ing received a visit the night before from Colonel Moody, the fighting Methodist parson; as he was al.
Of course, the city was greatly excited.
Moody said he went in search of Johnson, at the edgeto him, manifesting intense feeling, and said, Moody, we are sold out!
Buel is a traitor!
He is g to become calm.
Suddenly he turned and said, Moody, can you pray?
That is my business, sir, as aer of the Gospel, returned the Colonel.
Well, Moody, I wish you would pray, said Johnson; and instntly he crawled over on his hands and knees to Moody's side, and put his arm over him, manifesting n took a long breath, and said, with emphasis, Moody, I feel better!
Shortly afterwards he asked, me?
Certainly I will, was the answer.
Well, Moody, I can depend upon you; you are one in a hundr of his thought having changed, and said, Oh!
Moody, I don't want you to think I have become a relious.
No one knows this better than you; but, Moody, there is one thing about it — I do believe in
4, 17, 18, 20, 47, 57, 157.
General Scott and Jones the sculptor, 34; great men, 37; Daniel Webster, 37, 131; Thad. Stevens, 38; a little more light and a little less noise, 49; tax on state banks, 53; Andy Johnson and Colonel Moody, 102; chin fly, 129; Secretary Cameron's retirement, 138; Wade and Davis' manifesto, 145; second advent, 147; nothing but a noise, 155; swabbing windows, 159; mistakes, 233; picket story, 233; plaster of psalm tunes 239; Fox River, 240; nudum Band, 168.
Massa Sam's dead, 207.
McClellan, 130, 113, 227, 255.
McCulloch, Hon., Hugh, 179, 185.
McKaye, Colonel, 208.
Miller, Hon. S. F., 174.
Mills, Judge J. T., ( Wis.,) 305.
Mix, Captain, 261.
Moody, Colonel, 102.
Morgan, John, 259.
Morgan, Senator, 74.
Murtagh, Mr., (Washington,) 321.
Nasby papers, 151.
Norfolk, (capture,) 104, 240.
Odell, Hon. M. F., 170, 178.