Walton, W. C. Narrative of a revival of religion, in the Third Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, with remarks on subjects connected with revivals in general. Northampton: H. Ferry, 1826. 
Lacks the wrapper, on which the full title, author, and imprint are printed. Head of tract reads "Narrative, &c." Bibliographic information included with item. Removed, 4 1/4 x 7, 24 pp., complete except for the printed wrapper. Good. Pamphlet.
No. 5579 in Roberts, Revival Literature. The author relates the means by which a revival was brought about in his congregation, and wishes for this pamphlet to serve both as an aid and as a warning to those who also seek the same. His efforts were inspired by accounts of the successes of Asahel Nettleton.
William Claiborne Walton (1793-1834), b. Hanover Co., VA; d. Hartford, CT. A Presbyterian minister, Walton was educated at Hampden Sidney College and was pastor of churches in Hopewell, Baltimore, Alexandria (Va), and lastly at Hartford, CT. "He was a most zealous and devoted minister, full of love for souls and the glory of God." - M'Clintock & Strong.