Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant J. Thompson Brown” in chapter 1.36 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...ed by another as follows: Weak, almost dazed by the scenes of horror through which we had passed, stern duty calls and we obey.
The significant two paces is stepped and a volunteer section, led by Lieutenant J. Thompson Brown , return and moves to confront the now exultant enemy.
After the bloody battle of Sharpsburg, Colonel Lee let up on the boy company.
He and they were ever afterwards friends.
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