Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Malvern Hill” in chapter 1.8 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...f War treated him so discourteously that Jackson resigned his commission, he showed no great resentment or indignation.
He was the only man in the army who was not mad and excited.
Two days after Malvern Hill , when his staff did not get up in the morning as soon as he had ordered them to do, he quietly ordered his servant, Jim, to pour the coffee into the road and to put the mess chest back into the wagon...
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