From Sunderland, Mr Caughey went to Gateshead, being invited to that circuit by the Rev. S. Dixon, the Superintendent. Before the close of the first week, one hundred and twenty-six were saved. On the 12th of September, he retired to Scarborough, partly for seclusion, and partly to recruit his health, which was failing.
From 'Methodism in Earnest' at www.revival-library.org
I do not know where these meetings took place.