Commonplace book of J.H. Forbes. Includes transcripts of discourses and prayers arranged as infra, with manuscript note in 19th century hand: "Presented to the Library of Laurencekirk".
- c 1709 (Creation)
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376pp. [Donor unspecified]. [pp.1-2]. "Linlithgo[w] Thursday, 22 September, 1709. By Lady Ebden to J. G...n". Begins "Go gett a quair of paper. Make it in the form of a book..." followed by prayer. [pp.3-59]. Book 1, chapters 1-21. "This Book is entitled The Last Revelation that I shall be putt in print to the sons and children of man". Chapter 1 begins, "I who am about the giving of this Revelation and the living and true God". [pp.59-84]. Book II, chapters 1-7. Begins, "Is it to be thought that I can always bear not such provocations...". [pp.84-167]. Book III, chapters 1-27, "Linlithgo[w], Saturday, 24 September, 1709". Begins with prayer. Chapter 1 begins "Now the full time is come which was long looked for...". [pp.168-372]. Book IV, chapters 1-66, "Linlithgo[w], Monday, 26 September, 1709". Begins with prayer. Chapter 1, begins "The next text of Scripture that is to be considered is this Pails going to Damascus..."
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