Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General O. O. Howard” in chapter 40 of Ulysses S. Grant, Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant:
The roads were strewn with the debris of broken wagons and the carcasses of thousands of starved mules and horses.
At Jasper, some ten or twelve miles from Bridgeport, there was a halt.
General O. O. Howard had his headquarters there.
From this point I telegraphed Burnside to make every effort to secure five hundred rounds of ammunition for his artillery and small-arms.
We stopped for the night at a...
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