Cullen - James Turner (1860)

During the time that Mr Turner laboured in Portknockie, he went on several occasions to Cullen, and at this, and other times held a good many meetings there. In Cullen, the excitement produced was not nearly so great as in some other places, but many are of opinion that the amount of real and permanent good done was more than in Portknockie. With very few exceptions, those who gave anything like satisfactory evidence of conversion have remained steadfast, and two or three of these are now studying for the work of the ministry.

"Life and Labours of James Turner," by William Robbie.

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