Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant Jackson” in chapter 90, page 407 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...st-Marshal General Hall had a horse shot from under him, and as for himself, no one would believe it would be possible for him to again pass through what he did on that day, and come out unscathed.
Lieutenant Jackson , of General Seymour's staff, had two horses shot.
If space would permit, I might fill a column of just such narrow escapes.
General Seymour was not away from the ground for an instant.
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