MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS, 1691-1774 -- Broad Scotch, addressed to All True Scots Men. Edinburgh: [s.n.], 1734. 8° (Waterstained, title soiled.) First of two editions, both printed in 1734. Kress 4177: 'concerned with malt tax and with financial relations of Scotland and England.' [Bound with:] A Collection of Loyal Songs. For the use of the Revolution Club. Edinburgh: Robert Fleming, 1748. FIRST EDITION. 4 copies located in ESTC. [and:] Some Observations upon the Conduct of the Famous Mr. W----field. Edinburgh: [s.n.], 1742. (Title soiled, final leaf creasemarked and soiled on verso, two leaves misbound.) Mr. W----field= Mr. George Whitefield. Only 3 copies of this one edition located. Together 3 works, small 8° (160 x 98mm), bound with a fourth in contemporary calf-backed boards.
[Andrew FLETCHER (1655-1716)]. Some Thoughts concerning the Affairs of this Session of Parliament. [?Edinburgh: s.n.], 1700. (Title soiled, segment torn from upper margin in last quire.) 5 copies recorded. Wing F-1297A. [Bound with:] An Address to the Members of the Associate Congregation of M----t. Concerning the Practice of Dancing. Glasgow: J. Bryce and D. Paterson, 1755. (Browned in lower part of page.) ONLY 3 COPIES RECORDED. [and:] A Letter from a Gentleman in Edinburgh to his friend in the country ... relative to the conduct of the Presbytery of Dunfermline .... Glasgow: J. Bryce and D. Paterson, 1752. ONLY ONE RECORDED COPY (Princeton). [and:] A Memorial and Proposal concerning Reformation of Manners. Edinburgh: Tho. Lumisden and Jo. Robertson, 1740. (Slightly cropped.) ONLY 3 COPIES RECORDED. [and:] Andrew WELWOOD. A Glimpse of Glory; or, A Gospel discovery of Immanuel's Land. Edinburgh: 1774. 20p. (Soiled.) AN APPARENTLY UNRECORDED EDITION. Welwood's homily was first published as Meditations, representing a Glimpse of Glory (Edinburgh, 1734). Together 5 works, the first small 4°, others 8° (156 x 95mm), bound with another in early 19th-century parchment-backed marbled boards (recased, new endpapers). Provenance: David Murray.
A Description of All the Kings of Scotland, declaring what year ... they began to reign. [?Edinburgh: s.n.], 1713. 8° (150 x 92mm). First published in 1703 (2 copies located). THIS [?]SECOND EDITION IS APPARENTLY UNRECORDED. [Bound with:] Alarm to the Housholders and Heritors of the City of Edinburgh in copies of proposals ... for procuring an Act of Parliament to impose a poor-rate thereon. Edinburgh: Thomas Lumisden, 1749. 8° (167 x 108mm). (Title holed with loss of one letter.) Goldsmiths' 8441; Kress 4943. Together 2 works, bound with 2 others in 19th-century half calf (worn).
A Non-Juror's Recantation deliverd in a Farewel Sermon before a Congregation of Jacobites. London: J.W., 1691. 8°. 16pp. (Title frail, heavily soiled.) APPARENTLY UNRECORDED. [Bound with:] A Word to a Jacobite and the Disaffected of All Sorts. [London: 1758]. 12°. Signed: C.P. and dated Nov. London, 1758. ONE RECORDED COPY at Chetham's Library, Manchester. [and:] What has been, maybe: or, A View of a Popish and an Arbitrary Government. [?London]: 1713. 8°. FIRST EDITION. Cf. Kress 3449 (second edition). Together 3 works, bound with 3 others in late 19th-century half morocco.
A True and Full Account of the Late Bloody and Desperate Battle fought at Gladsmuir. [?Edinburgh: 1745]. 8°. Drop-head title. [Bound with:] Robert LYON (d. 1746). A genuine Copy of the Last Words and Dying Speech of the Reverend Mr. Robert Lyon. [?Edinburgh: 1746]. 8°. 'Part II' at head of drop-head title. 5 copies located. [and:] [Prince JAMES EDWARD (1688-1766)]. A Letter, &c. [?France: s.n.], 1742. 4°. Drop-head title preceded by 'Printed, 1742.' ONE COPY RECORDED (Bodleian). Together 3 works, bound with another in modern half morocco, stamped with Lord Perth's goshawk crest. (5)