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1 ANONYMOUS. Brief Thoughts: I. Concerning the Gospel and the Hindrances to Believe
1802 Pamphlet 12mo, 10 x 16.4cm. 
ANONYMOUS. Brief Thoughts: I. Concerning the Gospel and the Hindrances to Believe It: II. Concerning the Way in Which a Christian Obtains True Satisfaction Respecting His State Towards God. Fourth Edition, Corrected. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ritchie, For the Society for Publishing Religious Tracts. 1802. 12mo, 10 x 16.4cm.

Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched with new linen thread, light foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) verse, [3]-24pp.

In the first part of this pamphlet the authors answers various forms of the question as to why someone feels no comfort or assurance of salvation. The second part discusses the way in which Christian obtains this true satisfaction.
(17219) 
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2 ANONYMOUS. Important Hints Respecting the Misery of Man, the Way of Salvation, an
1802 Pamphlet 
ANONYMOUS. Important Hints Respecting the Misery of Man, the Way of Salvation, and the Work of the Spirit. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ritchie, for the Society for Publishing Religious Tracts. 1802. 12mo, 10 x 16.4cm.

Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched, light foxing, pages tanning a bit, three small marginal chips on last leaf. Collation: title leaf, A1-6, 1 unsigned leaf. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-16pp.

Apparently unrecorded. I did not find it in OCLC, COPAC, British Library.

The anonymous author spends the bulk of the pamphlet discussing the state of man, i.e, in misery, before moving on to salvation and the work of the Spirit.
(17065) 
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3 COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE WITH THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND... Ecclesiastical Situation in Scotland. Report of Committee on Conf
1913 Pamphlet Edinburgh 
COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE WITH THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND... The Ecclesiastical Situation in Scotland. Report of Committee on Conference with the Church of Scotland to the General Assembly of the United Free Church of Scotland, May 1913. With Speeches of Archibald Henderson, D.D. and John Young. Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1913.

Pamphlet, self wrapper, light foxing. Pagination: 18, 25pp.
(8942) 
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4 THOM Out-lines of a Constitution; Proposed for the Examination, Amendment &
1797 18TH-ENG-LEEDS 
THOM, WILLIAM and ALEXANDER KILHAM. Out-lines of a Constitution; Proposed for the Examination, Amendment & Acceptance, of the Members of the Methodist New Itinerancy. By Wm. Thom, and Alex. Kilham, Ministers of the Gospel. Consider of it, take advice, and speak your minds. Judges xix.30. Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Liberty. 2 Cor. iii.17. Leeds: Printed in 1797. [Price Four-Pence.]. 12mo in 6's. Disbound pamphlet, light damp stain on inner portion of pages, light foxing. Collation: A-D6. Pagination: iv, [5]-48pp. Alexander Kilham (1762-1798) "one of the most celebrated characters in the history of Methodism, the founder of the `New Connection of Wesleyan Methodists,' frequently called simply `Kilhamites,' and really the first man in the Methodist connection who advocated the representation of the lay element in the government of the Church. ...At the next Conference [1796], however, he was severely criticised for his assertion of the popular rights, and for the publication of a pamphlet on the Progress of Liberty, in which he urged a distribution of the power of government between the clerical and the lay elements. In the course of the controversy severe remarks had been thrown out by Kilham which were construed by the preachers into defamations of the society, and at the London Conference of 1796 he was formally arraigned, and expelled from the connection. This summary process precipitated the division of sentiment, and resulted in the establishment of an independent body (now known as the New Connection Methodists) in 1797 at Ebenezer Chapel. ...What he actually sought to accomplish was the entire separation of the Methodists from the Established Church, with a due representation of the lay element in the government of the new Church, to be formed at once."--J.H. Workman in McCLintock & Strong: Cycl. Bibl. Theol. & Eccl. Lit. V:78-79. From the "Advert 
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