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the noble Lee, communes with God. and asks for reinforcements from on High. Bethel Hill is a man of prayer, and a host of others, from our Chief Magistrate down, daily invoke the intervention of Heaven in our behalf. The expressions that fell from the lips of the Christian soldiers slain during this bloody week are worthy of a permanent place in the annals of their country. Mr. Yarbrough. speaking of the part the 35th Georgia bore in one of the battles, says: Our Adjutant, J. H. Ware, was killed. As Colonel Thomas bent over him, the heroic youth grasped his hand and delivered his dying message: My dear Colonel, tell my mother that I fell in the discharge of my duty, and died happy. Another gallant soldier received his death-wound, and lay gasping on the ground; as the roar of battle sounded in his ears, he asked a friend near how the fight was going. Are we whipping them? said the dying man. We are, replied his friend. Then I die satisfied. Say to my fath