Copyright
Scotland). Library New College (Edinburgh.

Catalogue of the printed books and manuscripts in the library of the New College, Edinburgh online

. (page 148 of 199)
Online LibraryScotland). Library New College (EdinburghCatalogue of the printed books and manuscripts in the library of the New College, Edinburgh → online text (page 148 of 199)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


in that kingdom, relating to the proceedings
against the Bishops and clergy there. With
some animadversions upon a libel intituled,
The present state and condition of the clergy
and Church of Scotland. London, 1690. 4
A vindication of the Church of Scotland. Be-
ing an answer to a paper, intituled, Some ques-
tions concerning Episcopal and Presbyterial
government in Scotland. Wherein the latter
is vindicated from the arguments and calum-



nies of that author ; and the former is made
appear to be a stranger in that nation. By a
minister of the Church of Scotland, as it is
now established by law: [Gilbert RULE]. 2ded.

Edin., 1691. 4

A second vindication of the Church of Scot-
land : being an answer to five pamphlets ; [viz.
An account of the present persecutions of the
Church of Scotland, The case of the afflicted
clergy in Scotland truly represented, A late
letter concerning the sufferings of the Episco-
pal clergy in Scotland, A memorial for His
Highness the Prince of Orange, in relation to
the affairs of Scotland, &c. , and An historical
relation of the late General Assembly, held at
Edin. from Oct. 16 to Nov. 13, 1690]. [By
Gilbert RULE.] Edin., 1691. 4

Another copy.

A defence of the Vindication of the Church of
Scotland, in answer to an Apology of the clergy
of Scotland. [By Gilbert RULE.]

Edin., 1694. 4

Another copy.

The case of the Church of Scotland stated,
with respect to some laws antecedent and con-
sequent to the Union ; with an humble inquiry
into its influences upon our reformation, in a
letter to a ruling elder of the General Assem-
bly, from his friend in the country.

Edin., 1715. 8

Memoirs of the Church of Scotland, in four
periods. I. The Church in her infant-state,
from the Reformation to the Queen Mary's
abdication. II. The Church in its growing
state, from the abdication to the Restoration.
III. The Church in its persecuted state, from

' the Restoration to the Revolution. IV. The
Church in its present state, from the Revolu-
tion to the Union. With an appendix, of some
transactions since the Union. [By Daniel DE-
FOE.] London, 1717. 8

Another copy.

An apology for the Church of Scotland, against
the accusations of Prelatists and Jacobites ;
and particularly the Reflections of J. S., late
incumbent at Forfar. [By John WILLISON.]
[Wants title, and otherwise imperfect.]

1717. 8

A defence of national Churches : and particii-
larly of the national constitution of the Church
of Scotland, and the conduct of our reforming
ancestors, against the cavils of Independents.
With a confutation of Independency, and se-
veral new opinions vented in some late pamph-
lets, intituled, A narrative of the rise and pro-
gress, &c. An explication of a proposition, Src.
A letter from a lover of Zion, &c. By a minister
of the Church of Scotland. Edin., 1729. 8

Another copy.

Another copy. [Wants title.]

Plain reasons for Presbyterians dissenting from
the Revolution-Church in Scotland. As also,
their principles concerning civil government,
and the difference between the Reformation
and Revolution principles. s. L, 1731. 16

Another copy.



70fl



ILAND. riiri:rn OF.



The defection of the Church of Scotland from
her Reformation-principles considered : being
a protest by some members of the General As-
sembly of that Church against her Act pass'd
the 15th of May 1732, anent the method of
planting vacant churches. "With an introdiu -
tion and appendix. [By Sir Thomas GORDON.]

Edin., 1733. &
Another copy.
Another copy.

The form of process in the judicatories of the
Church of Scotland ; with relation to scandals
and censures : to which is subjoined, several
acts and overtures of the General Assemblies
there anent : and other things of a public and
interesting nature. Glasgow, 1763. 8

Another copy.
Another copy.

An alarm to the Church of Scotland, on the
apparent prevalence of a worldly above a spi-
ritual and religious interest in her supreme
judicatory. Exemplified in the proceedings
of the last General Assembly. In a letter from
a member thereof to a reverend brother.

