A few cursory extracts from Mr Smith's correspondence during the years 1822 and 1823, will enable the reader to form some idea of the happy results of his efforts. " Oct. 8.— A few weeks ago at Nunney, we had a blessed love-feast. Nine found peace, and five the Tuesday following: seven on the Wednesday, one on Monday, and one on Friday. Yesterday week at Wamstow, five found peace. Last Wednesday night at Kilmington, I think ten found peace. A few others in different places have been saved since we came. I believe we shall see a great and glorious work:'—''
R Treffry's 'Life of John Smith' p192
This must have been where the meetings were. It is now a private house.