Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Pope” in chapter 1.5 of Jefferson Davis, The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government:
...of our position.
No definite idea of their number was formed.
In the opinion of Beauregard, a general attack was not to be hazarded; on May 3d, however, an advance was made to attack the corps of General Pope , when only one of his divisions was in position, and that gave way so rapidly it could not be overtaken.
Again on May 9th an advance was made, hoping to surprise the enemy.
But a division, which...
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