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著者: W K Tweedie; Wodrow Society.
出版商: Edinburgh: Printed for the Wodrow Society, MDCCCXLV-MDCCCXLVII [1845-1847]
丛书: Wodrow Society.; Publications.
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This two-volume set is one of the great treasures of Scottish Christian literature. In quick succession, we meet such justly famous and revered figures as John Welsh, David Dickson, William Guthrie, and James Fraser of Brea, but also the lesser known and long forgotten, like the land-laborer of Carrick, John Stevenson. Here are the stories and reflections of men and women who, in times of great darkness, testing,  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Biographies
Biography
附加的形体格式: Online version:
Tweedie, W.K. (William King), 1803-1863.
Select biographies.
Edinburgh, Printed for the Wodrow Society, 1845-47
(OCoLC)671678516
材料类型: 传记, 互联网资源
文档类型 图书, 互联网资源
所有的著者/提供者: W K Tweedie; Wodrow Society.
OCLC号码: 7636212
语言注释: English.
描述: 2 volumes ; 23 cm.
内容: Volume 1. The history of Mr. John Welsh, minister of the gospel at Ayr --
Appendix to the history of John Welsh --
A true record of the life and death of Master Patrick Simsone / written by his brother Archibald Simsone, Minister at Dalkeith --
A sermon by the Rev. A. Simon, minister at Dalkeith, on the death of Master Patrick Simsone, anno 1618 --
A brief historical relation of the life of Mr. John Livingstone, minister of the gospel : containing several observations of the divine goodness manifested to him in the several occurrences thereof / written by himself, during his banishment in Holland for the cause of Christ --
The substance of a discourse had by Mr. John Livingstone, to his parish at Ancrum, 13th of October 1662 --
Ane accompt of what past when Mr. John Livingstone appeared before the council, in the lower-council house at Edinburgh, December 11, 1662, at which time they banished him --
A letter from Mr. John Livingstone to his parish, before his departure forth of the kingdom, when permission to visit it, after his sentence, was refused --
A letter written by that famous and faithful minister of Christ, Mr. John Livingstone, unto his parishioners of Ancrum, in Scotland, dated Rotterdam, October 7, 1671 --
Letters of Mr. John Livingstone relating to public events of his time --
Sayings and observations of Mr. John Livingstone, late minister of the gospel at Ancrum, collected from his own manuscript --
Remarks on preaching and praying in public / by Mr. John Livingstone --
Observations by Mr. John Livingstone, previous to his death. Memorable characteristics and remarkable passages of divine providence, exemplified in the lives of some of the most eminent ministers and professors in the church of Scotland / collected by Mr. John Livingstone, late minister at Ancrum --
Letters from Elizabeth, daughter of Sir James Melvill of Halhill, and wife of John, Lord Colvill of Culross, to Mr. John Livingstone --
The last and heavenly speeches, and glorious departure of John, Viscount Kenmure --
The memoirs of Walter Pringle of Greenknow ; or some few of the free mercies of God to him, and his will to his children, left to them under his own hand --
The copy of a letter, written by Walter Pringle of Greenknow, from Elgin, to his family --
An account of the particular soliloquies and covenant engagements, past betwixt Mrs. Janet Hamilton, the defunct Lady of Alexander Gordon of Earlstoun, upon several diets, and at several places, which were found in her cabinet among her papers after her death, at Earlstoun, February 26, 1696; being all written and subscribed with her own hand, and thought fit to be discovered for the encouragement of others to do the like duty, as the desire pious friends. Volume 2. A short account of the life of Rev. David Dickson / by the Rev. Robert Wodrow, minister of the gospel, Eastwood --
Appendix to the life of Mr. David Dickson --
Memoirs of the life and character of Mr. William Guthrie, minister at Fenwick / by the Rev. William Dunlop, with additions by the Rev. Robert Wodrow and Rev. Robert Traill --
A sermon on sympathy / by the Rev. William Guthrie, minister at Fenwick --
Memoirs of the Rev. James Fraser of Brea, minister of the gospel at Culross --
A true relation of the life and sufferings of John Nisbet in Hardhill, his last testimony to the truth ; with a short account of his last words on the scaffold, December 4, 1685 --
A rare soul-strengthening and comforting cordial for old and young Christians ; being an exact account of the author's experience / by John Stevenson, land-laborer in the parish of daily in Carrick --
Memoir of Mrs. Goodal / written by herself --
The last words of the Lady Coltness, who died, or rather entered eternal life and glory, June 8, 1675 --
A relation of my Lady Anne Elcho, about her being burnt, February 17, 1700.
丛书名: Wodrow Society.; Publications.
责任: Edited for the Wodrow Society chiefly from manuscripts in the library of the Faculty of Advocates by the Rev. W.K. Tweedie.

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This two-volume set is one of the great treasures of Scottish Christian literature. In quick succession, we meet such justly famous and revered figures as John Welsh, David Dickson, William Guthrie, and James Fraser of Brea, but also the lesser known and long forgotten, like the land-laborer of Carrick, John Stevenson. Here are the stories and reflections of men and women who, in times of great darkness, testing, and suffering, tasted what the author of Hebrews calls 'the powers of the age to come'. The 17th century was a dynamic period in Scottish church history, and yet many of its rich records lay hidden in privately owned manuscripts for two hundred years. It was only with the evangelical awakening of the 1840s that close attention was given to their publication, and a Society, formed for that purpose in Edinburgh, took the name of the historian, Robert Wodrow (1679-1734). On the 26 volumes thus published subsequent authors have depended heavily, and particularly so with respect to the two volumes originally entitled Select Biographies. In an era when Puritan literature is again being rediscovered their reprint is timely, providing as it does the opportunity to go back to first-hand sources. Here, for the most part, men and women live in their own words, or in the witness of their contemporaries. The 19th-century editor, William Tweedie, himself an evangelical leader, thought it worthwhile to be the editor of this rare material, and all who have possessed them endorse his judgment. - Publisher.

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