Scott, John, 1659-1722. : Of spiritual rule. : A sermon Preach'd at the Primary Visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Jonathan Lord Bishop of Winton, August 26. 1708. At Newport in the Isle of Wight. By John Scott M. d. late Fellow of Queen's College Oxon, now Vicar of Carisbrook in the said Island.
Scott, John, 1697-1770. : The pastor's power, and the people's obedience, briefly stated and defended, in a sermon preached before the synod of Dumfries, October 13th, 1730. By Mr. John Scott Minister of the Gospel at Holywood. Published at the Request of some who heard it.
Scott, John, 1749-1820. : Petition, the Rev. Mr Jo. Scott, &c. James Gibson, W.S. agent. S. clerk. Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of the Reverend Mr John Scott minister of Strathaven, James Archibald of Towerhead, Robert Leiper, maltster there, Thomas Tennant, baker there, James Hamilton, dealer there, and others, inhabitants of the town, and proprietors of grounds in the neighbourhood of Strathaven, ...
Scott, John, -1753. : The holy Scriptural doctrine of the Divine Trinity in essential unity, and the supreme Godhead of Jesus Christ being one and the same with His Father's: Shewn to be not only demonstrative, but most clearly conceivable spiritual, and Scriptural Truths. wherewith is occasionally shewn, that although the Newtonian philosophy be formally and mathematically true; yet it i materially and physically false. To which is prefixed A Prefatory Discourse, wherein the Physical, Metaphysical, and Theological Errors of a late Treatise, entitled, an Essay on Spirit, are clearly shewn and confuted. By John Scott, D. D. Author of the late Notes and Observations on the Three First Chapters of Genesis.
Scott, John, 1774-1827, : Memoirs : illustrative of the life and writings of John Evelyn, comprising his Diary, from...1641 to 1705-6, and a selection of his familiar letters : To which is subjoined, the private correspondence between King Charles I and his Secretary of State, Sir Edward Nicholas...1641, and at other times during the Civil War : also between Sir Edward Hyde...and Sir Richard Browne Ambassador to the Court of France... : The whole now first published from the original mss. / Edited by William Bray.
Scott, John, active 1619. : In serenissimi et invictissimi regis Jacobi Sexti, e Scotia sua decessum, Hodœporicon, per Ioannem Scotumn adolescentem, omnium bonarum artium cognitione, pro ætate cumulatissimum. Adjecta insuper D. Ioannis Scoti, à Scottistarvet, patruelis Schediasmata miscellanea.