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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix: letters from our army workers. (search)
l dependence, which pervades all nature, and is especially seen among intelligent, social beings; and showed how no man could escape influencing others; exhibited to the Christian the manner in which he should live for good to those around him; showed to the impenitent how malign was his example, and urged him to repent and do the works of the Gospel. Brother Jno. McGill, of Fifty-second Virginia, was then elected chairman. Brother J. M. Anderson, of Twelfth South Carolina, and Brother Robert Hardee, of Second Louisiana, Nichol's Brigade, enrolled their names. Brother J. F. Watson, missionary chaplain, gave his name, and Brother Geo. Leyburn, agent of Petersburg Evangelical Tract Society, was invited to participate in our meetings. Brother Gilmore suggested that some provision be made to keep the clerk supplied with paper for his duties, minutes, letters, etc. The state of religious interest in our army was then considered. Brother Anderson, of Fortieth Virginia, had
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Roster of chaplains, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Evans' Brigade. Sixty-first Georgia. A. B. Woodfin. Thirty-first Georgia. J. L. Pettigrew. Thirty-eighth Georgia. J. M. Brittain. Twenty-sixth Georgia. Thirteenth Georgia. Sixtieth Georgia. S. H. Smith. Twelfth Georgia Battalion. Louisiana Brigade (Colonel Peck). Sixth Louisiana. Seventh Louisiana. Father Hubert. Fifth Louisiana. Wm. M. Strickler. Eighth Louisiana. Father Schmilders. Ninth Louisiana. Rev. F. McCarthy. First Louisiana. Father Sheran. Second Louisiana. Robert Hardee. Tenth Louisiana. Fourteenth Louisiana. Fifteenth Louisiana. Terry's Brigade (Stonewall, J. M. Jones' and Steuart's Virginia Brigades). Second Virginia. Rev. Mr. McVeigh; A. C. Hopkins. Fifth Virginia. E. Payson Walton; C. S. M. See. Fourth Virginia. F. C. Tebbs; Wm. R. McNeer. Twenty-seventh Virginia. L. C. Vass. Thirty-third Virginia. J. M. Grandin. Twenty-third Virginia. Paul C. Morton. Tenth Virginia. J. P. Hyde; S. S. Lambeth; Rev. Mr. Balthis. Thirty-seventh Virgi