Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Col. W. G. Vincent” in chapter 8, page 77 of John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana:
...hat of the Confederates.
They had 2,500 infantry, 250 cavalry, and two batteries of field artillery.
The Confederate cavalry, about the same number, was under the command of that gallant soldier, Col. W. G. Vincent .
Vincent had with him only 600 infantry, with Semmes' field battery, to oppose the superior numbers of the enemy.
Vincent, who on the arrival of Weitzel was in Donaldsonville, had fallen back to ...
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