[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, 3 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches, inner fold and top edges sometime reinforced. Good. Pamphlet. 
Not in ESTC. Not in Roberts; Worldcat locates one copy, at Princeton Theological Seminary.
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."