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The peace conference in Hampton Roads. [from the Richmond, Va., times, February 9, 1902.1 Errors corrected as to General Lee in the breach to the finality of possible endeavor. Gen. Lee did not Contemplate Early surrender. Lincoln offered no Terms—The veteran statesman Denies that the Confederate commissioners could
e year 1865, the prospects of the Southern Confederacy were gloomy indeed.
Grant with his hosts had swung around upon a new base, and was at City Point on the James river threatening Petersburg and Richmond, then defended by the Army of Northern Virginia under the incomparable Lee. That army during the preceding year had covered ry convention and the suspension of hostilities would be the restoration of the Union.
On January 12th Mr. Davis handed to Mr. Blair the following letter:
Richmond, Va., Jan. 12, 1865. F. P. Blair, Esq.:
Sir,—I have deemed it proper and probably desirable to you to give you in this form the substance of the remarks made by