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Relation of several hundreds of Children, &c. that prophesie and preach in their sleep, &c.
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Hutchinson's (Rev. Dr. Francis) Short View of the pretended Spirit of Prophecy, &c. from its
first Rise in 1688 to its Present State, &c. 8vo. . . . "" ib. 1708
Shiells, (Rev. Alexander) The Scottish Inquisition, or, Short Account of the Proceedings of
the Scottish Privy Council, &c. sm. ito. ..... 1689
A Hind let Loose, &c. 8vo. ..... Glasg. 1770
Barclay's (Rohert) Apology for the True Christian Divinity, vindicated from John Browne's
Examination, &c. ito. ...... Lond. 1679
See Note to Heart of Mid-Lothian.
Pitcairn, (Dr. Arch.) The Assembly, or, Scotch Reformation, a Comedy, &c. from the original
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manty Preaching. V2mo. ...... Edin. 1817
See Prose Works, vol. vii. p. 265.
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Punch turn'd Critick, in a Letter, &c., to the Rector of Covent Garden (Rev. Robert Lumley Lloyd) on his Sermon, 30th January, 1711. 8co.' . . . ib. 1712
The Fierie Tryall of God's Saints ; &c. a Counter-poyze to J. W. Priest his English Martyrologie. And the Detestable Ends of Popish Traytors, &c. sm. ito. . ib. 1612
Wenlock's (John, of Langham; Essex,) Humble Declaration to the most illustrious, high and mighty majesty of Charles II., &c., showing the great and dangerous troubles and intollerable oppressions of himself and his family, &c., in the wofull times of these late unhappy distractions, &c. &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S. sm. ito. . . Lond. 1662
Gordon's (John, of Glencat) Memoirs, &c. who was 13 years in the Scotch College at Paris, &c. With a second part not printed before. 12mo. ... ib. 1734
Harding's (Elizabeth) Masterpiece of Imposture, Sec. &c., being an Answer to the late Memoirs of John Gordon of Glencat. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1734
Rutherford's (Rev. Sam.) Lex Rex, the Law and the Prince. A Dispute for the just prerogative of King and People, &c. sm. ito. ..... ib. 1644
Simpson, (Arch. Eccles. Dalketh. Pastor) Hieroglyphica Animalium Terrestrium, &c., quae in Scripturis Sacris inveniuntur. With MS. note by Sir W. S. sm. ito. Edin.
Manes Presbyteriani; or, Monuments of the Kirk, the Covenant's Confession, Argyle's Reliques, Guthrey and Giffan's Passions, and Gillespy's Recantation, &c. sm. Mo. Lond. 1661
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Indulgence." 8vo. ....... Lond. 1681
Collection of Letters. (93) of which 61 were wrote hy the Rev. James Renwick, the remainder
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12mo. ........ Edin. 1764
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See Poetical Works, vol. iv. p. 219; note* to Heart of Mid-Lothian; Phosk Works, vol. vii. pp. 442-3. Remarkable Passages in the Life and Death, &c. of Mr. Daniel Cargill, &c.; and with
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&c. 12mo. ....... Edin. 1732
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Marvell, (Andrew) The Rehearsal Transpros'd, or, Animadversions on a late Book, &c. shewing what grounds there are of Fears and Jealousies of Popery. 2d imp. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1672
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L Shields's (Rev. Alexander) Life of Mr. James Renwick, &c. . . . Edin. 1724 '2. Renwick's (James) Testimony of some, persecuted Presbyterian Ministers, &c. given in 17th Jan. 1688.
—Shields's Elegy on Renwick, .... reprinted Edin. 1723
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Religious Tracts. 1 vol. 2imo. containing, .
1. Deans's (Rev. Archibald) Last words of Christian Kerr, (aged 11,) who died at Edinburgh, Feb. 1702,
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6. Smithson, (S.) Christ on the Cross, suffering for sinners. bl.lett. Gla$g. 1696
7. The Way to Heaven made plain, &c. ..... Edin. 1705
8. The same, another edition, ...... ib. 1703
9. Sermon explaining the Life of Faith, &c. .... ib. 1705 10. Verses written by a worthie Christian friend in the time of his solitude, &c. . ib. 1706
IL Account of the dreadful Earthquake at Port Royal in Jamaica, in two Letters from the Minister, &c.
Guthrie's (Rev. Wm.) Heads of some Sermons preached at Finnick, Aug. 1662. With MS. note by Sir W. S. \2mo. ....... 1680
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Ranwick's (Rev. J.) Prophecy concerning the Lord's return to Scotland, &c. in three Prophetical Sermons, &c. never before printed. With preface by W. Gray, the publisher. 12mo. ib. 1746
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