ntains of Virginia this summer, and it would give me great pleasure if you will come and see us at Lexington.
I can assure you of a cordial welcome and the sympathy of early friends.
Most truly yours, R. E. Lee. Mr. W. W. Corcoran.
White Sulphur Springs, 14 August, 1869.
My Dear Sir — I gratefully acknowledge the receipt of eight hundred and five dollars, the proceeds of the concert given by Madam Wieller, Mrs. McDowell, Misses Jones and Heald and Hon. Blacque Bey for the benefit of thave been so instrumental in procuring this aid and in eliciting this sympathy, I offer my cordial thanks.
With high respect, your obedient servant, R. E. Lee, Vestryman Grace Church. W. W. Corcoran, Esq., Chairman Finance Committee, White Sulphur Springs.
Lexington, Va., 23d September, 1869.
My Dear Mr. Corcoran--I am sure that you will be gratified to know that the proceeds of the concert given at the White Sulphur Springs for the benefit of the Episcopal church at this place, have