Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Thos. P. August” in chapter 1.39 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...n this body of woods were trees as large as a telegraph pole cut almost in two by musket balls. On debouching into the meadow General Semmes' coat was cut by a fragment of a shell and our colonel ( Thos. P. August ) was severely wounded in his leg, but the colonel was plucky. When the stretcher-bearers were about to bear him from the field he made them halt, and amidst the storm of lead and the shriek of shel...
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