Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Northern Virginia” in chapter 1 of Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2.:

...is bloody and undecided battle, continued during an entire day on a narrow space of ground, marks, in fact, the real commencement of the long struggle between the two large armies of the Potomac and Northern Virginia , which, after unheard — of sacrifices on both sides, terminated in the annihilation of the latter at the end of three years. The town of Williamsburg was full of Confederate wounded. The ...
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