Brown, Thomas. Annals of the Disruption; with Extracts from the Narratives of the Scottish Ministers who left the Scottish Establishment in 1843. Edinburgh: MacNiven & Wallace, 1890. "New Edition".
Royal blue publisher's cloth decorated in gilt & black, some soiling, 6 x 9 inches, several former owner's inscriptions on the front end papers, xviii., 841 pp., illustrated. Corner tips frayed, black ink spotting to the top of the closed page edge. Good. Hardcover. 
No. 767 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "Chapter 2. 'Religious revival a preparation.' Chapter 62. 'Longing desires for revival - Mr. Glen of Benholm.' Chapter 63. 'Revivals.'"
Thomas Brown (1811-1893), Free Church of Scotland minister, studied under Thomas Chalmers. “Brown was a geologist and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh…was a leading figure in the Free Church Jewish and Continental Committee, but is best known as the compiler of Annals of the Disruption.”- Dictionary of Scottish Church History & Theology.
A thorough account of the causes and the happy results of the Disruption.