Chamberlain, C. The Layman's Assistant. Hartford: The Author, 1862. First Edition.
Very good black cloth stamped in blind, gilt to spine, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, recent former owner's signature on front paste-down, 339 pp., foxing, the chapter on Revivals with underlining and notes in pencil. Hinge between title page and preface newly repaired with pH neutral adhesive. Good. Hardcover. 
Not in Roberts. The book has nine parts: The Attainment and Cultivation of Christian Character; Prayer; Revivals; Personal Activity and Effort; Liberality; The Gospel Ministry; Children and the Sabbath School; Missions; Miscellaneous.
The chapter on Revivals is pp. 163-198, and includes Revivals Desirable; How to Secure a Revival; "Take up the stumbling block out of the way of my people" - Isa. 57:14; The Backslider's Return; How to Promote a Revival of Religion; Hindrances to Revivals; and Possible Results of Revivals.
The chapter on Personal Activity and Effort, pp. 199-255, is devoted to encouragements and instructions in personal evangelism and revival work.
Rev. Charles Chamberlain, graduate of Brown University, afterwards tutor in that institution; pastor at Auburn, Mass.; Ashford, Conn.; Eastford, Conn., and lastly at East Granby, Conn.