New York

A great complaint was made to me by some of the most religious inhabitants of it, that it was a very complacent place, and that a work of God had never been carried on in it since its first settlement...About five in the evening I preached on the common to five or six thousand people, but observed no scoffers as there were when I was here last. The people were still and quiet after I began; and though I did not perceive much power in the congregation, yet God enabled me to speak with all boldness.