Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Gen. Rans” in chapter 9 of Robert Stiles, Four years under Marse Robert:
... is the very first time a man ever entered battle in one. It will at once occur to the reader as remarkable that father was not arrested. He was, a few days later, at Malvern Hill, by order of Gen. Rans . Wright, of Georgia, and a staff officer, as I recollect, of General Armistead, told me that he was directed to arrest him on one of the earlier battle-fields of the Seven Days, and made the attemp...
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