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0,000 pounds of hay or fodder. I estimate that at least this quantity was taken from the country on the march, and exclusive of that taken before marching from Atlanta. Upon this basis, estimates made on actual returns to Captain Whittelsey and Major Reynolds, will be increased over seven hundred thousand (700,000) pounds of corn and eight hundred thousand pounds of fodder. The waste of this, as other articles, was enormous. Subsistence taken from country, as per report of Lieutenant-Colonel Ballock, Chief Commissary of Subsistence: Fresh Beef,lbs.400,000 Fresh Beef and Mutton,lbs.150,000 Rice,lbs.110,000 Flour,lbs.20,000 Sweet Potatoes,bush.6,500 Sorghum Syrup,galls.4,000 Of the quantities of turkeys, geese, ducks, and poultry of all kinds taken, no approximate estimate can be made. For at least two hundred miles of our route, these articles were in great abundance, and were used lavishly and wastefully. So of the other articles above mentioned, it would be saf
0,000 pounds of hay or fodder. I estimate that at least this quantity was taken from the country on the march, and exclusive of that taken before marching from Atlanta. Upon this basis, estimates made on actual returns to Captain Whittelsey and Major Reynolds, will be increased over seven hundred thousand (700,000) pounds of corn and eight hundred thousand pounds of fodder. The waste of this, as other articles, was enormous. Subsistence taken from country, as per report of Lieutenant-Colonel Ballock, Chief Commissary of Subsistence: Fresh Beef,lbs.400,000 Fresh Beef and Mutton,lbs.150,000 Rice,lbs.110,000 Flour,lbs.20,000 Sweet Potatoes,bush.6,500 Sorghum Syrup,galls.4,000 Of the quantities of turkeys, geese, ducks, and poultry of all kinds taken, no approximate estimate can be made. For at least two hundred miles of our route, these articles were in great abundance, and were used lavishly and wastefully. So of the other articles above mentioned, it would be saf