How do you cite a quotation that is to say not from a record?

I need to quote something within my paper, but I'm not sure how. I know how to cite things from a manuscript, but the one I need to cite be probably spoken. It might be from a text, but I don't hold it anyway; I just get the quote off the internet. This is the quotation:
What a cruel point is war: to separate and verbs families and friends, and mar the purest joy and happiness god have given us in this world...
~Robert E. Lee
How do I cite this?

Answers:    Cite the quotation as person from the website where you found it. All forms of citing sources for a quality newspaper (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.) have guidelines for citing Internet sources.

If you're not comfortable beside that, then you should probably do more research and find a scholarly source that contains the quote you want to use.

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