Edin., 1771. 8

The Kirkiad : or, golden age of the Church of
Scotland. Canto i. Edin., 1774. 8

Another copy.

An abridgment of the Acts of parliament relat-
ing to the Church of Scotland, from the Refor-
mation to the present time. Edin., 1795. 8
Another copy.

A vindication of adherence to the principles
and constitution of the Church of Scotland in
her purest times. Perth, 1809. 12

Another copy.

The Protestant doctrine concerning Church
and State, religious reformation, and our na-
tional covenants, contained in the public stand-
ards of the Church of Scotland, and in the
confessions of the Reformed Churches. In
four letters. To which is added, an address
to the friends of religious reformation, in fa-
vour of union. Edin., 1825. 8
Compendium of the laws of the Church of
Scotland. [2 parts ; the first, containing STEU-
ART of Pardovan's Collections, &c. ; the second,
an abridgment of the Acts of the GENERAL
ASSEMBLY from 1560 to 1830, inclusive.]

Edin., 1830, 31. 12

Part first. Edin., 1830. 12

Another copy.

Speeches delivered at the public meeting held
in St George's church, Glasgow, for the pur-
pose of forming a society for promoting the
interests of the Church of Scotland, Jan. 31,
and Feb. 1, 1833. Glasgow, 1833. 8 C

The evils of the Established Church of Scot-
land considered, and a remedy suggested ; with
a few introductory observations on the prin-
ciples of a national Church. Edin., 1833. 12
The Church of Scotland vindicated from the
cavils of dissenters. With a postscript, con-
taining strictures on Dr Wardlaw's late sermon
on civil establishments of Christianity.

Edin., 1833. 8



View of the constitution of the Church of
land ;us it iv^ards her membership and elder-
ship : taken from the standards and Acts of
Assembly. [From the Christian Instructor for
Jan. 1834.] /.

Another copy.

First [second and third] annual report of the
Glasgow association for promoting the interests
of the Church of Scotland.

Glasgow, 1834-36. 8
Another copy [of the third report].

Glasgow, 1836. 8

Edinburgh young men's association for pro-
moting the interests of the Church of Scotland.
General state of principles and objects.

Edin., 1834. 12 J

Report of the speeches delivered at the meet-
ing of the Young men's Church association, in
St Andrew's church, Edinburgh, on Friday,
7th Nov. 1834. Edin., 1834. lL'

First report of the Edinburgh Young men's
Church association, with the speeches, deliver-
ed at the annual meeting, held in St Andrew's
church, on Thursday, the 12th Nov. 1835.

Edin., 1835. 12 3
Another copy.

Report of speeches delivered at a public meet-
ing of the friends of the Established Church,
held... Feb. 17, 1834.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1834. 12
Proceedings of the meeting of the friends of
the Church of Scotland, held in the Mid pa-
rish church, on the 18th of October, 1834.

Greenock, 1834. J-J

Speeches delivered at the public meeting of
the Dundee association for promoting the in-
terests of the Church of Scotland. . .on the even-
ing of 26th Nov. 1834. Dundee, 1834. 12
Another copy.

Report of speeches delivered at a public meet-
ing of the friends of the Established Church
of Scotland, desirous of obtaining, through the
aid of the state, an extension of the means of
religious instruction and parochial superin-
tendence, held... April 15, 1835.

Edin., 1835. 12
Another copy.
Another copy.
Another copy.

The present position of the Church and State
described ; the cause assigned ; and the remedy
proposed ; by a clergyman of the Church of
England. London, 1835. 12

A defence of the ministers of the Church of
Scotland against the charge of political parti-
zanship, and their duty in the present crisis.
In a few remarks addressed to them by a mi-
nister of the Established Church.

Edin., 1837. 8

Report of the great meeting of the tradesmen
and working classes in support of the Church
of Scotland... on Wednesday, the 14th Novem-
ber, 1838. Edin., 1838. 8 J
Styles of writs, and forms of procedure, in the
Church courts of Scotland. By the Church
law society of Edinburgh. Edin. , 1838. 8'



SCOTLAND, CHURCH OF.



