Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Alexander” in chapter 3.18, section c.3.18.37, page 119 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:

...a useless effusion of blood, he informs us. So deeply was he impressed with the useless sacrifice that he believed was about to be offered, that when the time came, not in his opinion, but in that of Colonel Alexander , for Pickett to advance, and he was asked by him if he should attack, that he bowed his assent, not daring to speak, less his voice should betray his want of confidence. But with this conviction of...
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