Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. William B. Egerton” in chapter 1.21 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:, rings, breastpins and other articles, out of wood, pieces of bone, and mother-of-pearl. In about ten days we received an addition to our company of some more Petersburg men—among them, Mr. William B. Egerton , taken prisoner in the attack made upon our line a week after, following the affair of the 9th of June. From these prisoners we learned the full particulars of the results of the fight on the 9th o...
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