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[352] bedtime. One of the most interesting features in this revival is, that the young converts, almost without an exception, take hold of the work, and pray, and frequently exhort in public, and may often be seen conversing with the unconverted privately about the precious Saviour they have found. The troops around here (though much scattered), like those in Virginia, all seem anxious to hear the Gospel. I preached last night to one company, and I suppose there were from seventy-five to 100 present.

Even after the weather became cold enough to keep people from attending their comfortable Churches at home, and before we could have any chapels built, these soldiers would come in crowds, many of them barefooted, to our outdoor meetings, and we rarely gave an invitation that there were not some to publicly manifest their interest

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