Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Richard Taylor” in chapter 4 of Owen Wister, Ulysses S. Grant:
...River on high ground, so healthy that they named it Camp Salubrity; and presently he was cured of his cough, and developed a reddish beard that is described as being much too long for such a youth. General Richard Taylor , of the Confederacy, remembers him at this time as a modest, amiable, but by no means promising lieutenant in a marching regiment. But Taylor could scarcely have held this estimate after Molino-de...
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