Clark, Sereno D. The New England Ministry Sixty Years Ago. The Memoir of John Woodbridge, D. D. His Method of Work; His Great Success in Powerful Revivals, in High Moral and Educational Influences; His Theological Views, and the Theological Controversies of his Time, beginning with the "New Departure" of Stoddard. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1877. First Edition.
Green publisher's pebble cloth, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches, former owner's signature on the ffep, xxi., 473 clean pp., tight. Very good. Hardcover. 
No. 1108 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "Woodbridge was a revivalist of considerable power."
John Woodbridge (1784-1869), b. Southampton, Mass.; graduated at William College in 1804; pastor at Hadley, Mass. (1810-1830), and afterwards of several churches in different paces, as in New York, Bridgeport, Ct., and New Hartford, Ct., and in 1842 again at Hadley, 1842-1857. In his later years he moved to Chicago. His biography by Clark (1877) has many accounts of revivals which occurred during his ministry.