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Donald Cargill (c.1627-1681)
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A Collection of lectures and sermons : preached upon several subjects, mostly in the time of the persecution ... (Kilmarnock : H. and S. Crawford for Joseph Graham, 1809) / added author(s): William Guthrie, John Guthrie, John Welch [Preface by John Howie]
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A Collection of lectures and sermons, preached upon several subjects, mostly in the time of the late persecution (Glasgow : J. Bryce, 1779) / added author(s): William Guthrie, Michael Bruce, Alexander Peden
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A collection of letters, consisting of ninety-three : sixty-one of which wrote by the Rev. Mr. James Renwick; the remainder, by the Rev. Messrs. John Livingston, John Brown, John King, Donald Cargil, Richard Cameron, Alex. Pedan, and Alex. Shields. Also a few by Mr. Michael Shields, at the direction of the general correspondence : from the years 1663 to 1689 inclusive. Containing many remarkable occurrences hitherto unknown in that period. Wherein is discovered the true state of the Cause and Testimony at that time .., ed. John MacMillan (Edinburgh : David Paterson, and sold at his Printing house, 1764) / added author(s): James Renwick, John Livingstone, Richard Cameron
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A lecture and sermon preached at different times by that faithfull minister of the Gospel, and now glorified martyr, Mr. Donald Gargill [sic] (Edinburgh?, 1681)
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Torwood excommunication : being the lecture and discourse going before, and the afternoon sermon following after : with the action of excommunication itself, pronounced at Torwood, September 1680 upon King Charles II, James Duke of York, James Duke of Monmouth, John Duke of Lauderdale, John Duke of Rothess, Sir George Mackenzie K. Adv., Thomas Dalzeel of Bins ([Glasgow?], 1741)
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A true and exact copy of a treasonable and bloody-paper called the Fanaticks new-covenant which was taken from Mr. Donald Cargill at Queens-Ferry the third day of June, anno Dom. 1680 one of their field-preachers, a declared rebel and traitor ; together with their execrable declaration published at the Cross of Sanquhair upon the twenty two day of the said month of June after a solemn procession and singing of Psalms by Cameron the notorious ring-leader of and preacher at their field-conventicles, accompanied with twenty of that wretched crew. (Edinburgh : heir of Andrew Anderson ..., 1680)
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