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Homer and Other Papers

By: Barbour, Robert William

Price: £8.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, The Edinburgh Press: 1896

Seller ID: 464947

Condition: Average Plus


. 248 pages. Spine and front cover have gilt decoration, the front cover having the lettering HOMER COLVMBA BRVCE KNOX LVTHER R.W.B. Top edges gilt; foxing to fore edges, boards just slightly warped. Titles of papers: Homer on the Katberg; The Gift of the Celtic Race to Religion; "The Bruce"; John Knox; Martin Luther. View more info

Taking Sides: Ecology, Abortion, Divorce, Work, Race

By: Field, David

Price: £1.00

Publisher: London, Inter-Varsity Press: 1975

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 012020

ISBN: 0851103804

Condition: Average


. 124 pages. View more info

Start of the Race: Studies in Genesis

By: Harlow, Robert Edward

Price: £2.75

Publisher: Scarborough, ON, Canada, Everyday Publications Inc: 1988

Seller ID: 429269

ISBN: 0919586007

Condition: Good


. 128 pages. View more info

An Exposition of the Second Epistle to Timothy: With a Translation of an Amended Text

By: Kelly, William

Price: £4.75

Publisher: London, F E Race: 1913

Edition: Second Edition (Revised)

Seller ID: 014293

Condition: Average


. 234 pages, paper a bit browned, especially edges. View more info

The Christian Watt Papers

By: Watt, Christian; Fraser, David

Price: £5.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, Paul Harris Publishing: 1983

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 467644

ISBN: 0862280478

Condition: Good


. 186 pages plus 8 pages of illustrations. Lacks a double page spread (4 pages) containing list of illustrations and most of the short Editor's Preface. Christian (Kirsty) Watt (1833-1923), a descendant of the Frasers of Philorth/Saltoun through illegitimate grand-children, was born in the fishing village of Broadsea, Fraserburgh, and despite her working class had many dealings with both parts of the clan of Frasers, being keenly aware of the injustice of the gulf between rich and poor and yet at times experiencing close contact with the rich. The editor, General Sir David Fraser (1920-2012... View more info