Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Genl. R. E. Rodes” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37.:

...es of more than twenty patterns of infantry weapons alone. Much the same state of things existed as to artillery, both seacoast and field guns. As an illustration I may mention that when I joined Genl. R. E. Rodes ' brigade for field service, the battery of Capt. (afterwards Col.) Thos. H. Carter, which was attached to the brigade, had a scratch lot of guns consisting of two smooth-bore six-pounders, one twelve...
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