A letter from Germantown, Ky., states, that “at Augusta, Five Lick, Bethel, and at Washington, there is a glorious work of grace in progress.”
After describing some interesting particulars of his work, the writers say,
“We have received into society, within the bounds of this circuit, since last November, about four hundred members, most of whom are rejoicing in the love of God. Hallelujah! . . .”
“Where we once had our eight or ten to preach to, we now have crowded houses of serious and well disposed hearers. In private and pubic, religion is all the theme - opposed by some, and defended by many.”
excerpts from The Methodist Review, 1828, p. 278.