War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0413 WILSON'S RAID-ALABAMA AND GEORGIA.

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Numbers 6. Reports of Major Charles. Greeno, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, Provost-Marshal.

Consolidated report of property captured and destroyed by Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, commanded by Brevet Major-General Wilson, during the late campaign.

FIRST DIVISION.

Stand of colors.................................... 5

Pieces of artillery................................ 64

Stand of small-arms................................ 27,300

Factories.......................................... 9

Foundries.......................................... 3

Niter-works........................................ 3

Machine-shops...................................... 2

Rolling-mills...................................... 2

Iron-works......................................... 5

Steam-boats........................................ 3

Locomotives........................................ 20

Cars............................................... 470

Railroad bridges................................... 3

Covered bridges.................................... 2

Military university................................ 1

Property surrender to General McCook, Tallahassee, Fla.:

Pieces of artillery................................ 40

Stand of small-arms................................ 2,500

Cavalry sabers..................................... 460

Bayonets........................................... 1,618

Cartridge-boxes.................................... 1,200

Waist-belts........................................ 710

Pounds of lead..................................... 63,000

Pounds of niter.................................... 2,000

Sets of accouterments............................. 2,000

Rounds of fixed artillery ammunition............... 10,000

Rounds of small ammunition......................... 121,900

Pounds of musket-balls............................. 700

Pikes and lances................................... 325

Confederate bonds, money, &c....................... $2,785,263.26

Specie............................................. $206.13

Quartermaster's stores--

Head of horses..................................... 70

Head of mules...................................... 80

Wagons............................................. 40

Ambulances......................................... 4

Commissary stores--

Pounds of bacon.................................... 170,000

Barrels of salt.................................... 300

Barrels of sugar................................... 150

Barrels of syrup................................... 100

Bushels of corn.................................... 7,000

Head of cattle..................................... 1,200

SECOND DIVISION.

Stand of colors.................................... 6

Pieces of artillery................................ 72

Stand of small-arms................................ 3,700

Large quantities of quartermaster's, commissary, medical,

and ordnance stores captured at Macon, Ga., no inventory taken.

Miles of railroad.................................. 2

Foundries.......................................... 2

Machine-shops...................................... 2

Saw-mill........................................... 1

Turn table......................................... 1

Large collieries................................... 5