a Free People, was followed by the toast to General Lee, Nature Made Him and then Broke the Mold.
pposed to us—a Virginian and a Confederate.
Lee's Method of warfare.
I shall confine myself to that one attribute of Lee which, recognized in a soldier by an opponent, I cannot but regardced to a speedy end. On this issue I stand with Lee. Moreover, looking back over the awful past, reh us. Far from it. It echoes down the ages.
Lee's order to spare property.
No more credie war only on armed men.
In scope and spirit Lee's order was observed, and I doubt if a hostile te or to exhort his followers to brutality.
Lee's statue in Washington.
I have paid my tn, and asked, Why should it not also be so with Lee?
Why should not his effigy, erect on his chargovided for from the national treasury, and that Lee, educated at West Point, holding for years the f all would I suggest such a one in the case of Lee. Nor was it so with Cromwell.
His effigy is a