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Chapter 43: Appomattox. Some of General Lee's officers say to him that further resistance is hopeless Longstreet does not approve General Grant calls
ponse to his officers as represented by General Pendleton
correspondence of Generals Lee and Grant
morning of April 9
General Lee rides to meet the Federal commandGeneral Lee rides to meet the Federal commander, while Longstreet forms the last line of battle
Longstreet endeavors to recall his chief, hearing of a break where the Confederate troops could pass
Custer dema as confided to General Pendleton, who, both by his character and devotion to General Lee, was well qualified for such an office.
The names of Longstreet and some ot r associates, did not appear in the list presented by Pendleton.
Memoirs of General Lee, A. L. Long. A little after nightfall a flag of truce appeared under torchlight in front of Mahone's line bearing a note to General Lee:
Headquarters Armies of the United States, 5 P. M., April 7, 1865. General R. E. Lee, Commanding Confed