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An elegie upon the death of that famous and faithful minister and martyr, Mr. James Renwick composed immediately after his execution at Edinburgh. February 17th. 1688. (Edinburgh : [s.n.], in the year 1688. Edinburgh, 1690)
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An enquiry into church-communion, or, A treatise against separation from the revolution settlement of this national church, as it was settled anno 1689 and 1690 ... (Edinburgh : William Gray, 1747)
IA 
The explanation and application of the Solemn League and Covenant : for the reformation and defence of religion, the honour and happiness of the king, and peace and safety of the three kingdoms of Scotland, England and Ireland : enjoined by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament in England, and by the Estates of the Parliament of Scotland, to be taken by every man within the three kingdoms, 1643 (1737) / added author(s): Richard Ward
IA 
A hind let loose ; or, An historical representation of the testimonies of the Church of Scotland, for the interest of Christ : With the true state thereof in all its periods (Glasgow : W. Paton for J. Kirk, Calton, the publisher, 1797)
IA 
A hind let loose, or, An historical representation of the testimonies of the Church of Scotland for the interest of Christ with the true state thereof in all its periods : together with a vindication of the present testimonie, against the Popish, prelatical, & malignant enemies of that church ... : wherein several controversies of greatest consequence are enquired into, and in some measure cleared, concerning hearing of the curats, owning of the present tyrannie, taking of ensnaring oaths & bonds, frequenting of field meetings, defensive resistence of tyrannical violence ... (Edinburgh?, 1687)
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A hind let loose, or, an historical representation of the testimonies of the Church of Scotland, for the interest of Christ, with the true state thereof in all its periods ... (Edinburgh : ReR. Drummond and Co., 1744)
IA 
The history of Scotch-presbytery being an epitome of The hind let loose (London : J. Hindmarsh ..., 1692)
EEBO-TCP 
A letter from Mr Alexander Shields, to the prisoners for Christ, in Dunnottar-Castle (Edinburgh, 1685)
IA 
The Life and Death of ... J. Renwick: with a Vindication of the Heads of His Dying Testimony ... Whereunto is Subjoined the Manner of Admission, Or Ordaining of Ruling Elders, by ... J. Renwick, and Some Few of His ... Letters. Diligently Compared with the Original, Never Before Published (J. M'Main, 1724) / added author(s): James Renwick
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Life and death of ... James Renwick / added author(s): James Renwick
1724GB 
Edinburgh, 1724BSB 
The life and death of that eminently pious ... Mr. James Renwick (Edinburgh, 1827)
BSB 
A short memorial of the sufferings and grievances past and present of the Presbyterians in Scotland particularly of them called by nick-name Cameronians. (Edinburgh?, 1690)
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