Extract from report of Colonel Baldwin, Chief of ordnance A. N. V.
Captured and brought off from the field at Gettysburg in the actions of July 1st and 2d, 1863, seven pieces of artillery. Left near the battle-field, one 12-pound howitzer and carriage, which was afterwards secured and brought off in a wagon of the reserve ordnance train, the carriage having been destroyed on the field. Abandoned on the road near Fairfield, one 12-pound howitzer and carriage and one 6-pound bronze gun and carriage, which were afterwards secured and brought off in wagons, the carriages having been destroyed. Number of pieces artillery actually gained, seven. Two pieces and carriages lost at Falling Waters not reported to me.
Briscoe G. Baldwin, Lieutenant Colonel and Chief of Ordnance A. N. V. Ordnance Office, A. N. V., January 19, 1864.