Title:Documents Relating to the Great Awakening in Nova Scotia 1760-1791
Publisher:  Champlain Society, Toronto , 1982, 1982
Seller ID: 4924
STEWART, Gordon T., (ed.). Documents Relating to the Great Awakening in Nova Scotia 1760-1791. Edited with an Introduction by Gordon T. Stewart. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 1982. Publications of the Champlain Society LII. Pp (6),vii- xxxvii,(3),1-299,(1),xxiv,(2) + frontispiece. Map in text. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine.
Gordon Thomas Stewart (b. 1945, Newport-on-Tay, Scotland).
Griffin-Allwood, Baptists in Canada 1760-1990 : A Bibliography of Selected Printed Resources in English 324.
The bulk of the volume is Document V.
The Records of the Church of Jebogue in Yarmouth ... together with an Historical Account of the First Settlement of Yarmouth by the English. The First Ministering of the Word. The Erection of the First Meetinghouse. The Coming of Mr. Henry Alline and Other Preachers to Yarmouth and the Effects Which Followed, etc. (1761-1792) (pp.9-199).
A. Early Years (June 1761-April 1772) B. "The Discipline and Censures of Ye Church" (May 1772-June 1777) C. "A Season of Difficulty" (June 1778 -November1781) D. "Mr. Henry Alline, His First Coming to Yarmouth" E. "Many Sad Consequences" (August 1782-April 1792)
Document VI. The Rev. Mr. Henry Alline's Life &c. (1741-1784) (pp.200-287).
Also I. A Return of the Settlers with Their Stock of the Township of Yarmouth, June 1764;
II. Letter From John Winslow to John Hancock, Chignecto, May 12, 1768;
III. The Memorial of the Congregational Church in Cornwallis in the county of Kings County in the Province of Nova Scotia, Cornwallis, November 8. 1760;
IV. Benjamin Gerrish and Malachy Salter to the Reverend Mr. Andrew Eliot, Halifax, January 18, 1770.