Special order (unnumbered) : to Col. T.M.R. Talcott, commanding the engineering forces : manuscript signed for General Lee by his adjutant, W.H. Taylor, 1865 Apr. 9.

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Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870. Special order (unnumbered) : to Col. T.M.R. Talcott, commanding the engineering forces : manuscript signed for General Lee by his adjutant, W.H. Taylor, 1865 Apr. 9.

Special order (unnumbered) : to Col. T.M.R. Talcott, commanding the engineering forces : manuscript signed for General Lee by his adjutant, W.H. Taylor, 1865 Apr. 9.

Designating Generals J. Longstreet, J.B. Gordon, and W.N. Pendleton to carry out the terms of the surrender agreed upon with Lt. General Grant.

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