met, and word was passed back to us that General Johnston was near at hand, when we rode forward anhouse, reaching there punctually at noon. General Johnston had not yet arrived, but a courier shortlh Breckenridge, and he entered the room.
General Johnston and I then again went over the whole groue guided.
None evinced more feeling than General Johnston, who admitted that the act was calculatedgh, before I had received any answer from General Johnston to the demand for the surrender of his ows agreed upon between General Sherman and General Johnston having been submitted to the President, tday, but later, I received an answer from General Johnston, agreeing to meet me again at Bennett's h North Carolina, to direct operations against Johnston's army. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. progress in parolling the officers and men of Johnston's army at Greensboroa, but was embarrassed by and men, he had been forced to make with General Johnston the following supplemental terms, which w[42 more...]