In his 1829 pamphlet,
Solomon refers to this as "a night vision." He "descended
down to the regions of the damned" and sees "them blowing
up the flames and preparing red hot iron to lay their faces on to
Solomon trembles, "but to my great joy and surprise a man came to
me and said, you may go back to yonder world and have one year longer
to prepare." <i>A Sketch of the Experience of Solomon Chamberlin, to Which Is Added a Remarkable Revelation, or Trance, of His Father-in-Law Philip Haskins: How His Soul Actually Left His Body and Was Guided by a Holy Angel to Eternal Day</i>m Solomon Chamberlin (Lyons, New York; n.p., 1829). Perhaps the only copy extant is in Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University. The complete text is included Larry C. Porter's, "Solomon Chamberlin's Missing Pamphlet: Dreams, Visions, and Anglic Ministrants," <i>BYU Studies</i> vol. 37 no. 2 (1997-1998), 113-140.