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Auditor's Office, Woodstock, ?

October 8th, 1839. 3 I hereby certity that the foregoing is a correct abstract of all'orders drawn on the Treasury of the Ctate of Vermont, on accounts by me allowed, as Auditor of accounts against the State, since the 6th day of October, 1838, to this eight day of October, 1839, iuclusive, amounting to the sum of $9864 89.

DAVID PIERCE,

Auditor of Accounts against the State. His Excellency, S. H. Jenison, &c.

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MILITIA OF VERMONT, &c.

A consolidated general abstract of the strengin of the Militia of the State of Vermont, with a return of the arms, accoutrements, and ammnunition, conformably to the laws and regulations of the Militia, chapter 4th, section 2d.

DIVISIONS.
Major Generals
Aids DeCamp
Inspectors
Quarter Masters

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COMPANIES,
From returns embracing only fourteen Regiments.

COMPANIES OF ARTILLERY.
Captains
First Lieutenants
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Third
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COMPANIES OF LIGHT INFANTRY.
Captains
First Lieutenants
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BATALLION COMPANIES.
Captains
First Lieutenants
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Officers of divisions .

. : 10 Officers of brigades

29 Field and staff officers

200 Commissioned officers of company, of 14 regimenis, 401 Non-commissioned ..

908 Musicians

514 Privates enrolled .

10,425 'Total .

12,487

FINES.
Amount of executions issued for fines in ten
regiments, in dollars and cents :

.. $885 11

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ÁRMS, &c. FROM RETURNS OF FOURTEEN REGI

MENTS.

ARTILLERY,
Iron six pounders
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Limbers
T'rail Handspikes
Lint Stocks
Tumbrels.
Lead Aprons
Priming Wires :
Haversacks .
Ammunition Boxes
Port-fire Cases ..
Thumb Stalls .
Powder Horns.
Sponge and Rammers
Wormers and Ladles ..

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Sponge Bucket .
Selts of Harness
Swords Yellow-mounted
Black Sword-belts
Bugles .
Bass Drums
Tenor "
Fifes.

RIFLE COMPANIES.
Rifle Companies,
Powder-horns, flasks and belts,
Bullet Pouches
Swords White Mounted.
Red Sword Belts
Bass Drums
Tenor "
Fifes.
Stands of Colors .

LIGHT INFAN
Muskets
Bayonets.
Bayonet Belts .
Cartridge Boxes
Knapsacks
Priming-wires and Br
Spare Flints
Swords White Mounted
Sword Bells
Bugle .
Bass Drums
Tenor "
Fifes.

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BATTALLION COMPANIES.
Muskets .
Bayonets . .
Bayonet belts and scabbards
Cartridge boxes and belts.
Knapsacks.
Priming wires and brushes
Spare flints
Swords with white mountin
Red sword belts
Bugles

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Tenor“ . . . .
Fifes
Stands of colors

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