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Kennedy, Thomas, minister at
Lass wade, 416.
Kirton, Jamos, minister at Rotter-
Perth, General Assembly of 1618,
bold at, 6.
Presbyery established in the Church
at the Revolution, 447.
Lanark, the Covenant renewed at,
in 1666, 379.
Law, James, Archbishop of Glas-
Livingston, John, minister at An-
crum, his testimony to the char-
acter of William Guthrie, 8, 12,
Luther on the Galatians referred
Nisbet, John, in Hardhill, relation
of his life and sufferings, 371-409;
his ancestry, 377, 378; swore the
Solemn League and Covenant at
Scoon in 1650, 379; his zeal iu
the cause of the Covenanters, ib.;
distinguished himself at the bat-
tles of Pentland, Drumclog, and
Bothwell, 380; family bereave-
ments, 381, 382; his wanderings
and sufferings, 383-385 ; is taken
prisoner, his examination before
the Council at Edinburgh, 385-
388; sentence of death passed
on him, 388; his last and dying
testimony, 390-407; his behav-
iour ou tho scaffold, 407-409.
Owen, Dr John, his character of
Guthrie's "Trial of a Saving
Interest in Christ," 55.
Shepherd's "Sound Believer,"
113, 139, 144, 157, 168; his
"Sincere Convert," 115.
Skinner, Lewis, minister at Brech-
Spotswood, Archbishop, 7.
Stevenson, John, his "Comforting
Cordial for Christians," 411-477;
experiences in his pilgrimage,
416; discouragements he had to
contend with, 419; he bewails
the degeneracy of tho times, 419,
420 ; his deep sense of redeeming
love, and of man's recovery from
his lost estate, 421, 422; praise
to God for deliveranco from
trouble, 423, 424 ; afflictions aud
temptations, 424-435; remark-
ablo providences and returns of
prayer, 435; his preservation
after the battle of Bothwell, 437;
providential deliverances from
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