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A lady, writing from the hospital at Culpeper Court House, says:
I have lost four of my patients.
Three of them died rejoicing in Jesus.
They were intelligent, noble, godly young men. One from Virginia said to me as he was dying: Sing me a hymn.
I repeated, Jesus, lover of my soul.
He remarked, Where else but in Jesus can a poor sinner trust?
Just as he passed away, he looked up and said, Heaven is so sweet to me; and to the presence of Jesus he went.
Another from South Carolina seemed very happy, and sung with great delight, Happy day, when Jesus washed my sins away.
Young B——, of Virginia, was resigned and even rejoiced at the near prospect of death.
He repeated the line.
How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord.
His end was peace.
One of these young men had determined to enter the Christian ministry.
The scene described by Rev. Mr. Crumley, as he distributed among the soldiers, after one of the Maryland campaigns, the supplies sent forward by t