Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General J. J. Reynolds” in article 5 of The Daily Dispatch: July 11, 1862., [Electronic resource]:
... than decimated the next day at Guines's Mills, and yesterday they shrank to this small measure.
Their leader, General McCall, is severely wounded and in the enemy's hands.
Our brigade Commander, General J. J. Reynolds , is a prisoner at Richmond; another General, George G. Meade, lies in a tent near us, seriously wounded.
Officers of low grade they have lost in about the same proportion.
Of the Bucktail regimen...
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