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n communication with the North and South as long as practicable, and also with the West. I should think Lynchburg, or some point west, the most advantageous place to which to remove stores from Richmond. The same day he formally requested that Johnston should be ordered to report to him for duty. The most extraordinary and extravagant plans were now suggested. The emergency, it was felt, demanded extreme measures, and some of the schemes proposed were the mere frantic imaginings of despairand it is generous to suppose that his illness had affected his brain. The idea of marching to Washington to dictate a peace at this epoch of the war did not commend itself to the rebel authorities, and the day after this dispatch was received, Johnston superseded Beauregard in command of the troops opposed to Sherman. The same day, the formal orders were issued by Breckenridge to govern the chiefs of bureaux upon the evacuation of Richmond. Lynchburg was the point designated to which stores
Correspondence relative to surrender of General Johnston, April, 1864. General Johnston to Johnston, General. General Sherman to General Johnston. Headquarters. Military division of the or the surrender of the army commanded by General Johnston, and directions to me to notify you of th convention of officers. Please notify General Johnston immediately on receipt of this, and resum North Carolina, to direct operations against Johnston's army. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. ome days ago that Sherman's arrangements with Johnston were disapproved by the President, and they wy. I confess I did not desire to drive General Johnston's army into bands of armed men, going aboch a manner as to compel the surrender of General Johnston's whole army on the same terms which you July 27,165Department of North Carolina566,042Johnston's army. July 25, 1865Greensboro, Charlotte, s, etc., were received, except in the case of Johnston's army to General Sherman. ordnance office[12 more...]
l army and dictate peace, 397; superseded by Johnston, 397; retreat to Charlotte, 424. Bell, Colng in a box car at Greensboro, 627; instructs Johnston in negotiations with Sherman, 627, 633; JohnsJohnston's revenge on, 633; capture of, in woman's clothes, 639. Deep Bottom, Butler's bridge at, II.,lert S., at Shiloh, i., 75; his death, 84. Johnston, General Joseph E., in chief command against on of rebel states, 403; attempted union with Johnston, 420; attacks Fort Steadman, 445, 447, 449, mdeceived by Grant's manoeuvres, 237; disobeys Johnston, 241, 255; battle of Champion's hill, 256-271sburg, 327; in Vicksburg campaign, 398; under Johnston, May 31, 1863, 355; battle of Chickamauga, 43ces McClernand, 362; ordered to march against Johnston, 385; movement against Jackson, 393-397; brigld, 627; enters Raleigh, 627; conference with Johnston, 627, 628; suspends hostilities, 630; terms don's treatment of, 636; final conference with Johnston, 633. Shiloh, battle of, i., 72-95; determ[3 more...]