703



The Presbyteries of the Church of Scotland -
threatened with imprisonment in the discharge
of their official duty, in an address from the
Lord President of the Court of Session, with an
answer to the same, in two letters to his Lord- -
ship, by a minister of the Church of Scotland ;
[Robert BUCHANAN]. Glasgow, 1839. 8 ;

Fourth thousand. Glasgow, 1839. 8

The present position of the Church of Scot- -
land, explained and vindicated. [By John
HAMILTON.] Edin., 1839. 8 1

[An article on the present position of the
Church of Scotland. By John INGLIS.] [From
Blackwood's magazine, Nov. 1839.]

Edin., 1839. 8
Observations 011 the Church of Scotland, occa- j
sioned by her present position and the state-
ments of her friends. By an office-bearer of
that Church. Edin., 1840. 8 j

Another copy.
Another copy.

A few words for the Church of Scotland, by a !
looker-on. JSd*.,[J840j. 8

Address from the " Edinburgh tradesmen's
association for advancing the interests of the
Church of Scotland," to their fellow- tradesmen _,
in Scotland. Edin., 1840. 8

Another copy.
Another copy.

The relation of the Church of Scotland to the
State, and legislative measures suggested to
meet the present exigency.

Glasgow, 1840. 8 C
Another copy.

Engagement in defence of the liberties of the
Church and people of Scotland. [Drawn up
by Dr Candlish. J [Edin. , 1840. ] f ol.

Circular on the subject of an Engagement in
defence of the liberties of the Church of Scot-
land. Edin., 1840. 4
A short statement of the origin and nature of
the present divisions in the Church of Scot-
land. By a minister of the Church of Scot- I
land; [John GUMMING]. London, 1840. 8 j
Another copy.

What ought the Church and people of Scot-
land to do now .' By a Seceder ; [William
WHITE]. Edin., 1840. 8

Second edition. Edin. , 1840. 8

An address on the position of the Church of
Scotland, and the duty of Seceders at the pre-
sent time. [By William WHITE.]

Edin., 1841. 8

The " pith and marrow" of the present contro-
versy in the Church of Scotland. By a Pro-
testant of the school of the Reformation.

London, 1841. 8"

- Another copy.

- An argument on the duty of the Church of
Scotland in her present emergency. By a
minister of the old popular party.

Edin., 1841. 8

- Another copy.

- Practical remarks on the Scotch Church ques-
tion. London, 1841. 8

- Another copy.



The Clnirch of Scotland non-Erastian in her

constitution, yet not independent on the state

in all things spiritual. By a non-intrusionist.

Glasgow, 1841. 8

Some reflections on the present state of the
Church of Scotland, with a comparative retro-
spect of her state thirty years since, and now.
[Edin., 1841.] 8

A method by which the question of the Estab-
lished Church of Scotland may be adjiisted.

Edin., 1841. 8

Church defence tracts. Nos. 1-4. Violent
settlements during the reign of moderatism.

Edin., 1842. 8

Letter to the Peers, from a Peer's son, on the
duty and necessity of immediate legislative in-
terposition in behalf of the Church of Scotland ,
as determined by considerations of constitu-
tional law. [By the MARQUIS OF LORNE, after-
wards DUKE OF ARGYLL.] Edin., 1842. 8
Another copy.

The present ruined and degraded aspect and
position of the Kirk of Scotland, stated in a
letter addressed to the non-intrusion priest-
hood. [By Thomas BROWN.]

[Edin., 1842.] 8

Abstract of the receipts and expenditure of
the Central Church defence committee, from
August 1841 to 10th Nov. 1842.

Edin., [1842]. 8

Address of the Glasgow Church defence and
anti - patronage electoral association to the
friends of the Church of Scotland.

Glasgow, [1842]. 8

The Church of Scotland's Claim of right. To
which are prefixed the speeches of Dr Chal-
mers, Dr Gordon, and Mr Dunlop in the Ge-
neral Assembly, in support of the same, May
24, 1842. Edin., 1842. 8

The Church of Scotland's Claim of right ; to
which are appended the memorial of the Com-
mission to government, in November 1842,
and the petition to parliament by the extra-
ordinary Commission of 31st Jan. 1843.

Edin., 1843. 8
Another copy.

Memorial submitted to Her Majesty's govern-
ment, by a committee, appointed at a meeting
of ministers, elders, and others, members of
the Church of Scotland, held at Edinburgh ,
12th August, 1840. Edin., 1842. 8 J

Another copy.

