We have been favoured with a visit from Mr H. M. Hooke at Sutton, and, with the blessing of God, he has been made very useful, not only to sinners but also to the different churches. Many sinners have been converted, hundreds have professed to get liberty, backsliders have been reclaimed, the members of the different churches have been quickened, and the name of the Lord is glorified. The good work is still going on; we have service in one or more of the chapels every night and the people flock to hear the Word preached from one or another of his servants. Much good has been done, and a good work
is still going on.
"The Revival," May 21st, 1863.