ched him in a dress which he deemed too military for a clergyman.
Go back, sir, said he, this is no place for you; take off that sash, retire to the grove and besiege a Throne of Grace!
Rev. R. W. Cole writes to The Religious Herald:
Caroline County, September 17. Messrs. Editors:
It was my privilege to spend some three or four days with the soldiers embracing Colonel Cary's regiment, a short time since, at Marlborough Point.
The season was truly gloomy—being rainy—but it seemed notconcern of the soul's salvation, for three successive nights.
It was truly gratifying to see the extraordinary good order maintained amongst them during religious services.
On the second day after my arrival two of the soldiers, young men from Caroline, made an open profession of Christ, and were buried with Christ in baptism by your correspondent in the fair waters leading from the Potomac.
Visits from our brethren in the ministry to this portion of our army will be gratifying and no doubt b