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9 Total prisoners captured, 666 Escaped Federal prisoners--    Commissioned officers,6   Enlisted men,4349 Bales of cotton burned, 3523  Ocmulgee Mills, 1500. Spindles and large amount of cotton cloth burned, value not known.   Subsistence captured, namely, breadstuff, beef, sugar, and coffee, at Government cost of ration in Louisville, $283,202 Command started from Atlanta with head cattle,1000   Took up as captured,10,50011,500  Consumed on the trip,9000   Balance on hand December 18, 1864, 2500 Horses captured.--By the Fifteenth army corps,369   By the Seventeenth army corps,562931 Mules captured.--By the Fifteenth army corps,786   By the Seventeenth army corps,10641850 Corn.--By the Fifteenth army corps,lbs.2,500,000lbs.  By the Seventeenth army corps,lbs.2,000,0004,500,000 Fodder.--By the Fifteenth army corps,lbs.2,500,000lbs.  By the Seventeenth army corps,lbs.2,000,0004,500,000 Miles of railroad destroyed, 191 I have the honor to recom
n, Twentieth army corps. Picket-line five hundred yards in advance of line of battle, and within five hundred yards of the enemy's line of battle. December seventeenth, remained in position; details from the regiments were set to work, and the unfinished breastworks in front of the brigade put in good condition for defence. December eighteenth, received the following order from division headquarters: headquarters Third division, Twentieth army corps, near Savannah, Georgia, December 18, 1864. circular: To-night each brigade commander will send out to his front a reconnoitring party to ascertain every avenue to the enemy's position. A written report of the investigation will be sent to these headquarters by nine A. M. to-morrow. By command of Brig.-Gen. W. T. Ward. John Speed, Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General. In pursuance of which, after a careful personal examination of the ground by the Colonel commanding, the following report was made: headquarters
was taken out of position and brought up at the head of Huntingdon street, and parked with Lieutenant Scott's section; about seven o'clock P. M., the section under Lieutenant Freeman arrived, and parked with the rest of battery, where we now remain. Tabular Statement showing the expenditure of ammunition and casualties during the recent campaign just closed. expenditure of ammunition. Ten-Pounder. Case Shot.Fuse Shell.Perc. Shell.Total.Date. 294762138December 12, 1864. 13  13December 18, 1864. 3  3December 19, 1864. 10121032December 20, 1864. Thirty-Pounder.  9413December 21, 1864. Casualties, none. All of which is respectfully submitted. Charles E. Winegar, Captain First New-York Artillery. headquarters battery I, First New-York artillery, Savannah, Ga., December 25, 1864. Lieutenant W. H. Mickle, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Artillery Brigade, Twentieth Army Corps: Lieutenant: I have the honor to report the following list of captured animals and for
n, Colonel Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry. Station, near King's Bridge. Date, December 18, 1864. headquarters Ninth Pennsylvania cavalry, near King's Bridge, December 1December 18, 1864. Captain James Beggs, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General: Captain: I respectfully submit the following report of articles captured and destroyed by my commorman, Captain Commanding Regiment. Station: in the field, Georgia. Date: December 18, 1864. Report of Government property lost and captured since November fourtucky Cavalry, Commanding Regiment. Station, in the field, Georgia. Date, December 18, 1864. Lieutenant-Colonel King's Report. headquarters Third Kentucky cy. Captain Beebe's Report. headquarters Tenth Wisconsin battery, December 18, 1864. Captain: In compliance with a circular from your headquarters, dated Camburn, Acting Adjutant. headquarters Ninth Michigan volunteer cavalry, December 18, 1864. Report of casualties in the Ninth Michigan cavalry, from November fou
ualty.Date.Place.Remarks. Com.Enlist.  2Walter Bond,CorporalAWounded severely in right footDec. 18, 1864Hutchinson Isl'd, Ga.    Hiram Gage,PrivateAWounded slightly in right armDec. 18, 1864HutchiDec. 18, 1864Hutchinson Isl'd, Ga.   3Charles Clute,PrivateCCaptured by the enemyDec. 1, 1864Near Louisville, Ga.    John Boneyparte,PrivateCCaptured by the enemyDec. 1, 1864Near Louisville, Ga.    George Morris,Prit Serg'tDKilledDec. 15, 1864Hutchinson Is'ld, Ga.    John Schram,PrivateDAmputated right legDec. 18, 1864Hutchinson Isl'd, Ga.    Reuben Cain,CorporalDWound slightly in left hip by shellDec. 18, 18Dec. 18, 1864Hutchinson Isl'd, Ga.Since ret'd to duty  1Albert Brown,PrivateEWound slightly in r't knee by shellDec. 13, 1864Near Savannah, Ga.   1John Farrell,CorporalFCaptured by the enemyDec. 1, 1864Near LledDec. 13, 1864Near Savannah, Ga.   2George Bradt,SergeantHWound in back and r't arm sev'lyDec. 18, 1864Hutchinson Isl'd, Ga.    Barton Sherman,PrivateHWounded slightly in left