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five battalions, with twenty batteries, were assigned to the Second Corps; five battalions, with twenty batteries, were assigned to the Third Corps. The equipment was as follows: 31 rifles,42 Napoleons,10 howitzers= 83in the 1st Corps 38 rifles,32 Napoleons,12 howitzers= 82in the 2d Corps 41 rifles,26 Napoleons,15 howitzers= 82in the 3d Corps Total247  The particular equipment in the battalions of the Third Corps was as follows: Cutts:10 rifles,3 Napoleons,4 howitzers= 17 Garnett:11 rifles,4 Napoleons,2 howitzers= 17 McIntosh:10 rifles,6 Napoleons, = 16 Pegram:8 rifles,9 Napoleons,24 howitzers = 19 Cutshaw:2 rifles,5 Napoleons,74 howitzers= 14 After the battle of Chattanooga-captured Confederate guns The Confederate artillery was never equal in number or weight to that of the Union armies. In the West these ancient 12-pounder howitzers were mounted on rough wooden carriages, those above, for instance. These guns are aligned in front of General Thomas' he