This account does not mention ‘revival’, but the language indicates one, and he does mention revival over the following few days.
"Saturday, September 26th. I went out to Coxhoe, and held in the evening a fellowship meeting. The next was a glorious day, a day of days for God's children there. Such a weeping time I hardly ever knew. We had a sweet love-feast at Hill Top in the afternoon; but the evening service, closed with the Sacrament of the Supper, crowned all. Every heart seemed melted, and at the Lord's table two of our leading friends entered joyously into the bliss of perfect love.”From ‘The Life of the Rev Thomas Collins, by Samuel Coley, p149 http://www.archive.org/details/lifeofrevthoscol00coleiala