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Report of animals captured, abandoned, died, killed, and lost by the Fourteenth Army Corps during its campaign through Georgia.

Horses.

Command. Capture Abandon Died Lost. Total

d. ed. and gained.

killed.

Headquarters 16 12 -- -- 4

First Division 116 51 3 -- 62

Second Division 209 43 6 2 158

Third Division 161 103 -- 1 --

Artillery Brigade 40 57 32 -- 8

Total 542 266 41 3 232

Mules.

Command. Capture Abandon Died Lost. Total

d. ed. and gained.

killed.

Headquarters 40 15 -- -- 25

First Division 204 91 4 -- 109

Second Division 604 159 10 13 422

Third Division 436 84 8 -- 344

Artillery Brigade 118 62 1 -- 55

Total 1,402 411 23 13 955

Jacks. Jennies. Ponies.

Command. Ca Aba To Cap Aba To Cap Tot

pt ndo ta tur ndo ta tur al

ur ned l ed. ned l ed. gai

ed . ga . ga ned

. in in .

ed ed

. .

Headquarters - - - - - - - -

First Division - - - - - - - -

Second Division 6 1 5 1 1 - - -

Third Division - - - - - - 2 1

Artillery Brigade - - - - - - 2 2

Total 6 1 5 1 1 - 4 3

REMARKS.-Deficiency in horses of Artillery Brigade deducted from gain in horses of Third Division, Fourteenth Army Corps.

Respectfully submitted.

J. E. REMINGTON,

Captain and Acting Chief Quartermaster Fourteenth Army Corps.

SAVANNAH, GA., January 19, 1865.

No. 96. HEADQUARTERS MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI, Saint Louis, Mo., July 24, 1865.

Major General M. C. MEIGS,

Quartermaster-General U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.:

GENERAL: In accordance with your verbal instructions given at Washington City the 27th of June last, I have the honor to inclose herewith a report of the operations of your department at Savannah and in North Carolina while supplying General Sherman's army last winter and spring.* The delay which has occurred in rendering this report has been unavoidable on my part, and has been caused by the difficulty of procuring the statements of property issued from the officers who had it in charge. Several of them were on leave of absence, away from their papers, and three are out of service.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

L. C. EASTON,

Brevet Brigadier-General, Chief Quartermaster.

[Inclosure.]

HDQRS. MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSOURI,

OFFICE CHIEF DEPOT COMMISSARY,

Saint Louis, Mo., July 20, 1865.

Brigadier General L. C. EASTON,

Chief Quartermaster Mil. Div. of the Miss., Saint Louis, Mo.:

GENERAL: In obedience to your request I have the honor to report that the Quartermaster's Department transported for the Subsistence

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*See Series I, Vol. LIII,p.44.

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