Scott, John W. [editor]. The Religious Remembrancer: containing Biographical Sketches, Theological Essays, Accounts of Revivals of Religion, Missionary Information, Together with a great variety of other Articles of an Evangelical and Ecclesiastical Nature; Ninth Series. From August 25th, 1821 to August 17th 1822, inclusively; and Tenth Series. From August 24th, 1822 to August 16th 1823, inclusively. Philadelphia: John W. Scott, 1821-1823. First Edition.
Two years bound as one volume. Original scuffed marbled boards, recently rebacked with a new leather spine with rules in blind and bright gilt titles. 10 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches, recent former owner's signature on the front paste-down, dark stains to the first and last dozen or so pages, stains elsewhere generally confined to the margins, foxing, some edge-wear to a few leaves. 416 total pages of this weekly, 104 issues. Good. 
Not in Roberts; rare, Worldcat records only digital/microform copies. Identified as one of two periodicals that share the distinction of being the first religious periodicals published in the United States in 1813, (the other being the Pittsburgh Recorder) - Annotated Catalogue of Newspaper Files in the Library of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin,(1898) p.59 .
John Welwood Scott (ca.1777-1844) was a Presbyterian, and was the author of An historical sketch of the Pine Street: or, Third Presbyterian Church in the city of Philadelphia (1837), where he was a member. He corresponded with Thomas Jefferson regarding his patronage for a proposed publication. He "was a Philadelphia printer and publisher of both secular and religious material. Probably a native of Nova Scotia, he published the Philadelphia Repository and Weekly Register for 1804 at his shop on Bank Street. In 1809, he solicited subscribers, including Thomas Jefferson, for a proposed publication of a volume of Joseph McCoy’s poetry. Scott later ran a bookstore at 147 Chestnut Street where, in 1813, he published Scott’s Philadelphia Price Current and Commercial Remembrancer as well as The Religious Remembrancer, reputedly the first weekly religious newspaper in the United States." - The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, vol. 39, 13 November 1802–3 March 1803.