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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 13: results of the work and proofs of its genuineness (search)
vely bosom torn; But still thy grand Sic Semper Defiantly shall wave; Thy sons will bear it proudly To freedom or—the grave. J. C. H. Charlottesville, October 5, 1864. A few days before Captain W. Willoughby Tebbs, of Company K, Second Virginia Regiment, was stricken down he wrote: Providence still protects me, and if He sees fit, will carry me through safely; if not, what better death could a man die, or could his friends wish for him, than to die in defence of such a cause? Louis Magoon Rogers, of Accomac county, was one of the gentlest, purest men I ever knew, and proved himself one of the most heroic soldiers the war produced. In letters from camp to his mother he said: Do not be uneasy about me or the issue of the contest, which is evidently to be tremendous. God will care for me as well as for the issue of the approaching battle. He sees all things, past, present, future. Trust Him. Soon after breakfast it is my custom to repair from headquarters to my regi