April 30, 1865. These reports represented, it is thought, four fifths of all the subsistence stores in the department. I will state for Your information that, while negotiations for the surrender of the department were pending, the depots, so far as head from, except Marshall and Shreveport, were rifled by the citizens and soldiers. I know of no instance where the officers in charge of stores did not use all means to protect the same.

Respectfully, Your obedient servant,

WM. H. THOMAS,

Major and Commissary of Subsistence, Provisional Army, C. S.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF TEXAS, Numbers 30. Galveston, Tex., July 25, 1865.

1. Colonel Loren Kent, Twenty-ninth Illinois Veteran Volunteers Infantry, brevet brigadier-general of volunteers, is assigned to the command of the post at Galveston.

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By order of Major-General Granger:

F. W. EMERY,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

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* Not found.

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