Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Robert E. Lee” in chapter 1.40 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...hould at once come to his home at Putney for luncheon or dinner, or, as they say in England, to dine and sleep. He wrote me that he was an ardent Confederate ; had long been a correspondent of Captain Robert E. Lee , of Romancoke, and added that, if I would come he could promise me a sight that would vividly recall to me the days of old. Within a few days I accepted his invitation, and you can imagine my i...
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