Lee Letter: w209

Lee Letter: w209 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Jefferson Davis Hd Qrs: 13 Aug ’64Mr PresidentI have had the honour to receive your dispatch today. Unless Butler is promoted no one can be promoted to his Brigade – I believe Dunovant gives the fairest...

Lee Letter: g131

Lee Letter: g131 Sender: Robert E. Lee to Recipient: Jefferson Davis Ridley’s Shop Charles City Road 6:50 P.M. 15th June. [1864]Mr. President,Your note of 1:20 P.M. to-day has just been received. As soon as I heard of the enemy’s crossing the Chickahominy...

Lee Letter: g119

Lee Letter: g119 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Jefferson Davis Head Qrs A.NVa. on the field 7½ A.M. June 6 ’64.Mr. PresidentI think some good officer should be sent into the Valley at once to take command there and collect all the forces regulars, locals...

Lee Letter: g022

Lee Letter: g022 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Jefferson Davis Hd-Qrs: 14 Aug ’62.Mr PresidentI have made all arrangements for the well being of the troops around Richmond. I have given instructions to Genl Smith, & Col: Gilmer in reference to the defences...

Lee Letter: g213

Lee Letter: g213 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Jefferson Davis Confidential Near Petersbg 2 Mar ’65Mr PresidentI recd today the letter from Genl Longstreet to which you referred in your note of the 28th Ulto – I have proposed to Genl Grant an interview,...

Lee Letter: g210

Lee Letter: g210 Sender: Robert E. Lee Recipient: Jefferson Davis Camp Petersburg, 6 July ’64Mr. President:I am very much obliged to you for the perusal of the letters from Mr. Mason & Genl. Williams. I hope that the favourable anticipations of the former...