Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Brigadier-General Bernard E. Bee” in chapter 9.84, section c.9.84.109 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9.:

...pril, and the battalion hoped to take part in a second battle of the 17th June at Bunker Hill. When the army arrived near Winchester it was brigaded and the battalion placed in the Third brigade, Brigadier-General Bernard E. Bee . While here the condition of the men and officers was most deplorable. They had all come from home without a change of clothes — a months campaign about Harper's Ferry and the march had des...
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