ver at night either in going to or from the front, several of whom came forward for prayer.
At Corinth I had the privilege of preaching to a portion of the Second Regiment Engineer Corps, and the sick and wounded soldiers several times—interest was manifested by a number of them, who gave evidence of a desire to seek religion.
I also enjoyed the privilege of attending the session of the Memphis Conference, held at Aberdeen, Mississippi, November 9-14; and the Montgomery Conference at Tuskegee, Alabama, December 7-13.
At both places I was treated with great courtesy and true kindness by the members of the Conferences and the citizens, and secured many assurances of aid and encouragement in my mission.
All seemed eager to learn of the good results of the work of your association among the soldiers.
I met the army beyond the Tennessee River on its return from Middle Tennessee.
The soldiers were very eager indeed to see the Herald again, and they greeted the copies furnished them