Minutes of the Thirteenth General Synod of the Associate Reformed Church of the West. Held at City of Pittsburgh, Pa., May 18, 1853. Cincinnati: Longley & Brother, Printers, 1853. First Edition. 
Printed wrapper, 6 x 9 inches, old soil & stains to wrapper, ink name & withdrawn stamp within, 84 pp. Good. Pamphlet.
Includes statistical reports of the congregations, reports from various areas, reports on various topics.
The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church is an American denomination, organized in Philadelphia, 1782, by the merger of the Associate (Seceder) Presbyterian Church and the Reformed Presbyterian Church. Both of these bodies were Scottish in origin and consisted mainly of Scottish emigrants to America. The Associate Reformed Synod was organized in May, 1801, at the time consisting of four Presbyteries and seventeen ministers. On 1820 the Synod of Scioto withdrew and became an independent synod under the name "The Associate Reformed Synod of the West."