Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Sergeant Tucker” in chapter 45 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
... and was present when Sergeant Tucker came up and reported the death of General Hill.
Never shall I forget the look on General Lee's face, as Sergeant Tucker made his report.
After hearing what Sergeant Tucker had to say, General Lee remarked: He is at rest now, and we who are left are the ones to suffer.
Some may ask how it was that I, a courier in artillery, should have been in that locality.
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