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om 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 Matthias Point, has been transferred to Norfolk city, where he is selling some sixty dollars worth of books a month, besides giving away one-half that amount. Says he: "I visited Craney Island last Saturday; Col. Smith, who has charge of the forces there, is a pious man, and has prayers with his men every night. He seemed glad to have me labor among his command, and will doubtless render me any aid I may need."