Statistics for occurrence #1 of “W. H. F. Lee” in chapter 83 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...o turn and attack their flank.
A short stream, strongly defended at its crossing, presented an unexpected obstacle to the sudden attack contemplated.
It was finally carried, however, with loss in W. H. F. Lee 's and Rosser's divisions.
Munford, attacking about the same time, also successfully carried the temporary works thrown up in his front, and by a gallant advance again united his command with the o...
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