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Chapter 21: winter of 1863-64. The armies in the field on both sides used the interval of winter to repair their wasted energies for the spring campaign. The towns held by the Federals, and those besieged by them, continued to feel the heavy
we went into camp at Camp Bragg, 30 miles west of Camden, we there commenced our work in earnest.
Through the winter of 1863-64 we kept up our meetings in camp, had seats and pulpit prepared, and were successful in having more than one hundred con zealous Methodist.
He continued in the army to the close of the war, but for more than two years he was very wicked.
In 1863 he gave his heart to God, and went to work at once for the great Captain of his salvation.
He was instrumental in the arm
The Georgia Conference determined, if possible, to furnish one missionary to each Georgia brigade, and at the session of 1863 the work was begun by sending seven ministers:
R. B. Lester to Jackson's brigade, Army of Tennessee; A. M. Thigpen