Manship, Andrew. History of Gospel Tents and Experience. Philadelphia: The Author, 1884. First Edition.
Blue cloth in black & gilt, gilt bright yet binding soiled, illustration in gilt of the "Gospel Tents" on the front cover. Ex library with white ink call numbers against a black ink background front top left, ink stamp on tp, date due slip, incidental pencil markings, name stamp on the closed page edges. No markings on the spine, no markings in the text, former owner's signature on ffep. Good. Hardcover. 
Not in Roberts, although the author's Thirteen Years' Experience in the Itinerancy is.
Andrew Manship (1824-1892), Methodist minster and evangelist. He “was one of the best known of the ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church in this city [Philadelphia]. Singularly successful as a pastor and church leader in his earlier years his later life was devoted chiefly to untiring labors as an evangelist. His tent services were the means of good to thousands.” - Philadelphia Inquirer, Dec. 3, 1892.