Methodist Episcopal Church. The Methodist Magazine, designed as a Compend of Useful Knowledge, and of Religious and Missionary Intelligence, for the year of our Lord 1827. Volume X. New York: N. Bangs, and J. Emory, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1827. First Edition.
Full leather, outer joints weak, front partially cracked. 5 1/4 x 8 3/4, crazing to spine, spine title labels chipped. 484 pp., tight, page edges dyed yellow, portrait of Ma-nuncue, "an Indian Chief of the Wyandot Tribe & a licensed Preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church." Lacks the front free end papers, recent former owner's signature on the front paste-down. Good. 
This volume has many reports of revivals, including: Account of the work of God at Newport, Kentucky;Religious publications the means of promoting revivals of religion; Sketches of revivals of religion in the western country; Brief view of the state of religion in Sciota circuit, Ohio conference; Revival reports from 53 different circuits or villages.
Also include reports from various missions to the American Indians, and a Memoir of Between-the-logs, a Wyandot chief and Methodist preacher.