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Chapter 32 Sherman's terms to Joseph E. Johnston the end of hostilities the grand review at Washington Grant's place in military
g the event, and telling him that he could offer the same terms to Johnston.
On April 18 Sherman entered into an agreement with Johnston whicJohnston which embraced political as well as merely military questions, but only conditionally, and with the understanding that the armistice granted could uired notice for annulling the truce, and to demand a surrender of Johnston's army on the same terms as those accorded to Lee. Sherman was, as ly with these instructions.
When he went out to the front to meet Johnston, Grant remained quietly at Raleigh, and throughout the negotiation ch he wished to belong wholly to Sherman.
The entire surrender of Johnston's forces was promptly concluded.
Having had a talk with the Secre e him in his published bulletins after the conditional treaty with Johnston, the general turned abruptly away.
This rebuff became the sensati