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Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee, Chapter 13: campaign in Virginia.-Bristol Station.-mine Run.-Wilderness. (search)
n's division; but the change required time. Lee had in person been in the midst of Hill's trooply, but might ultimately succeed as long as General Lee lost one man to his three, because the FedeCorps broke through the Confederate lines. General Lee was very sensitive about his lines being brand be in position to dispatch what was left of Lee after he had crushed him in Spottsylvania, justSpottsylvania Court House, drew his troops from Lee's front on the night of the 20th and started onrs, while another had been disabled by wounds. Lee's sickness made it manifest he was the head andike his North Anna situation. He said he found Lee's position stronger than either of the two prevand up the York, landed, and marched to Grant. Lee was also re-enforced by a division of North Carh of the former's command. Colonel Taylor, General Lee's able adjutant general, places the number n. This is a marvelous monument to the skill of Lee and the courage of his troops. Grant's hammeri[39 more...]
Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee, Chapter 14: siege of Petersburg. (search)
and rear before they began to fortify; but General Lee pronounced against the plan. Grant and Meaer before the sun lifted the mists of morning. Lee too had communication with the Richmond defensettempted. In the midst of the gathering gloom, Lee once more attempted to diminish the troops in hlent to Longstreet's whole corps. In that case Lee would again re-enforce Early and transfer the pnd the increase of that of their opponents. Lee could only wait, watch, and frustrate Grant's p Valley would have to carry its rations. General Lee's duties were very exacting, and he was cond the discourse on the subject of salvation. Lee and Grant, dissimilar in many characteristics, roved it, and work was commenced on June 25th. Lee knew what was going on and directed countermini all things will be made right. Hancock kept Lee from attending divine services. By Grant's dirment was made to prevent further detachments of Lee's army going to the Valley, and if possible cal[24 more...]