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APPENDIX.

Summary of work done during the month, proportions of fort finished, &c.

Date. Location Designation, Fort, Number of Character

of work. stockade, etc. days' work of labor.

done

during

month.

1865.

March Louisville Fort Elstner. 1,306 1/2 Hired.

31

..do.. Fort Engle. ... ..do..

..do.. Fort Saunders. 905 ..do..

..do.. Fort Hill. ... ..do..

..do.. Fort Horton. ... ..do..

..do.. Fort McPherson. ... ..do..

..do.. Fort Philot. 480 ..do..

..do.. Fort Saint Clair ... ..do..

Morton.

..do.. Fort Karnasch. ... ..do..

..do.. Fort Clark. 160 ..do..

..do.. Fort Southworth. 1,662 ..do..

..do.. Battery Numbers ... ..do..

1.

..do.. Battery Mo. 2. ... ..do..

Bowling Fort Lytle. ... Military.

Green.

Lexington. Fort Crittenden. ... ..do..

Mount Fort Hutchinson. ... ..do..

Sterling.

Louisa.. Fort Bishop. 732 ..do..

Kentucky Keller's Bridge ... ..do..

Central stockade.

Railroad.

..do.. Kimbrough's ... ..do..

Bridge stockade.

..do.. Townsend's Bridge ... ..do..

stockade.

Camp Depot magazine. 719 ..do..

Nelson.

Date. Proportion Propor- Development Number of guns

of fort tion of of crest on on hand.

finished. maga-zine feet.

fini-

shed.

1865.

March. 3/4 1 785

One 100-

31 pounder, two 30-

pounder, and

sixteen 20-

pounder Parrott

guns; three 24-

pounder smooth-

bore.

1 1 553

a1 1 595

b1 1 612

1 1 590

1 1 1,780

c1 1 550

1 1 766

1 1 533

d1 1 644

e 4/5 1 560

f1 ... ...

g1 ... ...

3/4 1 ... Sufficiency. See

annual report,

Colonel Simpson,

November 15,

1864.*

2/3 1 585 Three guns

disposable from

Fort Clay.

9/10 9/10 573 A field battery

of six guns.

39/40 1 925 Seven field

guns.

1 ... ...

1 ... ...

1 ... ...

(h) 3/4 ...

a Except 15 platforms.

b Except 4 platforms.

c Except 8 platforms.

d Except 5 platforms.

e Except 14 platforms.

f Except 4 platforms.

g Except 4 platforms.

h Repairs done (2).

J. H. SIMPSON,

Lieutenant-Colonel of Engineers.

SPECIAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. DISTRICT OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE, Numbers 84.

Nashville, Tenn., April 8, 1865.

* * * * * * *

IV. The troops composing the garrison of Stevenson, Ala., and adjutant country, are hereby assigned to the District of Northern Alabama. All reports will hereafter be made to brig. General R. S. Granger, commanding district.

By command of Major-General Rousseau:

B. H. POLK,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

HDQRS. 2nd DIV., DEPT. OF KENTUCKY, Numbers 9.

Russellville, Ky., April 8, 1865.

The organization of the forces, as prescribed in General Orders, Numbers 5, headquarters Second Military District of kentucky, paragraphs 2, 3,

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* See Vol. XXXIX, Part III, p. 777.

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