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The Lord's Trumpet sounding an Alarm against Scotland, &c. the Substance of a preface and

two prophetical Sermons, preached at Glenluce, anno 1682, by that great Scottish Prophet Mr. Alex. Pethine (Peden), &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S. sm. 4to. no place or date

See POETICAL WORKS, vol. ii. p. 207. Religious Tracts. 1 vol. sm. 800. containing,

1. Overtures concerning Kirk-Sessions and Presbyteries, from Committee of General Assembly. 1720 2. Mr. Anderson's Second Letter upon the Overtures, &c. . . . . Glasg. 1720 3. — Third and Fourth Letters upon do. . . . . . . ib. 1720 4. G- , (J Minister of Glasgow,) Just and Sober Remarks on some parts, &c. of the Overtures.

ib. 1720 5. Wright's (Rev. W.) Negative discussed, in 2 parts. .

ib. 1721 6. Hog's (Rev. James) Three Missives, &c. stating the Author's grounds for remaining in communion

with the Church of Scotland, &c. . . . . . . . Edin. 1717 7. News from Bathgate, a Poem. . . 8. Letter to a Minister, &c. respecting the parish of Bathgate. .

1720 9. Libel, Mr. James Webster against Mr. John Simson, Professor of Divinity at Glasgow.–Additional

Libel and Representation. Mr. Simson's Speech and Answers to the Libels, &c. . wants tüle 10. H[ogos) (Rev. J.) Proposals for Peace and Harmony, humbly offered, &c. to the Ministers and Mem

bers of the Church of Scotland. . . . . . . . Edin, 1718 11. The Cromwelian Ghost conjur'd, &c., or, Epaphroditus and Epaphras called to a New Conference, &c.

ib. 1720 12. Remarks upon the Review of a Conference betwixt Epaphroditus and Epaphras, &c. ib. 1719 13. Two Speeches, &c. of P. Nye and Alexander Henderson, &c. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 1643.

reprinted, ib. 1720 14. Letter concerning the true State of the Question between the Non-jurant and Jurant Ministers of the Church of Scotland.

wants title 15. Welch, (Rev. John) The Great Gospel Summonds to close with Christ, &c. a Sermon preached 1675,&c.

reprinted, Glasg. 1720 16. — History of the Life and Death of,

. . . ib, 1720 17. Presbytery no friend to itself, &c. ; Narrative of the Proceedings of the Presbytery of Kircudbright

against one of their number, (J. Mackmillan,) &c. . . . wants title, (but 1705.) Lives of Presbyterian Ministers, &c. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. Livingston's (Rev. John) Brief Historical Relation of his Life, written by himself during his banish

ment, &c. . . . . . . . · reprinted, Glasg. 1754 2. Memorable Characteristics, &c. exemplified in the Lives of a considerable number of the most eminent Divines and private Christians in Scotland, during the first century after the Reformation, &c.

ib. 1754 3. Memoirs, &c. of Mr. Thomas Hog, Minister of the Gospel at Kiltearn in Ross, &c. Edin. 1756 4. Memoirs, &c. of Mr. Robert Blair, Minister of the Gospel, St. Andrews. In two parts, (imperfect,)

ib. 1754 5. Life of Mr. Alexander Peden, &c. (imperfect.) 6. Robe's (Rev. James) Narrative of the Extraordinary Work of the Spirit of God at Kilsyth. ib. 1742

Lacy's (John) Prophetical Warnings pronounced under the operation of the Spirit, &c. 3 parts in 1 vol. 8m. 8vo.

Lond. 1707 Campbell's (Sir Hugh, of Calder,) Collection of Letters relative to an Essay on the Lord's Prayer, with the Essay, &c. 12mo.

