in May we commenced a series of meetings at this hospital, which continued till the first Sabbath of June.
The Lord's blessing rested upon the meeting, from twenty-five to thirty making a public profession of faith in Christ.
Fifteen have been baptized, and others are awaiting the Ordinance. . . G. W. Hyde, Chaplain of the Post.
Last week, while in Lynchburg, I had the pleasure of seeing from fifteen to twenty soldiers present themselves for prayer and religious instruction.
Rev. Jno. L. Johnson had just baptized eight. Brother Johnson has succeeded in establishing a soldiers' library, by means of which papers, religious and secular, magazines and books are placed in the hands of every soldier who desires reading matter.
We have two efficient colporters in Lynchburg, Elders G. C. Trevillian and C. A. Miles.
The latter was severely wounded at the battle of Seven Pines. One of these brethren is in the library-room certain hours of each day, lending out books, etc., to those w