Kingsley, William L. The New Englander, 1883; Volume VI, New Series; Volume XLII, Complete Series. New Haven: William L. Kingsley, 1883. First Edition.
Leather spine with marbled boards, back outer hinge cracked and filled in with glue, 6 x 9 inches, old library matter including "Jackson Public Library" in gilt at base of spine. viii., 848 pp., block tight, some pencil underlining in the table of contents & revival articles. Good. Hardcover. 
William Lathrop Kingsley (1824-1896), b. New Haven, CT; graduated from Yale College in 1843 and subsequently studied at Yale Law and Divinity schools. He edited the New Englander from 1857 to 1892, and wrote a history of Yale College, which was published in 1879. Kingsley's Yale College is no. 3125 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography.
The six numbers for 1883, here bound as a single volume. Besides the primary articles there are extensive book reviews. Articles of interest are Revival Experiences during the Great Awakening in 1741-1744, in New London county; Swedenborg as a Theologian and a Seer; Darwin and Darwinism; St. Thomas Aquinas: or Scholastic Philosophy in Modern Theology; Voices from the Spirit-Realm; Three Eras of Religious Life in America; The New England Meeting House; The Salvation army; The Decline of the Congregational Church; The Revision and its Cambridge Critic; The Relations of the Church to the Colored Race.