. . Edin. 1704-9 Hog's (Rev. J. of Carnock,) Casuistical Essay upon the Lord's Prayer, &c. in answer to Sir Hugh Campbell and M. D’Espagne, &c. . . . .

ib. 1705 Fraser's (Rev. James, of Brae,) Lawfulness and Duty of Separation from corrupt Ministers

vindicated, &c.—Reasons, &c. for refusing the B. of C. P. urged upon Scotland in 1637, &c. 12mo. . . . . . . .

ib. 1744 Dundas's (John, of Philipstoun, Procurator for the Church,) Abridgement of the Acts of the General Assemblie, &c. from 1638 to 1720. 12mo. .

ib. 1721 Halyburton's (Rev. Thomas, Professor of Divinity at St. Andrews,) Memoirs of the Life of,

chiefly written by himself. Published by his Widow. 8vo. . . ib. 1714 Warnings of the Eternal Spirit, pronounced by the mouth of James Cunninghame, in the Tolbooth of Edinburgh. 8vo. . . .

. . Lond. 1712 Davidson's (Rev. H. of Galashiels,) Two Sermons preached at Galashiels, Nov. 17, 1723, im. mediately after an afflictive dispensation of Providence in the casting away of a boat on the River of Tweed at Boalside, in which many perished. With MS. note by Sir W. S., and a MS. Memorandum of the Accident. 12mo.

. Edin. 1763 Pilulae Spleneticae, or, a Laugh from a True Blue Presbyterian, (addressed to Messrs. E. Erskine, W. Wilson, A. Moncrief, and J. Fisher, Seceders from the Church.) 12mo.

ib. 1736 True Relation of the Life and Sufferings of John Nisbet in Hardhil, fc. with an Account of

his last words on the Scaffold, Dec. 4, 1685, by James Nisbet, Edin. Castle, June 6, 1819. MS. 8vo. (Probaby a transcript from Howie's Scottish Worthies.) . . 1819

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Glasgow, 1759 Billingsley's (Nicholas) Martyrologie ; containing a Collection of all the Persecutions of the

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(concerning the New Edinburgh or Dancing Assembly.) 8ro. . Edin. 1723 Tracts. 1 vol. 12mo. containing,

1. True and Faithful Narrative of the whole complete Visions, Discoveries, and Warnings, &c. revealed to John Porter of Crossibeg, in the Isle of Kintyre, &c.

. . 1746 2. Shiels, (Rev. Alex.) The Scots Inquisition, containing a brief Description of the Persecution of the Pres

byterians in Scotland, during the Government of King Charles II. and the Duke of York,

Charles II. and theprinted, Edin. 11718

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Shiels, (Rev. Alex.) The Hind let loose: or, a Historical Representation of the Testimonies of

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&c. Written in 1687, conjunctly with Mr. James Renwick, &c. 12mo. Edin. 1744 Notes of Sermons preached in the Hall of Sir Thomas Burnet, Bart. of Leys, in Aberdeenshire,

by various Presbyterian Ministers, between July 1645, and August 1646, 8c. With Index.

MS. imperfect. Newton's (Rev. John) Authentic Narrative of some Remarkable Particulars in his Life, in

letters to Haweis, &c. 3d edit. 12mo. . . . . Lond. 1765 Hamilton's (Sir Robert) Christian's conduct, or, a Witness for Truth against Error, &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S.

. Edin. 1762 See Poetical WORKS, vol. ii. p. 219 ; PROSE Works, vol. xix. p. 49. Durham's (Rev. James) Blessedness of the death of those that die in the Lord, &c. In seven Sermons. With a Vindication of Mr. William Guthry, &c. 12mo. .

1681 Copy of several Conferences and Meetings that past between the Rev. Mr. Ogilvie, late minister

of Innerwick, and the Ghost of Mr. Maxwell, the late laird of Cool, &c. 12mo. Edin. 1769 Cargill's (Rev. D.) Letter to his Paroch of the Barrony Kirk in Glasgow, March 27. 12mo. 1681 Loud Cry for Help to the Struggling Church of Scotland, being a Letter from an Elder in

Glasgow, &c. (about Mr. Gillespie’s case). 12mo. . . . Glasg. 1753 A pologeticall Relation of the particular Sufferings of the faithfull Ministers and Professours of the Church of Scotland, since August 1660, &c. &c. By a well-wisher to the good old cause. 12mo. . . . . . .

