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Little Rock,

where we arrived at 3:30 A. M. Saturday, thereby flanking a grand military and civic reception for General Lee, which had been planned by the joint committee of the Legislature of Arkansas and the citizens of Little Rock for 12 o'clock Saturday the hour at which we were expected.

But we found elegant quarters at the Grand Windsor, and Major John D. Adams and the committee soon found us out and extended every courtesy.

A stream of callers, a visit to the State House, and a call upon Governor Berry (the able one-legged Confederate Governor of Arkansas), and a delightful drive around the beautiful city, filled the day, and at night General Lee had a fine audience and a splendid reception. We saw enough of Little Rock to be charmed with the city, and to resolve to go there again at our very first opportunity. But at 12 we were off for

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