The correspondence of Gen. Robt. E. Lee.
Chancellorsville to Gettysburg—March to August, 186ngly, not only the profound ability of General Robert E. Lee as a military chieftain, but also the ry of War. His army not supplied with food.
R. E. Lee, March 29th, 1863, page 691, to Seddon Scoutd away by Department without his knowledge.
R. E. Lee, April 1st, 1863, page 697, to General W. N.a), where supplies can be had in abundance.
R. E. Lee, April 20, 1863, page 740, to Davis. Insuffiars disaster from insufficiency of cavalry.
R. E. Lee, May 2, 1863, page 765, to Davis. If I had agard with them and put him in command here.
R. E. Lee, May 20th, 1863, page 832, to DavisA. P. Hil, is the best soldier of his grade with me.
R. E. Lee, May 30, 1863 page 832, to Davis.Requests thfor commissary, quartermaster, &c., trains.
R. E. Lee to General A. P. Hill, page 859, June 5, 186awn from General Lee's command at Culpeper.
R. E. Lee to General A. P. Hill, June 16, 1863.Informs