Trefin (1806)



1806 Tre-fin, Pembrokeshire. ‘It gave me great pleasure to find that religion is undergoing a revival in your country. I have been expecting this delightful intelligence sometime from Pembrokeshire, knowing that many in your country are longing for it. The Lord does not excite this longing in his children without intending to visit them. Be very thankful to him for the least manifestation of his favour to you. Give him no rest, day or night; more is to be communicated from him, and more to be done in your country.’ [Letter from John Elias to Miss Davies of Carnachen-wen near Tre-fin, dated 29 October 1806 in Edward Morgan, John Elias: Life, Letters and Essays, Edinburgh, 1973, p.302] This information was kindly provided by Geraint Jones

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