[CIVIL WAR.]. LATROBE, A., signed as Assistant Adjutant General. Two documents issued at Appomattox for a defeated Confederate soldier who surrendered to Grant’s Army of the Potomac. SPECIAL ORDER. Headquarters, Army of Northern Virginia, 10 April 1865. 1 page, 4to, ruled paper, worn, clean separation at center fold. ¿a travel pass to carry a defeated warrior home¿: “All officers and men of the Confederate service paroled at Appomattox Co. House Va. Who to reach their homes are compelled to pass through the lines of the Union Armies will be allowed to do so and to pass free on all Government Transports and Military Rail Road.” It bears the secretarial signatures of Ely S. Parker and Charles S. Venable, with the notation, “Official, A. Latrobe, A.A.G. Official,” at lower left. [APPOMATTOX SURRENDER TERMS.] Manuscript document, with clerical signature of Ulysses S. Grant, Headquarters, Armies of the U.S., Appomattox Court House, Va., 10 April 1865. 1 page, 4to, clean separation at center fold. A contemporary transcription of Grant’s generous terms of surrender for Lee’s defeated Army at Appomattox: “…The arms, artillery and public property to be packed, stacked and turned over to the officer appointed by me…This done, each officer and man will be allowed to return to their homes not to be disturbed by the United States authority as long as they observe their parole…” Two rare survivals from the dramatic close of the Civil War.