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box plates, 165 cartridge-box belts, 165 waist-belts, 149 waist-belt plates, and 55,000 rounds infantry ammunition. Our own troops lost and expended 211 stand of small arms, 171 infantry accoutrements, 1977 rounds artillery ammunition, 1,560,125 rounds infantry ammunition. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, T. G. Bagler, Captain and Chief of Ordnance Department Cumberland. Major-General Hoorer's report. headquarters Eleventh and Twelfth corps, Lookout Valley, Tenn., Feb. 4, 1864. Brigadier-General W. D. Whipple, A. A. G., Army of the Cumberland: General: I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by my command in the operations of the army which resulted in driving the rebel forces from their position in the vicinity of Chattanooga, and of its participation immediately afterward in their pursuit. In order that these operations may be distinctly understood, that the troops concerned be known and receive the honor due them, it is necess
nding N. A. B. Squadron. Please send a boat up the Nansemond to me, and the bearer, Captain Rowe, will proceed with his vessel to Smithfield. Report of Captain Guert Gansevoort. United States iron-clad Roanoke, Newport news, Va., February 4, 1864. Admiral: I have the honor to inform you of the facts (as far as I can recollect) relating to the expedition which went up the river on January thirty-first, under the command of General Graham. Sunday morning, January thirty-first, ab day. Yours, very respectfully, W. B. Sheldon, Acting Master, Commanding. Acting Rear-Admiral S. P. Lee, Commanding N. A. Blockading Squadron. Report of pilot Henry Stevens. United States flag-ship Minnesota, off Newport news, Va., February 4, 1864. sir: According to your orders, I proceeded as pilot of the expedition in command of Acting Master A. B. Pierson, he having the two launches of this ship under his command. After leaving this ship, the United States steamer Shokokon took