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October 8th, 1839. I hereby certity that the foregoing is a correct abstract of all'or. ders 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 eighi day of October, 1839, iuclusive, amouniing 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.

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

DIVISIONS.
Major Generals

3 Aids DeCamp

4 Inspectors

1 Quarter Masters

2

-10 BRIGADES. Brigadier Generals

8 Brigade Inspectors

6 Aids De Camp

8 Brigade Quartermasters

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-29 REGIMENTS. Colonels

27 Lieutenant Colonels

26 Majors

26 Adjutants Quarter Masters

24 Chaplains

16 Surgeons

20 Burgeon's Mates

16 Sergeant Majors

12 Quarter Master Sergeants

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- 200
COMPANIES,
From returns embracing only fourteen Regiments.

COMPANIES OF ARTILLERY.
Captains

12
First Lieutenants

11 Second

13 Third

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Present at morning roll call

evening Excused by Captains

Field Officers
Fined

COMPANIES OF LIGHT INFANTRY.
Captains
First Lieutenants
Second

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Sergeants
Corporals

Musicians
Privates eorolled

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Sergeants
Corporals

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Officers of divisions

10 Officers of brigades

29 Field and staff officers

200 Commissioned officers of company, of 14 regiments, 401 Non-commissioned

908 Musicians

514 Privates enrolled

10,425

Total

12,487

FINES.

Âmount of executions issued for fines in ten

regimenta, in dollars and cents :

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ÁRMS, &c. FROM RETURNS OF FOURTEEN REGI

MENTS.

ARTILLERY,

Iron six pounders ·

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Limbers
Trail 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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BATTALLION COMPANIES.
Muskets
Bayonets
Bayonet belts and scabbards
Cartridge boxes and belts
Knapsacks
Priming wires and brushes
Spare Alints
Swords with white mountings
Red sword belts
Bugles
Bass drums
Tenor“
Fifes
Stands of colors

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