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A.-Statement of quartermasters" property for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865, by Captain R. C. Clowry, assistant quartermaster and assistant superintendent U. S. Military Telegraphs.*

B.-Statement of clothing and camp and garrison equipage for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865, by Captain R. C. Clowry, assistant quartermaster and assistant superintendent U. S. Military Telegraphs.*

Statement of the number of miles of land and submarine telegraph line constructed in the Departments of Missouri, Kansas, and Arkansas, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865, by Captain R. C. Clowry, assistant quartermaster and assistant superintendent U. S. Military Telegraphs.

Miles.

Lines in operation July 1, 1864....................... 211

Lines received during the year........................ 1,320

Lines constructed and repaired during the year........ 290

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Total................................................. 1,821

Deduct lines abandoned during the year................ 119

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Lines in operation June 30, 1865:

From Saint Louis, Mo., to Fort Smith, Ark............. 403

From Saint Louis, Mo., to New Madrid, Mo.............. 207

From Bloomfield, Mo., to Cape Girardeau, Mo........... 45

From Pilot Knob, Mo., to Patterson, Mo................ 28

From Saint Louis, Mo., to Macon, Mo................... 168

From Jefferson City, Mo., to Syracuse, Mo............. 43

From Allen via Boonville and Weston to Saint Joseph,

Mo.................................................... 296

From Fort Leavenworth, Kans., to Fort Scott, Kans..... 120

From Saint Louis, Mo., to City Lines, Mo.............. 10

From Little Rock, Ark., to mouth of White River, Ark.. 152

From Little Rock, Ark., to Pine Bluff, Ark............ 45

From Little Rock, Ark., to Fort Smith, Ark............ 185

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Total................................................. 1,702

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Cable on hand June 30, 1864........................... 1 1/4

Cable received during the year ending June 30, 1865... 1

Cable laid and recovered during the year ending June

30, 1865.............................................. ......

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Total................................................. 2 1/4

Cable lost during the year ending June 30, 1864, to

be deducted........................................... 1/2

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Cable in operation June 30, 1865...................... 1 3/4

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Cables in operation June 30, 1865:

From Ferry Landing, Mo., to Saint Charles, Mo......... 1

From Boonville, Mo., to opposite shore, Missouri

River.................................................. 2/4

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Total.................................................. 1 3/4

R. C. CLOWRY,

Captain and Assistant Quartermaster.

Numbers 81. Second annual report of Captain W. G. Fuller, assistant quartermaster of volunteers.

NEW ORLEANS, LA., July 25, 1865.

The close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1864, found me in charge of military telegraph lines in the Department of the Tennessee, with headquarters at Memphis, Tenn.

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*Omitted.

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