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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gregg's brigade of South Carolinians in the Second. Battle of Manassas. (search)
l's side. Now General Gordon has certainly endeavored to be fair in his story of this day, and appreciating how hard it is to see and to write impartially, when we are describing such scenes in which our sympathies and interest are all on one side, I think we may well say that he has been eminently so, barring an occasional outburst against individuals. But let us see as to the disparity of the force with which Kearney attacked us at this time. By General Hill's field return, on the 20th July we had in our division of six brigades, ten thousand six hundred and twenty-three men present for duty. Four Years with General Lee, Taylor, page 60; Southern Historical Papers, volume VIII, page 180. Our division lost at Cedar Run, 9th August, one hundred and ninety-four killed and wounded, Reports Army of Northern Virginia (Hill's report), volume II, page 13. leaving us ten thousand four hundred and twenty-nine, with which we commenced the march to Manassas. Our division had been figh