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ubt owe much of the success which ultimately crowned our arms. Why may not Congress have General Lee with them, to explain, to recommend, to lay open what he thinks are our absolute wants? It is true, General Lee is subordinate to the President, and properly reports to him. But the President, most surely, could not object to a personal conference of the Congress with him, nor, we are conviin military propositions which he considers of great importance. Now, there is no doubt that General Lee agrees with the President on these subjects. Now, if General Lee should be called in, being General Lee should be called in, being the man who is to execute what the President advises, there is no doubt his advice would carry immense weight with it. The great military question now before Congress is the recommendation of thg men. This we consider to be absolutely necessary in the present state of affairs. If Congress feel any doubt, let them call in General Lee, and abide by what he says, and let it be done at once.