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Chapter 19: summer of 1863. After the great victory of Chancellorsville, the Confederate army lay along the south side of the Rappahannock, watching the movements of the Federals, who held the opposite side of that river. But few military movements of importance were undertaken for some weeks, and this period of repose and re-organization was well-improved by the zealous Christian workers in the army. The fervor of the revival was even greater after the battle than before; in almost every regiment the reports of chaplains and colporteurs were most encouraging. Rev. W. E. Jones, chaplain of the 22d Georgia regiment, wrote: The Lord is in our midst. Ever since the last great victory God has been pouring out upon this regiment his Spirit, almost without measure, and many have been converted, and forty-five have joined different branches of the Church, and there is a host of mourning souls. They rush to the altar by scores. The work is prospering throughout our enti