Blinn, C. Henry. The Manifesto. Vol. XXII. February, 1892 [Shaker]. Canterbury, N. H.: United Society of Believers, 1892. First Edition.
Brown printed wrappers, clear tape over the fold, 6 x 9 inches, 26 clean pp. Good. Pamphlet. 
This issue contains an excerpt from Richard M'Nemar's The Kentucky Revival, first published in 1808. It also contains a Lecture by Elder F. W. Evans protesting against any kind of Christian government of the United States, identifying that as the mark of the beast. Also, Farewell Sermon of the Venerable Head of the South Union Shakers, Elder H. L. Eads. Correspondence between Wm. G. Flint of England and Thomas J. Stroud, Shaker Station, about a Theosophy sect in England and their practices, in comparison with the Shakers. And, news from the various Shaker settlements.