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Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee, Chapter 3: a cavalry officer of the army of the United States. (search)
own, and I have been received with every kindness.
I presume we are fixed here until after the 16th.
To-morrow will probably see the last of Captain Brown (Old John Brown). There will be less interest for the others, but still I think the troops will not be withdrawn till they are similarly disposed of. This morning I was introduced to Mrs. Brown, who with a Mr. Tyndale and Mrs. McKim, all from Philadelphia, has come on to have a last interview with her husband.
As it is a matter over which I have no control, and wish to take none, I referred them to General William B. Taliaferro.
Commanding the Virginia troops. Tell Smith [his brother in the navy] enterprise and indifferent to danger, he at once volunteered as aid-de-camp to Lee, asked and received permission to accompany him, and was the first to recognize Brown, having seen him in Kansas.
Afterward he became the great cavalry chieftain of the Army Lee commanded.
The prisoners at Harper's Ferry were at once turned over t