Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant-Colonel Ruffin” in chapter 1.16, section c.1.16.86, page 163 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...e. General Hill then gives the forces, respectively, engaged, and concludes that Cox's infantry, artillery and cavalry, reached 3,000, while Garland's opposing brigade numbered scarce a thousand. Lieutenant-Colonel Ruffin , of the 13th North Carolina, later judge on the Supreme Court bench of this State, was with General Garland when the latter received his fatal wound. The effort of the enemy seemed to be to...
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