ted to her charge.
Thus, as soon as they are comfortably fixed in a good, clean bed, she inquires of every one if he has chosen the good part; and through her instruction and prayers several have been converted.
Her house can easily accommodate twenty, all in one room, which is made comfortable in winter with carpet and stove, and adorned with wreaths of evergreen and paper flowers; and in summer well ventilated, and the windows and yard filled with green-house plants.
A library of religious, and eagerly seek after them, and all seem approachable on the subject of religion.
The Richmond Dispatch, of April 11, states that a revival of religion has been in progress, at Camp Winder, near this city, for about two weeks. At that date twenty soldiers had professed conversion and many others had asked an interest in the prayers of their pious comrades.
Brother J. C. Clopton furnishes the following in reference to the Rockbridge Hospitals:
As I go along among the hospitals my hea