1665 Clarkson's (Rev. Andrew) Plain Reasons for Presbyterians dissenting from the Revolution Church in Scotland, &c. With MS. note. 12mo. .

1731 Naphtali, or, the Wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for the Kingdom of Christ, &c. from

the beginning of the Reformation until the year 1667, &c. &c. (Said to be written by Sir

James Stewart of Goodtrees, and the Rev. James Stirling of Paisley). 12mo. reprint. 1693 Rectius Instruendum, or, a Review, &c. of the doctrine presented by one assuming the name of ane Informer, &c. &c. 12mo. . .

1684 Tymme's (T.) Silver Watch-Bell, &c. &c. 19th impression, B. L. 12mo. Lond. 1659 Fourteen Sermons by Scotch Presbyterian Ministers, principally on Sacramental Occasions.

(5 by Ebenezer Erskine, 2 by John Brown, 1 by James Brisbane, 1 by Thomas Howy,

1 by James Webster, and 4 anonymous.) 1 vol. sm. 8vo. . Edin. fc. 1700-27 Ross's (Mrs.) Memoirs, or, Spiritual Exercises, &c. written by herself. 12mo. Edin. 1735 Webster's (David) Calvinistic Purge for the Conscience ; together with a few relics of Presbyterian Love, &c. With MS. Key. 12mo. . . .

ib. 1811 Caryl's (Rev. Jos.) God's Mercy and Free Grace to North Britain, &c. a Sermon at Lincoln's Inn, 6th October 12mo. .

. reprinted, Glasg. 1734 W. (R-) England's Summons; or, London's Alarum from Heaven, &c. 12mo. Lond. 1654 Relation of the fearfull Estate of Francis Spira, after he had turned Apostate from the Pro

testant Church to Popery, &c. 12mo. . . . . Glasg. 1761 Apology for, or Vindication of, the oppressed persecuted Ministers and Professors of the Presbyterian Reformed Religion in the Church of Scotland, &c. 12mo.

1677 Bruce's (Rev. Robert, of Kinnaird,) Sermons. (Dedicated to the Lord Provost, Baillies, &c. of

Edinburgh, 1591). With MS. notice. 12mo. · · · wants title Miscellaneous Tracts, in 1 vol. 12mo. containing,

1. Statutes of George Heriot's Hospital,

Edin. 1693 2. Laws and Ordinances touching Military Discipline, translated from the Dutch. L

i b. 1689 3. Acts of the new Parliament of Women. . .

. . 1695 4. Sett and Decreet Arbitral of K. James VI. for the Government of the City of Edinburgh, ib. 1683 5. Acts of Town Council of Edinburgh, determining how long the Provost, &c. should continue in Office, &c.

ib. 1683 6. Treaty Marine between Charles II. and Louis XIV. 1676-7. .

1677 7. Heads of Agreement assented to by the united Ministers in and about London, formerly called Presby

terian and Congregational. . . . . . . . Edin. 1691 8. Character of a good Wife.

. 1695 9. (Tyler's (Alexander)] Signal Dangers and Deliverances, both by land and sea, &c.; comprehending

the raising the Siege of Vienna by the Turks, with a Violent Tempest in the Forth, November 1681, &c. Two Poems.

. . . . . . . . 1684 10. Warning to England, &c. Relation of the flaming Sword, &c. seen in the air near Stretham in Surrey,

October 1698, . . . . . . . . Edin, repr. 1698 11. Abstract of the Bloody Massacre in Ireland, &c. in 1642 ; with an Epistle to all haters of Popery,

and Advice to a Painter, both in verse. . . . . . i Lond. 1688 12. Life and Death of the unfortunate Sir John Johnstone of Caskaban, Bart. executed at Tyburn,

December 1690, for stealing Mrs. Mary Wharton, &c. . . . . Edin. repr. 1694 13. Sinclair's (Prof. Geo.) Doctrine of the Sphere.

wants title 14. - Proteus bound with Chains, or, Discovery of the Secrets of Nature, &c. found in the Mercurial Weather-Glass. . . .

