2 edition of Early letters of Robert Wodrow, 1698-1709 found in the catalog.
Early letters of Robert Wodrow, 1698-1709
by Printed at the University Press by T. and A. Constable for the Scottish History Society in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Statement||edited from the manuscript in Edinburgh University Library, with notes and extracts from the answers to these letters in the National Library of Scotland, by L.W. Sharp|
|Series||Publications of the Scottish history society, 3d ser -- v. 24|
|Contributions||Sharp, L.W., ed|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lvi, 332 p.|
|Number of Pages||332|
Book Condition: Good. Seller ID: Keywords: Early Letters of Robert Wodrow (Scottish History Society 3rd Series Vol 24) By: Wodrow, Robert; Sharp, L . I , Brodie quoted Judith Drake's description of a 'virtuoso' to twit Wodrow on his own virtuosic vices Indeed, although Drake disingenuously denied it, iln essay in dgence moved into the realm of personal satire too, as several oflended male contemporaries also believed' The 'virtuoso' has been noted as bearing a remarkably strong.
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Sharp Wodrow, Robert, [ Book: ] At 2 libraries. Wodrow, Robert, Early Letters of Robert Wodrow –, ed. Sharp, Scottish History Society, Third Series xxiv (Edinburgh, ) PUBLISHED SECONDARY WORKS Aa. Vv., Storia della Università di Napoli (Naples, )Cited by: –61; Sharpe, O’Flaherty’s Letters, –5).
14 Robert Wodrow to Edward Lhwyd, dated at Edinburgh, 12 January ; printed from Wodrow’s letter-book, EUL MS Laing IIIby Sharp, Early Letters of Robert Wodrow, –9 (no.
94). The original is not among the main archive of. 72 Early letters of Robert Wodrow, –, ed. Sharp, L.W. (Scottish History Society 3rd ser. xxiv, ), 73 The hummble thoughts, of some sober and judicious Christians, concerning the affair of the Reverend Mr John Glas, [Edinburgh]8.
I think there was a general reviving in the west some year's before that happy turn in the I suppose you will easily grant it from the excellent sett of nobility and gentry a little before, you will meet with many of them in Rutherford’s letters, and the extraordinary love and close correspondence among private Christians.
Title: A History of Christianity Author Name: Latourette, Kenneth Scott Categories: Other, Publisher: London, Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited: Binding: Cloth Book. Steuart was very friendly with Robert Wodrow, Librarian at Glasgow University (–) and later the Minister of Eastwood.
Both men had virtuoso interests in civil and natural history. Steuart was also an experimenter who exhibited some panache in lecturing and great accuracy in measurements undertaken to state the equivalents of English Cited by: Scottish History Society volumes > Series 3 > Volume 24 - Early letters of Robert Wodrow,  Author: Scottish History Society.
Publisher: Scottish History Society. Editor: Sharp, L. (Lauriston William), Date published: Scottish History Society volumes > Series 3 > Volume 25 - Warrender letters .
Early letters of Robert Wodrow, edited with notes and extracts from the answers to these letters by L.W. Sharp. Published Ayr Burgh accounts, Transcribed and edited, with an introduction, by George S.
Pryde. Published Court book of the Barony of Carnwath, The ‘Hunterian’ epigraphic collection had a much longer pedigree. Inscribed stones are on record as found in Scotland from the later sixteenth century onwards; travellers made them known to the antiquary William Camden in London, and to continental scholars such as Ortelius, Scaliger and Gruter.
2 The first stone to arrive at the College in Glasgow (and thus to have a resting place in an Author: Lawrence Keppie. EARLY LETTERS OE ROBERT WODROW Edited from the Manuscript in Edinburgh University Library, with Notes and Ex- tracts from the Answers to these Letters in the National Library of Scotland, by L.
SHARP, Ph.D. EDINBURGH Printed at the University Press by T. and A. Constable Ltd. for the Scottish History Society According to Robert Wodrow, Williamson asserted the church's intrinsic power, the divine right of presbytery and the binding obligation of the covenants.
Sharp (ed.), Early letters of Robert Wodrow, – [Wodrow, Early Letters] (Edinburgh, ), Wodrow to Lachlan Campbell, 1 Apr. Cited by: 5. Rutherford's view of Cromwell. Discussion in 'Church History' started by BayouHuguenot, Thread Status. 24Anon., To the Queen's Most Excellent Majestie, the Humble Address and Supplication of the Suffering Episcopal clergy, (); Sharp (ed.), Early Letters of Robert Wodrow, p.
; NAS, GD /1/; [George Mackenzie, earl of Cromartie], A Few Brief and Modest Reflexions Perswading a Just Indulgence to be Granted to the Episcopal Clergy and Cited by: 1.
This collection of new papers on Scottish philosophy in the age of Hutcheson and Hume pays close attention to the study of context and the use of original historical sources as a key to philosophical interpretation.
The book includes revolutionary new research on Hume's early reading in science and religion and its impact of his thought. Wodrow, R. and Sharp, L. () Early letters of Robert Wodrow, Edinburgh: Printed at the University Press by T.
and A. Constable Ltd. for the Scottish History Society. Edinburgh: Printed at the University Press by T. and A. Constable Ltd. for the Scottish History Society. M R Wodrow, Early Letters, (Edinburgh, ), (letter to Lachlan Campbell, 14 January ).
Wodrow’s early letters were published too late for Dr Gordon. 42 Roger Edwards the Jacobites were “very high” is well illustrated in the next letter. Title: Early Letters of Robert Wodrow Author Name: Wodrow, Robert (edited by L W Sharp) Categories: Other, Publisher: Edinburgh University Press for the Scotish History Society: Binding: hardback Book Condition: Good Jacket Condition: No Jacket Type: Book Seller ID: Keywords: biography scotland scottish.
Yet Robert Mudie's The modern Athens (),worthy of attention simply as an Robert Mudie, The modern Athens: a dissection and demonstration ofmen and thints in the Scotch capital.
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