Plymouth Circuit - Adam Clarke (1786)

The Lord s blessing so rested upon the ministry of his servants among a society which they had found in a distracted and dwindling condition, that, at the end of the year, they had the gratification to report not only the return of many of the wanderers but an accession of more than a hundred members. The congregations, too, had become immense. The people of the towns, and the marine population of the ships in the Hamoaze, came in crowds to hear the word of God.

From, ‘The life of the Rev Adam Clarke’, by J W Etheridge, 1859, p101

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