Northlew (1817)

Without taking any refreshment O'Bryan hastened to Northlew, which was reached with difficulty, as the road was underwater, and he had to wade through it for a considerable distance. On his arrival, without changing his garments or taking anything to eat, he began his service in the balrn, and under the Word two young men soon fell to the ground. A glorious love feast followed. Mr O'Bryan continued with the friends until 2 o'clock, but many persons remained until daylight. The people here have never seen it on this fashion, and Mr O'Bryan and many others were unspeakably happy.

The Bible Christians: Their Origin and History (1815-1900) - Page 54.