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A SELECT LIST
PUBLISHED BY JOHN JOHNSTONE,
SUCCESSOR TO WAUGH AND INNES,
HUNTER SQUARE, EDINBURGH.
SERMONS AND WORKS IN DIVINITY,
REV. DR DUFT.
INDIA AND INDIA MISSIONS: Including Sketches
By the same Author.
delivered at the First Annual Meeting of the Scottish Ladies' Association,
Education in India. Demy 8vo., 6d. stitched.
PASTOR AND PEOPLE: A Sermon Preached by Rev. ALEXANDER
CHURCH; also, The Qualifications, Duties, and Trials, of an Eist In-
NEW WORKS ON DIVINITY PUBLISHED
REV. JAMES BUCHANAN.
IMPROVEMENT OF AFFLICTION, A Practical Sequel to a Series of Meditations, entitled, “Comfort in Affliction.” In the Press.
By the same Author, Seventh Edition. I. COMFORT IN AFFLICTION: A Series of Meditations. By the
Rev. JAMES BUCHANAN, Minister of North Leith. Fcap. 8vo., Price 3s. 6d., Cloth, Lettered. “ This is my comfort in mine Affliction : for thy Word hath quickened me.”
on a large type, demy 8vo., 78. 6d., cloth.
Extracts from the Rev. Hugh White's (of Dublin) Meditations, “See this subject (* Blessed Results of Afliction') treated with peculiar force of argument, and felicity of expression---strong in scriptural statements of divine truth, and rich in scriptural sources of divine consolation -in a most valuable work, entitled ' COMFORT IN AFFLICTION : by the Rev. James Buchanan, North Leith,'— which I would affectionately recommend to every Christian mourner, wlio desires to drink deeply of the refreshing streams which the Fountain of all Comfort--the Word of God, supplies; for it is from this sacred source the pious and talented author of this excellent work derives • Comfort in Affliction,' which his pages so eloquently and attractively sets forth.”
“ To those who are acquainted with the bigh character for personal piety, theological attainments, and professional usefulness of the excellent author of these Meditations, it may be enough to state, that they are in every way worthy of that distinguished Christian Minister.”—Presbyterian Review.
“We have not read any work on the subject which equals it either in the substantial matter which it brings before the afflicted for their consolation, or in the variety of its details. Were we desirous, indeed, that Affliction should be properly understood and improved, we could not recommend any book at all so well adapted for both purposes as this... ... ... We earnestly hope that it will soon find its way into every Christian family."-Scottish Guardian.
“ We do not at this moment indeed remember any single work in which the deeply interesting subject of Affliction is considered in a greater variety of lights, and in all, is illustrated with so much vigour of judgment and felicity of expression.”--Christian Instructor.
“ The utmost simplicity, combined with exquisite beauty and elegance of composition, the most natural and obvious, yet full and comprehensive views of revealed truth, characterise the volume."-Church of Scotland Magazine. II. THE TEMPLE OF GOD. A Sermon. Second Edition. Foolscap
8vo., 60. III. TWO SERMONS, Christ's Kingdom in its Relation to the Civil
Power: and the Christian Ministry in its Missionary Functions. Fcap. 8vo.,ls.
“ We do not know where, in so small a compass, such accurate riews respecting the two chief topics of ecclesiastical discussion in modern times could Le got.”—Presbyterian Review. IV. PREFATORY DISCOURSE to the Lectures delivered in Edinburgh,
on Church Establishments. 9d.
REV. ROBERT JAMIE SON.
MANNERS AND TRIALS OF THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS. Fcap. 8vo. In the Press.
LECTURES ON THE JEWS, DELIVERED in EDINBURGH, by Clergymen of the Established Church. Foolscap 8vo. In the Press.
A MEMORIAL, concerning Personal and Family Fasting and Humiliation, presented to Saints and Sinners : wherein also the Nature of PERSONAL COVENANTING with God is occasionally opened. By the Rev. Thomas Boston, Minister of the Gospel at Ettrick. With Prefatory Remarks by the Rev. ALEXANDER Moody, A.M., Edinburgh. 18mo. cloth, price Is. “ And the land shall mourn, every family apart,-their
wives apart."--Zeci. xii. 12. “ The preface is a valuable addition to this little work, which, were no other copy to be had, would be worth its weight in gold." - Watchman.
A TREATISE ON THE SACRAMENTS OF BAPTISM
and the LORD'S SUPPER; by John Calvin. Fcap. 8vo. price 2s.6d. cloth.
A translation of this valuable treatise has never been published separately from Calvin's Institutes, and is now published in its present form with the view of bringing it more within the reach of the public generally.
REV. JAMES GRIERSON, ERROL.
A DOCTRINAL AND PRACTICAL TREATISE ON
THE LORD'S SUPPER, comprehending copious illustrations of the leading doctrines of the Gospel, and of the leading duties and varied experience of the Christian life. By the Rev. JAMES GRIERSON, Minister of Errol. Foolscap 8vo. In the Press.
