[Robbins, Chandler; Newton, John]. Extract from a letter from the Rev. Dr. Robbins, minister of Plymouth, Massachusetts, in America: to his friend in England, dated 31st May, 1793. [Edinburgh]: Printed by H. Inglis, for the Society for Publishing Religious Tracts, 1793. 
A four page tract, 6 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches, inner fold and top edges sometime reinforced. Good. Pamphlet.
Not in ESTC. Not in Roberts.
The first three pages are Robbins's account, reprinted from the Evangelical Magazine, for 1793. There is a footnote added describing Plymouth, Massachusetts, to the English reader. The fourth page is a printing of Hoping for a Revival, from the Olney Hymns.
Rev. Chandler Robbins (1738-1799), b. Branford, CT; graduated at Yale College in 1756 and was noted as a classical scholar. He was a fervent evangelical preacher and a strong supporter of the American cause during the Revolution. In this tract he describes a remarkable revival in Plymouth that began about January, 1793. "I have never seen any thing like it, during my ministry here, for thirty-years."