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Welsh Revival 1904


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THE RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN WALES - Issue 3.

Awstin

& Other Special Correspondents of the "Western Mail"

Published by Western Mail, Limited, Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Merthyr, Brecon & etc


About this Pamhlet

This, the third of the series of Revival Pamphlets issued by the Western Mail Limited, brings the story of the great revival in South Wales down to the end of January, 1905.



Moriah Chapel today
‘Not yet three months old, (January 31, 1905) its progress had been simply phenomenal. It has swept over the greater part of South Wales, including Monmouthshire. Mid?Wales in many districts has felt its influence, and whole neighbourhoods in North Wales have come under its sway, the places most deeply affected in Glamorgan. . . . It is estimated that the number of converts who have publicly renounced a life of sin cannot be far short of 80,000, a figure which gives an average of from 6,000 to 7,000 per week.’

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