Since I wrote last we have had a visit from W Hill of London. He was with us till last Monday and preached in the Hope Hall, the Teutonic Hall and the Concert Hall to large audiences. Great power seems to attend the proclamation of the truth by this dear brother and many hearts were melted under his faithful but loving appeals. On Sunday evening especially, in the Concert Hall, there were many brought under the conviction of sin and we trust some were enabled to rejoice in Jesus as a complete and sufficient Saviour. On Tuesday Richard Weaver commenced a series of four special services in Pitt Street chapel, the largest building that could be obtained. He has been there every night since and will be this evening also, after which he leaves for Manchester. All classes have flocked in thousands to hear him and a great many have been arrested by the spirit of God and brought to Jesus. While it is especialy the working classes that he seems fitted to reach, still not a few of our better educated and more refined people have been led to serious thought by his plain, honest, home thrusts and I am sure there are very many who will not soon forget his earnest, burning appeals on Tuesday night.
From, 'The Revival', Volume v, 30th November 1861.
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