other direction to the cadets' hospital for the doctor, whom she did not find, before going for us.
On December 20th a court of inquiry brought together Colonel Robert E. Lee, Major Robert Anderson, Captain R. B. Marcy (McClellan's father-in-law), and Captain Samuel Jones. Colonel Lee had been very kind to me when a cadet.
I Colonel Lee had been very kind to me when a cadet.
I had known Major Anderson before — noticing then how tenderly he was caring for his invalid wife.
Captain Samuel Jones had been my instructor when a cadet, and Captain Marcy and myself were on duty at the same posts in Florida.
To pay my respects to them at the hotel was a real pleasure.
A little later came the funeral of Colonf my stay I had, by a small accession of rank, attained a separate domicile.
Just before that, Carroll had a visit from Lieutenant Fitzhugh Lee, the nephew of Robert E. Lee.
How sprightly, energetic, and full of fun he was Secession to him was fun — it would open up glorious possibilitiesl He gave Carroll and myself lively accoun