heir captain, exchanged those classic walls for the tented field.
On the day of the Manassas battle, they were forty-five in number—of these five fell slain upon the field, two more were mortally wounded, and others slightly.
About the same time others died from disease.
Thus, in one vacation, this college has cheerfully sacrificed one-fifth of its fighting force in defence of its country.
Of the North Carolina soldiers now in Virginia, some thirty were baptized recently by Rev. W. F. Broaddus, D. D., of Fredericksburg, and six by Brother Bagby, chaplain of the Fortieth Virginia Regiment.
A correspondent writes to the Southern Churchman from Headquarters Artillery, Camp Pendleton, near Centreville: Our chapel is completed, and last Sunday was well filled.
Colonel Pendleton preached on prayer, a most useful sermon.
In the afternoon a general prayer-meeting was held.
There are many pious and influential Christian men in this corps, who I trust will make their lives tell po