Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Bartlett” in chapter 1.7, section c.1.7.24 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...me being killed or wounded by their own cannon as they filed past where I stood, and the day was saved as a glorious heritage for the Southern soldier and those who came after him. I remember helping General Bartlett , who was trying to get out on two muskets inverted and used as crutches. I could see no evidence of physical pain in his face, and remarked to him that he must have nerves of steel, as his leg was ...
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