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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)
ottle of wine, and shared them with me. General Gordon, continuing his account, says: Nor wasSchimmelfenning, one of the best educated, General Gordon says, of all those foreigners who offered e chaff before the tempest. And so on. General Gordon, in a note The Army of Virginia, page 258 companions had been driven back. This is General Gordon's account, written in a style fitting the from the position we had held all day. General Gordon says: Army of Virginia, Gordon, page 274.Gordon, page 274. The Federal line was formed with Poe's brigade on the right, Birney on the left, and Robinson ik no further part in the action of the day. Gordon, page 259. We had fought Hooker's division of that Sigel had sent to Krzyzanowski and which Gordon tells us were happily placed in his skirmish lid not have the numbers, Stevens reported, and Gordon agrees with him that as usual the Federals werof South Carolinians at Manassas, and of which Gordon says: In Southern histories and by Southern fi[14 more...]