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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 9: State of religion in 1861-62. (search)
which twelve soldiers professed conversion, five of whom united with the Methodists, four with the Baptists, and the remainder with the Presbyterians. The religious community of the Confederate States ought to feel encouraged by these tokens of the Divine power to put forth still greater efforts in behalf of the spiritual welfare of our army. Fully one-third of the soldiers are destitute of a copy of the New Testament, and of all other religious reading. From Fairfax Court House, Rev. J. M. Carlisle wrote, to a religious paper at Richmond: As chaplain of the Seventh Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers, I desire to return thanks to certain unknown parties, in your city, for a donation of religious books and tracts forwarded to me for distribution among the soldiers. They were gladly received, and are being generally read, and I trust will be a positive good. May the blessing of God be upon those whose gift they are. But there came, soon after the first battle of Manassas,
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Roster of chaplains, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
riod. General Longstreet's Corps (first Corps): Kershaw's Division. Bryan's Brigade. Tenth Georgia. J. C. Camp. Fiftieth Georgia. W. L. Curry. Fifty-first Georgia. C. H. Toy. Fifty-third Georgia. Wofford's Brigade. Sixteenth Georgia. Eighteenth Georgia. Twenty-fourth Georgia. Philip's Legion. Rev. Mr. Flinn. Cobbs'. Sharpshooters. Kershaw's (Old) Brigade. Brigade at large. W. P. Dubose. Second South Carolina. Third South Carolina. Seventh South Carolina. J. M. Carlisle. Eighth South Carolina. H. M. Brearley. Fifteenth South Carolina. H. B. McCallum. James' Battalion. Humphries' Brigade. Thirteenth Mississippi. Rev. Mr. West. Seventeenth Mississippi. W. B. Owen. Eighteenth Mississippi. J. A. Hackett. Twenty-first Mississippi. Rev. Mr. McDonald. Field's Division. Jenkins' (Old) Brigade. First S. Carolina. Geo. T. T. Williams. Fifth South Carolina. J. N. Craig. Sixth South Carolina. W. E. Boggs. Second Rifles. W. E. Walters. Sha