Memorial submitted to the Right Hon. Sir
Robert Peel, Bart and the other membeis
of Her Majesty's government ; adopted by a
meeting of ministers of the Church of Scot-
land, assembled at Edinburgh, on the 17th-
24th Nov. 1842. Edin., 1842. 8

Another copy.
Another copy.

A few plain remarks for plain men, upon the
present unhappy controversy in the Church.

'/;.///!., 1843. 8

Is there just reason for seceding from tho
Church of Scotland ( By a member of the
Established Church. Edin., 1843. &



704



SCOTLAND, CHURCH OF GENERAL A>-i;.\I l;I.Y.



A letter to the Kirk of Scotland, and the mem-
bers of the body of Christ, throughout the
world. Shewing the Scripture testimony, \\<>w
God would unite, build up, and protect thrm
from falling before the mighty power of Anti-
christ. London, 1843. 8
The Established Church of Scotland, the truly
" Free Church" and friend of the people.

/:./;., 1843. 8

A retrospect view of the history of the Kirk of
Scotland, in reference to her present trials.

*. /., 1843. 8

Propositions regarding the Church of Scot-
land. By a layman ; [Colonel MORRISON].

E.I in., 1843. 8

Heads of a proposed Bill regarding the affairs
of the Church of Scotland. Edin., 1843. 8
Another copy.
Another copy.

Circular to the friends of the Church of Scot-
land who reside in Trinity College parish.

[Edin., 1843.] 4

" Divide and conquer ;" or, diplomacy and the
Church of Scotland. A letter to the Right
Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart. &c. By a Pres-
byterian Scot ; [Alexander P. STEWART].

London, 1843. 12

Declaration by the committee of the constitu-
tional party in the Church of Scotland, in re-
ference to the present state of ecclesiastical
controversy in the Church, and its relations
to the government and constitution of the
country. [Signed by Duncan Macfarlane,
D.D.] Edin., 1843. 8

Another copy.

Letter on behalf of the Church of Scotland,
from Scottish landed proprietors, assembled in
...Edinburgh, 24th Jan. 1843. Addressed to
Sir Robert Peel, Bart. With the reply.

Edin., 1843. 8

Memorial of a meeting of elders of the Church
of Scotland, held at Edinburgh, 1st Feb. 1843,
to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart., &c.,
and the other members of Her Majesty's go-
vernment. Edin., 1843. 8
Scheme for the support of the Church when
disestablished ; and for making preparation
against the apprehended disruption of the
Establishment ; agreed to generally at a meet-
ing of elders... held at Edinburgh, 1st Feb.
1843. [Edin., 1843.] 8
The Church of Scotland. From the Dublin
" Warder" of llth February 1843.

Edin., [1843]. 12

Report by the deputation named by the gene-
ral meeting, held. . .on the 23d February, 1843,
of subscribers to the memorial addressed to
government by the friends of the Church of
Scotland. Glasgow, 1843. 8

The claims and grievances of the Church of
Scotland briefly stated ; being a report of the
speeches delivered by the Rev. Dr Cunning-
ham, Rev. W. K. Tweedie, Rev. John Sym, and
Rev. Thomas Guthrie, at a meeting. . .held at
Edinburgh on the 4th and 13th days of April,
1843. Second thousand. Edin., 1843. 8



Report of the proceedings at a meeting of tl,.-
members of Lady Yesters congregation, Edin-
burgh, favourable to the spiritual indi-j't-inl-
ence of the Church of Scotland, held on the
4th. ..and 13th April, 1843. E.li,,., 1*4:5. '

Reasons why the Church of Scotland is bound
to give up her connection with the state. Ad-
dressed to the members of the Greenside con-
gregation. Edin., 184I5. 8

Another copy.

Reasons of adherence to the Church of Scot-
land, addressed by a minister to his parish-
ioners, s. I., 1843. 4 J

A glance at the Establishment and the Free
Church of Scotland ; or, an appeal to Church-
men. By one of themselves.

Aberdeen, 1843. 12

Observations on the peculiar and surpassing
excellence of the constitution of the Church of
Scotland ; as illustrated in the late disruption,
and present continued struggle.

