Sawtell, E. N. Treasured Moments: being a compilation of Letters on various Topics, written at different times, and in different countries. Together with Notes, Incidents of Travel, and Reminiscences of Men and Things. London: Robert K. Burt, 1860. First Edition. Second Thousand. Slip with New York: Sold by A. S. Barnes & Burr, 1860" tipped in over the imprint.
"Mrs. Wm. Bannister, From the Author, Aug. 18. 1860" on first free end paper. 1874 gift inscription on second free end paper.
Recent former owner's signature on front paste-down. Old library matter consisting of paper label on spine, oval emboss stamps on the tp and a couple of other pp. Blue cloth stamped in blind, 6 x 8 1/2 inches, spine ends frayed, engraved portrait of Sawtell with a 1" tear at the edge, 4 additional engravings; xvi., 584 generally clean pp., a few lines of pencil in the table of contents. Good. Hardcover. 
No. 3772 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography.
American Revivals, in ten letters to the Countess of Aldborough; pp. 1-66.
Four Letters, on the Character of American Seamen, and the tremendous Evils of the system of advanced wages; pp. 69-171.
American Slavery, Four Letters written in 1846; pp. 175-361. This includes Sketches of the Republic of Liberia, by J. W. Lugenbeel.
Miscellany; pp. 365-584 Includes The American Revival, as seen across the Atlantic; The great Revival in Ireland in 1859; Our American flag abroad; Rev. Dr. Monod at Havre; Tour through England, Scotland, and Ireland; &c.
Eli Newton Sawtell (1799-1885), b. Milford, N. H.; d. Staten Island, N. Y. Graduate of Maryville College, Tennessee; Presbyterian minister in several places in Tennessee and Kentucky until 1836, when he "went as chaplain to Havre, and filled other ecclesiastical offices until 1864," became the pastor of the Congregational church in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., in 1865. - see M'Clintock & Strong.