"This evening I preached at Danbrook on Dewsbury Bank. As soon as I began giving out the first hymn, I felt the power of God descend upon me and gave notice that we should have a glorious time. Presently, cries and groans and agonising prayers were heard all around and several were in distress. In a while the anguish of their hearts was removed and their souls entered the glorious liberty of the children of God."
'Lives of Early Methodist Preachers', by Thomas Jackson, Volume VI, page 104.
I do not know where Dewsbury Bank was.