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Report of animals and forage captured, of animals lost, killed, and abandoned by Twentieth Army Corps, Left Wing, Army of Georgia, on the march from Atlanta to Savannah, Ga., from November 15 to December 21, 1864.

Animals captured. Animals lost, killed, and abandoned.

Command.

Headquarters Left 185 217 246 155

Wing and Twentieth

Army Corps-trains,

Captain J. A.

Schoeniger, acting

assistant

quartermaster.

Ambulance Corps, 9 45 32 17

Captain J. F. Rowe,

acting assistant

quartermaster.

First Division, 20 174 10 10

Captain G. B.

Cadwalader,

assistant

quartermaster.

Second Division, 84 267 32 32

Captain G. L.

Parker, assistant

quartermaster.

Third Division, 112 317 82 82

Captain H. A.

Lacey, assistant

quartermaster.

Total. 410 1,020 402 524

Forage taken from country.

Command. Corn. Corn Rice Subsis

fodder. fodder. tence.

Pounds. Pounds. Pounds.

Headquarters Left 150,000 210,000 95,000 Cattle

Wing and Twentieth,

Army Corps-trains, sheep,

Captain J. A. hogs.

Schoeniger, acting

assistant

quartermaster.

Ambulance Corps, 47,764 ... 17,694 Poultr

Captain J. F. Rowe, y, &c.

acting assistant

quartermaster.

First Division, 382,602 469,119 100,000

Captain G. B.

Cadwalader,

assistant

quartermaster.

Second Division, 299,421 262,500 88,00

Captain G. L.

Parker, assistant

quartermaster.

Third Division, 348,197 150,000 250,000

Captain H. A.

Lacey, assistant

quartermaster.

Total. 1,227,984 1,091,619 550,694

Report of movements of trains Twentieth Army Corps, Left Wings, Army of Georgia, on the march from Atlanta to Savannah, Ga., November 15 to December 31, 1864.

HEADQUARTERS TWENTIETH ARMY CORPS, OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER,

Savannah, Ga., January 19, 1865.

Tuesday, November 15.-Left camp 9 a. m.; arrived at Stone Mountain 5 p. m.; distance, 16 miles; roads good; weather fine. Left Atlanta; the public buildings destroyed and part of the city on fire.

Wednesday, November 16.-Left camp 9.30 a. m.; arrived at McGuire's farm 4.30 p. m.; distance, 8 miles; roads good; weather fine.

Thursday, November 17.-Left camp 7.30 a. m.; arrived at near Cornish Creek 6.30 p. m.;distance, 15 miles; roads good; weather fine.

Friday, November 18.-Left camp 7.30 a. m.; arrived at Jopnes" farm 7.30 p. m.; distance, 16 miles; roads good; weather, rained in the night. Destroying Georgia Railroad-burned depots, tanks, &c., and destroy track and wood at Social Circle and Rutledge.

Saturday, November 19.-Left camp 7 a. m.; arrived at Brock's farm, beyond Madison, 1 p. m.; distance, 7 miles; roads good; weather rainy. Second Division sent to burn bridge across Oconee River.

Sunday, November 20.-Left camp 8 a. m.; arrived toward Eatonton 4.30 p. m.; distance, 12 miles; roads good; weather cloudy-rained at 5 p. m.

Monday, November 21.-Left camp 7 a. m.; arrived 5 miles beyond Eatonton 12 m.; distance, 13 miles; roads very muddy-bad; weather very rainy. Hard frost this night.