Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Johnston” in chapter 33, section c.33.238 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18.:

... for them that he had always done on earth. He was indeed a shining mark—young, pious, noble, intellectual, full of promise, and universally beloved. Captain E. J. Hale, Jr., who succeeds Captain Johnston as my adjutant-general, is handsome, intellectual, and well educated, is a good officer, and possesses many fine traits of character. He is a married man, the only married one, by the way, on my st...
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