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, assembled among the graves, and tombstones, and monuments, erected to the memory of the dead; listening to the solemn expounding of the word of God. Doubtless many a brave soldier asked himself the solemn question. Shall, I die unprepared to meet God and be buried among strangers — will my fond mother, doting wife, or loving sister, ever know my fate? They, perhaps, will look long and anxiously for my return; but, alas ! they; perhaps, will look in vain. Home, loved wife and children, O. Lord, when will I be permitted to see them again in a land of peace, and liberty, and speech, and action? June 16.--We got a Memphis paper of the 11th, from which we learn of the attack on Port Hudson. Our boys are greatly rejoined at the success of the brave defenders of Port Hudson. All in good spirits; firing about as usual. June 21.--Not much of interest the last few days. The firing yesterday morning, from 4 to 10 o'clock A. M., was the heaviest that we had during the siege.