Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Hughlett” in chapter 1.31, section c.1.31.114, page 277 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...rcely gotten out of the town before our colonel's (W. H. F. Lee) horse was killed, and he, falling heavily on the 'pike, had to take flight, dust-covered and bruised, through the field on the left. Captain Hughlett 's horse fell in like manner on the edge of the town, and he, leaping the railing, found concealment in a dense patch of growing corn. In the middle of the turnpike were piles of broken stone, place...
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