Drumbanagher (1859)

The minister, Rev. R. Lindsay, tells of a great open-air meeting:

“The meeting was held in the open air, as it far exceeded the capacity of the church. A special train from Newry augmented the number. The Rev. Hugh Hanna, from Belfast, addressed the assembly. There were several manifest convictions, and more fruit was hopefully looked for.”


In the Presbyterian churches, Drumbanagher, the Revival work is still making progress. Scarcely a Sabbath passes on which one or more persons are not convinced of sin. One person was "stricken down" on last Sunday in Poyntzpass Episcopal Church. --Banner of Ulster

From ‘The Revival Newspaper,’ Volume i, p162, Dec 17th, 1859.

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