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Record ID 278945

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 52

the 2d volume of Dr Owen's Exercita-tions on the Ep. to the Hewbrews

Borrowed: 1754/9/25 (Wednesday).


Borrower

Andrew Beveridge
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1776.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


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John Owen (Male, born 1616, died 1683)
Genre: Theology
A continuation of the exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews: (viz) on the eleventh, twelfth & thirteenth chapters, compleating that elaborate work. Wherein, together with the explication of the text and context: the efficacy and operation of faith in them that are justified, with respect unto constancy in their profession in times of persecution: several special duties, necessary unto a due compliance with an exhortation unto constancy and perseverance: a cogent argument to the same purpose taken from a comparison between the two states, of the law and the Gospel; with their original, nature, and effects: the reasons for abolishing the Mosaical ceremonies drawn from the necessity of one altar and sacrifice, and the nature of the Christian’s altar and sacrifice: are declared, explained and confirmed. With an index of the Scriptures explained in this volume: as also a table of the principal matters therein contained. Together with a table to the third volume, preceding this: and an index of Scriptures explained in the same. By John Owen, D.D. lately deceased.
Classmark: 13.5.1-2-3-4 or 12.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2 (ch 3 4 & 5)

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John Owen (Male, born 1616, died 1683)
Genre: Theology
A continuation of the exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews: (viz) on the eleventh, twelfth & thirteenth chapters, compleating that elaborate work. Wherein, together with the explication of the text and context: the efficacy and operation of faith in them that are justified, with respect unto constancy in their profession in times of persecution: several special duties, necessary unto a due compliance with an exhortation unto constancy and perseverance: a cogent argument to the same purpose taken from a comparison between the two states, of the law and the Gospel; with their original, nature, and effects: the reasons for abolishing the Mosaical ceremonies drawn from the necessity of one altar and sacrifice, and the nature of the Christian’s altar and sacrifice: are declared, explained and confirmed. With an index of the Scriptures explained in this volume: as also a table of the principal matters therein contained. Together with a table to the third volume, preceding this: and an index of Scriptures explained in the same. By John Owen, D.D. lately deceased.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1684. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 65 times in 57 borrowing records


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John Owen (Male, born 1616, died 1683)
Genre: Theology
Continuation of the Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Chapters 11-13

Borrowed: 1754/9/25 (Wednesday).

Borrower: Andrew Beveridge

Author: John Owen (Male, born 1616, died 1683), Genre: Theology

Continuation of the Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Chapters 11-13

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2 (ch 3 4 & 5)

Record ID 278942

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 52

FatherDaniels history of France2 Vol:

Borrowed: 1754/9/25 (Wednesday).


Borrower

Charles Irving
Gender: Male.


Book Holding

Gabriel Daniel (Male, born 1649, died 1728)
Genre: History
The history of France, from the time the French monarchy was establish’d in Gaul, to the death of Lewis the fourteenth. Written originally in French by Father Daniel, ... and now translated into English. In five volumes. ...
Classmark: 11.8.1-5.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Book Edition

Confidence level: Speculative

Gabriel Daniel (Male, born 1649, died 1728)
Genre: History
The history of France, from the time the French monarchy was establish’d in Gaul, to the death of Lewis the fourteenth. Written originally in French by Father Daniel, ... and now translated into English. In five volumes. ...
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1726. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 104 times in 40 borrowing records


Book Work

Gabriel Daniel (Male, born 1649, died 1728)
Genre: History
History of France, from the Time the French Monarchy was Established in Gaul

Borrowed: 1754/9/25 (Wednesday).

Borrower: Charles Irving

Author: Gabriel Daniel (Male, born 1649, died 1728), Genre: History

History of France, from the Time the French Monarchy was Established in Gaul

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 278951

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 52

Leigh's Critica Sacra

Borrowed: 1754/9/25 (Wednesday).


Borrower

Andrew Beveridge
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1776.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Edward Leigh (Male, born 1602, died 1671)
Genre: Reference Works
Critica sacra in two parts: the first containing Observations on all the radices, or primitive Hebrevv vvords of the Old Testament, in order alphabetical. Wherein both they (and many derivatives also issuing from them) are fully opened out of the best lexicographers and scholiasts. The second edition corrected, and much enlarged by the authour. The second Philologicall and Theologicall observations upon all the Greek vvords of the New Testament, in order alphabetical. Wherein usually the etymon of the word is given, its force and emphasis observed, and the severall acceptions of it in scripture, and the versions by expositors are set down. By Edward Leigh Esquire, Mr of Arts of Magdalen Hall in Oxford.
Classmark: 1.6.9.

Borrowed: 1754/9/25 (Wednesday).

Borrower: Andrew Beveridge

Author: Edward Leigh (Male, born 1602, died 1671), Genre: Reference Works

Critica Sacra