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United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 1.12
Virginia's Contribution to Confederate States Army. [from the William and Mary College Quarterly, Oct., 1904, pp. 141-2.] The following documents are found in the Virginia State Library. As the war continued eighteen months longer, the contribution of Virginia was much in excess of the figures given by Governor Letcher. Tfront—robbing, as has been quite truthfully stated—the cradle and the grave. Whilst veritable rosters may not be cited, the contribution of Virginia to the Confederate States Army, first and last, must have been at least 150,000. I would urge upon every true and self-respectful Virginian his palpable duty in helping, as he may, nor's Message, stating number of men and arms furnished C. States during the present war, Oct. 8, 1863. Statement of the number of troops furnished the Confederate States by the State of Virginia as taken from the first rolls on file in the Adjutant and Inspector General's Office: 64 Reg'ts Infantry,52,496 20 Reg'ts Caval
Austria (Austria) (search for this): chapter 1.12
maining on hand in the Virginia armory on the 1st October, 1863. Brass 6-pounder cannon (unmounted),5 Brass 12-pounder Howitzers (not mounted),1 Brass, mounted, mountain howitzers,3 Iron, 12-pounder cannon (mounted),8 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (mounted),26 Iron, 4-pounder cannon (mounted),13 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (without limbers),5 Iron, 4-pounder rifle cannon (without limbers),1 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (not mounted),12 Iron, 4-pounder rifle cannon (not mounted),4 Williams' guns,10 Caissons, 6-pounder,8 Muskets, alt, fire (in good order),1,735 Muskets, Springfied,300 Read's rifles (cavalry),400 Rifles,220 Rifles (Austrian),200 Rifles (Miss),20 Carbines (cavalry),103 Sabres (cavalry),225 Muskets (being repaired),4,000 Muskets (without bayonets),1,100 I have the honor to be, Very respectfully, Ch's Dimmock, Bvt. Brig. Gen., Chief of Ord. of Virginia. [Endorsed.] Charles Dimmock, Brig. Gen. and Chief of Ordnance, Report of army issued and now in hand.
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.12
lds. Respectfully, John Letcher. [Endorsed.] Governor's Message, stating number of men and arms furnished C. States during the present war, Oct. 8, 1863. Statement of the number of troops furnished the Confederate States by the State of Virginia as taken from the first rolls on file in the Adjutant and Inspector General's Office: 64 Reg'ts Infantry,52,496 20 Reg'ts Cavalry,14,175 2 Reg'ts Artillery,1,779 28 Battalions Cavalry, Infantry and Artillery,11,717 9 Battalions Artilry Regiments, only sixty-one have rolls on file in this office, and only nineteen Cavalry Regiments. The rolls are very defective in all arms of the service. The above statement does not embrace the recruits or conscripts furnished by the State of Virginia, of which we have no returns. S. Cooper, At. and I. Gen. To. Col. S. B. French, A. D. C., &c. Headquarters Va. Ord. Department, Richmond, October 6, 1863. Wm. H. Richardson, Adg't Gen.: General: I have the honor to report, in answer
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.12
least 150,000. I would urge upon every true and self-respectful Virginian his palpable duty in helping, as he may, by the loan for copying, of muster rolls in his possession to Major Robert W. Hunter, Secretary of Virginia Military Records, Richmond, Va., so that as accurate a statement as may be attained, be presented, of the aid and sublime sacrifices made by our grand old Commonwealth and her devoted people to the sacred Cause of Right.—Ed.] executive Department, Richmond, Va., October Richmond, Va., October 7th, 1862. Gentleman of the House of Delegates: In response to the Resolution adopted by the House of Delegates, I have the honor to transmit the accompanying report from Adjutant-General Cooper, of the Confederate Government, and General Dimmock, of the Ordnance Degartment of Virginia. I have only to add that upwards of thirty thousand conscripts have passed through the camp of instruction in charge of Col. [John C.] Shields. Respectfully, John Letcher. [Endorsed.] Governor's Mes
Robert W. Hunter (search for this): chapter 1.12
e had in many instances to be availed of, even the maimed and the invalid had to hasten to the front—robbing, as has been quite truthfully stated—the cradle and the grave. Whilst veritable rosters may not be cited, the contribution of Virginia to the Confederate States Army, first and last, must have been at least 150,000. I would urge upon every true and self-respectful Virginian his palpable duty in helping, as he may, by the loan for copying, of muster rolls in his possession to Major Robert W. Hunter, Secretary of Virginia Military Records, Richmond, Va., so that as accurate a statement as may be attained, be presented, of the aid and sublime sacrifices made by our grand old Commonwealth and her devoted people to the sacred Cause of Right.—Ed.] executive Department, Richmond, Va., October 7th, 1862. Gentleman of the House of Delegates: In response to the Resolution adopted by the House of Delegates, I have the honor to transmit the accompanying report from Adjutant-General <
