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The Days of Knox

By: Alcock, Deborah (anonymously)

Price: £4.00

Publisher: London, T Nelson & Sons, 1869

. 520 pages. Later published as "Arthur Erskine's Story: A Tale of the Days of Knox". Cloth spine detached/tatty, internally shaken, spine coming unglued, one page has a piece torn out, including a few letters of the text. View more info

Sunrise in Scotland: The Coming of the Reformation

By: Alexander, G M

Price: £2.75

Publisher: Inverness, John G Eccles, 1960

. 93 pages, presumably a later reprint of the 1948 Farncombe edition without the illustrations. View more info

The Spirit of Grace and of Supplications

By: Anderson, Jonathan Ranken

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Glasgow, A E Alexander, 1946

. 76 pages, sermons. Jonathan Ranken Anderson (1803-1859) was a separatist Scottish Presbyterian whose Glasgow congregation later joined the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Covers a bit grubby. View more info

Life and Sermons of the Late Rev J R Anderson, Minister of the Gospel, Glasgow, 1834-1859: Vol 2

By: Anderson, Jonathan Ranken; Pitt, H B (editor)

Price: £4.75

Publisher: Glasgow, R W Anderson, 1937

. 160 pages, coveres stained. Jonathan Ranken Anderson (1803-1859) was a separatist Scottish Presbyterian whose Glasgow congregation later joined the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland soon after its 1893 foundation. View more info

Sins of the Ministry

By: Anon

Price: £2.00

Publisher: Bathgate, Reformation Scotland, 2017

. 50 pages, an updated version of "A Humble Acknowledgement of the Sins of the Ministry", which accompanied "Causes of the Lord's Wrath against Scotland". These were put out by the General Assembly of 1651, and appear to have been contributed to by Archibald Johnston of Wariston and James Guthrie, though, confusingly, they also appear in the Works of George Gillespie. View more info

Tales and Sketches of the Covenanters

By: Anon

Price: £4.75

Publisher: London, Walter Scott Publishing Co Ltd, 1898

. 372 pages. Undated. Foxed. View more info

The Scottish Church Question

By: Barr, James

Price: £4.75

Publisher: London, James Clarke & Co Ltd, 1920

. 308 pages, on establishment/disestablishment, teinds, United Presbyterians, etc etc, quite a bit of historical material. View more info

The Life of Robert Murray M'Cheyne

By: Bonar, Andrew A

Price: £1.00

Publisher: London, Banner of Truth Trust, 1962

. 192 pages, stitched paperback, edges etc grubby/foxed. Life of a godly minister of Dundee who died young, having been involved in missions to the Jews and a revival in Dundee. View more info

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The Old Gospel Way: or, The Marrow of What Old Divines Have Said Upon the Gospel

By: Bonar, Andrew A (editor)

Price: £6.75

Publisher: Glasgow, Free Presbyterian Publications, 2016

John Brown of Whitburn, the son of John Brown of Haddington, in a volume titled "Gospel Truth accurately stated and illustrated", collected extracts from the writings of the Marrow-men (Thomas Boston, Ebenezer and Ralph Erskine and their associates). The Marrow Controversy took place in the Church of Scotland between 1718 and 1723 and focused on the relationship between God's grace and our works. The extracts illustrate the heart of the Marrow-men's teaching in defence o... View more info

Memoir and Remains of the Rev Robert Murray M'Cheyne

By: Bonar, Andrew A; M'Cheyne, Robert Murray

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, William Oliphant & Sons, 1860

. INCOMPLETE copy, probably of a 606 page edition probably published by William Oliphant & Sons in the mid 19th century. This copy starts at page 7, the first page of Contents, and ends at page 593, the end of the song "To Yonder Side". The remaining 4 "Songs of Zion" and the "Concluding Memorials" are missing, as are the front and back cover. Apart from some foxing, the remainder of the book is in reasonable condition and not falling apart. View more info

The Mighty Weakness of John Knox (Long Line of Godly Men Profiles)

By: Bond, Douglas

Price: £5.00

Publisher: Sanford, Florida, USA, Reformation Trust Publishing (Ligonier Ministries), 2012

. xxiii + 151 pages. View more info

Fife and Its Folk: A Key to the Kingdom

By: Bonthrone, Eila (Compiler)

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Cupar, Fife County Council, 1951

. 56 pages, illustrated. A little water staining to spine area of last few pages. View more info

An Explication of the First Part of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism, in Continued Discourses on Each Question. To Which is Subjoined, the Peculiar Advantage and Business of Life Opened Up, and Applied, in Several Sermons from Is. xxxvii. 19. ...

By: Boston, Thomas

Price: £45.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, William Gray, 1755

. 301 pages, title page missing, but book appears identical to the one first published by Gray in 1755. This book only reached Question 38. This is not the same book as "An Illustration of the Doctrines of the Christian Religion...." . Shaken, first page has a small stain/burn obscuring text; pages 191-224 have a little worm attack to top border, no serious effect on text. View more info

Selected Sermons of Zachary Boyd (Scottish Text Society, 4th Series, Vol 17)

By: Boyd, Zachary; Atkinson, David W (editor)

Price: £17.50

Publisher: Aberdeen, Aberdeen University Press for the Scottish Text Society, 1989

. xlviii + 317 pages, 19 sermons. Zachary Boyd (c.1585 - 1653) was minister of Barony Church, Glasgow, having studied at Glasgow and St Andrews, and both studied and taught at the Protestant Academy of Saumur, France. View more info

And Captain of their Souls: An Interpretative Essay on the Life of Captain William Cargill

By: Brooking, Thomas H [Brooking, Tom]

Price: £14.75

Publisher: Dunedin, Otago Heritage Books, 1984

. 167 pages, dustjacket somewhat torn, a couple of references to james Blackie have been highlighted in orange. Illustrated biographical account of William Cargill (1784-1860), a descendent of the Glasite founder James Cargill, and perhaps of Covenanter martyr Donald Cargill. William Cargill led the colonisation of the Otago region of New Zealand (principal city Dunedin) led by the Free Church of Scotland. View more info