some were converted, but I forget the number.
From there I went to Leigh Street Baptist, Richmond, and aided Rev. J. B. Solomon, where there was considerable interest, confined almost to the soldiers from the surrounding hospitals.
Some professed conversion, but I took no note of it and can't give the particulars.
I send these items for your inspection, though I doubt their worth for your use.
God bless you all in Old Virginia.
Yours fraternally, Harvey Hatcher.
From Rev. H. M White, Presbyterian, chaplain Hardaways Battalion, Artillery.
glade spring, Virginia, March 20, 1867.
Dear Brother: I am sorry not to be able to give you more statistics.
All of my papers, except a pocket note-book, were burned in our Headquarters wagon, on the retreat to Appomattox Court House.
I will answer your questions in order, as fully as possible.
I entered upon my duties as chaplain of Hardaway's Battalion of Artillery, November, 1863.
(At that time it was known as the Fir