REV. GEORGE GARIOCH.
ASSOCIATION; OR THE PROGRESS OF FEELING, a Poem in four books. By George GARIOCH, A.M., Minister of Mel. drum. 12mo. 38, 6d. cloth.
NEW WORKS ON DIVINITY PUBLISIIED
REV. DR GORDON.
SERMONS by Robert GORDON, D.D., one of the Ministers
of the High Church, Edinburgh. Fourth Edition, 8vo. 10s. 6d. cloth.
REV. DR CAMPBELL.
SERMONS AND MINOR THEOLOGICAL PIECES, to
which are added, LETTERS ON AFFLICTION, never before published. By the late Rev. John CAMPBELL, D.D., Minister of the Tolbooth Church, Edinburgh. To which is prefixed, a Sermon, Preached on the occasion of his Death ; by the Rev. Robert Lorimer, LL.D., one of the Ministers of Haddington. Second Edition, Price 9s., cloth, lettered.
REV. W.M. HETHERINGTON, M.A.
THE FULNESS OF TIME. By the Rev. W.M. HETIER
INGTON, M.A., Minister of Torphichen, 8vo. 10s. 63. cloth. “Mr Hetherington's very original and able treatise on the Fulness of Time.”- The Doctor, Vol. IV.
“ We consider this work as one of very bigh value. It belongs to a class of which we have but few examples. It abounds with original and often magnificent views.”—Christian Instructor.
“ The Author's style is pure and elegant. He displays a richly cultivated mind, and one of great grasp, and endowed with the power of generalization in no small degree.”—Presbyterian Keview.
“ This is a work of a master mind, and ought to be in the hand of every theological student, and of every one who wishes to enter with advantage upon a course of historical studies.”—Evangelical Magazine.
By the same Author.
“ Heaven hath timely tried their youth,
Their faith, their patience, and their truth."- Millon. “ An interesting tale.”—Christian Ladies' Magazine.
“ Its hints on education, both public and private, are valuable: and to the young of either sex about to enter on the chequered and seductive scenes of the world, we could not recommend a volume better fitted to awaken timely retlection, or strengthen virtuous resolution.”—Edinburgh Advertiser.
“ The Author manifests such an acquaintance with the details of Clerical life, and so much sympathy with its trials and difficulties, that we see at once that he has drawn as well from experience as from observation.”—Presbyterian Review.
“ The work is valuable as a practical developement of Christian principles, struggling amid difficulties. It abounds in excellent sentiments on Christian and Pastoral character, and on intellectual and religious education.”—Christian Instructor.
JAMES GLASSFORD, Esq.
COVETOUSNESS BROUGHT TO THE BAR OF
SCRIPTURE; or a Brief Inquiry into the Nature and Evil of that Sin. By JAMES GLASSFORD, Esq., Advocate. Post 8vo. price 4s.
* The subject is placed before us in so strong and impressive an aspect, and yet so entirely freed from all exaggeration of statement, that we sincere. ly hope the treatise will meet with that extensive circulation which the excellent talents and Christian worth of the author so eminently deserves."'Presbyterian Review.
By the same Author. I. POPULAR EDUCATION, with reference to Ireland, in a Letter to
the Right Honourable Viscount Morpeth. Price 1s. 6d. II. METRICAL VERSIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS OF SCRIP
TURE. In four parts, ls, each.
THE WORLD'S RELIGION, as contrasted with Genuine
Christianity. By Lady CoLQUHOUN, daughter of the late Sir John Sinclair, Bart. Second Edition. In foolscap 8vo. 3s. Od. cloth.
“ We should particularly recommend this excellent volume to be put into the bands of such educated young females as admire the writings of Hannah More, and are able to relish them. The pious and gifted writer treats her subjects, under the evident influence of great spirituality of feeling, very clearly, and very impressively." --London Watchman.
" It is characterised by good sense, warm-hearted piety, and great gentleness and sweetness. We strongly recommend the work to the attention of our readers.”- Scottish Guardian.
By the same Author. 1. THE KINGDOM OF GOD, as to its Nature and Subjects. 12mo.
3s. 6d, cloth. II. IMPRESSIONS OF THE HEART, relative to the Nature and Ex
cellency of Genuine Religion. Second Edition, 12mo. 3s, cloth. III. DESPAIR AND HOPE; exemplified in a Narrative founded on fict.
Second Edition. 18mo. 6d. stitched.
REMAINS OF THE RIGHT REV. DANIEL SAND
FORD, D.D., Oxon, Bishop of Edinburgh in the Scottish Episcopal Churcb; including Extracts from his Diary and Correspondence, and a selection of his unpublished Sermons; with a Memoir. By the Rev. JOHN SANDFORD, Vicar of Chillingham. 2 vols. 8vo. 21s. cloth.