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[94] pounds soft solder; thirty-five and a half pounds cotton twine; one hundred and ten lanterns, various sizes; one coil two and one half inch rope; lot of wheels, tongues, gun-swabs, buckets, chains, and other equipments belonging to artillery; large quantity of matting; one bale white twilled flannel; one hogshead, (contents unknown;) one case zinc; several hundred gunstocks, (in rough;) thirty-eight kegs nails, (assorted sizes;) half box flints; five hundred artillery sabres; four gross roller gear buckles, (1/2 and 3/4;) fifty quires white cartridge paper; seven reams brown cartridge paper; fourteen hundred horse brushes; eight hundred currycombs; one hundred rolls; seven thousand friction tubes; fourteen hundred fine pistol cartridges; four thousand Minie rifle cartridges large quantity of fuzes, various kinds and degrees; one thousand six-inch priming tubes large quantity of gun-wipers, ball screws, and cone wrenches; one hundred powder-flasks; five thousand four hundred feet slow matches; one hundred and twenty-three coils slow matches; one thousand sensitive tubes; twelve hundred and fifty port fires; sixteen pounds horseshoe nails; three hundred friction primers; five hundred friction tubes; fifty currycombs, extra quality; five hundred conical ball bullet-moulds, (37;) large lot of brass measures, sights, and implements for artillery, (names unknown;) fifteen hundred tarred links; twelve hundred oil bottles; one hundred and eighty field piece cartridges; nineteen hundred and sixty-one ten-inch fuses; one hundred eight-inch fuses; one bale wrapping paper; fifty axe-helves; fifteen spades; ten picks; large quantity of buckles, and rings of various sizes; one bag of hemp twine; one hundred and eighty-six muskets, assorted; thirty-three muskets, assorted; fourteen thousand cartridges; forty cartridge-boxes; forty bayonets; forty belts.

In Park.--Thirteen hundred and fifty-seven thirty-two pounder solid shot; eleven hundred and forty-seven twenty-four pound solid shot; four hundred and thirty-five forty-two pound solid shot; six hundred and ninety-eight eleven-inch shell; twenty thousand and five sixty-four pounder solid shot; five hundred and eighty-five twenty-four pounder solid shot; six hundred and forty-two twelve pounder solid shot; one thirty-two pounder rifled gun and carriage--one six pounder rifled howitzer, (Whitaker and President street;) two caissons; two limber-boxes; five hundred and eighty signal rockets; seven hundred handspikes, for artillery.

Inventory of ordnance and ordnance stores, taken possession of by Colonel John Flynn, Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania volunteers, commanding detachments First brigade, Second division, Twentieth army corps, at Fort Jackson, on the Savannah River:

Forty-four thirty-two pounders; two ten-inch columbiads; twenty eight-inch columbiads; two rifled thirty-two pounders; twelve twenty-four pounder howitzers; one eight-inch mortar; four sixty-four pounders; three ten-inch mortars; three three-inch rifled field pieces; four hundred ten-inch solid shot; five hundred and eighty-seven eight-inch solid shot; one hundred and forty-nine seven-inch solid shot; twenty-two hundred and seventy-two six-inch solid shot; thirty-two eight-inch canister; forty-one seven-inch canister; sixty six-inch canister; four hundred and eleven ten-inch shells; three hundred and twenty-five eight-inch shells; one hundred and twenty six inch shells; fifteen eight-inch grape; twenty seven-inch grape; thirteen six-inch grape; forty-one seven-inch conical shells, (fixed;) thirty-two six-inch conical shells, (fixed;) fifty pounds of powder, (rifled musket.)

Of the ninety-one guns captured, fourteen (14) only were found to have been spiked and shotted. The gun-carriages were broken and temporarily disabled, and all the implements were broken and destroyed.

Respectfully submitted,

Ario Parduck, Colonel One Hundred and Forty-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteers, Commanding Brigade.

Report of the amount of provisions captured and issued during the march from Atlanta, Georgia, to Savannah, Georgia, in First brigade, Second division, Twentieth corps: Head beef cattle, two hundred and fifty pounds net each, two hundred and fifty; head sheep, thirty pounds net each, sixty-five; bacon, two thousand pounds; sweet potatoes, six hundred bushels; salt, three barrels; molasses, two barrels; sacks corn-meal, fifty pounds each, two hundred and fifty.

Samuel D. Conner, First Lieutenant and Acting Commissary of Sub., First Brigade, Second Division, Twentieth Corps.

Report of the number of horses and mules captured, and the number of pounds of corn and fodder obtained from the country in the First brigade, Second division, Twentieth corps, during the march from Atlanta, Georgia, to Savannah, Georgia: Horses, four; mules, thirty; corn, fifty-eight thousand four hundred and twenty-five bushels; fodder, eighty-four thousand bushels.

O. F. Gibbs, First Lieutenant and Acting Assistant Quartermaster, First Brigade, Second Division, Twentieth Corps.

Colonel Flynn's Report.

headquarters twenty-Eighth Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry, First brigade, Second division, Twentieth army corps, Savannah, Georgia, December 28, 1864.
Lieutenant A. H. W. Creigh, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, First Brigade:
Lieutenant: In compliance with circular dated Headquarters First brigade, Second division, Twentieth army corps, December twenty-third, 1864, I have the honor to report the following as the part taken by the Twenty-eighth regiment Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry, in the campaign which closed on the twenty-first instant, by the occupation of the city of Savannah, Georgia.

This campaign is, throughout its entire extent, void of interest to the soldier, as we had such unparalleled success that a great part of the army has not had occasion to form for battle, few bloody

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