Williams, Thomas. The Mercy of God: A Centurial Sermon, on The Revival of Religion A. D. 1740; Inscribed to the Memory of the Rev. Nathan Strong, D. D. Hartford: Elihu Greer, 1840. First Edition. Stab-sewn pamphlet with a plain green wrapper, 5 3/4 x 9 inches, 32 pp., soil to wrapper & tp, light stains, some chipping to the wrapper edges. Good. Pamphlet. 
A sermon on the mercy of God and his sovereign movement in the salvation of sinners. No. 5797 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography; no. 8026 in his Whitefield in Print.
Thomas Williams (1779-1876), born at Pomfret, CT; died at Providence, RI. Williams graduated at Yale College, 1800, afterward studying theology with Dr. Nathanael Emmons, whose funeral sermon Williams preached in 1840. - Diary of Thomas Robbins, D.D., vol. ii. p. 667. (1887).
Williams preached in and served many churches in CT, MA, and RI, at one point holding “not less than 2,200 preaching services, from April 1840, to November, 1868.” It is said that his piety was never doubted, although he suffered from some eccentricities, being “subject to partial derangement every spring.” He was always on good terms with Dr. Emmons, but did not like Prof. Stuart of Andover, “their minds being too much alike.” - quotes from Cornell’s Lives of Clergymen, Physicians and Eminent Business Men...vol. ii. (1881). (5553)