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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 6. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The spirit of 1861--correspondence of General R. E. Lee. (search)
readful strife. In haste, yours truly, Cassius F. Lee. Colonel Lee. Theological Seminary of VColonel Lee. Theological Seminary of Virginia, April 22, 1861. My Dear Sir — I am sure of your sympathy with me in the motive of what ew minutes ago; the other a suggestion that Colonel Lee, now to be put in command of the Virginia tmphatic answer: If those who were with him (Colonel Lee) in Mexico should answer, they would unanimsited his family at Arlington, and heard from Mrs. Lee allusions to his private letters. I receivedt so few of our public men are Christians. Colonel Lee is a grand exception. I know, in an officiurable evils of civil war, give us, through Colonel Lee, peace? In common with other States she mabut for her own special prosperity. Should Colonel Lee be a leader in this matter, and place his nf trial, that blessedness may be enjoyed by Colonel Lee. In thus writing do I seem to be a meddler Most sincerely, your friend, James May. C. F. Lee, Esq. Richmond, 25 April, 1861. My Dear Ca[2 more...]