Fernald, Mark. Life of Elder Mark Fernald, written by himself; with an Introduction by the Publishers. Newburyport | Philadelphia: Geo. Moore Payne and D. P. Pike | Christian General Book Concern, 1852. First Edition.
Gilt-decorated boards, gilt stamping still bright, 5 x 7 3/4 inches, spine ends worn even with text block, page edges gilt, 405 clean pages, church library bookplate with “withdrawn” stamp, former owner's signature on ffep. Steel-engraved frontispiece by Sartain, from a daguerreotype, with facsimile signature and tissue guard. Good. Hardcover. 
No. 2031 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. “The autobiography of an itinerant Baptist preacher who joined the Christian connection and saw many revivals under his ministry in various parts of northern New England.”
Elder Mark Fernald (1784-1851), pastor of several "Christian" churches in Maine and New Hampshire, from 1815 to 1851. His autobiography records his extensive itinerant ministry in New England and the many revivals that accompanied his work.