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I found that he had of thirteen hundred Testaments and had few hundred and thirty-seven thousand one and twenty pages of tracts. All this matter has been distributed by the of the various churches of the city, officers and privates and chaplaint, from time to time call here; and, last, not least, by the noble women of Alabama, who send a tract along with almost garment they make. If so much has offered in so short a time by this one story, what may we not hope for from many in almost every division of the Mussir, I found three thousand sick and toldiers. Within a few days all the many of the Donaldson wounded, been brought to that place. Floyd's is largely represented. I was told minister that they had found exceed. ulty in securing reading matter for We now have at that important a depository, and every soldier in will be supplied, as we have sent on hundred thousand pages of tracts testaments. A. E. Dickisson, lapt. Ocipertage among the Soldiers.
the mistakes of incompetent engineers or officials — it was gratifying that three of our Generals and the greater part of Floyd's Brigade escaped the clutches of the enemy. The question of military discipline and duty involved in the matter of the transfer of command by Gens. Floyd and Pillow to Buckner, we leave to military men; but we are sure all will indulge the hope that the release from command of the two former will be of a most temporary character. Floyd has fought bravely, and RosecFloyd has fought bravely, and Rosecrans has been compelled to confess that he was most seriously annoyed by him in his western campaign last summer. No officer of the day has more energy, we are sure, and none enters the service with more patriotic devotion to the cause, than Gen. FGen. Floyd. Indeed, the country owes him an obligation for his measures as Secretary of War for the defence of the South which it can never repay. He foresaw and foretold, as we know, the result of the sampaign in Kentucky; and used his efforts to preven
Runaway. --A negro boy by the name of Floyd, had been staying with his young master at Evansport, and was taken sick and started home with a man by the name of Dr. M. E. Herst, and the train left him at Burksvills, Va. The said boy is about 35 years of age, dark complexion, about 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high.--His general weight is about 150 pounds. Any person taking up the said boy, will have him confined in some safe jail, and I will pay all charges for his delivery to me. J. W. Alsobrooks, fe 17--1m Mill Town, Alabama.