Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Easton” in chapter 1.33 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...es of the guns just clearing this slight elevation. It came into action at once and poured a heavy fire into the ranks of the Federals, but this fire did little execution, being aimed too high. Captain Easton , in command of the Federal battery, had no other target than the rising smoke, yet training his guns on the point where he thought the opposing battery ought to be, at the third fire he completely di...
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