Brown, A. Douglas. Revival Addresses. London: Morgan & Scott, . First Edition.
Green cloth, spine dark, 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches, former owner's signatures on ffep, ex seminary library with ink stamps on the tp and the closed page edges, card pocket at back, label removed from spine. vi. (2) 132 clean and unmarked pp. Good. Hardcover. 
Foreword by Albert A. Head, of the Keswick Convention.
No. 748 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "On the biblical basis of revival."
Arthur Douglas Brown (1874-1940), commonly known as Douglas Brown, London Baptist minister and revival preacher. He is credited with being the instrument God used to bring about the Lowestoft Revival of 1921-22, sometimes referred to as the Fisherman's Revival. "He began itinerant evangelism in 1921. Within eighteen months he then addressed over 1700 meetings, and saw revival in his evangelistic ministry...Revival meetings multiplied in the fishing centre of Yarmouth as well as in Ipswich, Norwich, Cambridge and elsewhere...the revivals of 1921-2 touched thousands following the devastation of WWI." - Keith Ives, keithshistories website, Biographies of 19th/20th [century] Church Leaders.