[Morse, Jedidiah]. The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United, for the year ending June 1., 1811. Volume III. New Series. Boston: Samuel T. Armstrong, 1811. First Edition.
Full calf, brown calf title label, spine with gilt rules and no. "3," 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, former owner's signature, lacks the free end papers, 384 pp. Good. Full calf. 
This publication had several names. It was The Panoplist, (or the Christian's Armoury) 1803-1808; The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine (1808-1817); and The Panoplist and Missionary Herald (1818-1820).
The series is no. 4113 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "This periodical has numerous accounts of revivals."
Jedidiah Morse (1761–1826), orthodox Congregational clergyman of Connecticut, founded The Panoplist (1805), a periodical to combat the growing Unitarianism of New England and elsewhere. He was interested in missionary work among the Indians, his visits to various tribes resulting in the important Report to the Secretary of War …on Indian Affairs (1822).