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Peddie, James, 1759-1845.
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    E-RESOURCE 1800

A defence of the Associate Synod against the charge of sedition : addressed to William Porteous, D.D. in reply to his pamphlet, entitled, "the new light examined; or, observations on the proceedings of the Associate Synod against their own standards.

    Peddie, James, 1759-1845.
Edinburgh : printed by J. Ritchie. Sold by P. Hill and J. Ogle; and by D. Niven and M. Ogle, Glasgow,        78 pages ; 8⁰ 1800
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    E-RESOURCE 1800

A defence of the Associate Synod against the charge of sedition : Addressed to William Porteous, D.D. In reply to his pamphlet, entitled, "The new light examined; or, Observations on the proceedings of the Associate Synod against their own standards.

    Peddie, James, 1759-1845.
Edinburgh : Printed by J. Ritchie. Sold by P. Hill and J. Ogle; and by D. Niven and M. Ogle, Glasgow,        78 pages ; 8⁰ 1800
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    E-RESOURCE 1796

The perpetuity, advantages, and universality of the Christian religion: a sermon, preached before the Edinburgh Missionary Society, in Bristo-Street meeting-house, on Thursday, Nov. 10. 1796. By James Peddie, Minister of the Associate Congregation in

    Peddie, James, 1759-1845.
Edinburgh : printed by J. Ritchie. Sold by J. Ogle, Parliament-Square, J. Guthrie, Nicolson's Street, & G. Peattie, Leith,        4 unnumbered pages,64 pages ; 8⁰ 1796
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    E-RESOURCE 1789

The revolution the work of God, and a cause of joy: two sermons delivered in Bristo-Street meeting-house, November 5th. 1788. By James Peddie.

    Peddie, James, 1759-1845.
Edinburgh : printed for W. Lauing, head of the Canongate; J. Duncan, Glasgow; and W. Anderson, Stirling,        72 pages ; 8⁰ 1789
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