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Negotiations at Appomattox-interview with Lee at McLean's House-the terms of surrender-lee's surr
in. But I had no doubt about the good faith of Lee, and pretty soon was conducted to where he was. t mass of those who were opposed to us.
General Lee was dressed in a full uniform which was ent ion had run on in this style for some time, General Lee called my attention to the object of our me
This continued for some little time, when General Lee again interrupted the course of the convers
Then, after a little further conversation, General Lee remarked to me again that their army was or n a horse or mule take the animal to his home.
Lee remarked again that this would have a happy eff enerals present were severally presented to General Lee.
The much talked of surrendering of Lee and a staff-officer carrying a white flag.
Lee soon mounted his horse, seeing who it was, and is advice would be followed with alacrity.
But Lee said, that he could not do that without consult [29 more...]