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1 425090 A.L.O.E. (Charlotte Maria Tucker - A Lady of England) The Young Pilgrim
Stickney, South Dakota Unknown Publisher 1980 Cloth Average 
. A fairly good quality modern, undated reprint (late 20th century) by an anonymous publisher in Stickney, South Dakota. No illustrations, 154 pages, edges foxed. 
Price: 3.75 GBP
 
 
2 210074 Abbey, Charles J; Overton, John H The English Church in the Eighteenth Century
London Longmans, Green, and Co 1887 New Edition, Revised and Abridged Cloth Average 
. xvi + 495 pages plus catalogue. Sighnatures of S M Houghton and J B Meath (?). 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
The Life of Alexander Alexander Written by Himself: Volume 1 (only, of 2), Alexander, Alexander; Howell, John (editor)
3 464816 Alexander, Alexander; Howell, John (editor) The Life of Alexander Alexander Written by Himself: Volume 1 (only, of 2)
Edinburgh William Blackwood 1830 Leather Average Plus 
. 339 pages, wood-grain leather with red spine label. 6 x 4 inches. One of several military and nautical memoirs (including "The Life of Alexander Selkirk") edited by John Howell in the wake if his success with "Journal of a Soldier of the Seventy-First". Alexander Alexander was born in the latter part of the 18th century in Dundonald, Ayrshire. In this volume he recounts his experiences in Scotland and as a young man in the West Indies, and on his return to Scotland his enlistment in the army, and his experiences on military service in Ceylon, followed by his return to the West Indies (Barbados), and Demerara (now in Guyana). Ex Libris Jacobi Paterson 1830. Frontispiece and title page water stained, external hinges splitting. 
Price: 95.00 GBP
 
 
4 515110 Anderson, G W; Anderson, D E New International Version: What Today's Christian Needs to Know About the NIV
London Trinitarian Bible Society 1990 Pamphlet Good 
. 35 pages, TBS article No 74. Undated but late 20th century. 
Price: 0.75 GBP
 
 
5 006682 Anon The Gate Beautiful: The Church Service Simply Explained for Children
Edinburgh Church of Scotland 1930 Pamphlet Average 
. 32 pages, in the form of 12 conversations between Marjorie and her Daddie. Foxed. Undated but probably early 20th century. Reprinted from Morning Rays Magazine for young children, after revision by the author. 
Price: 0.75 GBP
 
 
A Treatise of the Covenant of Grace: Facsimile Reprint from the 1645 Edition, Ball, John
6 090004 Ball, John A Treatise of the Covenant of Grace: Facsimile Reprint from the 1645 Edition
Tain Peter & Rachel Reynolds 2012 7770053390 / 9787770053399 Paperback New 
Published in 1645 by his friend Simeon Ash after Ball's death, this is a major work on the subject of God's covenant, and comes with recommendations from other leading Puritans such as Edmund Calamy. This book of Ball's is said to have been influential in the Westminster Assembly which occurred a few years after his death.

Topics studied include:
* what a covenant is
* the different ways in which God made covenant in the Old and New Testaments
* how Christ is the Mediator of the New Testament
* how Christ brings his people into covenant
* how Christians answer Christ's call.

John Ball (1585-1640) was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, and became a minister in Whitmore, Staffordshire, but was deprived of his living, and imprisoned for periods. He wrote many books and was learned in the controversy with the Roman Church. His writings were popular in New England. Below is a picture of a typical page: -



This is a Lightning Source print-on-demand book, but we aim to keep printed copies in stock here for immediate despatch.

"When I was at university..., a fellow-student had acquired a 1645-copy of Ball's book.... I read it avidly, and found it extremely helpful. Ever since then, I've been keeping half an eye open for the chance to get a copy for myself. So thank you for this very well-produced and readable reprint." John Nicholls, Chief Executive, London City Mission.

"Regarding the Covenant at Sinai, Ball departs from the usual Reformed view by arguing that the difference between the Old and New Covenants is not that of promise and fulfilment, but simply one of degree and intensity. The nature of the Sinai covenant is an issue that has been widely debated in Reformed circles, with a diversity of views resulting. Ball's position can now be assessed from the original source. The print in this facsimile is remarkably clear and a little practice will enable the reader to cope with seventeenth century typography." Reformed Theological Journal, Nov 2006.

A transcription of the first 54 pages of this book in modern spelling (no words changed) is at http://website.lineone.net/~reynoldsp/cov000.htm - this was done before the facsimile was first issued back in 2006. 
Price: 9.50 GBP
 
 
7 200061 Banner of Truth Banner of Truth Magazine Issues 208-219: Set of 11 Issues for 1981
Edinburgh Banner of Truth Trust 1981 Pamphlet Average 
. Complete set of 11 loose magazines for 1981 (including double issue Daniel Rowlands of Llangeitho by a mid-19th century vicar named John Owen). Top edges foxed. 
Price: 6.50 GBP
 
 
8 515080 Bassett, Paul God's Way: Reaching a Lost World
Welwyn Evangelical Press 1981 0852341474 / 9780852341476 Paperback Good 
. 143 pages, edges browned. Paul Bassett was minister of Melbourne Hall in Leicester in the mid to late 20th century. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 
 
9 435525 Blaiklock, Edward Musgrave The Century of the New Testament
London Inter-Varsity Fellowship 1962 First Edition Paperback Average 
. 158 pages, edges foxed. 
Price: 1.75 GBP
 
