Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Drewry's Bluff” in chapter 1.14, section c.1.14.76, page 140 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
... Both the bacon and the beef were occasionally substituted by a gill of sorghum.
So we started on the march with empty haversacks.
We moved towards James river, crossing on a pontoon bridge above Drewry's Bluff .
The explosions of the magazines at Chaffin's and Drewry's Bluff and at Richmond could be plainly heard.
Early Monday morning we learned that Richmond was burning.
We were then moving in...
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