Sheffield - Primitive Methodists (1820)

On Sunday, June 19th, he (Jeremiah Gilbert) preached at five o'clock in the morning in Young Street, Sheffield; at seven in Water Lane, and then laboured hard at a camp-meeting, and conducted a love-feast in the evening, at which thirty persons were supposed to obtain pardoning mercy. Ten or twelve more found peace at a meeting on the following night, and similar success is recorded as having been realised by this devoted man for several weeks in succession.

From, ‘The History of the Primitive Methodist Connexion from its origin,p98

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