Statistics for occurrence #1 of “A. M. Keiley” in chapter 1.2 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...d patented by him in 1807, they had not been generally adopted by the armies of the world until about 1840.
They were dangerous weapons at close quarters, but at modern rifle range, to use the late A. M. Keiley 's suggestive similitude, not worth a tinker's imprecation.
Armed with these antiquated firearms, we marched down the City Point Road to Jordan's Farm, some two or three miles below the city.
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