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eality enclosed by the lines of the conqueror. Lee therefore undoubtedly intended to yield when heis a noble, manly way of confessing defeat, and Lee's method of submitting to the inevitable was nerted for Sheridan's front at an early hour, and Lee's communication was sent by the way of Meade's s supposed the generalsin-chief would have met. Lee informed Babcock of this arrangement, and requeing with a verandah in front. Grant was met by Lee at the threshold. There was a narrow hall and ant's own staff. No rebel entered the room but Lee and Colonel Marshall, who acted as his secretarhat he had, and so it was that at this juncture Lee and his aide-de-camp were better dressed than the men who had pursued them. Lee was tall, large in form, fine in person, handsome in feature, gil exchanged, or released by proper authority. Lee said that he had expected some such terms as thal Lee, that you accept these terms? Yes, said Lee; and if you will put them into writing, I will [12 more...]