But to return to Wesley. He next visited Caledon, where convenient preaching-house had recently been erected, which after the seats had been removed, just contained the congregation. The power of the Lord was unusually present, many were cut to the heart, and refused to be comforted until God spoke peace to their souls, and many more rejoiced with joy unspeakable.
'History of Methodism in Ireland' Volume I, p401.
Wesley spoke in the preaching house, but location is unknown.