War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0414 KY.,S. W. VA.,TENN.,N. & C. GA.,MISS.,ALA., & W. FLA.

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FOURTH DIVISION.

Stand of colors.................................. 11

Pieces of artillery.............................. 74

Stand of small-arms.............................. 3,500

Fountain Warehouse, containing bales of C. S. A.

cotton........................................... 6,000

Alabama Warehouse, containing bales of C. S. A.

cotton........................................... 7,000

Boxes of tobacco................................. 100

Hogsheads of sugar............................... 20

Barrels of sugar (100) and quantities of other

commissary stores destroyed.

Near Macon Railroad Depot destroyed three large

warehouses, containing 20,000 sacks of corn, an

immense amount of quartermaster's stores, commissary

stores, and valuable machinery, all in readiness for

shipment; a large number of caissons and limbers

generally unserviceable.

Locomotives...................................... 15

Passenger-cars................................... 10

Box-cars......................................... 60

Flat-cars........................................ 24

Coal-cars........................................ 9

Round-houses and machine-shops................... 2

Naval armory and contents........................ 1

Navy-yard and contents........................... 2

Foundries........................................ 1

Niter-works...................................... 1

Iron-works....................................... 2

C. S. arsenal and contents....................... 1

Powder magazines and contents................... 2

Oil-cloth manufactory............................ 1

Cloth manufactories.............................. 3

Rope factory..................................... 1

Government blacksmith shops...................... 2

Paper-mill....................................... 1

Bridges.......................................... 4

Hughes, Daniel & Co.'s warehouse, containing 10,000

bales of cotton, presses and types of the following

newspapers-Columbus Sun, columbus Enquirer, Columbus

Times, and the types, one press, &c., of the Memphis

Appeal.

Telegraph instruments............................ 20

Suits of Confederate uniforms.................... 4,500

Yards of army jeans.............................. 5,890

Yards of Osnaburgs............................... 1,000

Pairs of shoes................................... 8,820

Pairs of cotton drawers.......................... 4,750

Gray jackets..................................... 1,750

Pairs of pants................................... 4,700

Pairs of socks................................... 2,000

Shirts........................................... 400

Gray caps........................................ 650

Tin cups......................................... 2,000

Tin pans......................................... 33

Wooden buckets................................... 960

Hatchets......................................... 375

Axes and helves.................................. 1,000

Picks and helves................................. 1,000

Spades and shovels............................... 400

Boxes of carpenter tools......................... 15

Wall-tents and flies............................. 100

Coils of half-inch rope.......................... 6

C. L. GREENO,

Major and Provost-Marshal, Cav. Corps, Mil. Div. of the Mississippi.

OFFICE PROVOST MARSHAL, CAVALRY CORPS,

MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

Macon, Ga., June 28, 1865.