Conant, William C.; Beecher, Henry Ward [introduction]. Narratives of Remarkable Conversions and Revival Incidents: including A Review of Revivals, from the day of Pentecost to the Great Awakening in the Last Century - Conversions of Eminent Persons - Instances of Remarkable Conversions and Answers to Prayer - An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Great Awakening of 1857-'8. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1858. First Edition.
Faded blindstamped cloth with fraying to the spine ends, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, not very worn but with the original maroon color faded to brown, partial ring stain on front, old private bookplate, more recent former owner's signature, duplicate seminary library stamp on tp but no other library matter. xx., 444 pp., 4 pp. publisher's catalogue. Pages are unmarked, some foxing, especially on the end papers. Good. Hardcover. 
Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography no. 1209. "A very helpful volume with topics as follows: pp. 1-48, 'A review of revivals;' pp. 49-100, 'Conversions of eminent persons;' pp. 101-340, 'Remarkable conversions;' pp. 341-356, 'Revival incidents;' pp. 357-444, 'The Great Awakening of 1857-1858.'"