tal, mixed with the proper quantity of copper, will suffice for a field-battery of six pieces.
Those who are willing to devote their bells to this patriotic purpose, will receive receipts for them, and the bells will be replaced, if required, at the close of the war, or they will be purchased at fair prices.
Bells may be directed as follows:
Richmond Arsenal, Richmond, Va., Capt. B. G. Baldwin.
Fayetteville Arsenal, Fayetteville, N. C., Capt. J. C. Booth.
Charleston Arsenal, Charleston, S. C., Capt. F. L. Childs.
Augusta Arsenal, Augusta, Ga., Lieut.-Col. W. G. Gill.
Mount Vernon Arsenal, Mount Vernon, Ala., Capt. J. L. White.
Columbus Depot, Columbus, Miss., Major W. R. Hunt.
Atlanta Depot, Atlanta, Ga., Lieutenant M. H. Wright.
Savannah Depot, Savannah, Ga., Capt. R. M. Cuyler.
Knoxville Depot, Knoxville, Ga., Lieut. P. M. McClung.
Baton Rouge Arsenal, Baton Rouge, La., F. C. Humphreys, military storekeeper.
Montgomery Depot, Montgomery, Ala., C. G. Wagner
Dec.7.Steamship Ella Warley, Swasey, Charleston, cotton.
Dec.10.Steamship Theodora, Lockwood, Charleston, cotton.
Garibaldi, Bettilini, Jacksonville, naval stores.
Jan.18.Steamship Kate, Lockwood, Charleston, cotton.
Col. McRea, Perry, Georgetown, S. C.al stores.
Feb.16.Steamship Kate, Lockwood, Charleston, cotton.
Feb.24.Steamship Cecile, Peck, Chaotton.
Sir Robert Peel, Guage, Charleston, cotton and naval stores.
March8.Steamship eston, cotton.
Argyle, Davis, Charleston, cotton and naval stores.
Sarah, Russell, Charleston, cotton.
Acorn, Habenicht, Chaleston, cotton.
Louisa, Tolle, Charleston, cotton.
Chase, Habenicht, ChaCharleston cotton.
Elizabeth, Rumley, Charleston, cotton.
April10.Steamship Cecile, CarlCharleston, cotton.
April10.Steamship Cecile, Carling, Charleston, cotton.
Total fifty-eight, of which thirty-five since first of January.