Dr. White says that he saw from Jackson's reply and manner that he meant to succeed—tm a letter which he recognized as directed in Jackson's well-known handwriting.
Now, said he, we wfound that a colored boy, who had belonged to Jackson's Sunday-school, had procured the flag, gotte.
Dr. Brown happened the next night to share Jackson's blanket, and in a long and tender conversat of God's truth.
I need not say that this is Jackson's Headquarters, and the scene I have picturedfield of usefulness.
Some of the services at Jackson's Headquarters were of deep interest and wideed results.
Upon one occasion, I called at Jackson's Headquarters and found him just going in tot the conversion of Lieutenant-General Ewell, Jackson's able lieutenant, was on this wise: At a cous so deeply impressed by this incident and by Jackson's general religious character, that he said: attributed his conviction to the influence of Jackson's piety.
Since he lived such a life, it wa