Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Robert E. Lee” in chapter 1.40, section c.1.40.31, page 126 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...rict"> 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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