Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Johnston” in chapter 1.37, section c.1.37.132, page 316 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
I have heard that he often did this, when marching, and having become very religious, his men supposed he was praying.
I never saw him any more, except at Manassas after the battle, when General Johnston and other officers were congratulating him upon his fine conduct in the battle.
These peculiarities have often been regarded and cited as evidences of the great genius he possessed.
I have alwa...
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