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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 7th 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 forep concern felt by the home folks for its religious welfare. When the 7th regiment of South Carolina was about to leave home for the seat of war, the colored members of the Methodist Church in the town of Aiken presented to the chaplain, Rev. J. M. Carlisle, a magnificent copy of the Word of God for the use of the regiment. After reaching Virginia, the chaplain wrote: Our regiment is doing well. I try to preach on the Sabbath-usually twice. We have also a regimental prayer-meeting every ev