Broadsea - James Turner (1860)

Quite spontaneously during this first movement, entire villages that included St Combs, Charlestown, Inverallochy, Cairnbulg, Braodsea, Fraserburgh attended religious gatherings and 'fell under deep conviction of sin.'

After labouring for another week in Broadsea, Fraserburgh, Pittulie, and Rosehearty with the same terrible earnestness and equally surprising results he returned, quite worn out, to Peterhead in the end of Dec. 1859

"James Turner or how to reach the masses,' by E McHardie, page 22.

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