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. Lond. 1689 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. 800.

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1 - A Hind let Loose, &c. 8vo. . .

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Cameron. 12mo. wants tiile. See PoeticaL WORKS, vol. iv. p. 219; notes to Heart of Mid-Lothian ; PROSE WORKS, vol. vii. pp. 442-3. - Remarkable Passages in the Life and Death, &c. of Mr. Daniel Cargill, &c.; and with him Mr. Walter Smith, Mr. James Boig, &c. who hung all upon one gibbet, July 27, 1681, &c. 12mo.

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Lancaster 1805

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Covenant, &c. With recommendatory Preface by Ebenezer Erskine. 12mo. Glasg. 1741 Theological Tracts. 1 vol. 12mo. containing, 1. Bissets (Rev. J.) Letter, &c. on a late Apology for the Presbyterians in Scotland keeping communion with Mr. George Whitefield. 2d edit.

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ib. 1705 10. Verses written by a worthie Christian friend in the time of his solitude, &c.

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ib. 1692

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. 1680 Durham's (Rev. James) Dying Man's Testament to the Church of Scotland, or, a Treatise concerning Scandal, &c. 12mo.

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Lond. 167 2. The Christian's Blessed Choice, &c. .

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