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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 2: influence of Christian officers. (search)
refrain from sending these few lines to recall to you the thought and love of your devoted father, R. E. Lee. Mrs. Wm. H. Fitzhugh Lee. Colonel Walter H. Taylor, of his staff, relates (in his admirable book, Four Years With Lee) that he carriLee) that he carried him the letter which told of the death of his daughter Annie, along with important official papers, and that the stern soldier suppressed his emotion until he could dispatch the business that was then most pressing; but that on going into the tewrote many touchingly beautiful letters, full of the consolations and hopes of the Gospel, died while her husband (General W. H. F. Lee) was in a Northern prison, and on his return General Lee wrote him the following: camp, Orange county, April 24He may ordain. May He guide, guard and strengthen us, is my constant prayer. Your devoted father, R. E. Lee. General W. H. F. Lee. His affection for Jackson and Jackson's love for him were very touching. To Jackson's note informing him th
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 11: the great revival along the Rapidan. (search)
of the religion of Christ, who are members of the Ninth, without regard to denomination or sect, and only aiming at one great end, viz., the immortal welfare of our fellow-men) have united ourselves in an association known as the Soldiers' Christian Association of the Ninth Virginia Calvary. We wish to take immediate steps to provide the regiment with religious reading matter of every kind, but particularly papers and tracts. . . . . H. B. Richards, Cor. Sec. S. C. A. Ninth Va. Cav., W. H. F. Lee's Brigade. camp, Gordon's Brigade, September 28. Brother Thos. H. Pritchard and myself commenced preaching about a week ago to the soldiers in General Wright's Brigade about a mile distant, and are now preaching to Gordon's Brigade. There is some interest in the former, and a great deal in the latter. Last night fifty or sixty came forward for prayer, many of them deeply affected. Yesterday evening Brother Pritchard baptized seventeen in the Rapidan, in sight of the enemy's pick