Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. R. Young” in chapter 142, page 550 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...ssing, are estimated at two thousand. Colonel Benedict, commanding a brigade, was the only general officer killed.
We learn that General Mouton, commanding a part of the rebel army, was also slain. J. R. Young .
camp of the Eighty-Third O. V. I., Grand Ecore, La., April 12.
The past week has been an eventful one in the military history of this department.
Doubtless, exaggerated reports of ...
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