I am thankful to say the Lord is blessing us in a wonderful manner here, some of the worst characters in Guernsey have come to our meetings. God's Spirit has laid hold on them and they have had to cry for mercy. Glory be to God! He has heard them cry and spoken peace to many a weary sin-sick soul who are today in the ranks of the Army, inviting their friends and companions to go with them to heaven. Our meetings are grand both outside and in the Hall. Last week we had souls nearly every night, 10 and 12 at a time. Praise God! Last Sunday was a glorious day, 54 Army converts in procession. At night, crowded Hall, deep conviction: nine souls. Hallelujah! Monday night, good open-air; very precious time inside, 25 out seeking pardon. Making 110 since we commenced on the 7th of August; to God be all the glory. We are going on in the strength of our King, believing for great victories through the blood of the Lamb.
From, 'The War Cry', November 1880.
I do not know where the meetings were held.