I received a letter last week from a friend who is in Plymouth Dock circuit, who informs me of a very glorious work that is going on there, and also in Cornwall. Upwards of two thousand persons have been made happy in the love of God since the latter end of February. The meetings at Redruth continued eight days and nights, with only four hours' intermission. Persons of all ages and classes are wrought upon, and the work extends further and further. I hope it will reach Nottingham by-and-by.
From, ‘Memoirs of Mrs Mary Tatham, late of Nottingham, by Joseph Beaumont, 1838, p172.