he soldiers for the Word of God, and saw, too, how ready they were to be advised with in regard to the great concerns of the soul.
At my meetings there is good attention to the word spoken.
Oh that the Lord will prepare me to be faithful to souls!
Rev. M. D. Anderson furnishes us with an interesting account of the great revival which for weeks has been progressing in Fredericksburg among the soldiers.
Scores there have become obedient to the faith.
A. E. D.
April 30, 1863.
Rev. Perry Hawkins, writing to the Confederate Baptist, gives the following account of a conversion among the soldiers at Pocotalio, as related by the subject of it: When I entered the army, I was the chief of sinners.
I did not love God, nor my own soul, but pursued the ways of unrighteousness with ardor, without ever counting the cost.
I studiously shunned preaching and our faithful chaplain, lest he should reprove me; and when he was preaching in the camp I would be in my tent gambling with my wicke