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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Religious condition of our Soldiers, (search)
ing I can to aid you in so good a work." There is reason to hope that in a few weeks fully a dozen colporteurs will be operation among the in the Valley Gen. Edward Johnson, though not a professor of religion, encourages colpora to visit his command. On one occasion when orders had been given that no one was to to enter the lines, a colporteurs me, and no sooner was the object of his mission made known than the General gave him a cordial welcome: "We are always glad to see you; stay with us and do all the good you can." He then took the good man to his own tent, and shared with him his blankets. We have now more than one hundred engaged in these labors of love among the soldiers, and hope that the day is not distant when number shall be more than doubled. The are white fate the harvest. I expect soon to visit the army at Dublin, Cumberland Gap, and Knoxville. Persons desirous of aiding the cause can dose by enclosing their done to me at Richmond, Va. A. D. Dickinson.
Virginian, of Friday, publishes the following. For a week past, most contradictory and exaggerated accounts have reached us of the approach of the enemy to Dublin Dep Wytheville, Tazewell C. H. the S H. Works, &c., &c., some of which are untrue. There was skirmish one day last week not f from Mercer C. H, and that villag, as well as all along the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, unbounded c tement existed last Saturday and Sunday, caused by the reported advance of the enemy upon Dublin, Wytheville, and the Salt Work. The excitement was caused by the enemy advancing into mercer county, some 1,000 1,500 strong. Our small cavalry force, under Coy-fifth Virginia regiment going to his relief. He alarmed them by stating that the enemy was in hot pursuit, and for them to make their escape. he hurried on to Dublin or Wytheville, and alarmed the people by stating, as well as telegraphing to the War Department that from 1,500 to 2,000 Federals were advancing upon the points a