The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; Containing The Confession of Faith, The Catechisms, and the Directory for the Worship of God: together with The Plan of Government and Discipline, as amended and ratified by the General Assembly at their Sessions in May, 1805. Philadelphia: W. W. Woodward, 1815. 
Full tree calf, 4 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches, red leather spine title label, gilt rules to spine, front outer hinge cracked and holding by the binding cords. Old paper institutional label to spine, a few pencil call numbers within, ex historical society library. 424 clean pp., text block tight.
Includes the contemporary printed bookplate of Ephraim H. Newton of Cambridge, New York, with his signature. Also the signature of Reuel Kimball, "bought Utica Jan. 24. 1817, price $1.12 1/2."
Rev. Reul Kimball (1778-1847), b. Easthampton, Massachusetts; d. Port Leyden, New York. He was a Presbyterian minister in Jefferson County, New York, from 1805-1816, farmer, and a paymaster during the War of 1812, stationed at Sackett's Harbor, New York. After the war he moved with his family to Leyden, New York, on the western edge of the Adirondack mountains.
Rev. Ephriam Holland Newton (1787-1864), b. Newfane, Vermont; d. Coila, New York. He was educated at Middlebury College and Andover Theological Seminary, ordained in 1814; served as pastor of both Congregational and Presbyterian churches. He represented Marlborough in the Vermont Legislature during the Civil War.