Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Fluvanna” in chapter 6.42, section c.6.42.71, page 272 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
... and also with infantry.
The horses jerked loose and ran in every direction, and before we had proceeded far, one of the litter-bearers was shot, having both of his arms broken.
This man lives in Fluvanna or Louisa county, Virginia, where the citizens made up a purse after the war and bought him a home.
While General Jackson lay on the ground after he fell from the litter, he grew so faint from loss...
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