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

...killed and wounded. General Gregg was one of the most courteous and gallant gentlemen that I had ever known. He exposed himself that day in a way that seemed unneccessary, so much so indeed, that Colonel Pendleton , of Jackson's staff, rode up to him and, knowing he was quite deaf, shouted to him that the Yankees were shooting at him. Yes, sir, thank you, he replied, they have been doing so all day. When I to...

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