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Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee, Chapter 13: campaign in Virginia.-Bristol Station.-mine Run.-Wilderness. (search)
daring, dashing young fellow, but was too enthusiastic.
It is certain the papers published at the time were taken from his person.
The Southern President laughed as he read over the originals in his office, and turning to Mr. Benjamin, his Secretary of State, who was with him, said, when he reached the word Cabinet, That is intended for you, Mr. Benjamin.
Lee was now making every effort to promote the efficiency of his army for the great struggle he knew must come in the spring.
On March 18, 1864, he wrote: I arrived safely yesterday.
(He had been on a short visit to Richmond.) There were sixtyseven pairs of socks in the bag I brought up instead of sixty-four, as you supposed, and I found here three dozen pairs of beautiful white-yarn socks, sent over by our kind cousin Julia and sweet little Carrie, making one hundred and three pairs, all of which I sent to the Stonewall brigade. One dozen of the Stuart socks had double heels.
Can you not teach Mildred [his daughter] that stit