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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 13: results of the work and proofs of its genuineness (search)
in time to receive the last pressure of that dear hand, and to hear from his own lips this solemn declaration, I have never believed in a deathbed repentance; so for three years I have, every night, before retiring to rest, earnestly prayed to God, not so much that He would spare my life as that He would prepare me for this day, and save my soul. Comforting words! welling up from a brave, honest, sincere heart, and recalling the kindred declarations of Jackson and of Havelock. George Washington Stuart, of Fairfax county, Virginia, private in the Rockbridge Artillery, fell at Chancellorsville and needs no fitter epitaph than the following extract from a letter from General R. E. Lee to his sister, dated Camp Fredericksburg, May 11, 1863: I grieve greatly on my own account. I am deprived of one whom I loved and admired, and whose presence always brought me pleasure. His gentleness, his manliness, his goodness won the affection of all, and all sorrow at his death. But think