Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Sherman” in chapter 1.17, section c.1.17.114, page 210 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20.:
Should not this view be presented in any and every true manifesto of the case?
It is not necessary here to discuss the terms.
No one in his senses will question the good intentions of General Sherman in agreeing to them, but it is the truth of history that they were rejected by the union people of the country at the time as unanimously as they were by the president and his cabinet.
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