Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dr. R. J. Hicks” in chapter 1.16, section c.1.16.86, page 176 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...ight, go hundreds of Federal cavalry, frantic with huzzas.
Can it be?
Ah, yes, the stacked arms, broken ranks, furled banners and weeping soldiers, proclaim the surrender of Lee's proud army.
Dr. R. J. Hicks , now of Warrenton, Virginia, who was a faithful surgeon to the 23rd, all through the war, says of the regiment:
It did as much hard service, fought in as many battles, was as constant in the perf...
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