George T. T. Williams, First South Carolina.
Virginia.—F. C. Tebbs, Fourth Virginia; E. P. Walton, Fifth Virginia; L. C. Vass, Twenty-Seventh Virginia; J. M. Grandin, Thirty-third Virginia; A. C. Hopkins, Second Virginia; J. William Jones, Thirteenth Virginia; J. P. Garland, Fortyninth Virginia; Paul C. Morton, Twenty-third Virginia; James Nelson, Forty-fourth Virginia; Harvey Gilmore, Twenty-first Virginia; B. T. Lacy, acting missionary in corps, Virginia.
Major Isaac Hardman, Captain O. T. Evans and Rev. T. W. Harris were invited to sit as corresponding members.
Several important subjects with regard to the chaplain's work were discussed familiarly by those present.
Among these was the administration of the Lord's Supper.
Its importance as regards Christian growth in grace, and the conversion of sinners, was urged; and touching and profitable remarks on this subject were made by several brethren.
All agreed to the necessity, duty and profit of frequent communion seasons