Truscott, F. Revivals of Religion Vindicated, as being General in their Occurence, Divine in their Origin, Rational in their Process, and Beneficial in their Effects; in a Letter to the Rev. J. Akerman; with Postscript, referring to certain Sermons recently published by The Rev. R. Polwhele, entitled "Insanity, no Symptom of Conviction or Conversion." Truro: John Brokenshir, (1824).
Removed, 4 x 6 3/4 inches, 24 pp., outer leaves soiled. Good. Pamphlet. 
Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography no. 5458. "No copy located. This defence of religious revivals was listed in Osborn's bibliography." Worldcat lists 3 print copies and 4 additional in microform.
Francis Truscott (1787-1833), English Wesleyan Methodist itinerant from Cornwall.