Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Eastern Virginia” in chapter 1.22 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...eneral made no inquiries of his obedient guide, and lost five miles in his line of march. The same difficulties as to roads have attended armies in older and more open and cultivated countries than Eastern Virginia , and have been the instruments of winning or losing many battles. A most original and graphic writer, delineating the battle of Waterloo, remarked: Here a general of division fell; near by, ...
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