Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Jackson” in chapter 1.42 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

... it, that the fault was not his. Nothing that can fairly be construed as criticism of his subordinates ever escaped his noble lips, except what may be implied from his remark, made after the war: If General Jackson had been with me I would have won a victory. There was a time during the Revolutionary War when its fate seemed to depend upon a single man—George Washington. Fortunately, he survived to ...

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