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THE HOLY SPIRIT,
ILLUSTRATED IN THE EVANGELISTIC LABORS
REV. EDWARD PAYSON HAMMOND.
EDITED BY REV. P. C. HEADLEY,
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1862, by
HENRY HOYT, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts
A general and sufficient reason for the publication of such a work is found, in the following extract from the British Standard, by Rev. Dr. Campbell, of London, referring to Mr. Hammond's labors in Scotland : “One theatre of his operations was Dumfries, where a work of a very extraordinary character was carried on for a lengthened period. All sects and denominations united, and there was such a movement both in and around the town as, we believe, was never previously heard of. The largest church edifices were too small to accommodate the meetings which were held both day and night. The facts of the enterprise were recorded in a very interesting pamphlet, which was sent us, and which we publish in successive portions in the British Ensign. We have reason to believe that the narrative was read with very deep interest, and that it has been extensively useful.
“ Mr. Hammond next appeared in Glasgow, where he labored with equal zeal, energy, and success, surrounded, encouraged, and sustained by ministers of the various denominations. The ac