Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Darksville” in chapter 1 of General Joseph E. Johnston, Narrative of Military Operations During the Civil War:
...ides inflicting other loss; two brigades were engaged with this little rear-guard.
On this intelligence, received at sunset, the army was ordered forward, and met Jackson's brigade retiring, at Darksville , six or seven miles from Martinsburg, soon after daybreak.
We bivouacked there in order of battle, as the Federal army was supposed to be advancing to attack us. We waited in this position four day...
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