Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Washington city” in chapter 1.8, section c.1.8.30, page 94 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
... Jackson did not hear distinctly.
I told him who it was, and what he said.
He stood up, took off his cap and cried: We have whipped them; they ran like sheep.
Give me 10,000 men and I will take Washington city to-morrow.
Who doubts now that he could have done so?
When, in May, 1862, he whipped Banks at Winchester and had, what seemed then and even now, the audacity to follow him to Harper's Ferry, he...
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