Laurencekirk (1860)

We have a most blessed work going on in the Mearns here. It is just Ireland set down at our own door. Conversions counted by tens and twenties at Laurencekirk, Fordoun, Mary-kirk, and now I hear of it going on to Bervie. Meetings at Laurencekirk nightly, many souls in deep distress under con­viction of sin, and many already enjoying peace. It first began in its public manifestation at some of the open-air services of our dear brother Johnston. Souls struck down by the arrow of conviction, and the wounded healed by the balm of Gilead. —Extract from a Letter.

This is from Volume i, The Revival Newspaper p60

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I do not know where these meetings were held, but they were probably in the free church.

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