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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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pounds for light 12-pound gun, 30 pounds for 30-pound Parrott gun, 229 pounds for 20-pound Parrott gun ; total artillery ammunition, 3576. Small Arm Ammunition.--950,915 elongated ball cartridges, calibre, 57; 141,396 Spencer rifle cartridges, 56,000 Burnside carbine cartridges, 62,000 Sharpe's carbine cartridges, 21,000 Smith's carbine cartridges, 8600 Colt's army pistol cartridges, 4800 Colt's navy pistol cartridges, 500 Henry rifle cartridges; total small-arm ammunition, 1,245,211. T. G. Baylor, Captain and Chief of Ordnance, M. D.M. Report of animals captured and forage taken up and consumed, under the direction of Fred. L. Clark, Captain and Assistant Quartermaster, during the campaign against Savannah, Georgia: Date.By whom captured.Horses.Mules.Corn.Rice.Fodder. 1864, November and December.Ordnance and Supply Train,204095,00015,000175,000 Total captured,204095,00015,000175,000 I certify that the above is a correct report of animals captured, and forage
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore), Captured and destroyed by the left wing, at Milledgeville, Georgia. (search)
1,763. Small Arms.--183 various kinds. Infantry Ammunition.--8000 musket cartridges, calibre, 59 ; 7500 musket buck and ball cartridges, calibre, 69; 11,000 elongated ball cartridges, calibre, 57; 3000 Sharpe's rifle; 18,000 rifled iron ball, calibre, 52; 4000 buck and ball cartridges, calibre, 75. Total infantry ammunition, 51,500. Expenditures of Ammunition during the Campaign. Artillery Ammunition.--2099 pounds for 3-inch gun, 1218 pounds for light 12-pound gun, 30 pounds for 30-pound Parrott gun, 229 pounds for 20-pound Parrott gun ; total artillery ammunition, 3576. Small Arm Ammunition.--950,915 elongated ball cartridges, calibre, 57; 141,396 Spencer rifle cartridges, 56,000 Burnside carbine cartridges, 62,000 Sharpe's carbine cartridges, 21,000 Smith's carbine cartridges, 8600 Colt's army pistol cartridges, 4800 Colt's navy pistol cartridges, 500 Henry rifle cartridges; total small-arm ammunition, 1,245,211. T. G. Baylor, Captain and Chief of Ordnance, M. D.M.