Kingsley, William L. The New Englander: Volume XVI, 1858. New Haven: William L. Kingsley, 1858. First Edition.
Leather spine with marbled boards, outer hinges worn with some cracking to the front, 6 x 9 inches, old library matter including "Jackson Public Library" in gilt at base of spine. viii., 936 pp., block tight, some pencil underlining in the table of contents and in the articles on revival. 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 four numbers for 1858, here bound as a single volume. Besides the primary articles there are extensive book reviews. Those of revival interest include Spurgeon and Extemporaneous Preaching; Theodore Parker and "The Twenty-eighth Congregational Society," of Boston; The Religious Awakening of 1858; and a review of The New York Pulpit in the Revival of 1858.
Other articles of interest are The Mosaic Cosmogony; Spiritualism Tested by Science; Barth and Livingstone in Central Africa; Bishop Colenso and Rev. Lewis Grout on Polygamy; Dr. Ellis on the Unitarian Controversy; The American Tract Society; Self-supporting Missionary Colonization.