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

... we began to fall back towards Boonesboro. Our retreat was none too early, for already the columns of the enemy, with their bright muskets gleaming in the morning light, could be seen as we entered Boonesboro . More than once we were faced about as we retreated, as if to repel a threatened charge by cavalry. Having been halted in streets of Boonsboro, the men, after being so long in the saddle, were ...
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