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Jamieson, John
Jehan (Doctor)
Jehan (of the Hall Ryal)
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John Jamieson (Brits lexicograaf (1759-1838))
John Jamieson (Scottish lexicographer)
John (of the Royal Hall)
Джемисон, Джон
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Barbour, John (d. 1395)
Donaldson, David (1938-)
Edinburgh Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in Ireland
Johnstone, John
Longmuir, John
Sibbald, Robert Sir, 1641-1722
Slezer, John (16..-1717)
Thom, Alexander (1801-1879)
Thom, Sarah
alarm to Britain; or, An inquiry, into the causes of the rapid progress of infidelity, in the present age. By John Jamieson, D.D. F.A.S.S. minister of the Gospel, Forfar, An
Bruce; and Wallace; pub. from two ancient manuscripts preserved in the library of the Faculty of advocates. With notes, biographical sketches, and a glossary ..., The
Bruce; or, The metrical history of Robert I. king of Scots., The
certainty of the Gospel being sent to the heathen and the danger of refusing to promote its progress. A sermon, preached before the Dundee Missionary Society, Aug. 1. 1799. By John Jamieson., The
Congal and Fenella; a tale. In two parts
dialogue between the devil and a Socinian divine, on the confines of the other world, A
duties, afflictions, and consolations, of the faithful minister. A sermon. Preached at the ordination of Mr. John Macara, in the associate congregation of Path-Struie, June 15. 1785. ... By John Jamieson, The
Eternity, a poem: addressed to freethinkers and philosophical Christians. By John Jamieson
etymological dictionary of the Scottish language
Hermes Scyticus or, the Radical affinities of the Greek and latin languages to the Gothic : illustrated from the Moeso-Gothic, Anglo-Saxon, Francic, Alemanicic, Suio-Gothic, Islandic, etc. to the which is prefixed, a dissertation on the historical Proofs of the Seythian Origin of the Greeks
historical account of the ancient Culdees of Iona, and of their settlements in Scotland, England, and Ireland., An
l'origine de la crémation, De
Remarks on the Rev. Rowland Hill's Journal, &c In a letter to the author: including reflections on itinerant and lay preaching. By John Jamieson.
Scottish dictionary and supplement
Select views of the royal palaces of Scotland, 1840.
Sermons on the heart in two volumes. By John Jamieson.
Socinianism unmasked in four letters to the lay-members of the Church of Scotland, and especially to those of the collegiate church of Ayr: occasioned by Dr. McGill's Practical essay on the death of Jesus Christ. ... By a friend to truth.
sorrows of slavery, The : a poem, containing a faithful statement of facts respecting the African slave trade
substance of an address delivered at a meeting of the Edinburgh Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in Ireland, April 22d 1819, The
Theatrum Scotiae : containing the prospects of Their Majesties' castles and palaces, together with those of the most considerable towns and colleges, the ruins of many ancient abbeys, churches, monasteries, and convents ... all curiously engraven on copperplates : with a short description of each place
Theatrum Scotiae" With life of the author, and large additional illustrations
vindication of the doctrine of Scripture, and of the primitive faith; concerning the deity of Christ: in reply to Dr. Priestley's History of early opinions, &c ..., A
Wallace; or, The life and acts of Sir William Wallace, of Ellerslie.