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[311] Northern Virginia, writes, to the Southern Christian Advocate: ‘The late battles and the recent glorious victory have tended greatly to effect a moral reformation in the army. Many of the soldiers in the hour of danger formed good resolutions, which I am happy to state, they have not forgotten in this time of comparative safety. We have been having some delightful refreshings from the Lord. The glorious work is going on throughout the entire brigade.’

Chaplain J. M. Cline states, in North Carolina Christian Advocate, that his regiment, the Fifty-second North Carolina, has been experiencing ‘the most glorious revival of religion he ever witnessed.’ Up to the date of his letter, June 5, thirty-four had been converted.

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