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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Introduction. (search)
R. E. Lee, General. On his way to Richmond, which he reached on the 12th of April, General Lee stopped for the night near the residence of his brother, Charles Carter Lee, of Powhatan county, and, although importuned by his brother to pass the night under his roof, the General persisted in pitching his tent by the side of the road This was not immediately in front of the residence of his brother, but of that of Mr. John Gilliam (whose farm adjoined that of Mr. Lee), a more elevated and desirable site. and going into camp as usual. This continued self-denial may be only explained upon the hypothesis that he desired to have his men know that he sharf Mr. John Gilliam (whose farm adjoined that of Mr. Lee), a more elevated and desirable site. and going into camp as usual. This continued self-denial may be only explained upon the hypothesis that he desired to have his men know that he shared their privations to the very last. Taylor's Four Years with General Lee, page 154.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Osman, 69. Lauchlin, Lt. P. L. M., 369. Laughton, Lt. John E., 348. Laurence, Capt. N. P., 413. Law, Lt. C. H., 246. Law Lt. E. Starke, 95. Lawham, Capt. R. S., 123. Lawhon, Lt. A. F., 204, 212. Lawhorn, Capt. W. H. H., 275. Lawrence, Maj. R. N., 70. Lawson, Surg. John W.. 204. Lazelle, Col. H. M. (U. S. A.), 467. Lea, Lt., James, W., 204. Lea, Col. John W., 204. Lea, Lt. W. G., 348. Leach, Lt., Geo. L., 263. Leach, Surg. R. V., 263. Lee Battery, 28. 456. Lee, Chas. Carter, XXVIII. Lee, Gen., Custis, XXVI. Lee, Lt. C. D., 72. Lee, Midshipman D. M., 3. Lee, Capt. Geo., 238. Lee, Lt. J., 263. Lee, Gen. R. E., i, III, 472; Letters of to President Davis, v; correspondence with Gen. Grant, VII et seq., appearance of, XIV; farewell address of, XXIV; self-denial of, XXVII; escort of, 7. Lee, Capt. T. G., 253. Lee, Lt. W. A., 122. Lee, Gen. W. H. F., XXVI. Lee, Gen., Fitz., 3, 4, 472, VII, XXVI. Leete, Adj't John H., 160, 170. Leftwich