Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Magruder” in chapter 7 of Robert Stiles, Four years under Marse Robert:

...a weary march of the old battery. In due time we made our landing and found our place in the peninsular lines of Yorktown and Warwick River, which were admirably adapted to the purpose for which General Magruder designed and located them; namely, to enable a small body of troops to hold the position-but for occupation by a large army they were simply execrable. There was scarcely solid ground enough access...
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