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THE RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN WALES - Issue 6.

Awstin

& Other Special Correspondents of the "Western Mail"

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


About this pamphlet

This final edition of the series covers the only mission Evan Roberts held outside of Wales. It was Wednesday 29th March, 1905 that Evan Roberts began his labours in the city of Liverpool, where scores of thousands of Welsh people lived.

He laboured there for almost three weeks until Tues. April 18th when he boarded a train at Lime Street station bound for North Wales. It is estimated that 750 converts joined the churches as a result of his ministry and these pages report the daily meetings as they occurred.

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This pamphlet is NOT in the public domain. To reproduce any of its contents, in whole or in part, permission must be secured from the Western Mail, Cardiff, Wales. It is used here with their kind permission.

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