Charlemont (1785)



I took my leave of my coeval, Mr. M’Gough, whom I scarce expect to see again in this world. About ten I preached in Blackwater-Town, in Mr. Roe’s yard, to a large and elegant congregation; and in the evening to a larger still, at the side of the Fort at Charlemount. Mrs. T. was an unspeakable blessing to this town, while Mr. T. was stationed there; and the revival of religion, which began then, has been increasing ever since.

From, John Wesley's Journal, 1st June, 1785.


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