Haweis, Thomas. Evangelical Principles and Practice: being fourteen Sermons, preached in the Parish-Church of St. Mary Magdalen in Oxford. To which is added, the Communicant's Spiritual Companion; or, an Evangelical Preparation for the Lord's Supper. In which I. The Nature of the Ordinance is shewn. II. The Dispositions requisite for a profitable Participation thereof. With Meditations and Helps for Prayer, suitable to the subject. Newburyport: Edmund M. Blunt, 1803. First American Edition. 
Full tree calf with red calf spine title label, 7 1/2 x 4 3/4 inches. viii., (9)-332 pp., light foxing, tight. Bottom edge of the tp is clipped, leaving the tp without a date. Very good.
First published in 1762, this volume presents the evangelical spirituality promoted during the Great Awakening and the following years. Sermons on the Corruption of Human Nature; The Spirituality of God's Law; The Penalty of Disobedience; Redemption by Jesus Christ; The Nature of True Holiness; &c.
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.