. . . . . Edin. 1688 15. Paterson's (James) Geographical Description of Scotland. 3d edit.

. ib. 1687 16. Nationall Covenant, or, Confession of Faith of the Kirk of Scotland, &c. . . . 1678 17. Acts of the General Assembly 1646-9. 18. Renwick, (James) and Shiels, (Alex.) Informatory Vindication of a poor, wasted, misrepresented

Remnant of the true suffering Presbyterian Church of Christ in Scotland, &c. 1st edit. 1687 19. Mackenzie (Sir Geo.) De Humanae Ratiocinationis Imbecilitate, &c. . . Tr. ad Rh. 1690

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1. Rutherfurd's (Rev. Samuel) Power and Prevalency of Faith and Prayer, &c.

repr. 1713 2. Usher's (Arbp.) Sermon preached before the House of Commons, 18th February 1620, (against Popery,)

repr. 1681 3. Barry's (Rev. James) Reviving Cordial for a Sin-sick despairing Soul, &c. &c. 2d edit. Edin. 1722 4. Erskine's (Rev. Eben.) Sermon on the Necessity and Profitableness of good Works. . ib. 1726

Sion in Distress, or, the Groans of the Protestant Church ; a poem. 2d edit. 12mo. Lond. 1681 Remarkable Instance of Free Grace at the eleventh hour, &c. in Nicholas Mooney, executed at Bristol for Robbery, April 24, 1752, &c. 12mo..

1752 The Poor Man's Lamentation for the present State of Religion in this land ; a poem. 12mo.

Glasg. 1702 Scotland's Glory and her Shame ; &c., (a Poem.) By a Well-Wisher to the good old cause.

12mo. . . . . . . . . . 1773 Abercrombie, (Mrs. Margaret) True Account of the last words of, before and at her death,

January 23, 1720. 12mo. . . . . . . Edin. 1729 Earlston, (Lady) Acc. of the particular soliloquies and covenant engagements of. 16mo. ib. 1751 Shiels's (Rev. Alex.) Life and Death of that eminently pious, free, and faithful minister and martyr of Christ Jesus, Mr. James Renwick. 12mo.

ib. 1724

Edwards's (Rev. Jonathan) Life of the late Rev. Mr. David Brainerd, Missionary to the Indians,

&c. chiefly taken from his own Diary. 800. . . . . Edin. 1765 Spelman's (Sir Henry) History and Fate of Sacrilege, &c. 8vo.

Lond. 1698 Cloud of Witnesses for the Royal Prerogatives of Jesus Christ, or, the Last Speeches and Testimonies of those who have suffered for the Truth in Scotland since the year 1680. 8vo.

Edin. 1810 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. ii. p. 215. Quakerism Canvassed. Robin Barclay baffled in the defending of his Theses against young

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Lond. 1684 Howie's (John, of Lochgoin,) Biographia Scoticana, a Brief Historical Account, &c. of the most

eminent Scots Worthies, &c. from Mr. P. Hamilton, who suffered Martyrdom at St. Andrews, 1527, to Mr. James Renwick, executed in the Grassmarket of Edinburgh, 1688, &c.

3d Glasgow edit. 8vo. : : : : : : Glasg. 1797 The Same. 800. .

. Leith, 1816 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. ii. pp. 211, 234; Notes to Old Mortality, and to Redgauntlet. Prose Works,

vol. vii. p. 140, vol. xix p. 49, &c. Howie's (John) Faithful Contendings displayed; being an Historical Relation of the state and

actings of the suffering remnant of the Church of Scotland, &c., from 1681 to 1691, by Mr. Michael Shields; with Mr. James Guthrie's Ten Considerations on the danger of Apostacy from the Covenant, and Sermons by Messrs. J. Kid, J. King, &c. 8vo. Glasg. 1780

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