Everett-Green, Evelyn. Tom Heron of Sax: A Story of the Evangelical Revival of the Eighteenth Century. London: The Religious Tract Society, .
Very good red cloth stamped black & gilt with applied illustration to front cover5 1/4 x 7 3/4, 1915 award presentation bookplate, more recent former owner's signature on front paste-down, 310 clean and unmarked pp., color frontispiece plus an additional color plate. Plates signed "A. P." Hardcover. 
Though a fictional account, it is listed in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography, no. 1987. First published as a serial in Sunday At Home. The book was also published by Fleming H. Revell Co. in the United States.
"A spirited tale concerned with the early rise of Methodism about the middle of the last century." - Review of Reviews, Vol. VIII. (1893).
"The central figure of this story of the days of Wesley and Whitehead [sic], Tom Heron of Sax, is a wild, dare-devil young blacksmith, who falls under the influence of an itinerant methodist preacher, and whose stormy religious experiences are described in detail. There are many characters and somewhat varied action in the story, which aims especially to show the religious condition of England in the first days of Methodism, and to make clear the points of difference and agreement existing between the Established Church and the followers of Wesley." - The Publisher's Weekly, Nov. 11, 1893, p. 701.