Spring, Gardiner. Something Must Be Done: A New Year's Sermon, preached on the last day of the old year. New York: Dodge & Sayre, 1816. First Edition.
Removed, 5 x 8 1/2 inches, 39 pp., last two leaves with repairs to edges, tp starting to detach. Light pencil marginalia on a few pp. We did not notice this until taking the pictures, it is so faint, but there appears to be an old dampstain in the bottom margins of this pamphlet. Good. Pamphlet. 
A sermon on revivals, with the text being 2 Chronicles xxix. 16, 17. The main points are, What a Revival of Religion is; The necessity of Revival among ourselves; What ought to be done in attempting it; and, the Reasons why we may hope to succeed in the attempt.
No. 5069 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography.
Rev. Gardiner Spring, (1785-1873), American Presbyterian minister, pastor of the Brick Street Presbyterian church in New York City for 63 years. An excellent scholar, he commenced the study of the Greek & Latin languages at the age of 12. Dr. Spring was a Calvinist, a friend of the American Bible Society, and an advocate of missions and revivals, although critical of what he considered to be “spurious revivals.” He was widely useful as an author and preacher and “few men in any profession have made a more enduring mark on the age.”