Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Orange Court-House” in chapter 144 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...town the enemy were gathering in great force.
Every thing warned us to get away as speedily as possible, lest it might be our lot to get surrounded.
They had telegraphed from Charlottesville to Orange Court-House that uninvited visitors were there, and aid was needed to expel them from the neighborhood.
The answer to these despatches came toward evening, in the shape of five car-loads of infantry.
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