Frelinghuysen, Peter H. B., Jr. Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen. Princeton: Privately Printed, 1938.
Signed by the author on the ffep, no. 18 of 300 copies printed. Blue cloth, binding soiled, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches, recent former owner's signature on the front paste-down, vii., 89 clean pp., with bibliography. Good. Hardcover. 
"A senior thesis submitted to the history department of Princeton University in April 1938. It was awarded the prize in American History established by the Society of Colonial Wars in the state of New Jersey, June 20, 1938."
No. 2208 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annoated Bibliography. "Born in Lingen, Friesland about 1691, Domni Frelinghuysen came to America in 1720. His ministry as a Dutch Reformed pastor on the Raritan in New Jersey was blessed with deep and abiding revival. His evangelistic ministry in and around the area of New Brunswick greatly impressed Gilbert Tennent when he settled there. Frelinghuysen's ministry must be considered one of the major forerunners of the Great Awakening."