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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
ing of my company, and the good woman, Mrs. Mary Greenhow Lee (now of Baltimore), proposed to take uompany that was present at the surrender of General Lee at Appomattox, and since the war has been a meeting on the 5th of May between parts of General Lee's army and that of General Grant, was not a, braver young officer followed the fortunes of Lee. The late afternoon of the 5th was devoted, frog towards Hanover C. H. in an effort to flank Gen. Lee and get between him and Richmond. I walked oer seen. It was during these fights that General Lee, anxious to restore order and to drive the ordon was not far distant, and riding up to General Lee, urged him to retire, that his life was tooers took the reins of Traveler, and despite General Lee's remonstrances, but amid the earnest exclamations of approval, led the horse and General Lee to the rear, while General Gordon led his men gatage, Grant continuing his flank movement while Lee kept in front of him, offering daily battle. T