, and though the Bristoe campaign, Longstreet's move to the battle of Chickamauga and his East Tennessee campaign, the cold weather which prevented outdoor services, and the very active campaign of 1864, all tended to interrupt the regular services, the interest by no means ceased, and there was no time at which there was not a precious revival in some of the commands.
Charleston, December 28.
I am glad to inform you that the good work commenced in the Twenty-sixth Virginia Regiment at Burton's farm still continues.
Brother Wiatt (chaplain) has baptized fifteen since they reached Charleston, and others are waiting to be baptized, and still others are concerned about their souls.
They have nightly prayer-meetings, and after the meeting is over singing and other devotional exercises are continued in the different messes until bedtime.
One of the most interesting features in this revival is, that the young converts, almost without an exception, take hold of the work, and pray, a