Dow, Lorenzo History of Cosmopolite (1848)

ISBN 13: 9780217488600

History of Cosmopolite (1848)

9780217488600: History of Cosmopolite (1848)

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1848 edition. Excerpt: ... conviction through one, more than from a whole sermon, which if the person had silenced, he would have quenched the spirit of God. I spoke sixteen times while here, which was short of six days; I think about twenty professed to find peace in that time; some back sliders were reclaimed, sinners awakened, and a considerable move in the town. Afterwards I was informed by a letter that the revival went on increasing, so that three, five, eight, and even so many as fourteen appeared to be converted at a meeting, besides sundry who found peace in the afternoon, evening and morning after my departure. 21st. I found a similar people in Stockport, who had been driven out from the Kilhamites; I held meeting with them at night and next morning, which were comfortable times. The late society who separated at the band room in Manchester, have been the abuse of itinerancy so much, that they are prejudiced against having any at all, but think the gospel can be spread sufficiently by local preachers alone. This is a misconception. 22d. I arrived in the evening at Oldham, where also I found some of what may be called the third division; had good times at night and in the morning. 23d. The Doctor was with me all this time, and helped me some at Macclesfield; but being disappointed of a place in the coach, we set off on foot for Leeds in York Shire, where we arrived next day in the afternoon. On the way we were frequently beset with rain; and the Doctor having left his cloak and great coat behind was exposed to the weather, and being unaccustomed to be much wet with rain, having always had a good fire at home, he was now put to his shifts, possessing a delicate constitution, and strove to take shelter beside a wall or a rock more than once or twice;...

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