Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lee's Hill” in chapter 18 of Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence:
...ill trembling, and completely demoralised with the fright inspired by some of the shells which, fired too high, had exploded in his neighbourhood and induced his rapid retreat.
On our return to Lee's Hill we found a great number of the generals assembled around our Commander-in-Chief, all extremely chagrined that the Federals should have succeeded in so cleverly making their escape.
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