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Our visit to Savannah is fragrant with many hallowed memories, for, besides the lavish hospitality wty.
Captain A. A. Winn, who had been very active in inviting General Lee to Savannah, called a meeting, to arrange for his visit, and at this meeting the followingus, for future publication, some sketches of points of historic interest about Savannah, and we cannot further allude to them now than to say that we were particularl until memory and gratitude are both forgotten, that there shall be lacking in Savannah a welcome to a Lee of that Virginia stock, which gave us the patriot brothersst to-night.
Both of these Southern heroes have, each in his own day, visited Savannah, have seen your battery in line, have complimented its personnel and its dextrspecimen of a soldier, who followed the camp from Manassas to Appomattox—visit Savannah on a mission of high purpose and value.
Having helped to make history in trou