S. B. French (search for this): chapter 1.12
717 9 Battalions Artillery, Army No. Va.,4,500 214 Unattached Cos. Artillery, Infantry and Cavalry,18,248 ——— Total number of men,102,915 Of the sixty-four Infantry Regiments, only sixty-one have rolls on file in this office, and only nineteen Cavalry Regiments. The rolls are very defective in all arms of the service. The above statement does not embrace the recruits or conscripts furnished by the State of Virginia, of which we have no returns. S. Cooper, At. and I. Gen. To. Col. S. B. French, A. D. C., &c. Headquarters Va. Ord. Department, Richmond, October 6, 1863. Wm. H. Richardson, Adg't Gen.: General: I have the honor to report, in answer to a call from the Legislature, through the Governor of the Commonwealth, as follows: Arms issued between Oct. 1, 1859, and Oct. 1, 1863. Common pieces,390 Muskets,103,840 Rifles,6,428 Carbines,795 Musketoons,446 Pistols,4,438 Sabres,7,863 Remaining on hand in the Virginia armory on the 1st October, 1863. <
of Right.—Ed.] executive Department, Richmond, Va., October 7th, 1862. Gentleman of the House of Delegates: In response to the Resolution adopted by the House of Delegates, I have the honor to transmit the accompanying report from Adjutant-General Cooper, of the Confederate Government, and General Dimmock, of the Ordnance Degartment of Virginia. I have only to add that upwards of thirty thousand conscripts have passed through the camp of instruction in charge of Col. [John C.] Shieldsile in this office, and only nineteen Cavalry Regiments. The rolls are very defective in all arms of the service. The above statement does not embrace the recruits or conscripts furnished by the State of Virginia, of which we have no returns. S. Cooper, At. and I. Gen. To. Col. S. B. French, A. D. C., &c. Headquarters Va. Ord. Department, Richmond, October 6, 1863. Wm. H. Richardson, Adg't Gen.: General: I have the honor to report, in answer to a call from the Legislature, through the
William H. Richardson (search for this): chapter 1.12
lry,18,248 ——— Total number of men,102,915 Of the sixty-four Infantry Regiments, only sixty-one have rolls on file in this office, and only nineteen Cavalry Regiments. The rolls are very defective in all arms of the service. The above statement does not embrace the recruits or conscripts furnished by the State of Virginia, of which we have no returns. S. Cooper, At. and I. Gen. To. Col. S. B. French, A. D. C., &c. Headquarters Va. Ord. Department, Richmond, October 6, 1863. Wm. H. Richardson, Adg't Gen.: General: I have the honor to report, in answer to a call from the Legislature, through the Governor of the Commonwealth, as follows: Arms issued between Oct. 1, 1859, and Oct. 1, 1863. Common pieces,390 Muskets,103,840 Rifles,6,428 Carbines,795 Musketoons,446 Pistols,4,438 Sabres,7,863 Remaining on hand in the Virginia armory on the 1st October, 1863. Brass 6-pounder cannon (unmounted),5 Brass 12-pounder Howitzers (not mounted),1 Brass, mou<
maining on hand in the Virginia armory on the 1st October, 1863. Brass 6-pounder cannon (unmounted),5 Brass 12-pounder Howitzers (not mounted),1 Brass, mounted, mountain howitzers,3 Iron, 12-pounder cannon (mounted),8 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (mounted),26 Iron, 4-pounder cannon (mounted),13 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (without limbers),5 Iron, 4-pounder rifle cannon (without limbers),1 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (not mounted),12 Iron, 4-pounder rifle cannon (not mounted),4 Williams' guns,10 Caissons, 6-pounder,8 Muskets, alt, fire (in good order),1,735 Muskets, Springfied,300 Read's rifles (cavalry),400 Rifles,220 Rifles (Austrian),200 Rifles (Miss),20 Carbines (cavalry),103 Sabres (cavalry),225 Muskets (being repaired),4,000 Muskets (without bayonets),1,100 I have the honor to be, Very respectfully, Ch's Dimmock, Bvt. Brig. Gen., Chief of Ord. of Virginia. [Endorsed.] Charles Dimmock, Brig. Gen. and Chief of Ordnance, Report of army issued and now in hand.
Lewis B. Williams (search for this): chapter 1.12
,863 Remaining on hand in the Virginia armory on the 1st October, 1863. Brass 6-pounder cannon (unmounted),5 Brass 12-pounder Howitzers (not mounted),1 Brass, mounted, mountain howitzers,3 Iron, 12-pounder cannon (mounted),8 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (mounted),26 Iron, 4-pounder cannon (mounted),13 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (without limbers),5 Iron, 4-pounder rifle cannon (without limbers),1 Iron, 6-pounder cannon (not mounted),12 Iron, 4-pounder rifle cannon (not mounted),4 Williams' guns,10 Caissons, 6-pounder,8 Muskets, alt, fire (in good order),1,735 Muskets, Springfied,300 Read's rifles (cavalry),400 Rifles,220 Rifles (Austrian),200 Rifles (Miss),20 Carbines (cavalry),103 Sabres (cavalry),225 Muskets (being repaired),4,000 Muskets (without bayonets),1,100 I have the honor to be, Very respectfully, Ch's Dimmock, Bvt. Brig. Gen., Chief of Ord. of Virginia. [Endorsed.] Charles Dimmock, Brig. Gen. and Chief of Ordnance, Report of army issued and n
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