Neill, William [editor]. The Presbyterian Magazine: A Monthly Publication. Vol. II. 1822. Philadelphia: Littell & Henry, 1822. First Edition.
Half leather, marbled boards, red leather spine title label, spine ruled in gilt & with the number "2," 5 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches, spine crazed, corners rounded, outer hinges rubbed yet sturdy. 2013 owner's signature on front paste-down. Stipple engraving of Elias Boudinot as frontispiece. viii., 576 pp., tight. Foxing of varying darkness. The 12 numbers for 1822. Good. 
This Presbyterian Magazine was in print for two years. This volume has an introduction to the continuation of the publication as the Christian Advocate, which began in 1823.
The stated goals in the Preface of Vol. I. are 1. Religious communications including essays on doctrinal subjects, church history and government, the nature and design of gospel ordinances, biblical criticism, illustrations of prophecy, and evidences of the truth of Christianity. 2. Reviews of old books and new publications. 3. Religious intelligence: such as well attested accounts of revivals of religion. 4. Select pieces of approved poetry on religious subjects. 5. A list of new publications. 6. An obituary.