Statistics for occurrence #1 of “W. H. F. Lee” in chapter 1.31, section c.1.31.114, page 277 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...y that some of the enemy's infantry had almost succeeded in cutting off our retreat, and were firing from a corn field into our flank.
We had scarcely 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...
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