Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Nelson” in chapter 103, section c.103.271, page 540 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...31.—We have rested all day, and will probably move on to Lexington to-morrow.
Our victory yesterday was a glorious one.
We captured all of the enemy's artillery and five thousand prisoners. General Nelson , who was in command of the Federals, was wounded.
We also captured the enemy's wagon-train with quartermaster and commissary stores in great abundance.
Spent the morning inspecting the fruits of ...
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