Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Mandeville Marigny” in chapter 1.18, section c.1.18.88, page 182 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...en. But he was determined. He asked the company to fight on foot, but not one man complied. Coming to New Orleans he enlisted as a private in the 10th Louisiana Regiment, commanded by his cousin, Colonel Mandeville Marigny . Before the regiment left he became captain of the Tirailleurs d'orleans, a company composed in large measure of...
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