Edin., 1844. 8

Missions of the Church of Scotland. Account
of proceedings at the annual meeting of the
members and friends of the Established Church
of Scotland, held in Exeter Hall, London, 10th
May, 1844 ... Containing full and revised re-
ports of the speeches which were then deliver-
ed by the Rev. Dr M'Leod, Dr Hill, Dr Barr,
the Rev. J. Gumming, and the Rev. Hugh
M'Neile... London., 1844. 12

Facts not falsehoods, or a plain defence of the
Church of Scotland, suited to the times. By
a parish minister ; [Laurence LOCKHAKT].

Edin., 1845. 8

A plea for the divine right of the Church of
Scotland, as an orthodox national communion.

Edin., 1846. 8

Rules of the Society of the sons of the clergy
of the Established Church of Scotland, of
London, with the names of original members
at its institution in January 1819, and of mem-
bers admitted subsequent to that period to
March 1821. London, s. a. 8

Tracts in defence of the Church of Scotland.
Nos. 1-5. s. I. eta. 12

Another copy [of Nos. 1 and 2].

Memorial and representation to Lord Viscount
Melbourne of ministers, elders, and other mem-
bers of the Church of Scotland, s. I. et a. 4

Extracts relating to the Act for the security of
the Church of Scotland, from the history of
the union, by Daniel Defoe... And from the
journals of parliament, with Blackstone's com-
mentary on the rights of the sovereign ; and
the late decisions of the House of Lords ; and
oaths of accession of each sovereign to support
inviolate the Presbyterian Church government.

London, s. a. 8

Remarks on the Established Church : to which
are added six short reasons for supporting her
at the present time. London, s. a. 12

SCOTLAND, GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE
CHURCH OF. The principal Acts of the
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
[1638-1649]. Edin. , 1639-1649. fol.



SCOTLAND, GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF.



ros



A true copy of the whole printed Acts of the
Generall Assemblies of the Church of Scot-
land, beginning at the Assembly holden at
Glasgow the 27. day of November 1638 ; and
ending at the Assembly, holden at Edinburgh
the 6. day of August 1649. Diligently com-
pared, and exactly reprinted conforme to the
foresaid printed Acts. By a wellwisher of the
Church of Scotland... s. I., 1682. 8

Another copy.

Another edition. To which are now added,
the index of the imprinted Acts of these As-
semblies ; and the Acts of the General Assem-
bly 1690. Edin., 1691. 8

- Another copy.

- The principal Acts of the General Assembly of
the Church of Scotland. [1638-1646.]

Edin., 1639-46. fol.

[1638-1642.] Edin., 1639-42. fol.

Acts of the General Assembly of the Church
of Scotland, M.DO.XXXVIII.-M.DCCCXLII. Re-
printed from the original edition, under the
superintendence of the Church law society.

Edin., 1843. 8

1648, 1649. Edin., 1648, 49. fol.

Act of the General Assembly, at Edinburgh,
July 24, 1652. s. L, [1652]. 4

- Three Acts of the Generall Assembly, for pro-
moving the knowledg of the grounds of salva-
tion, and observing the rules of discipline.

s. L, 1652. 4

Act of the General Assembly, anent a solemn
national fast and humiliation, with the causes
thereof. Edin., 1690. 4

- The principal Acts of the General Assembly of
the Church of Scotland. [1690-1862.]

Edin., 1691-1862. fol.



[1690-1844.]

[1690-1728.1

(1690-1720.]

1690.

- Another copy.

[1694-1806.]

1695.

1697.

[1699-1701.]
[1731-1757.]



Edin., 1691- 1844. fol.

Edin., 1691-1728. fol.

Edin., 1691-1720. fol.

Edin., 1691. fol.

Edin., 1694-1806. fol.

Edin., 1695. fol.

Edin., 1697. fol.

Edin., 1699- 1701. fol.

Edin., 1731-57. fol.



Acts of the General Assembly concerning some
of the ministers of the Presbytery of Dun-
fermline, &c., and concerning Mr Ebenezer
Erskine and some other ministers adhering to



Edin., 1733.

Edin. , 1764-78. fol.

Edin., 1778. fol.

Edin., 1780-1833. fol.

Edin., 1789. fol.

Edin., 1798-1803. fol.

