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Statement of U. S. military telegraph lines in operation July 1, 1864, and constructed and taken down during the year ending June 30, 1865, &c.-Cont"d.

Between what In Taken In Land Subm

points. operation down operation line. arin

during during July 1, e

the year. the 1865. cabl

year. e.

In operation

July 1, 1864-

Continued.

Miles. Miles. Miles. Miles. Mile

s.

Coty Point and 12 8 4 4 ...

headquarters

Ninth Army

Corps.

Former 8 1/2 ... 8 1/2 8 1/2 ...

headquarters

of General

Gillmore to

headquarters

of General

Foster.

Loop at 9 .... 9 9 ...

Newport News.

Newport News 4 ... 4 ... 4

and Sewell's

Point (cable).

Sewell's Point 11 ... 11 11 ...

and

Portsmouth.

Portsmouth and 17 ... 17 17 ...

Suffolk.

Wilmington and 25 3/4 ... 25 3/4 25 3/4 ...

Middletown,

Del.

Port Tobacco 28 ... 28 28 ...

and Maryland

Point.

Beaufort and 42 ... 42 42 ...

Batchelder's

Creek, N. C.

Constructed

during the

fiscal year

1865.

Pitkin Station 8 ... 8 8 ...

and City

Point.

Jamestown 22 22 ... ... ...

Island and

Fort Powhatam

(cable).

Field line in 20 20 ... ... ...

Army of the

Potomac.

Pitkin Station 10 10 ... ... ...

and General

Warren's

headquarters.

Across 1/4 ... 1/4 1/4 ...

Appomattox

River (cable).

Cedar Level 14 14 ... ... ...

and

headquarters

Army of the

Potomac.

Deep Bottom 10 3 7 7 ...

and New Market

road.

Alexandria and 39 39 ... ... ...

Catlett's

Station.

Manassas 25 25 ... ... ...

Junction and

Piedmont.

Warren Station 5 ... 5 5 ...

and Patrick

Station.

Headquarters 4 ... 4 4 ...

Army of the

James and Fort

Harrison.

Harper's Ferry 31 ... 31 31 ...

and

Winchester.

Winchester and 4 4 ... ... ...

General

Sheridan's

headquarters.

Field wire in 8 8 ... ... ...

Army of the

Potomac.

Pitkin Station 10 ... 10 10 ...

and

Petersburg,

two wires.

Jones" Landing 3 1/2 ... 3 1/2 3 1/2 ...

and

headquarters

Army of the

James.

Berlin, Md., 8 8 ... ... ...

and

Lovetssville,

Va.

Warren Station 11 ... 11 11 ...

and

headquarters

Second Army

Corps.

Field wire in 10 10 ... ... ...

Army of the

Potomac.

Patrick 6 ... 6 6 ...

Station and

Petersburg.

Field wire in 40 40 ... ... ...

Army of the

Potomac.

Wilmington, N. 22 ... 22 22 ...

C., and Fort

Fisher.

Wilmington, N. 9 ... 9 9 ...

C., and Nine-

Mile Station.

Batchelder's 24 .. 24 24 ...

Creek and

Kinston, N. C.

Petersburg and 65 ... 65 65 ...

Weldon.

Richmond and 22 ... 22 22 ...

Petersburg.

Manchester and 22 ... 22 22 ...

Petersburg

(railroad

wire).

Kinston and 180 ... 180 180 ...

Greensborough,

N. C.

Goldsborough 75 ... 75 75 ...

and Northeast

Station.

Richmond and 130 ... 130 130 ...

Washington via

Fredericksburg

.

Richmond and 140 ... 140 140 ...

Danville.

Richmond and 55 ... 55 55 ...

Burkeville.

War Department 5 ... 5 5 ...

and Soldier's

Home.

Alexandria and 120 ... 120 120 ...

Richmond.

Richmond and 60 ... 60 60 ...

Williamsburg.

Williamsburg 1 ... 1 1 ...

and Fort

Magruder.

Total. 1,954 3/4 225 1/2 1,729 1/4 1,700 1/4 29

B-Numbers 80. Report of Captain R. C. Clowry, assistant quartermaster, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865.

U. S. MIL. TELEGRAPH, ASST. QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,

Saint Louis, Mo., July 31, 1865.

Colonel ANSON STAGER,

Assistant Quartermaster, Chief U. S. Military Telegraph:

COLONEL: I have the honor to transmit herewith my annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865, comprising-

A statement of public money received, expended, and transferred.