Dickinson, Baxter. Outpouring of the Holy Spirit under the Gospel. The American National Preacher, July, 1840. New-York: American National Preacher, 1840.
16 pp. pamphlet, green wrappers present but chipped and detached, 5 1/2 x 9 inches. Fair. Pamphlet. 
For the series see Roberts, Revival Literature, no. 100.
Baxter Dickinson (1795-1875), American Presbyterian minister and advocate of the New School divinity. Dickinson graduated at Yale (1817) and at Andover (1821). He pastored Congregational and Presbyterian churches before accepting the Professorship of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Theology in Lane Seminary. He remained at the post for ten years and then accepted the same chair at Auburn. In 1839 he was the moderator of the New School General Assembly.
The text for this sermon is Isaiah 32:15 and was preached at the New School (Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A.) General Assembly held in Philadelphia, 1840. He expounds the text and applies it specifically to revivals of religion.