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Department for the combined armies under General Sherman the following subsistence stores, viz:

Meats:

Mess port...................................pounds... 3,302,000

Bacon.........................................do..... 1,473,271

Salt beef.....................................do..... 2,810,400

Fresh beef....................................do..... 2,266,500

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Total..........................................do..... 9,852,171

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Breadstuffs:

Hard bread..................................pounds... 17,997,450

Flour.........................................do..... 4,758,600

Corn-meal.....................................do..... 92,000

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Total..........................................do..... 22,848,050

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Vegetables:

Beans.......................................pounds... 706, 181

Peas..........................................do..... 6,900

Rice..........................................do..... 115,312

Hominy........................................do..... 100,159

Potatoes......................................do..... 90,820

Mixed vegetables..............................do..... 153,720

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Total .........................................do..... 1,173,092

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Coffee.......................................pounds... 1,652,678

Tea............................................do..... 16,705 1/2 Sugar..........................................do..... 2,734,503

Soap...........................................do..... 392,168

Salt...........................................do..... 667,899

Pepper.........................................do..... 20,205

Candles........................................do..... 107,857

Whisky.......................................gallons.. 46,414

Vinegar........................................do..... 74,248

Molasses.......................................do..... 12,459 1/2

Miscellaneous: Hospital stores, &c...........pounds... 266,750

These stores were sent from the various Northern cities of Boston, New York, Alexandria, Fortress Monroe, and Norfolk, and were delivered at the ports of King's Bridge, Savannah, Hilton Head, and Morehead City during the months of December, 1864, January, February, March, April and May, 1865.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

LOGAN H. ROOTS,

Captain and Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. Volunteers.

List of vessels and their cargoes sent from Savannah and Hilton Head to Cape Fear River and Morehead City.*

No. 97. Report of the movements of the train of the Twentieth Army Corps, on the march from Savannah, Ga., to Goldsborough, N. C., January, February, and March, 1865.

HEADQUARTERS TWENTIETH ARMY CORPS,

OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER,

Near Goldsborough, N. C., March 31, 1865.

Friday, January 27.-Left camp 9.30 a.m.; arrived at Monteith 3 p.m.; distance, 11.50 miles; weather fine, frosty; roads heavy. Last Tuesday week, January 17, the First and Third Division, three

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*Omitted.

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