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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Index, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
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, Feb. 9, Doc. 30 Memphis, Tenn., secession at, D. 4; Union meeting at, D. 7; American flag buried at, D. 85, P. 84; postal facilities with, suspended, D. 70 Merryman; John, arrested, D. 82; Taney's opinion in the caso of, D. 92 Mexico, troops of, to attack Texas, P. 26 Michigan, First Regiment, enters Alexandria, Va., D. 79; Third Regiment Volunteers, D. 102; exploit of the soldiers of, near Alexandria. P. 113 Michigan City, Ind., Union meeting at, D. 29 Mident, D. 66, 68; Doc. 237 Texas, Convention of, passed an act of Secession, D. 16, 18; ordinance of secession of, Doc. 27; Twiggs' treachery in, D. 17, 18; the military complications in, D. 19; troops from, arrive at N. Y. D. 22; threatened by Mexico, P. 26; U. S. troops in, captured, D. 43 The Ballad of Cockey's Field, P. 52 The battle Cry, P. 140 The battle of Morris Island, a cheerful tragedy, P. 2 The Bones of Washington, P. 127 The call for Volunteers, P. 53
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Introduction. (search)
h one, naturally, selected the newest suit he had, and sought to propitiate the gods of destruction by a sacrifice of his second best. General Grant began the conversation by saying: I met you once before, General Lee, while we were serving in Mexico, when you came over from General Scott's headquarters to visit Garland's brigade, to which I then belonged. I have always remembered your appearance, and I think I should have recognized you anywhere. Yes, replied General Lee, I know I met you on that occasion, and I have often thought of it, and tried to recollect how you looked, but I have never been able to recall a single feature. After some further mention of Mexico, General Lee said: I suppose, General Grant, that the object of our present meeting is fully understood. I asked to see you, to ascertain upon what terms you would receive the surrender of my army? General Grant replied: The terms I propose are those stated substantially in my letter of yesterday—that is, th