Statistics for occurrence #1 of “a Captain Hubbard” in chapter 1.70 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...s and our wagon and ammunition trains, and I advised that the division be faced about, and cut our way through and save the trains.
I never heard anything from any of my couriers.
Just here I met a Captain Hubbard , a gallant fellow; I forget his command.
We agreed to close on each other and attack at once.
We advanced and opened fire, and, although I saw his colors fall several times, so intent was he upon...
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