Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Butler” in chapter 36, section c.36.106, page 125 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:

...rkness were close to their horses, and that the animals were saddled and bitted, ready to be mounted. I soon discovered the explanation of all this. At dusk in the evening, in a drizzling rain, General Butler had been reconnoitering at some little distance in advance of his command, accompanied by only his staff and a few couriers. Riding at the head of this little band he was met by a body of horsemen ...
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