Monday, February 8, 2010


Mon 8 Feb 1742: I rode to Bath, and in the evening explained the latter part of the seventh of St. Luke. Observing many noisy persons at the end of the room, I went and stood in the midst of them. But the greater part slipped away to that end from which I came, and then took heart, and cried aloud again. I paused, to give them their full scope, and then began a particular application to them. They were very quiet in a short time, and I trust will not forget it so soon as some of them may desire.

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