Davis, Cornelius. The New-York Missionary Magazine, and Repository of Religious Intelligence; for the year 1802. Vol. III. New-York: Printed by William Vermilye, for Cornelius Davis, 1802. First Edition.
Quarter calf with marbled boards, red leather spine title label, spine with gilt rules and no. "3." 5 1/4 x 8 inches, recent former owner's signature on front paste-down, longer inscription on ffep contemporary with book, (iv.), 484 pp., unmarked and generally clean, the last two leaves with dark dampstain. Outer joints are cracked and sometime filled with glue; spine is crazed, top of spine worn even with text block. Fair. 
“Cornelius Davis (1760-1831) was a bookseller and publisher. He also edited theological pamphlets and periodicals, including the New York Theological Magazine. - New York Society Library website.
This series is no. 3894 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "Several important articles on revivals."
Entries on revival in this volume include: Letter from a Minister of the Presbyterian denomination, in Kentucky; Letter on revival from Bloomfield, NJ; Letter from the Rev. George Baxter from Washington Academy, Virginia, to A. Alexander; Revival of Religion in Cumberland; Special Manifestations of Divine Power and Grace; Letter from the Rev. Moses Hoge to the Rev. Dr. Green - "I have seen strange things since I came to this state [North Carolina], a revival of religion after the manner of that in Tenessee [sic] and Kentucky. It is, indeed, a very extraordinary work..."; extract from Charleston City Gazette, concerning a great outdoor meeting in the Pendleton District - "the camps began to be pitched in the wilderness...I attended as an astonished spectator...Near two hundred heavy waggons [sic] were upon the ground, besides other carriages, and it is thought...there could not be less than five thousand persons. Two stands were erected on the ground...for the daily exhibitions of the public speakers...The camp was well illuminated through the night, by a good fire being kept up in front of every camp, besides candles...The whole time was taken up, both day and night...in praising, praying, preaching and exhortation...so that divine service was constantly kept up, perhaps the whole of the time, both day and night...A great number of people of ever age, I believe from ten years to seventy, were struck down...The whole number who fell must to have amounted to many hundreds...Many cried out exceedingly when they were first struck down - the cries were like those of the greatest bodily distress imaginable..."; Revival of Religion in Kentucky; Intelligence from Ohio County, Virginia - "I with pleasure take the liberty to transmit to you some accounts which have come into my hand of a glorious and wonderful work of God in Kentucky"; Revival of Religion in Scotland; &c.
Other matter of notice: Account of the Rev. Samuel Pearce; Attempt to illustrate Dan. 10; Baptist Mission in Bengal; Letters from Rev. Mr. Carey; Chialists; Intelligence from China; North Western Indians; Missionaries to Otaheite; Millenarians; Mission to the South Seas; Seth Williston's Advice to Parents; &c.