"Mr Wesley expressed a desire for me to accompany him to the west of England. We had many refreshing seasons in different places, but we had one in Redruth that exceeded them all. Here the windows of heaven were, as it were, opened and the skies poured down righteousness. I believe there was not a dry eye in the whole congregation. I do not remember that we had such a remarkable season in all our journey, although we had many displays of the power and love of God."
'Lives of Early Methodist Preachers', by Thomas Jackson, Volume V, page 182.