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Des menschen natuur in deszelfs vier-voudige staat. Van eerste opregtigheyt, geheele bederving, begonne herstelling, en voltrokke gelukzaligheit of elende ... (Johannes Hasebroek, en te Amsterdam [by] Nicolaas Byl, 1742)
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The distinguishing characters of true believers ... : in several practical discourses, largely handled, and excellently calculated to promote the comfort and direction of Christians, and the advantage of human society (Falkirk : Patrick Mair, 1791)
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Everlasting espousals : being a sermon preached at the administration of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, August 1714 (Edinburgh : David Paterson, 1755)
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The Everlasting Espousals: Being a Sermon Preached at the Administration of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, August, 1714 (Henry Fero, 1812)
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An Explication of the First Part of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism (Edinburgh : W. Gray, 1755)
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De gemeenschap der heiligen, vertoont en bevorderd wordende door 't Heilig Avondmaal: voorgestelt in eene verhandeling over I. Cor. X. 17 (Johannes Hasebroek, te Amsterdam, by Nicolaas Byl, te Utrecht, by de wed. J.J. van Poolsum, 1775)
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A general account of my life, ed. George D. Low
ed. George D. Low (Hodder and Stoughton, 1908)GB 
Edinburgh, London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1908IA 
A general account of my life; (London : Hodder, 1908)
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Golwg ar y cyfammod gras, o'r Ysgrythyrau santaidd, wedi ei gyfieithu gan D. Williams, trans. David Williams (1823)
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Human nature in its four-fold state of primitive integrity, subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise; entire deprivation in the unregenerate; and consummate happiness or misery in all mankind in the future state. In several practical discourses (London : Richard Baynes, 1818)
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Human nature in its four-fold state, of primitive integrity, entire depravity, begun recovery, and consummate happiness or misery; subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise, the unregenerate, the regenerate, and all mankind in the future state. In several practical discourses (London : J. Chalmers, 1793)
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Human nature in its four-fold state: of primitive integrity, subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise; entire depravation, in the irregenerate; begun recovery, in the regenerate; consummate happiness or misery, in all mankind in the future state; in several practical discourses (C. Brightly and Co., 1812)
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Human Nature in Its Fourfold State (Mair, 1787)
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Human Nature in its Fourfold State (New York : Evert Duyckinck, 1811)
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Human nature in its fourfold state : of primitive integrity, entire depravation, begun recovery, and consummate happiness or misery; subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise, the unregenerate, the regenerate, all mankind in the future state; in several practical discourses (New York : Evert Duyckinck, 1811)
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Human nature in its fourfold state, of primitive integrity, entire depravation, begun recovery, and consummate happiness or misery. Subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise. The unregenerate. The regenerate. All mankind in the future state (Exeter [N. H.] Printed by H. Ranlet, for Thomas and Andrews, Fausts' statue, no. 45, Newbury-street : Boston, 1796)
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Human nature in its fourfold state, of primitive integrity, entire depravation, begun recovery, and consummate happiness or misery. Subsisting in the parents of mankind in Paradise. The unregenerate. The regenerate. All mankind in the future state. In several practical discourses. By Mr. Thomas Boston .. (Falkirk : P. Mair, 1784)
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Human nature in its fourfold state, of primitive integrity, entire depravity, begun recovery, and consummate happiness or misery; subsisting in the parents of mankind in paradise, the unregenerate, the regenerate, and all mankind in the future state. In several practical discourses (Philadelphia : Presbyterian Board of Publication, [n.d.])
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