Apr 2nd - The congregations were very good. At night the Chapel was packed, aisles and everywhere: a very respectable gathering. I preached in the morning with great liberty and power, and at night I had a comfortable time to myself; the people wept very much. We had not the amount of good done I expected. The friends took down sixteen names.
From a letter by William Booth to Catherine. 'Life of General William Booth', by Harold Begbie, Volume I, page 256.
The church no longer exists.