Hyde, A. B. The Story of Methodism throughout the World, from the Beginnings to the Present Time; Tracing the Rise and Progress of that Wonderful Religious Movement, which, like the Gulf Stream, Has given Warmth to Wide Waters and Verdue to many Lands; and giving an Account of its various Influences and Institutions of To-Day. Fully Illustrated, Revised and Enlarged. Springfield, Mass.: Willey & Co., 1889.
Maroon publisher's cloth, spine sunned, small piece of paper stuck to the back cover, 6 1/2 x 9 inches, 827, xiv. (index), clean pp., many illustrations, private bookplate. We reglued the end paper hinges back and front. Good. Hardcover. 
Ammi Bradford Hyde, D. D. (1826-1921), b. Oxford, NY; d. Denver, CO. He was Professor of Greek in the University of Denver; Member of American Philological Association; of American Society of Biblical Exegesis; of Summer School of Philosophy, etc.; and Professor of Biblical Literature, Allegheny College, Pa.
A popular, fully-illustrated history with particular attention paid to America.
The introduction to this expanded edition states that there are 282 new illustrations herein, indicating that there must be over 300 total, maybe quite a few more.