From the Richmond Examiner, 8/4/1862, p. 2, c. 4

THE WORK FOR JULY. – The officers attached to the Assistant Provost Marshal’s office, during the month of July, captured property stolen from the battle-fields of value to the amount of six thousand seven hundred and seventy-three dollars and ninety-seven cents, (6,773.97).

The articles consisted of overcoats, cartridge boxes, blankets, mining and entrenching tools, oil cloths, muskets, rifles, pistols, saddles, holsters, bridles, knapsacks, bayonets, knives, stretchers, two horses, &c.

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