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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 7 1 Browse Search
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Rev. M. L. Weller, the young, zealous, and beloved minister of the Episcopal church in Hernando, Miss., on last Tuesday morning bade adieu to all the endearments of home and the society of his attached congregation, and left for Camp Davis, nearolunteers. Few more noble examples of patriotism than this are recorded even in the pages of Revolutionary heroism. Mr. Weller was anxious to have gone off with the company from Hernando when it left for Pensacola, about six weeks since, but havie Bishop) already had two sons in the field, and that he himself would be there if occasion called for his services. Mr. Weller goes not as a hired chaplain or salaried officer of any sort, but with his rifle in his hand and his knapsack on his bassertion, that there will be no man in all that army who will do it more thoroughly, more nobly, or more fearlessly. Mr. Weller was very dear to the hearts of his congregation before. It is needless to say that he will not be less dear in the fut