Edin., 1808-18. fol.

Edin., 1809-35. fol.



his protest.

- [1764-1778.]

- 1778.

- [1780-1833.]
1789.

- [1798-1803.]

- [1808-1818.1

- [1809- 1835. J

An abridgement and alphabetical index of the
Acts of the General Assembly of the Church
of Scotland, from 1638 to 1706. By a minister j
of the Gospel. Edin., 1706. 8

Another copy.

An abridgment of the Acts of the General As-
sembly of the Church of Scotland, from 1560



to 1830 inclusive. With a summary view of
the various Acts of parliament relative to the
Church of Scotland ; a practical account of
the Court of teinds, a digest of decisions in the
law of Scotland, relative to the civil rights of
the Church and clergy ; notes on the poor-
laws ; parochial schools, &c. [Compend. of
the laws of the CHURCH OP SCOTLAND. Part ii. ]

1831.

Acts and proceedings of the General Assem-
blies of the Kirk of Scotland, from the year
MDLX. [to the year MDCXVIII.] Collected from
the most authentic manuscripts. [The Booke
of the universal Kirk of Scotland. In three
parts. Edited for the Bannatyne Club.]

Edin., 1839-45. 4

The Booke of the universal Kirk of Scotland :
wherein the headis and conclusionis devysit
be the ministers and commissionaris of the
particular kirks thereof, are specially expressed
and contained. Edited by Alexander Peterkin.

Edin., 1839. 8

Liber redivivus : or, the Booke of the univer-
sall Kirk re-opened. By a Presbyter.

Glasgow, 1839. 12

A declaration of the Lords of the secret Coun-
cill, and of the General Assembly of the king-
dome and Kirke of Scotland, containing the
principal heads of the doctrine of that Kirke.
London, 1642. 4

A necessary warning to the ministrie of the
Kirk of Scotland, from the meeting of the
commissioners of the General Assembly at
Edinburgh, 4. Jan. 1643. Edin., 1643. 4
Another copy.

The remonstrance of the Commission of the
General Assembly, to the Convention of
Estates, at Edinburgh, June, 1643.

Edin., 1643. 4 J

A declaration against the Crosse petition :
wherein some secret letts of the intended re-
formation are discovered, the danger of divi-
sion prevented, and the unitie of this island
in religion urged. By the commissioners of
the Generall Assembly. Edin. , 1643. 4

A solemne and seasonable warning to the no-
ble-men, barons, gentlemen, burrows, minis-
ters, and commons of Scotland ; as also to our
armies without and within this kingdome :
from the Generall Assembly met at Edinburgh
the 12 day of February, 1645.

Edin., 1645. 4

A declaration against a late dangerous and
seditious band, under the name of An humble
remonstrance, &c. Wherein the plots and
projects of the contrivers... are discovered, by
the Commission of the General Assembly.

Edin., 1646. 4

The humble remonstrance of the Commission-
ers of the General Assembly, to the Honorable
and High court of parliament now assembled.
Together with the answer of the Estates of
parliament to the said remonstrance.

Edin., 1647. 4
Another copy.

Directions of the General Assembly concerning

89



TO,;



SCOTLAND, GENERAL ASSEMBLY <>K T1IK <'IHl;ril <>F



secret and private worship, and mutual! editi-
catiou, for cherishing piety, for maintaining
unity, and avoiding schisme and division.
With an Act for observing these directions,
and for censuring such as use to neglect family
worship. And an Act against such as with-
draw themselves from the publike worship in
their own congregations. A'</m., 1047. 4
A declaration of the commissioners of the Ge-
iu ral Assembly to the whole Kirk and king-
dome of Scotland, concerning present dangers
and duties, relating to the covenant, and reli-
gion. Edin., 1648. 4
Another copy.

A declaration of the Commission of the Gene-
rail Assembly, to this whole Kirk and king-
dome, concerning the present publike proceed-
ings towards an engagement in warre, so far
as religion is therein concerned. [1. March,
1648.1 [With the Parliaments answer.]

[Edln., 1648?] 4

The humble representation of the Commission



Online LibraryScotland). Library New College (EdinburghCatalogue of the printed books and manuscripts in the library of the New College, Edinburgh → online text (page 148 of 199)