Prentice, Charles. A Sermon, delivered September 20, 1829, at the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of his Ordination. To which is added, A Brief Narrative of a Revival of Religion. Litchfield: Printed by Henry Adams, 1830. First Edition.
Removed, 5 x 8 1/4 inches, 32 pp. Good. Pamphlet. 
A Brief Narrative of a Revival of Religion in South Canaan, in 1827 begins on p. 24.
Not in Roberts.
Rev. Charles Prentice (1788-1838), b. Woodbury, CT; d. South Canaan, CT. Prentice graduated at Yale College in 1802, and was for 34 years the pastor of the church at South Canaan. "Small and rather feeble, but symmetrical in form, he had a pleasant and honest countenance, suggestive of Nathaniel, whom our Saviour saw under the fig-tree. A man of uncommon gift in prayer, he had his conversation in the world by the grace of God, in simplicity and godly sincerity. With a sound mind, a warm heart, and devoted piety, it seemed to be his meat and drink to do the will of his heavenly Father. In the pulpit and in the social meetings, he spoke with ease and earnestness. As his manner everywhere among his people was very affectionate, he could 'reprove, rebuke, and exhort' with little risk of giving offence." - Binney, Charles James Fox, The History and Genealogy of the Prentice, or Prentiss Family, in New England. (1883), p. 310.