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17. Protestation of General Assemblie, made in the High Kirk and at the Mercate Crosse of Glasgow,

28th and 29th November, . . . . . .1638

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20. Information to all good Christians within the Kingdom of England, from the Noblemen, Barons, &c.

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Passionate Remonstrance, made by His Holinesse, &c. upon the late proceedings and great Covenant of Scotland, &c. 4to. ..... Edin. 1646

Collection of Loyal Poems, all of them written upon the two late Plots, viz. the Salamanca Plot of 1678, and the present fanatical Conspiracy in 1683, &c. collected by Nathaniel Thompson. 8co. ....... Lond. 1683

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4. Monro's (John) Celestial Excursion. ..... Leilh, 1814

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See PomcaL Works, vol. vi. noU to Canto IV.

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