e to make a good report to the Commander above.
I did want again to see my mother, but I musn't mind that.
We shall meet in a better land" After a time, and almost his last words, he said, "If I could only see my mother and get her last kiss.
I would willingly die and go up yonder to a sweet little sister we buried six short months ago. Oh, Mr. Duncan, wouldn't that be Grand — wouldn't that be Grand."
The name of this young hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regiment, commanded by the gallant and lamented Bartow.
They were worthy of each other.
May their example animate and strengthen us for the future contest.
"And I have put my words in thy mouth, and have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand. "
The Rev. J. D. Coulling preached as excellent sermon at Trinity (M. E) Church, from the 20th chapter of 2d Chronicles, 9th ve