Taylor, William. An Account of the Revival in Jerusalem, with Observations on some of the most remarkable things that took place in the work. Or, A Sermon, delivered in Chester, N. H. on Lord's Day Morning, April 20, 1823. Concord: Jacob B. Moore, 1823. First Edition. 
Stab sewn pamphlet, 5 1/2 x 9, 16 pp., old fold creases. Signed "Rev. Daniel Merrill from his friend Rueben ___[?]" Good.
Starr T654; Roberts, Revival Literature no. 5315. Taylor finds in the Pentecostal events recorded in the book of Acts the pattern for proper revival, closed communion, and adult baptism.This pamphlet provoked a response from the Congregational minister at Chester, the Rev. Joel R. Arnold.
Elder William Taylor (1784-1852) was pastor of the Baptist Church in Concord, N. H. "Elder Taylor would appear to have been a missionary preacher, an enthusiastic, self-sacrificing worker, well fitted for pioneer labor and at one time he was considered one of the leading Baptists in this section." - The Granite Monthly (1918).