"you Must Not Go."

A remarkable instance of deep impression occasionally made by the Holy

Spirit on the mind of the Rev. William Bramwell during prayer, occurred

in Liverpool. A pious young woman, a member of Society, wished to go to

her friends, then living in Jamaica. She took her passage, had her

luggage taken on board, and expected to sail on the following day.

Having the greatest respect for Mr. Bramwell, she waited upon him, to

leave and request an interest in his prayers. Before parting, they

knelt down, and he recommended her to the care of God. After he had been

engaged in prayer some time, he suddenly paused, and thus addressed her,

"My dear sister, you must not go to-morrow. God has just told me you

must not go." She was surprised, but he was positive, and prevailed upon

her to postpone her voyage, and assisted her to remove her luggage out

of the vessel. The ship sailed, and in about six weeks intelligence

arrived that the vessel was lost, and all on board had perished.