Gordon, Alexander. Cheshire Classis, Minutes 1691-1745; Edited for the Provincial Assembly of Lancashire and Cheshire. London: The Cheswick Press, 1919. First Edition. 
Blue publisher's cloth, white ink call numbers to spine, small dig to backstrip, 6 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches, vii., 220 clean pp., tight. Ex seminary library with standard library matter including an emboss stamp on the tp. Good. Hardcover.
This was the time and place of Matthew Henry's ministry, who is included in the records.
The first 90 or so pages are taken from church records and styled, "Some short Account or brief hints of all Questions Proposed, Cases Discussed Determinations made and other Occurrences at the severall Meetings of the Cheshire Ministers held in that County An: Dom: 1691 &c."
Then follows an analysis and commentary, examining the contents with the goal of showing the church life of the Presbyterian and Congregational assemblies. The book includes an extensive annotated index of all names and places mentioned in the records, with brief biographies where possible.
The author considers this book to be a sequel to his 1917 publication, Freedom After Rejection, A Review (1690-1692) of Presbyterian and Congregational Nonconformity in England and Wales.