 
10 432520 Borstius, Jacobus Short Questions for Little Children: Also the Twelve Articles of Faith and the Law of God (English translation of "Eenige korte Vragen voor de Kleyne Kinderen")
Grand Rapids Netherland Reformed Churches in America 1960 Pamphlet Good 
. 32 pages. Undated but second half of 20th century. Two copies available at the time of cataloguing. 
Price: 1.50 GBP
 
 
11 492761 Brock, Mrs Carey [Brock, Frances Elizabeth Georgiana] The Golden Chain: A Story Illustrative of the Lord's Prayer [originally: Dame Wynton's Home]
Sheffield Zoar Publications 1970 Hard Cover Good 
. 116 pages, endpaper map, local photographs. For ages 11-14 years. A story based on the draining of the Fens near Epworth in North Lincolnshire during the 17th century, when the Huguenots were used by God to bring the gospel to the people of those parts. Reprint of 'Dame Wynton's Home' by a Victorian author, with occasional slightly altered language (e.g. Mrs Wynton instead of Dame Wynton). 
Price: 3.75 GBP
 
 
12 461409 Brown, John The Sufferings and the Glories of the Messiah: An Exposition of Psalm 18 and Isaiah 52:13-53:12
Byron Center Sovereign Grace Publishers 1970 Paperback Average 
. 352 pages, internally facsimile of 19th century edition, last 5 index sheets loose and a bit tatty. By John Brown of Broughton Place, Edinburgh (1784-1858) son of John Brown of Whitburn (1754-1832) and grandson of John Brown of Haddington (1722-1787). He was the father of John Brown the Edinburgh physician and essayist author of "Rab and his Friends" (1810-1882). 
Price: 3.75 GBP
 
 
13 446267 Calvin, John; Pringle, William (translator) Commentaries on the Epistles of Paul to the Galatians and Ephesians
Grand Rapids William B Eerdmans Publishing Company 1957 Cloth Average Average Minus 
. 383 pages, dust jacket worn and covered with clear adhesive film shich is adhered to inside covers. Internally a reproduction of the 19th century Calvin Translation Society edition. 
Price: 4.75 GBP
 
 
14 423511 Cameron, George G The Scots Kirk in London
Oxford Becket Publications 1979 0728900092 / 9780728900097 Hard Cover Good Plus Good Plus 
. 272 pages, illustrated history of the work and witness of Scotland's National Church in London, from the reformation to the second-half of the 20th century. 
Price: 4.75 GBP
 
 
Memories of a Wayfaring Man, Campbell, Murdoch; Campbell, David (editor)
15 090010 Campbell, Murdoch; Campbell, David (editor) Memories of a Wayfaring Man
Edinburgh Covenanters Press 2016 1905022352 / 9781905022359 Paperback Very Good 
. 140 pages, spiritual experiences of a famous 20th century Free Church of Scotland minister and the people he met in various places. Good sized print. This is one of several new copies that have a slight production fault (fine paper dust embedded in the front cover), and are being sold at a reduced price. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
16 014055 Campbell, Murdoch; Campbell, David (editor) Memories of a Wayfaring Man
Edinburgh Covenanters Press 2016 1905022352 / 9781905022359 Paperback Very Good 
. 140 pages, spiritual experiences of a famous 20th century Free Church of Scotland minister and the people he met in various places. Good sized print. This is one of several new copies that have a slight production fault (fine paper dust embedded in the front cover), and are being sold at a reduced price. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
17 013783 Childs, Brevard Springs The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture
Grand Rapids William B Eerdmans Publishing Company 2004 0802827616 / 9780802827616 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
. xii + 332 pages. Chapters: 1) The Early Reception of the Hebrew Bible: The Septuagint and the New Testament; 2) Justin Martyr; 3) Irenaeus; 4) Clement of Alexandria; 5) Origen; 6) Eusebius of Caesarea; 7) Jerome; 8) John Chrysostom; 9) Cyril of Alexandria; 10) Theodoret of Cyrus; 11) Thomas Aquinas; 12) Nicholas of Lyra; 13) Martin Luther; 14) John Calvin; 15) 17th & 18th Century Interpreters; 16) 19th & 20th Centuries; 17) Postmodern Interpretation; 20) Hermeneutical Conclusions. 
Price: 19.50 GBP
 
 
Family Worship, Church of Scotland; Reformation Scotland
18 402013a Church of Scotland; Reformation Scotland Family Worship
Bathgate Reformation Scotland 2015 1910013048 / 9781910013045 Pamphlet NEW 
. 26 pages. Extracted and updated (with a new introduction) from the 17th century Scottish Directory of Family Worship. Multiple copies available. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 
 
19 402093 Church of Scotland; Reformation Scotland Family Worship
Bathgate Reformation Scotland 2015 1910013048 / 9781910013045 Pamphlet New 
. 26 pages. Extracted and updated (with a new introduction) from the 17th century Scottish Directory of Family Worship. Multiple copies available. 
Price: 1.00 GBP
 
 
20 423317 Clyde, Robert D From Rebel to Hero: The Image of the Highlander, 1745-1830
East Linton Tuckwell Press Ltd 1998 1862320276 / 9781862320277 Paperback Good Plus 
. 201 pages. Explores the rehabilitation of the Scottish Gaels from the time of the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745, up to 1830, with perceptions changeing from viewing them as rebellious barbarians to seeing them as model British subjects. Chapters: 1) Whig Polemicists; 2) Improvers; 3) Civilisers, Educators, and Evangelists; 4) Travellers; 5) Romanticists; 6) Militarists. 
Price: 3.75 GBP
 
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