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One of the Ohio regiments elected the Rev. Granville Moody, a well-known Methodist preacher of that State, their chaplain. When their choice had been declared, they sent to Brother Moody to ask him if he would go. He replied, Why, yes, he would like to be their chaplain β€” but with one condition, that they would furnish him with a musket β€” for, said he, β€œin our Methodist communion we do not believe in faith without works.” --N. Y. Evening Post, May 8.

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