Stewart, James H. Thoughts on the Importance of Special Prayer for the general outpouring of The Holy Spirit. London: The Religious Tract Society, . Tract no. 263. Stab-sewn pamphlet, 4 1/2 x 7 inches, 43 pp., some soil to wrappers, a few pp. with neat pencil underlining/notes. Good. Pamphlet. 
Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography no. 5158. "An excellent treatise."
James Haldane Stewart, M.A. (1776-1854), b. Boston, Massachusetts; d. Surrey, England. Stewart was educated in England, graduated at Eton College, and studied law at Lincoln's Inn. He was converted in 1802 through the agencies of the Anglican clergymen William Marsh and Thomas Tydlae, afterwards matriculting at Exeter College, Oxford, and graduating B.A. (1806) and M.A. (1810). He was ordained priest in 1807 and had two long pastorates, at Percy Chapel (1812-1828) and at St. Bride's Church, Liverpool, 1830-1846. He was an active supporter of the London Society for Promotion of Christianity amongst the Jews; the Church Missionary Society; and the Protestant Reformation Society.