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ent kinds, ammunition, and other necessary articles, and in mounting artillery, in anticipation of the event which subsequently occurred. The reports from the Ordnance Department of the State, which have been laid before the Convention from time to time, will show what she had done in the way of preparation, and what number of artillery for the field, and what number of small arms, ammunition, and other articles necessary for fitting out and maintaining an army, have been issued. To Col. Charles Dimmock, Chief of the Ordnance Department, is the State largely indebted for what has been done, before and since the war commenced. He is not only an accomplished and well educated military officer, but he is a systematic business man, remarkable for energy and perseverance. His services to the State have been and are now invaluable in the position he occupies. A large portion of the ammunition which has been used in the war, was captured at Norfolk, and the heavy guns supplied to our
The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Proceedings of the enemy on the Eastern Shore. (search)
Caution. --No one is authorized to collect Virginia arms in this city, or elsewhere in this State, unless they show written authority from me. This notice is not of course to interfere with the authority of the Adjutant General of the State in any order he may have issued, or may issue hereafter upon this subject; but is given to prevent impositions by those having no authority, and who make no return to this office. C. Dimmock, oc 14--ts Col. of Ordnance of Virginia. City papers copy.
Ordnance Department of Va.,Richmond, Aug. 7, 1861. notice — It is very desirable that all corps communities and individuals in the State having arms of any kind — beyond those absolutely necessary for their immediate use — should return the same to this Department as soon as possible that they may be overhauled and thoroughly repaired. Address, C. Dimmock, Colonel, au 8--ts Chief of Ordnance of Virgi