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August 22nd, 1863 AD (search for this): article 3
Our Army Correspondence. Army Northern Virginia,August 22, 1863. The report of the Yankees crossing at Waterloo is untrue. The main body of the enemy holds the position along the Orange and Alexandria Railroad it has held for several weeks past, excepting an occasional change of camps. If I could anticipate them, I could not speak with propriety of our own designs; but if a change in the present situation depends on the will of Gen. Meade, the utter absence of all indications of an advance by him shows its prospect to be more remote than ever. Agreeably to the President's proclamation and the General Order from the headquarters of the Army, yesterday was generally observed as a day of Fasting and Prayer. Religious exercises were held in the different camps by the Army Chaplains. At the headquarters of Gen. Ewell a very appropriate discourse was delivered by that able divine, Rev. Dr. Lacy, Chaplain of the corps, from 16th verse, 6th chapter, 2d Kings "Fear not for t
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