Davies, E. The Boy Preacher; or, the Life and Labors of Rev. Thomas Harrison. Together with Sketches of the most remarkable Revivals in which he has been engaged. Boston: James P. Magee, 1881. First Edition.
Cloth hardcover, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2, small worm hole front outer joint, binding otherwise very good and tight. Former owner's signature on the ffep, engraved portrait with tissue guard, 240 clean and unmarked pp. Very good. Hardcover. 
Roberts, Revival Literature, 1399. Jones, A Guide to the Study of the Holiness Movement, 5613.
Chapters: Evangelists in the Church; Birth and Early Life; Summerfield and Harrison; Revivals in Baltimore; Baltimore Revivals Continued; Revivals in Washington, D. C.; Secrets of Success; Camp Meeting Labors; Wharton Street Church, Philadelphia; Brooklyn Revival; Revival in Scott M. E. Church, Philadelphia; Closing Day at Scott M. E. Church; Remarkable Incidents; Mr. Harrison’s Familiar Talks; Revival in Meriden, Conn.
Thomas Harrison, b. 1854 in Boston, Mass., converted at age 15, studied at Talmadge's "Lay College" in Brooklyn. He became a successful evangelist of the Methodist Episcopal Church and was associated with the Holiness Movement of his day.
We find only two other original copies for sale (Oct. 2019); they are priced at $250 and $300.