Alexander, Archibald. Evidences of the Authenticity, Inspiration, and Canonical Authority of the Holy Scriptures. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, c.1890. 
Green cloth decorated in black & blind, bright gilt titles to spine, 5 x 7 3/4 inches, light shelf-wear. Two former owner's signatures on the ffep's with one dated 1890. Portrait of the author, 308 clean and unmarked pp. Very good. Hardcover.
1836 copyright, this a later reprint circa 1890. "This edition of the Evidences has been enlarged by the addition of one-fourth part of the volume, and contains nearly twice as much matter as was included in the first editions of the work."
Archibald Alexander (1772-1851), American Presbyterian scholar, president of Princeton.
“Although not an itinerant, few men in his day were more intimately acquainted with the work of revival than Archibald Alexander. He himself was converted in a revival and many of the early days of his ministry were spent in revival scenes. The missionary and revival spirit which long characterized the seminary [at Princeton] were due in no small part to the powerful influence of this godly man.” - Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography, p. 8.