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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The correspondence of Gen. Robt. E. Lee. (search)
r gratitude.—Editor. Series I. Vol. XXV, part Ii—correspondence. Serial number 40. Chancellorsville. R. A. Lec, March 27th, 1863, page 687, to James A. Seddon, Secretary of War. His army not supplied with food. R. E. Lee, March 29th, 1863, page 691, to Seddon Scouts on duty ordered away by Department without his knowledge. R. E. Lee, April 1st, 1863, page 697, to General W. N. Pendleton.Tells him to have his artillery horses grazed and browsed in the absense of long forage. R. F. Lee, April 16, 1863, page 725, to President Davis.Unable to bring his army together for want of subsistence and forage. R. E. Lee, April 17, 1863, page 730, to Seddon. Army failing in health, because of insufficient rations—1/4 lb. bacon, 18 oz. flour, 10 lbs. rice, to each 100 men every third day. Will break down when called upon for exertion. R. E. Lee, April 20, 1863 page 737, to Davis.Gives points in the South (Florida and Georgia), where supplies can be had in abundance. R. E. Lee, <
e met at noon. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Moore, of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Haymond, of Marion, introduced a resolution directing the Committee on Finance to inquire into the propriety of appropriating a sum of money sufficient to pay General R. F. Lee for his military services, rendered under his appointment by the late convention. services as they may deem proper and just. Mr. Haymond, in submitting the resolution, discanted at some length on the merits, sacrifices and great abilities of General Lee, and was followed by other members, who took different views of the form the proposed tribute ought to take. Various modifications of the original resolution were proposed, and finally an amendment was adopted referring the resolution, in a modified form, to the Committee on Finance, with instructions to bring in a bill making an appropriation and embodying the other objects sought to be attained. Mr. Borwell introduced a resolution looking to the displacement o