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ed by our father, and ever since his death by his son-in-law and successor as pastor of New Providence church, the Reverend James Morrison. The tent of General Averill was pitched in his yard. About dark a rather elderly- looking person knocked athimself as the Reverend Mr. Osborn, from Uniontown, Pennsylvania, a chaplain of the Federal army. He requested to see Mr. Morrison, stating that they had with the army a citizen of Greenbrier county, whose name was Creigh; that he was under sentenceed. (His doom had just been announced to him.) He also said Mr. Creigh had mentioned that he was well acquainted with Mr. Morrison; had often heard him preach, and that, in the immediate prospect of death, he had sent to ask an interest in his praye few matters relating to his private affairs: "June 10, 1864. "Dear Emily: I arrived this evening at the Rev. Mr. James Morrison's, in Rockbridge county. After eating my supper, I was taken into a house and the sentence pronounced that I