Janeway, Jacob J.; Neill, William; Ely, Ezra Stiles. A Digest compiled from the records of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; And from the records of the Late Synod of New York and Philadelphia, of their Acts and Proceedings, that appear to be of Permanent Authority and Interest; together with A Short Account of the Missions conducted by the Presbyterian Church. By Order of the General Assembly. Philadelphia: Printed for the Trustees of the Assembly by R. P. M'Culloh, 1820. 
Full calf with red leather spine title label, gilt rules to spine, binding with light wear and very good, 4 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches, page edges dyed yellow. "Property of the Presbytery of Long Island" in brown ink on the ffep, similar inscription on Extract page with addition of "bought Aug 29, 1821." 391 pp., tight, light foxing, old rather faint tidemark in the top margin of some sections. Very good. Full calf.
The Rev. Drs. Janeway, Neill, and Ely were appointed by the General Assembly to compile this record.
“This volume will be found to contain, not only every thing of permanent authority, scattered through the printed extracts, but a number of interesting articles never before published, as well from the Records of the late Synod of New York and Philadelphia as from those of the Assembly...The operations of the General Assembly, constituted in the 1788, by that Synod, and convened for the first time in 1789, embrace a period of thirty years. Their manuscript minutes fill three large folios; and their printed extracts amount to more than three octavo volumes. Their manuscript minutes fill three large folios; and their printed extracts amount to more than three octavo volumes. All these have been carefully searched, together with a folio containing the manuscript records of the late Synod, in quest of materials for this book. Whatever could be found in these volumes of permanent authority or interest, has been selected and arranged under the proper heads.” - from the Preface.