A Great Conflagration Is Apprehended

April 3d.—Another clear and bright morning. It was a quiet night, with its million of stars. And yet how few could sleep, in anticipation of the entrance of the enemy! But no enemy came until 9 a.m., when some 500 were posted at the Capitol Square. They had been waited upon previously by the City […]

Gradual and General Emancipation

Headquarters Army of Northern Virginia January 11, 1865 Hon. Andrew Hunter Richmond, Va.: Dear Sir: I have received your letter of the 7th instant, and without confining myself to the order of your interrogatories, will endeavor to answer them by a statement of my views on the subject. I shall be most happy if I […]