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ee distinguished and learned divines of the Methodist denomination, two of whom wore uniforms, and the third still retained his clerical habit. These gentlemen were the Rev. Dr. Carter, President of the Methodist Soule University of Texas; the Rev. Mr. Boggs, recently a Captain in one of the regiments at Manassas, and the Rev. Mr. Gillespie, our contemporary of the Christian Advocate, and an eloquent and able preacher. Associated with these gentlemen in this enterprise is the learned and able cers will be composed of the same class of zealous defenders of the cause of the South and of Christianity. Dr. Carter is an experienced and scientific soldier, thoroughly versed in the art of war and skilled in the use of all its appliances. Dr. Boggs has already seen much active service, and doubtless many of the one hundred and twenty Methodist preachers who were included in the rolls of the army of the Potomac will be assigned to command in this regiment. The equipment of the regiment is