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Numbers 38. CC.-Statement of amount paid on account of ocean and lake transportation by Colonel S. L. Brown, Quartermaster's Department, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865.

Freight.......................... $ 1,890,109.46

Expenditures..................... 9,710.00

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Total............................ 1,899,810.46

I certify that the above statement is correct.

S. L. BROWN,

Colonel, Quartermaster's Department.

Numbers 39. D.-Statement of all troops and stores transported by Colonel S. L. Brown, Quartermaster's Department, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865.

Kinds of Passengers, Quartermaster's

transportation. civilians. stores.

Not owned or run by Tons. Lbs.

Government:

Railroads 1,773 81,503

Steam- ........ 273,545 799

boats,barges,&c

Stages ........ ................

Wagon, &c ........ 123,475 1,301

Total not owned or 1,773 478,524

run by Government

Owned or run by ........... .........

Government:

Railroads ............ .........

Steam-boats, ............. .........

barges, &c

Total owned or run ............. .........

by Government

Grand total 1,773 478,524

I certify that the above statement is correct.

S. L. BROWN,

Colonel, Quartermaster's Department.

Numbers 40. Report of quantity and approximate valuation of forage shipped to armies on the James River during the winter of 1864- "65.

Month. Corn. Oats. Hay.

1864. Bushels. Bushels. Tons.

September 76.087 1.237.972 9.641.12

October 166.902 505.156 5.515.00

November 118.355 1/2 540.645 5.341.13

December 41.780 455.836 8.290.80

1865.

21.259 736.586 5.084.60

January

February 35.235 683.546 3.756.15

March 63.583 489.018 5.800.00

April 38.829 595.359 11.011.11

Total 562.030 1/2 5.244.118 54.441.50

Month. Straw. Approximate

valuation.

1864. Tons.

$1,877,336,92

September 410.90

October 452.18 1,048,234,77

November 139.17 964,261.00

December 119.20 933,511.39

1865.

76,40 1,154,628.03

January

February 113.13 989,153.91

March 147.16 976,894.28

April 239.00 1,229,513.70

Total 1,696.19 9,173,534.00

And 90,547 tons of coal, costing..............$1,009,21

S. L. BROWN,

Colonel, in Charge Division of Regular Supplies.

QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Washington, D. C., October 25, 1865.