Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain A. S. Cutts” in chapter 1.33, section c.1.33.5, page 74 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...ptext" xmlns=""> infantry—the 10th Alabama, 6th South Carolina, 11th Virginia, 1st Kentucky; one battery of four guns, the Sumter Flying Artillery, of Georgia, Captain A. S. Cutts , and about 150 cavalry. The two combatants, thus unexpectedly fronting one another, were both seized with consternation. Ord came to the conclusion that the Confederate force in his front had b...
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