Arundel, John; et al. The Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle. 1832. Vol. X. New Series. London: Frederick Westley and A. H. Davis, 1832. First Edition. 
Quarter calf, marbled boards, 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, spine abraded with some loss, retains the two black leather title labels, outer joints cracked with strong inner paper hinges. Rebacked sometime with the original backstrip relaid. 592 clean pp., double columns, former owner's signature on the end papers. This volume does not have the portraits of ministers bound in. Good.
Not in Roberts, although the volume for 1822 is mentioned. This periodical began in 1793 and some form of it continued until 1904. It was aimed at Calvinists within the evangelical movement in Great Britain and was supported by both churchmen and independents. It strongly supported evangelism and revivals, as well as giving thoughtful articles in theology, biography, missionary society reports, book reviews, &c.
Of revival interest in this volume: Conversion during an American Revival; Reflections on the Present State of Religion, in connexion with Revivals; Revival in Religion amongst the Calvinistic Methodists in Carnarvonshire, North Wales; Signs of Prosperity in a Christian Church, and the best Means of promoting such Prosperity; Revival Meeting at Staines, Middlesex.
The bulk of this volume pertains to foreign missions, with letters and reports from such places as China, African Islands, Batavia, Berbice, British Guiana, Huahine, kaira, Latakoo, Madagascar, Malacca, Pinang, Tahiti, South Sea Mission, Tahiti and the Pitcairn Islanders