Although there is no absolute statement about salvations, I assume there were many.
Next day I accompanied those beloved brethren to Irvine, where at noon, in the large Parish Church, Mr
Moody again preached and Mr Sankey sang the gospel. The church was full, though it was term day, and though the intimation of their coming was given but a few hours before. As the brethren were on their way to Ayr, they could not tarry for an after-meeting, but the ministers of the town arranged to have a united meeting in the evening, to carry forward the good work.
"Times of Blessing," June 4th, 1874.
I assume it was here.