One of the finest and most extensive periodicals recounting two critical, related movement in the early nineteenth century; i.e. the Second Great Awakening and the American Missionary Revival. 845pp. of irreplaceable primary resource material.
The Religious Intelligencer for the Year Ending May, 1821. Containing the Principal Transactions of the Various Bible and Missionary Societies, with particular accounts of Revivals of Religion. New-Haven: Conducted and Published Weekly, by Nathan Whiting. 1820. 845pp
*Letter from John Williams of the South Sea Islands, Raiatea. [More than one]
*Letter from Robert Morrison of China, March 18, 1819. [More than one]
*Letter from Pliny Fisk, Missionary to Smyrna [More than one]
*Letter detailing the Revival of Religion in Pleasant Valley, Hackensack, and Poughkeepsie from John Clark.
*Conversion of Mr. Michael Surgon, a Jew at Madras
*A Narrative of the Late Revival of Religion in Ballston, New York under Reuben Smith
*The Revival of Religion at Hamilton College
*The Affection of Negroes to their Minister
*An Account of the Revival of Religion at Providence, Rhode Island
*Plan for the Promotion of Revivals of Religion
*Letter from Mr. William F. Vail of the Osage Mission [Multiple]
*Letter from Mr. Jabez B. Hyde of the Mission to the Seneca Indians [Multiple]
*Letter from Mr. Bacon of Sierra Leone regarding African Colonization
*The Revival of Religion at Galway, New York
*Baptism of a Converted Jew at Edinburgh
*Letter from the Missionaries at Serampore [i.e. William Carey, etc.] [Multiple]
*A Letter from Mr. Jarrett of Madras India re: Jews in India and the work fo the London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews
*The Revival of Religion at Concord, New Hampshire
*The Revival of Religion at Newport, Rhode Island
*Account of the London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews by Lewis Way
*The Revival of Religion at Coventry, Connecticut
*The Mission to the Choctaw Nation at Elliot [Mr. Kingsbury] [Multiple]
*Report of the American Colonization Society
*Revivals of Religion in New Bedford, Fair Haven, etc., by James Barnaby
*A Revival of Religion in a Sabbath School at Chillicothe, Ohio
*Translation of the Scriptures by William Ward and William Carey at the Serampore Mission
*Revival of Religion at Dudley, Massachusetts
*Letter from Sarah Hoyt and Catharine Brown of the Cherokee Mission [Multiple]
*Revival of Religion at Bedford County, Tennessee
*The Revival of Religion at Chelsea, Vermont under Calvin Noble
*Mission to the Indians at Stockbridge, Mass.
*On the Subject of Promoting Revivals of Religion
*The Revival of Religion at Findley, Ohio under Jacob Lindly
*An Account of the Work of God among the Wyandott Indians at Upper Sandusky from James B. Finley
*The Boston Jews’ Society by Horatio Bardwell
*The Mission to the Sandwich Islands / Hawaii [Multiple / An Extensive Series]
*The Revival of Religion in Byfield, Massachusetts
*A Letter from Indian Chief, David Folsom
*The College at Washington by Luther Rice, etc.
*The Mission at Burmah [Adoniram Judson, etc.,] [series]
*The Revival of Religion at Pittfield, Massachusetts [Extensive]
*The Revival of Religion in New Haven under Samuel Merwin and Nathaniel W. Taylor
*The Revival of Religion in Deer Park under Samuel Blain
*Hawaii / Sandwich Islands. The Return of Prince George to Atooi
*Village Preaching in a Tent; Or, New Fashioned Meeting House. Letter from an Itinerant of the Surry Mission Society [one of the very first published instance of “tent-preaching”]
Etc., etc., etc.
Full calf, substantial 4to with some wear, handled and stained and variously foxed throughout. Very good and solid; text has seen better days, but complete.