Statistics for occurrence #1 of “B. F. Dukes” in chapter 147 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...uns, which were concealed under the straw.
They were freely used, and with terrible effect.
Thomas Jeffries was the next to fall, receiving an ugly wound in the neck.
William Gilman was shot by B. F. Dukes , the ball striking a rib on his left side and glancing off. Dukes was then seen to fire at Colonel Mitchell, and afterward declared that he had killed him. Colonel Mitchell received several shots thr...
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