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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army 13 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 7 1 Browse Search
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f his life. The incident has been published in various forms, but I give it as I received it from his old pastor, Rev. Dr. W. S. White, of the Lexington Presbyterian church, whose death in 1871 was so widely lamented. Not very long after his conner. No, sir, but I will do so to-night. The elder then advised him also to consult his pastor, and he went at once to Dr. White's study and went over with him the arguments and passages of Scripture by which he supported his position. The next dasked: Have you made that matter a subject of prayerful investigation, Major? Yes, sir, and I was just on my way to ask Dr. White to call on me to lead in prayer at the meeting to-night. Soon after he was called on and made such a stammering effortI think so too: and by God's grace I mean to do it. I wish that you would be so good as to call on me more frequently. Dr. White said that he saw from Jackson's manner that he meant to succeed; that he did call on him more frequently; that he gradu