Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General La Vega” in chapter 1 of General James Longstreet, From Manassas to Appomattox:
He stood six feet four without boots, wore his beard full and flowing, his dark-brown locks falling well over his shoulders.
His appearance as he sat on his black horse Tom, his heavy sabre over General La Vega , was grand and picturesque.
He was amiable of disposition, lovable and genial in character.
Not so grand of stature, or beard, or flowing locks, Randolph Ridgely was as accomplished a soldier ...
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