Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant Hill” in chapter 1.23 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
... up the pioneers.
The Federals were sending their shells down the railroad as down a sluice.
But the pony carried me safely, and I soon had the pioneers at the front.
When I reported with them, Lieutenant Hill was temporarily absent, and General Hagood turned the pioneers over to me to build the bridge.
A veteran soldier can do almost anything, and soon I raised a cloud of dust which drew afresh the shel...
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