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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix: letters from our army workers. (search)
's tender care for his chaplains, and his concern in whatever affects their usefulness. At the same time he sent Captain Smith, his aidede-camp, to see me, and also Lieutenant Marsden, my wife's cousin, with permission to remain and nurse me if I needed attention. This was during my illness at Mr. Buckner's, 1863. With another apology for want of modesty, I am affectionately yours, A. C. Hopkins. [From Rev. Dr. Theoderick Pryor, Presbyterian Missionary Chaplain to First Corps.] Brunswick county, Virginia, February 26, 1867. (Rev. J. Wm. Jones: Rev. and Dear Brother: I have learned through the religious press your purpose, as suggested in your letter. I heartily commend the enterprise and the objects sought to be promoted by it. And most gladly would I contribute, according to my ability, towards the accomplishment of your purpose. Whilst with the army (a period of about two years), my impressions are most favorable as to the influence and effect of religious truth. It ap