inquired how it was with him. He replied, I had rather depart and be with Christ, which is far better; and in this delightful frame of mind he passed to his heavenly home.
Rev. A. L. Strough, chaplain Thirty-seventh North Carolina Regiment: In our retreat from Newberne, North Carolina, when overpowered by the superior force of the enemy, we lost nearly all the Testaments, etc., we had, and have not since been able to secure anything to read except fifteen small volumes presented to us by Kingston Baptist Church.
Our regiment is now in four different directions, hence the chaplain cannot be with them all. Before we left North Carolina there were 137 in the regiment penitently inquiring after the Saviour.
Rev. W. G. Margrave: Besides laboring here and there in the camps and hospitals, I have paid special attention to the sick in Lewisburg.
Just before I left home, I visited a sick soldier and read to him the fourteenth chapter of the Gospel of John.
He said, I have but one more