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APPORTIONMENT of arms to the Militia for the year 1831,

the act of 1808, for arming and equipping the whole body Militia.

States and Territories.

Date of the Number of Militia. No. of return.

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Maine
New Hampshire
Massachusetts
Connecticut
Rhode Island
Vermont
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Kentucky
Tennessee
Ohio
Louisiana
Indiana
Mississippi
Illinois
Alabama
Missouri
Michigan
Arkansas
Florida
District of Columbia

1831 1831 1831 1831 1831 1824 1830 1829 1831 1827 1831 1831 1831 1830 1830 1831 1830 1831 1829 1829 1830 1831 1829 1830 1831 1825 1831 1829

41,136 28,992 48,319 24,518

9,600 27,653 188,615

39,171 182,285

9,229 46,259 101,488 66,552 49,512 42,832 70,590 60,982 126,471 14,808 40,000 13,724 27,386 30,000 7,838 5,476 2,028

827 1,756

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1,308,047

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ORDNANCE OFFICE,

Washington, Nov. 24, 1832.

GEO. BOMFORD,

Col. of Ordnance.

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STATEMENT of the Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, distributed to the Militia, under the act of April, 1808, from the 1st of October, 1831, to the 30th September, 1832.

2 8-pounder brass cannon. 2 6 inch brass howitzers. 12 6-pounder iron cannon.

1 24 pounder iron howitzer, with carriage and equipments complete. 4 12-pounder field carriages, and equipments complete. 18 6-pounder do.

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do. 12,470 muskets complete. 8,135 rifles do. 5,345 pistols.

120 carbines. 9,428 sabres.

311 swords. 4,792 sets infantry accoutrements. 975 sets rifle

do. 1,843 sabre belts. 1,243 cavalry cartridge boxes. 1,118 holsters, (pairs) and 400 sword belts. ORDNANCE OFFICE, Washington, Nov. 24, 1832.

GEO. BOMFORD.

Col. of Ordnance.

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Į 24-pounder iron cannon.

12-pounder do 6-pounder do 10 inch sea coast mortar and bed. 10 inch seige mortar and bed. 24-pounder iron howitzers.

24-pounder casemate, and barbette carriages, complete. ī 24-pounder howitzer carriages, with implements,&c., complete. | 12-pounder field carriages,

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ī 6-pounder field carriages,

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| 6-pounder caissons.
| Travelling forge.

Sling cart.
Ammunition wagons.
Powder do

| Sponges for cannon

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Bricoles. E T Prolongs.

Gunner belts, complete. | Tarpaulins for guns.

Linstocks. 1 Port-fire stocks.

Gunners' haversacks.

Gins and falls,
| Tompions.
I Sponges and rammers.
1 Ladies and worms.
1 Handspikes.
| Sponge covers.
1 Gunners'

quadrants.
T Sets of artillery harness.
| 32-pounder cannon balls.
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24-pounder do 24.pounder canister shot.

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30th September, 1832.

Engineer Department, and to the State of South Carolina, on the late war account, from 1st October, 1831, to
STATEMENT of the Artillery, Small Arms, Accoutrements, and other Ordnance Stores, issued to the Troops, the

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Fuses assorted.

Fuse saWS.

1 Fuse setters. | Fuse rasps.

Fuse mallets. Copper adze and driver. Muskets complete.

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STATEMENT O_Continued.

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