Dunshalt (1862)

A correspondent in Edinburgh writes: "I understand that there has been a real awakening felt at Drumshelt and Auchtermuchty under the fervid prayers and powerful appeals of Miss -- of this city, who has been more owned for the last six months to arouse careless souls than anyone I have heard of. She is now at Cockenzie among the fishermen, and the same effects are following her labours. She never opens her lips to tell of the love of Jesus but souls are struck, for the hand of the Lord is with her.

"The Wynd Journal," April 12th, 1862.

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