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1036 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. [CSAP.No. 274.Report of Brig. Gen. William N. Pendleton, C. S. Army, Chief ofArtillery.HDQvs. ARTILLERY CORPS, ARMY OF N. VIRGINIA,February 28, 1865.COLONEL : I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the artillery serving with this army during the cam-paign of 1864 :The campaign opened with active movements on May 4. The artillery force of the army as then distributed will be seen in the fol-lowing tables :Artillery serving with First Corps, Brig. Gen. E. P. Alexander, chief, command-ing.HITGER'S BATTALION.aLieutenant-Colonel HUGER. Major JORDAN. Gtuns.Smith's battery 4Moody's battery 5Woolfolk's battery 4Parker's battery 4Taylor's .battery 4Fickling's battery 4Total s 25 HASKELL'S BATTALION.b Maj. JOHN C. HASKELL. Garden's battery 4Flanner's battery 4Ramsay's battery 6Lamkin's batteryc Total 14CABELL'S BATTALION.dColonel CABELL. Major HAMILTON. Major GIBBES.Manly's battery 4McCarthy's battery 4 Callaway's battery 3 Carlton's batterye 4Total 15a This battalion had recently arrived with General Longstreet's corps from East Tennessee, and was recruiting near Cobham's Depot, Albemarle County, when it re-ceived orders to march on May 4 via Orange Court-House to Richards Shop, south-east of the Wilderness.b This battalion was still near Cobham's Depot, where it had wintered, when it re-ceived orders to march as above.c This battery was equipped ; armed with small guns.d This battalion had wintered near Morton's Ford, on the Rapidan, on picket duty. Ordered to march to Richards' Shop ; also to join its command.e This battery accompanied Daniel's brigade to Germanna Ford on 4th ; rejoined its battalion on 5th.