Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant A. D. Payne” in chapter 43 of The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South:

...ier, and I feel his loss now. He was a man of intuitive military perception; his judgment was never surpassed. At The Plains, a village on the Manassas Railroad, about four miles east of Salem, Lieutenant A. D. Payne , with thirty men, was sent back to guide and accompany General Lee, who was with Longstreet's Corps, while Captain Randolph, with the rest of the Black Horse command, remained with Jackson. The lie...

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