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Chapter 18: Opinions of Jeff. Davis' Cabinet officers on Sherman's terms. General Sherman, in his Memoirs, returns with increased violence to his old attack upon Secretary Stanton, an
which might have slept but for General Sherman's revival of this matter, that the members of Jeff. Davis' Cabinet construed the Sherman-Johnston terms exactly as Mr. Stanton and the other members of from the draft prepared by Mr. Reagan.
The latter, therefore, was well qualified to inform Mr. Davis of the character of these terms; and a few days later, when they had been under consideration in the rebel Cabinet, he, in common with his associate members, at the request of Mr. Davis, gave a written opinion upon the terms and the question of accepting them.
This paper, which is now bot pectfully, your obedient servant, S. R. Mallory, Secretary of the Navy.
Views of Attorney-General Davis:
Charlotte, N. C., 22d April, 1865. To the President.
Sir: The questions sub