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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Treatment and exchange of prisoners. (search)
her prisoners. The letter from General Lee to General Grant, stating the Confederate position on this subjece Series II, Vol. VII, Serial No. 120, p. 101O. General Grant in his reply, seeing that he could not answer thr's Book, p. 592. And the reason assigned by General Grant for this course was that, the exchange of prisonondition of affairs, for which, as we have seen, General Grant was solely responsible, continued, with little cor was so great for a renewal of the cartel that General Grant consented, and from that date exchanges continuehe 1st of October, 1864, General Lee proposed to General Grant to renew the cartel, but no agreement could be rves would have been saved? But, as we now know, General Grant did not wish to keep these men from dying in ourthe fact, as shown by our last report, it was by General Grant's orders that General Sheridan devastated the Vaarmy, and therefore knew him better than we did, General Grant was of coarse moral as well as physical fibre; a