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onversation.--On visiting the hospital, two of the sick soldiers asked me to pray for them. After reading a portion of Divine truth and commenting upon it, I bowed down and invoked upon them the blessing of God. Never shall I forget how earnestly they prayed, and how the tears flowed down their checks as they thanked me for the interest I had manifested in their behalf. How grateful I feel for being privileged to engage in laboring for the souls of soldiers so noble and brave." Mr. M. D. Anderson, of Aquia Creek: "I find the soldiers eager to have books, and in a few days have distributed among them 40 Testaments, 22 Bibles, and 4,000 pages of Tracts. I am greatly pleased with the work." Mr. R. W. Cridlin, Mathias' Point: "I find the soldiers anxious to have good books, especially small copies of the New Testament. Many are pious and consistent Christians." Mr. J. W. Williams, Matthews county: "I have morning and evening services, weekly prayer-meetings, and preachi
Hustings Court. --The quarterly term of the above Court commenced yesterday at 11 o'clock, at the City Hall. Present, Aldermen Sanxay, Bray, Binford, Timberlake, Hill and Anderson. Charles Maurice Smith; who has been commissioned as a Notary Public, qualified as such by giving the usual bond. Nathan, a free colored man, confined in jail for want of his "papers," was directed to be sold for so long a time as will pay the costs of imprisonment, and then to be registered. Benjamin Reid, charged with feloniously cutting William J. Somerville, on the 18th of June, was examined and sent on to be tried before Judge Lyons, in September next. In the case of Jaives Harwood, presented for fighting on 14th street, a nolle prosequi was entered on payment of costs. Jacob, slave of M. Todd, and William, slave of Beverley Sizer, charged with stealing sundry bank notes and gold coin from M. E. Price, on the 22d day of June, were tried and acquitted. Fountain Rowe, c