The inhabitants of Manchester, Salford, and Pendleton, remember many of those seasons, with a mixture of the most exalted feelings. Those of Barton will never forget the last love-feast which Mr Bramwell held among them when upward of thirty souls were set at liberty. On that occasion he informed me that for nearly two hours he did not know whether he was in the body or not.
From, ‘Memoir of the Life and Ministry of William Bramwell, by James Sigston, published in 1836, p295.
I am not sure of the location, but it was within 300 yards of the marker.