Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Robert Martin” in chapter 43 of The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South:
But Captain Randolph was as much embarrassed in the execution of this commission as the naval captain had been, for how was it possible for any one to say in that command who was the bravest man2 Robert Martin was the first sergeant, and in that capacity had displayed the highest qualities of a soldier, and had, in consequence, won the esteem and respect of both men and officers.
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