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Virginia's Contribution to Confederate Army.
|Brass 6-pounder cannon (unmounted),||5|
|Brass i2-pounder Howitzers (not mounted),||1|
|Brass, mounted, mountain howitzers,||3|
|Iron, 1 2-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|
|Muskets, alt., fire (in good order),||1,735|
|Read's rifles (cavalry),||400|
|Muskets (being repaired),||4,000|
|Muskets (without bayonets),||1,100|
I have the honor to be,
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.