uct and disposition to those of my own regiment.
And so I found the officers throughout the army, so far as I had opportunity to test the matter.
No one of any rank ever treated me other than respectfully and kindly.
5. There were some very efficient Christians in the brigade.
Lieutenant Cumbie, of the Fourteenth Regiment, was a most useful man. He was pious, devoted and active, a very good preacher, a brave soldier and an efficient officer.
Privates E. B. Hardie, of the Tenth, and Jacob Nelson, of the same regiment, were both most excellent young men, faithful and zealous in the service of the Lord, and brave soldiers.
Both of them were young ministers.
These three men were Baptists, and are pastors at home now, and successful.
There were many others who were not preachers, that were in every way faithful and true.
6. So far as I have been able to observe, those who professed religion in the army and lived to get home, are as faithful, constant and zealous now, as any oth