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of nature will return in a state of grace, and it may be that we shall have revivals of religion in our camps. Already had he heard of several conversions. Soldiers have much leisure, and they will employ it in reading the Testament. Rev. J. B. Taylor, of Richmond, urged the importance of sending colporteurs into the army. In a recent visit to the camp on the Potomac, he found many who seemed anxious to have Testaments and other good books. He had spent a few hours in distributing tracts among the South Carolina soldiers, and found them eager to have tracts. They told him that for months they had not heard a sermon, and that they hailed with joy a religious visitor and good books. Mr. Taylor thought that all our colporteur force ought to be transferred to the army. Rev. Dr. Burrows said that ours are Christian soldiers — they have been trained to believe in the Bible, and are very different in this regard from the infidels who largely compose the Northern army. Our me