Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jackson's Hill” in chapter 18 of Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence:
...grape-shot, lay strewn in every direction.
Most of our dead had already been buried, but the carcasses of the animals were still lying about in large numbers; the batteries of Walker's artillery on Jackson's Hill having lost not less than ninety horses during the first two hours of the terrific bombardment.
The morning passed slowly away, the anxious silence maintained being broken only but the firing fr...
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