Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel William E. Jones” in chapter 16 of Robert Lewis Dabney, Life and Commands of Lieutenand- General Thomas J. Jackson:

...al A. P. Hill was sent to join him. This fine body of troops continued henceforth to be a part of his-corps. On the 2nd of August, the Federal cavalry occupied the village at Orange Court House, when Colonel William E. Jones , the comrade of Jackson at West Point, commanding the 7th Virginia cavalry, attacked them in front and flank while crowded into the narrow street, and repulsed them with loss. They, however, speedi...
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