of two leading Confederates.
Take another, from General Lee's life, to show the Caleb Balderstone sort of devand it remained in the dish untouched.
Next day, General Lee, remembering the delicate tid-bit that had been sou, sar, but I'se ‘sponsible for de spoons, sar.
General Lee's servant was responsible, in his own opinion, fog to the apathy and discontent of the people, and General Lee, it is now known, said the cause was lost unless lared in favor of the new policy, and a letter of General Lee's was published looking to the same end. In that
It did not embody the views of Mr. Davis, nor of General Lee, nor of the Virginia Legislature.
It was comparalar, since it was now well known in Richmond that General Lee had told the Virginia Legislature that, unless h March, and Richmond was evacuated on April 2d, while Lee's surrender took place on the 9th.
The Confederate C is dated April 1st, when Sheridan had already forced Lee's lines.
Mr. Lincoln, apparently, did not think much