Town Hall, Monmouth (1862)

A few young Christian men having invited Mr Alexander, a working man from London, who has been labouring in Whitchurch for a few weeks, to come to this town, he held meetings in the town hall on Tuesday, December 31 and in the congressional chapel on January 1 and on Tuesday the seventh in the Wesleyan Chapel. His labours at each place were crowned with abundant success and our own had such a stirring as have not been felt for some time before. Upwards of 20 profess to have found peace through believing in Christ and many more went away convinced.

'The Revival', vol vi, 8/2/1862.

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