Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Jackson” in chapter 1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13.:

...ssas, on which day our brigade bore so conspicuous a part, and in which battle, all together, the State of South Carolina suffered so terribly. Colonel William Allan, who was Chief of Ordnance on General Jackson 's staff, and who is as able a writer as he was a faithful and gallant soldier, whose pen has contributed so much to the truth of the history of the war, and to whom the soldiers of our corps especial...
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