Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. Semmes” in chapter 1.38, section c.1.38.140, page 330 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...and iron, powder blackened trees, charred bridges.
Oh, it was dreadful, dreadful and one of the most terrible pictures of the war.
My old home of Warrenton saw much of the bloody battling, said Mrs. Semmes .
When General Stuart was defending Warrenton the women of the place showed their undaunted heroism.
My own sister, Mrs. Payne, who was the wife of Major Rice W. Payne, turned her own home in...
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