Lee Letter: c018

Lee Letter: c018 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Annette Carter [1860s]. . . be accommodated at that celebrated watering place. Agnes will accompany her wherever she goes, as her malady is supposed to proceed from rheumatism, and it is hoped that what will relieve...

Lee Letter: c014

Lee Letter: c014 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Annette Carter [Lexington, Virginia] [30 July 1870]I reached here the beginning of the week, found all well, and all regretted that you did not return with me. If I was to tell you that the whole of the regrets felt by...

Lee Letter: c013

Lee Letter: c013 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Annette Carter [Ravensworth] [19 July 1870]I was very sorry to part with you all, and must say in all truth that my regret has not in the least diminished since. But I believe the same would have been the case had I...

Lee Letter: c008

Lee Letter: c008 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Annette Carter [Lexington, Virginia] [2 June 1870]I found on my arrival here you letter of the 5th May. My reply to your former, which I did not receive till my return to Virginia I hope you have received. See that I...

Lee Letter: c007

Lee Letter: c007 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Annette Carter [White House, New Kent County, Virginia] [20 May 1870]Your very kind letter of the 24th April has followed me from Savannah to this place and has been most gladly welcomed. It would give me great...

Lee Letter: c004

Lee Letter: c004 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Annette Carter [Lexington, Virginia] [22 February 1870]Your long silence was most agreeably broken by your letter of the 13th instant and I was delighted to find that you were alive and well and still in America. I...