On New Year's Day, David Morgan held three services at Devil's Bridge, the power intensifying in each. An old minister writes: "The evening service was terrible. So near was the Revivalist to his God, that his face shone like that of an angel so that none could gaze steadfastly at him. Many of the hearers swooned. On the way home I dared not break the silence for miles. Towards midnight I ventured to say, *Didn't we have blessed meetings, Mr Morgan?' *Yes,' he replied; and after a pause, added, *The Lord would give us great things if He could only trust us.' ' What do you mean? ' I asked. *If He could trust us not to be thieves; if He could trust us not to steal the glory for ourselves.' Then the midnight air rang with his cry, at the top of his voice, * Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto Thy name give glory.' "
From, 'The '59 Revival' by J J Morgan, page 34.
I assume this was where the meeting was.