Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant-Colonel Hargrove” in chapter 1.39, section c.1.39.141, page 337 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...t-Colonel Hargrove and his small force of forty men, stationed in a breastwork on the south side of the river, built to be manned by not less than 400 men. Before Colonel Spear made his first attack, Lieutenant-Colonel Hargrove abandoned the breastwork as being entirely untenable by so small a force, fell back to the north side of the river, posted his men under cover along the...
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