Three clergymen--two of the Roman Catholic Church, and one of the Episcopal (Rev. D. Weston), have visited Beall by his request; and a few other acquaintances or friends have seen him. the Diocesan Convention of his State.--Twice on Friday he took the sacrament, administered by Dr. Weston.
In the course of the morning, Beall expressed a desire to have a photographic picture ofd the guard to the place of execution.
Beall marched out of the "garrison" by the side of Dr. Weston, who read the "commendatory prayer" from the Episcopal liturgy.
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A chair had been placed directly under the rope, and the prisoner at first sat down, the Rev. Mr. Weston standing beside him; but after sitting a moment, he rose and pushed the chair aside with ways appearing to avoid looking at any one around him.
When the adjutant had finished, Rev. Dr. Weston intend aloud the prayer for the dead, the soldiers listening with breathless anxiety, and m