Campbell, Murdoch. Gleanings of Highland Harvest. Stornoway: Religious Bookroom, 1964. Second Edition.
Green cloth, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2, several former owner's inscriptions on ffep, 136 clean and unmarked pp., spotting to the closed page edges, no dust jacket. Very good. Hardcover. 
Rev. Murdoch Campbell, M.A. (1900-1974), Free Church of Scotland minister.
"Murdoch Campbell was arguably the greatest Scottish Devotional writer of the the 20th Century. His books simple style have comforted many of the Lord’s People...[He] wrote and thought with an eye to the past and an eye to the future. He was immensely aware of the great work that had been done by Ministers before him in Scotland and was aware that great work would need to be done after in Scotland as he could see the whole nation was deteriorating into ungodliness. He loved the history of the past work in the Scottish Highlands and in his own Ministry tried to follow after the ideas that the giants before his time had espoused. In Gleanings of Highland Harvest Campbell convey’s his deep respect for the Spirituality that once had been such a force in the Highlands and to read those tales knowing the state of Scotland today will nearly move one to tears." - purelypresbyterian website.
No. 912 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "Revivals in Scotland."