Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Jackson” in chapter 1.36, section c.1.36.20, page 104 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...neral Jackson's on the left. The eighteen guns were all together during the battle, and the boy company was carried by the colonel close up to the enemy, firing on the flank of the troops attacking General Jackson in the famous railroad cut. The company of boys acted splendidly and did as well as any veteran battery in General Lee's army, but only a few of them were wounded in the battle....
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