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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Treatment and exchange of prisoners. (search)
News, and Mr. Stephens then communicated to Admiral Lee the nature of his mission. This communication to Admiral Lee was reported to the Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Gideon Wells, and by the latter t the Confederate Secretary of War, wrote to General Lee calling his attention to the murder of two be adopted? (Id., p. 464.) To this inquiry General Lee replied as follows: I have on several oc Davis makes this endorsement: The views of General Lee I regard as just and appropriate. Contranged as other prisoners. The letter from General Lee to General Grant, stating the Confederate pg that he could not answer the arguments of General Lee, contents himself with saying on this point Federals. On the 1st of October, 1864, General Lee proposed to General Grant to renew the cartas he did, yet his considerate treatment of General Lee and his men at Appomattox and his fidelity to General Lee's parole there given, after the war, have caused us to think kindly of him and to pl[5 more...]