Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Jones” in chapter 1.5, section c.1.5.6, page 63 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...hey crossed the river at Williamsport. The Army of the Potomac had been withdrawn from Loudoun—the last of the cavalry crossing the river on the 27th, and the positions taken up that night. General Jones , commanding one of the brigades, takes up his report on the 29th, with his command at Snickersville, Loudoun county. There were no reports from the other brigade, and it appears there...
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