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INNES (THOMAS), Priest of the Scottish mission at
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INNES (WILLIAM), Baptist minister in Edinbwryh.
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Sketches of human nature ; or Junto, chiefly
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EUGENIC and Epenetus, or conversations re-
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Two dissertations : the first, an enquiry into
the kind of evidence on which men believe in
the Christian revelation, and how far divine
wisdom appears in connecting salvation with
the belief of a testimony. The second, on the
principal design of the law of Moses, and the
relation it bore to the covenant made with
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Domestic religion, or, an exposition of the pre-
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domestic life. 2d ed. Edin., 1822. 12
The Christian ministry : or, excitement and
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various authors. Edin. , 1824. 8
The origin and permanence of Christian joy
as connected with the doctrine of personal as-
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The Church in the navy and army. Being the
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INNOVATIONS. Queries to the Scots innova-
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places adjacent thereto. Being a compendious
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the present innovations. By a lover of the
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INQUISITION. Authentic memoirs concerning
the Portuguese inquisition, never before pub-
lished : with remarks on the infamous charac-
ter given of the British nation, by a late apo-
logist for that horrid tribunal. Also, reflec-
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INSPIRATION. Five letters concerning the in-
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An essay on inspiration. In two parts.
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Inspiration. The views of Dr Pye Smith, Dr
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INSTRUCTOR. The Edinburgh Christian In-
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INTRUSION, NON-INTRUSION. Series of
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- Another copy.
- Tracts upon tracts on the intrusion of minis-
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- The state of the case for the Church of Scot-
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- Report of the speeches delivered at the meet-
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- Another copy.
Address from the Assembly's non-intrusion
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- Another copy.
Speeches delivered at the great non-intrusion
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- Information on the non-intrusion question : :
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on 13th Jan. 1840. With prefatory and con-
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- Letters to Sir William Seton regarding the
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Report of the General Assembly's non-intru-
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His doings detected : in a letter to the Church-
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An enquiry, adapted to the present crisis, in
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Hints to the non-intrusion ministers. By a
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Why should you secede ? Containing observa-
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Letters against non-intrusion, addressed to a
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Non-intrusion weighed in the balance and
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An address to the Christian community of
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CHURCH. The true tendency of the Irish
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Address of the Reform association to the re-
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with a directory for the celebration of ordinan-
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servationibus ac notis, copiosissimisque glos-
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quibus omnibus pnemittuntur tres disserta-
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