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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memorial address (search)
nicsville. In obedience to messages from General Lee and President Davis, General Hill, after crt formed till a much later hour in the day. General Lee says in his report of the battle (Series 1,at loss of artillery and transportation. General Lee's object in crossing the Potomac east of th the map with a knowledge of the disposition of Lee's different divisions will show. Longstreet he mountain. The hour and the man had met when Lee entrusted to Hill the duty of holding the appromac deployed before him. The order issued by Lee and sent out from army headquarters was as follecond paragraph seemed plainly to indicate that Lee's purpose was what he afterwards declared in hito General Hill, it does not seem probable that Lee, whose forte was the power of readily mobilizinerates to-day and the other published in 1886. Lee himself charged no particular person with the lf the Civil War, page 670.) On the right General Lee was stationed in person, and with Toombs' b[30 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.31 (search)
their names are famous. They were the last men slain during the last war. Forty-three days after the surrender of General Lee they gave their lives on the altar of the dead Confederacy. Nor is it the fact that they were the last men killed in a secret organization, whose object was to be revenged on General Stoneman, was formed directly after the surrender of General Lee of all the young men who had not previously taken active part in the war, and of rebel soldiers home on leave of absenneral Sherman, he left and entered Jonesboroa, in the eastern part of Tennessee, April 18th, where he received the news of Lee's surrender. All this time the ranks of the secret organization in Floyd and Wythe counties had been considerably increased in numbers by the enlistment of discharged soldiers from Lee's disbanded army. When the news arrived that Stoneman and his cavalry would pass through Floyd county on his way to Washington, wiser and older heads tried to prevail on the young e
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appomattox Courthouse. (search)
ourthouse. Incidents of the surrender of General Lee, as given by Colonel Charles Marshall, address correspondence which passed between Generals Lee and Grant before the surrender, Colonel Marbe appointed for the purpose by himself and General Lee, thus sparing the latter the pain and mortio all in his power to spare the feelings of General Lee, but it is not unworthy to remark that when surrender. General Grant's letter offered General Lee an opportunity to avoid the trial to which ritish commander felt himself unequal. But General Lee was made of different stuff. Trying to In giving a detailed story of the surrender of Lee and of preceding events, Colonel Marshall said:ening we halted near Appomattox Courthouse, General Lee intending to march by way of Campbell Courtore General Sherman through North Carolina. General Lee's purpose was to unite with General Johnstoen the army halted on the night of the 8th, General Lee and his staff turned out of the road into a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
, 226. Last Blood of the War, The, 343. Lebby, Capt., 268. Leech, Capt., John, W. T., 160. Lee and Jackson, Characters of, 23. Lee, Gen. R. E., grandeur of the character of, 96; at Appomattox, 353; his army, how last fed, 359, 360. Lee, Lieut.-Gen. S. D., Address of, 189. Letcher Battery, 373. Lewis, Owen, 343. Lorena, The Song, 267. Loehr, Sergt. C. T., 104. Longstreet, Gen., James, 146. Lossing, Benson J., cited, 292. Louisiana Troops, their part in the Battle of Strawberry Plains, The bridge at, 295. Stringfellow, Rev. M. S., 244 Stuart, Gen. J. E. B., 302. Sugar-Loaf Battery, 264, 276. Sun, The Baltimore, Md., cited, 353. Surrender, Terms of the, 358. Taylor, Col. W. H., His Four Years With Lee cited, 62. Tennessee, The C. S. War-ship, Surrender of, in Mobile Bay, 290. Texas Infantry, The 4th Regt., 165. Thomson, Major J. W., Monument to, 365, Tidball, Gen, 71 Times, The Philadelphia, Penn., cited, 206, 224. Times, The Ri