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nner, and wish you to select some books to suit my case.' I did so; and at night he called his men into line and asked me to pray for them. Another captain seemed much interested on the subject of religion.--I tried to explain to him the way to be saved, and in a few days I heard of his fighting bravely at Manassas. I have prayer and exhortation meetings frequently, which are well attended, and often tears flow from eyes unused to weep, while I point them to the Lamb of God." Mr. J. C. Clopton has been spending all his time among the sick and wounded in and around Charlottesville. He writes: "This is a most inviting field, as hundreds are here on beds of suffering, and consequently disposed to consider the things that make for their peace. The deepest feeling is often manifested; they listen to what I say, and read with great eagerness the tracts and books I give them." Rev. R. W. Cridlin, after having visited all the encampments between Aquia Creek and Matt