Statistics for occurrence #1 of “First Lieutenant E. Eddy” in chapter 90, page 412 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.: guns by the death of his men and horses, after fighting continuously for an hour and a half. Captain Langdon, of the First United States artillery, lost three brass Napoleon guns in the same way. First Lieutenant E. Eddy , of the First United States artillery, received a wound in his leg, and First Lieutenant T. McCrae, of battery M, First United States artillery, was also wounded. Captain Hamilton was wounded in th...
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