The late services of Messrs. Moody and Sankey at Liverpool seem to have infused fresh life into the different churches in this town. Several services have been held for the purpose of awakening the multitude, which have not been altogether unsuccessful. Last week united prayer meetings were held each night and a prayer meeting for working men at midday. The meetings were all densely crowded.
"Llangollen Advertiser," 26th March, 1875.
The Calvinistic Methodist Association report.
A conversation ensued about the religious revival which is now spreading over the Principality. It was reported that about 250 had joined the churches (Welsh) in Liverpool, 200 at Rhosllanerchnigog, upwards of 60 at Mold, about the same number at Amlwch, besides a large number at Bangor, Llanberris, Rhyl, and other places.
"The Cambrian News," 23rd April, 1875