Scottish Puritanism, 1590-1638

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I Manuscript sources
British LibraryHarley MS 750, Theological writings of James Wedderburn.National Library of Scotland
1 Wodrow Manuscripts
Folio lxyi:
no. 35, 'A reply to the reasons for a general assemblie'.
no. 55, William Spang to Henry Rollock, 1/10 September 1638.
MSS viii, no. 23, Sermon by Andrew Cant at Glasgow 18 March 1638, 'at renewing of the covenant'.
Octavo x:
'A true relation of the prelates carriage for introducing the service book'.
'Mr Robert Douglas account of the Assemblys 1638 & 1639'.
Octavo xxvi [formerly MSS iii], Various theological exercises, transcribed by the Rev. Thomas Wyllie.
Quarto iv, no. 3, George Hay, Tractatus brevis.
Quarto xxxi, Robert Baillie, 'A Discourse anent episcopacie intended for the late generall Assemblie, proving from Scripture and antiquitie this office as hitherto it hath bin taken and used in the Kirk of Scotland, and yet is required to be unlawfull, and answering the chiefe Scriptures & passages of Fathers that commonly are produced to the contrair, shewing also that Episcopacie howsoever limitate is so unconvenient for us, that by no meanes we ought to give our assent to the Reduction thereof'.
Quarto lxxv, no. 3, Andrew Stewart, 'A Short Account of the Church of Christ in Ireland'.
Quarto lxxvii, 'A note of Mr. Andro Ramsayes sermon upon I Thes. 4: 9-10', 21 August 1632.
Quarto lxxxiii, no. 2, 'Mr John Guthrie, Bishop of Murray his Life'.
Quarto civ, Sermons by Bishop Andrew Boyd.
Quarto cvi, various church historical materials, including:

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Scottish Puritanism 1590-1638 iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Abbreviations xii
  • Prologue 1
  • 1: A Puritan Brotherhood 13
  • 2: A Ministry of the Word 45
  • 3: Conversion and Assurance 85
  • 4: The Pilgrim's Progress 111
  • 5: The Ambiguity of the Feminine 140
  • 6: Covenants and Covenant Theology 171
  • 7: A Schism Defined 208
  • 8: Political and National Divinity 244
  • 9: The Damnable Covenant 285
  • Epilogue 318
  • Bibliography 323
  • Index 361
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