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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aaeth r IIndia gtryn amserynol-mae-yr egiwys yny i lle wedi bod heb weinidog er y pryd hwnw. 1 Mae "Gwennap Pit," yn ,ornwal, yn lie Cysegr- edig yn nheimlanu y Wvesleyaid fel y lie y bu yr enwog Wesley. yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drink a glass of ale with my crust, and the landlord of the house, bearing me in. quire for Gwennap Pit, offered to accompany me. He was going with an old friend of his to a funeral at St. Day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which we must reserve. This evening the ex- President, the Rev. J. Rattenbuiy, is' to preach in the celebrated Gwennap Pit The prospect of this setvicb'is producing great excitement, and an account of which we shall give to-otow;' ''' !REWA Subscribers-only content

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    and every imaginable kind of conveyance, the Cornish men and women flocked to enjoy another preaching treat at this Gwennap Pit. Some say there were 20,000 there, and right lustily did this great multitude sing some of those fine hymns Subscribers-only content

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    the gathesings to hear Wesley Were immense. Lost us try t 0 describe one of them. It was at Gwennap Pit, a vast ex cavation on a hill-side, supposed to be the work of ancient miners. The day is fine, Subscribers-only content

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