James Caughey Nottingham meetings (1846)



The revival in Nottingham was more glorious than all. Mr Caughey opened his commission there on the 10th of May 1846, and in the short space of one month upwards of fourteen hundred were converted to God. Sunday, the 31st of May, and two days following, Mr Caughey spent at Castle Donnington, and one hundred and eighty persons were converted to God. He then returned to Nottingham and completed his engagement on the 12th of June.

From 'Methodism in Earnest' at www.revival-library.org

Additional Information

I do not know where these meetings took place.


Related Wells