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s an opportunity occurs." Rev. J. H. Martin, Knoxville, Tena.--"The tracts you sent are being distributed. I carried a parcel of them to Chattanooga, and distributed some of them in two hospitals there, others I gave to the Adjutant of Col. Morgan's regiment for his men. I visited the 30th Georgia regiment, encamped near the town and supplied many of the men. I furnish tracts to the chaplains, and visit their regiments so far as I can. I sends package of tracts to two companies of Cherokee Indians, some of whom are pions and read English. A man told me a few days since, that he had experienced a change of heart since being in the hospital. Two others asked that I would pray for them. A bright little fellow, having on a soldiers cap, came to me and asked for a tract; said he had two, one entitled. Why will Vedic' Come to Jesus' I gave him four, and urged him to give his heart to God. He is 14 years of age, and belongs to the 20th Alabamans." Rev. P. D. Gold, Goldsberough