Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General J. E. Johnston” in chapter 9.86, section c.9.86.119, page 363 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9.:

...nfederates called it, or Fair Oaks, as it is named by the Federals, had been fought and claimed as a victory by both sides; and the Army of Northern Virginia had been deprived of its able commander, General J. E. Johnston , who was severely wounded. But fortunately for the Confederate cause General R. E. Lee was called to the command. Some time before, when Colonel A. R. Boteler had applied to him from Jackson fo...
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