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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix no. 2: the work of grace in other armies of the Confederacy. (search)
asant Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in Giles county, Tennessee, near where I was reared. September 2. Gave the day to looking after the wounded, Confederate and Federal. September 3. Our division entered Lexington, Kentucky, and we were welcomed with more enthusiasm than any place where we have been since the war began. Such marked kindness and cordial greeting were almost overwhelming to those of us who had been a year soldiering in East Tennessee. Lexington, Kentucky, September 4. The streets were densely thronged at an early hour by the citizens to witness the entry of General John H. Morgan to his native city. The vast multitude were almost frantic with joy as the long cavalcade swept through the chief street of the city. Such a fluttering and floating of Confederate flags I never saw before. The face of the renowned hero beamed with joy at such a hearty welcome to his home. Our battalion remained at Lexington on garrison duty for nearly a month, and we h