Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Seymour” in chapter 90, page 405 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.: would never be obtained if he rested quietly on the bend of the little South-Fork. He means it shall never be said of the army that he commands, that it is all quiet on the line of some river. General Seymour deserves credit for his ambition and dash. If he had allowed himself to rest his command at Barber's for a month or six weeks, without making a single effort to engage the enemy and gain advantage,...
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