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1 Yet General Johnston, one of the most honorable of the rebel commanders, does not hesitate, in his ‘Military Narrative,’ p. 398, to designate the entire remaining rebel command as ‘an army of about 20,000 infantry and artillery and 5,000 mounted troops,’ and to contrast this with what he calls ‘Grant's, of 180,000 men; Sherman's, of 110,000 at least; Canby's, 60,000—odds of seventeen or eighteen to one.’Over 70,000 rebels were surrendered by Johnston and Richard Taylor alone.
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