Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Sergeant R. H. Jackson” in chapter 1.4, section c.1.4.3, page 50 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...h at the wheels.
As soon as the first piece had crossed and the water had run out of the chest, we packed the ammunition back.
A courier came with orders bring up the battery quick.
Instructing Sergeant R. H. Jackson to cross as quickly as possible and follow, I ordered the piece forward, trot, march—easier said than done, for it was some time before we could get up a trot.
But we hobbled along as best we...
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