Lumpkin, William L.; Butterfield, L. H. Colonial Baptists and Southern Revivals (Arno Press Collection, The Baptist Tradition). New York: Arno Press, 1980. ISBN: 040512452x. Tan cloth with green titles, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4, former owner's signature on ffep, rest clean. vii., 166 (Baptist Foundations); the Butterfield reprint is pp. 155-242, with facsimile of the 1802 broadside "Ode to the Mammoth Cheese, presented to Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States." Very good. Hardcover.  $45.00
This is a reprint of two items: 1. Baptist Foundations in the South: Tracing through the Separates the Influence of the Great Awakening, 1754-1787. By William L. Lumpkin, Broadman Press, 1961. 2. Elder John Leland, Jeffersonian Itinerant. By L. H. Butterfield, v. 62 of the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass. (1952).
Lumpkin's book is no. 3359 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography, where he calls it a helpful study but laments the lack of an index.
Butterfield's essay is no. 870, with the original title of it as printed in the Proceedings being, "Elder John Leland, Jeffersonian Democrat."
This reprint edition is marked with a high price where I am seeing it online, in the $100 range. The Lumpkin book bought separately can be had for $15-20. The Butterfield item will cost you $50. So, if you want them both, this is a bargain. (These prices Feb. 2020).