Mr Garment, of Rosskeen (Ross-shire), writes, under date January 1841: — 'Though the prospects of the beloved Church of my fathers are becoming every day more dark and gloomy, . . . yet the prospects of this parish are becoming increasingly bright and pleasing. There has been since 1840 a very remarkable awakening and religious revival in this parish and neighbourhood, especially among the young; and numbers, I have reason to believe, have been savingly converted. ... I have been enabled to preach frequently on weekdays to attentive, impressed, and weeping congregations, who flock by night and by day to hear the Word.''
'Annals of the Disruption,' by Brown, page 11.
I do not know where the meetings were.