Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Hill” in chapter 45 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
... one courier; but another could have easily ridden up behind us without attracting my attention, while we were examining the front so intently in the dim light of the coming day.
The sad event of General Hill 's death was the crowning sorrow of that fatal morning.
In him fell one of the knightliest Generals of that army of knightly soldiers.
On the field he was the very soul of chivalrous gallantry.
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