eless work for the church, and of his delightful letters, we may not here speak.
But the part of the volume which tells of his deep sympathy with the Confederate cause, and gives copious extracts from his letters and addresses vindicating from a Christian standpoint the course of the Confederacy, is a most valuable addition to our history.
We are glad to find given in full Dr. Thornwell's able paper on Our danger and our duty, which was printed in tract form during the war, and which Stonewall Jackson was so delighted with, that he subscribed $100 towards having it circulated in his corps.
There are also a number of other papers of great value as vindications of the South, while his letters during the war are beautiful illustrations of the spirit of our best people during that great struggle.
That Dr. Palmer has done his work with admirable skill and rare ability will surprise none who know the man. He has produced a book of deep interest, which will take a permanent place