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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.15 (search)
General Johnston's surrender. Did the terms Sherman offered carry out Lincoln's policy? Senator Shermaspecting the latter's statement about the terms of Johnston's surrender in his recent eulogy of General Shermad by him for the surrender of the forces of General Joseph Johnston and other commanders at the close of the cirry out his terms. When this arrangement with General Johnston was submitted to President Johnson and Mr. Staof Mr. Lincoln's when he made his arrangement with Johnston, but it is none the less absolute proof that he (Me 349, you will see that in his interview with General Johnston he asked him if he could control other armies than his own. Johnston replied that he could not do this, but indicated that he could procure authority from Davis. On the following page, he says: General Johnston, saying that he thought during the night he could procnoon. The two Generals met again accordingly, and Johnston then assured Sherman that he had authority for all