Methodist Episcopal Church. The Methodist Magazine, for the year of our Lord 1821. Volume IV. New-York: N. Bangs and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States, 1821. First Edition. 
Full tree calf, red calf spine labels, yellow page edges, 9 x 5 1/2 inches, recent former owner's signature on ffep, frontispiece engraving of Rev. Ezekiel Cooper, 478 pp. plus table of contents, some foxing. Very good.
Articles on Revival include: Short sketches of revivals of religion among the Methodists in the Western Country; Account of the work of God in Edisto District, South-Carolina; Revival of the Work of God in the Fountain-Head Circuit; Revival of Religion in Wellfleet; Account of the Work of God in New-Hampshire District; Revival of religion in Carter's Valley Circuit; Commencement of the great revival of religion in Kentucky and Tennessee, in 1799; Account of the work of God in Nashville District; Progress of the work of God in Penobscot and Vermont Districts, in the bounds of New-England Conference; Revival of Religion in Pittsburgh, Penn.; Revival of Religion in New-Haven; Revival of Religion in Providence, R. I.; Account of the work of God in New-London District; Account of the Work of God on New-River Circuit; Revival of the work of God in Rhinebeck, New-York; Account of a Camp-Meeting held on Long-Island, New-York; Revival of the Work of God in Savannah, Georgia; Account of Camp-Meetings in Illinois; Progress of Religion in Alabama; Account of the work of God in Wellfleet Circuit.