Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Gilmore” in chapter 1.27, section c.1.27.1, page 5 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...e Federal reports at thirteen hundred men and four pieces of artillery), was to attack on the south of the town on the Jerusalem Plank Road. As General Kautz had some fifteen miles to travel, and General Gilmore only four, the latter was to time his movements so that they could attack as nearly simultaneously as possible upon hearing the sound of the other's guns....
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