till preserved in the family.
The third son, Henry, was born in 1787, and died in Paris, France, January 30, 1837.
He graduated at William and Mary College, and served with credit in the War of 1812.
He was appointed by General Jackson Consul to Algiers in 1829.
In journeying through Italy he met the mother of the great Napoleon, and, being an admirer of his Italian campaigns, determined to write his life; the book is well written, as are other works of his.
The daughter married Bernard Carter, a brother of her stepmother.
The children by General Henry Lee's second marriage were Algernon Sydney, Charles Carter, Sydney Smith, and Robert Edward, and two daughters, Anne and Mildred.
The first boy lived only eighteen months. The second, named after his wife's father, was educated at Cambridge.
We have just heard, writes his father from San Domingo, June 26, 1816, that you are fixed at the University of Cambridge, the seminary of my choice.
You will there have not only excellen