Statistics for occurrence #1 of “comrade Captain Lamb” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32.:

..., 1865, was highly pathetic. The speaker said, in conclusion, that he could not refrain from a passing tribute to the signal gallantry on the field of battle, he had so often witnessed in his old comrade Captain Lamb , who was to follow him in accepting the portrait of their beloved commander. The remarks of Captain Lamb were in deep feeling and unostentatiously characteristic of ,him. They embody many detai...
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