Haslam, William. "Religious Excitement." A Letter to the Rev. E. H. Browne, M.A.Vicar of SS. Kenwyn and Kea, Prebendary of Exeter, Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Exeter, &c., &c. Truro: James R. Netherton, 1851. First Edition.
Removed, 5 1/4 x 8 inches, 22 pp., light foxing. Good. Pamphlet. 
Rev. Haslam is responding to Rev. Browne's tract denouncing the revival taking place in Rev. Halsam's parish. He defends himself on the charges of Religious Excitement, Sudden Conversion, and Assurance.
No. 2637 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography.
William Haslam (1817-1905), Anglican revivalist. “It was while serving as the Vicar of Cornwall that William Haslam was converted through the instrumentality of Robert Aitken. The revival which commenced as a result of his conversion lasted for nearly three years. In 1878 Haslam joined the Church Parochial Mission Society and for many years thereafter labored as an itinerant in various parts of England, America, Canada, and India.” - ibid.