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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Introduction. (search)
mself in the street and keep a lookout for General Grant, so as to let him know where General Lee wo the door by which we entered, and facing General Grant. Colonel Marshall, his military secretary,y sat ten feet apart facing each other. General Grant, then nearly forty-three years of age, wason of Mexico, General Lee said: I suppose, General Grant, that the object of our present meeting iswould receive the surrender of my army? General Grant replied: The terms I propose are those sta indicating his accord with this wish, and General Grant then went on to talk at some length in a vrk where it should be inserted. Certainly, Grant replied. Lee felt in his pocket as if searcthink that will be a sufficient supply? asked Grant. I think it will be ample, remarked Lee, as whom he had so long commanded. Before General Grant had proceeded far towards camp, he was rem, Ord, Merritt, Custer and the officers of General Grant's staff, a number of other officers, and [53 more...]