Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Munford” in chapter 1.8 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...icer above him, that he demanded of those under his control. Moreover the stream was impassible for infantry under fire, and impassible for artillery without a bridge. Jackson and his staff, with Colonel Munford 's cavalry, tested it, riding across through quagmires that took us up to the girths of our horses; but by a fierce artillery attack he kept Franklin's and part of Sumner's corps from joining with McC...
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