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his soul for the Southern cause and for those who had gone out to fight for him and his. Heintzleman then told him, in any thing but a gentlemanly way, that unless he prayed for the Union and thhis church to be closed. In reply Mr. L. said that his heart could not be manacled; that he (Heintzleman) had the power to close the church, but that if it was open and he officiated, he should certore departing Mr. Leftwitch propounded this question. "Do I understand you, sir, (addressing Heintzleman,) to deny the freedom of prayer as well as of speech?" The question was a poser, and for a moment Heintzleman hung his head, and what was left of shame for a second suffused his face; but soon recovering himself he answered peremptorily, "Yes.""Very well," said Mr. Leftwitch, "be it so; but ndation, and some of the soldiers, who dare express an opinion of their own, severely condemn Heintzleman's act. The denial of the right of freedom of prayer cannot fail to have its effect at ho