Haweis, Thomas. Evangelical Principles and Practice: being Fifteen Sermons, preached in the parish-church of St. Mary Magdalen in Oxford. Cork: Printed and Sold by Richard Tivy, 1819. Fifth Edition, Corrected. 
Black calf spine & corners, gilt-decorated raised bands to spine, maroon calf title label, teal pebble cloth boards, top corner tips worn through, joints fine, tight. 17.5 cm (7 x 4 1/4 inches), private ink stamp on front and back end papers, (2), (vii.)-xii., (13)-338 pp., as bound. Lacks the last leaf (one page of text). Leaf A3 with about half of the fore-edge margin clipped away, not affecting any text. Good. Hardcover.
When nicely bound sometime in the 19th century this volume already lacked the last leaf.
Thomas Hawies (1734-1820), Anglican evangelical minister, educated at Oxford.
"Although a leading figure in the Evangelical Revival and the awakening to the concern for missions which followed, Thomas Haweis has been, until very recent years, and almost forgotten man...[his] pastoral work at Aldwincle (1764-1809) and at Bath (1809-1820) as well as his itinerant work, are worthy examples of evangelical churchmanship. For years Haweis was closely connected with the Countess of Huntingdon and her Connexion." - Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography, note on no. 2649, Haweis's Impartial and Succinct History.