Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Loring” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7.:
...and General J. E. Johnston, he withdrew the resignation.
Subsequently, there was no desire on anybody's part to interfere with him.
For the next month Jackson remained quietly at Winchester.
General Loring and all his troops that were not Virginian were ordered elsewhere; and in order to induce re-enlistment, furloughs were freely granted.
The Confederate force was in this way reduced to about four t...
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