Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Major-General Rodes” in chapter 1.26, section c.1.26.143 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:

...nth of May, Major-General Edward Johnson and a large part of his division had been captured at Spotsylvania; Major-General Early had succeeded Lieutenant-General Ewell, who had become an invalid, and Major-General Rodes was the only officer above the rank of brigadier who remained in his place. Of the twelve brigadiers but one of them was still at the head of his brigade, for Gordon and Ramsey had succeeded Early ...
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