Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Morgan” in chapter 1.38, section c.1.38.27, page 117 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
... causing confusion, if not irretrievable disaster.
The men in the ranks and the officers as well, were worn and demoralized by the fatigue of continuous marching and the loss of sleep.
Besides, General Morgan had given himself a particular work to perform.
He was going to Buffington Island before attempting to re-cross the river—as planned before starting on the long raid.
The night march arou...
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