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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix no. 2: the work of grace in other armies of the Confederacy. (search)
ed to Lieutenant-General Polk for the agency of our corps. Sunday, March 1. Heard a very practical sermon at the Presbyterian church by Dr. Quintard. In the afternoon preached to our own command. March 7. A tornado visited Shelbyville to-day, unroofing the Baptist church, demolishing other buildings, and yet but one man was killed. Sunday, March 8. Rev. A. S. Riggs preached at Wesley chapel and administered the Sacrament of the Lord's Supperā€”Revs. E. J. Allen, J. B. Stevenson, Wm. Anthony, Thomas Moody and myself, of our Conference, among the communicants. A precious communion. Sunday, March 15. Rev. Dr. Bunting, Presbyterian chaplain of Terry's Texas Rangers, preached to a thousand men of Ector's and Vance's brigade. I preached in the afternoon. March 16. Dr. Petway went with me to the chaplains' meeting. Eight present. Each gave his own experience and manner of work in the army. Committees were appointed to select a badge to be worn by chaplains, and the best