Harlech (1859)



Bala, so long honoured and blest by the labours of the apostolic Charles, is the scene of a power­ful revival. At Dolgelly, and throughout the whole coun­try lying between the rivers Davey and Mowddy; from Barmouth, along the sea-coast till we come to Harlech and Talsarnau;—from thence to Maentwrog, Festiniog, and the quarry regions beyond, the mighty movement is felt.

From ‘The Welsh Revival’ by Thomas Phillips.


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