Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Hood” in chapter 1.52, section c.1.52.56, page 195 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...vely on until this line of battle was broken and fled incontinently from the field, and the battle was ours. And still another line of battle of the enemy was broken, until this regiment, which, as General Hood says, Slipped the bridle and pierced to the very heart of the enemy, found itself almost surrounded, when it had to make a flank movement in order to shelter itself in the timber. To show how sever...
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