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MUSIC IN THE CHURCH
By Rev. G. WAUCHOPE STEWART, B.D.
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EXPOSITION OF THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS
(With Illustrative Quotations from Bunyan's minor Works). By Rev. R. STEVENSON, B.A. (Cantab.), B.D., Gargunnock. 17th Thousand.
LITERATURE AND LIFE.
By Rev. LAUCHLAN MACLEAN WATT, B.D.
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ST. PAUL AND HIS MISSION TO THE
By CHRISTOPHER N. JOHNSTON, K.C., LL.D. 2nd Edition.
THE METRICAL PSALMS & PARAPHRASES.
By Rev. THOMAS YOUNG, D.D., Ellon.
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SOCIAL PROBLEMS & THE CHURCH'S DUTY.
By Rev. DAVID WATSON, D.D., Glasgow. 8th Thousand.
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RELIGIOUS WRITERS OF ENGLAND.
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SCOTTISH CATHEDRALS AND ABBEYS.
By Rev. D. BUTLER, D.D., Galashiels.
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HANDBOOK OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS.
By Professor DAVIDSON, LL.D., University of Aberdeen. 3rd Edition. "A well-thought-out treatise on a subject of the highest importance."-Spectator. BIBLE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS.
By the Rev. GEORGE M. MACKIE, D.D., Alexandria.
"It will help readers of the Bible much as a dictionary of classical antiquities helps a reader of Latin and Greek."-Scotsman.
THE PREPARATION FOR CHRISTIANITY IN THE ANCIENT WORLD.
By R. M. WENLEY, Sc.D. (Edin.), D.Phil. (Glas.),
Senior Professor of Philosophy in the University of Michigan.
"A fresh and vigorous, as well as scholarly and luminous, survey of the intellectual conditions which prevailed under Greek culture, Roman authority, and Jewish exclusiveness."-Speaker.
A FAITHFUL CHURCHMAN.
Sketch of the Life and Work of Professor JAMES ROBERTSON, D.D. By the late Prof. CHARTERIS, D.D., LL.D., University of Edinburgh.
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THE MISSIONARY EXPANSION OF THE REFORMED CHURCHES.
By the Rev. J. A. GRAHAM, D.D., C.I.E., Guild Missionary at Kalimpong. With 8 Maps and 145 Illustrations.
"The most attractive short manual of Missions generally that has yet been published."-Church Missionary Review.
HYMNS AND HYMN MAKERS.
By the late Rev. DUNCAN CAMPBELL, B.D., Edinburgh. 5th Edition.
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HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. By Very Rev. P. M'ADAM MUIR, D.D., Glasgow. 32nd Thousand. "This comprehensive, luminous, and interesting picture of the ecclesiastical past and present of Scotland."-Literary World.
RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD.
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THE NEW TESTAMENT AND ITS WRITERS.
THE OLD TESTAMENT AND ITS CONTENTS. By Emeritus-Professor ROBERTSON, D.D., LL.D., University of Glasgow. 55th Thousand.
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LANDMARKS OF CHURCH HISTORY.
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THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES.
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OUR LORD'S TEACHING.
By Very Rev. J. ROBERTSON, D.D., Whittingehame. 65th Thousand. "As long as the Church of Scotland can produce manuals of this calibre it need not fear comparison with any community in Christendom."-Record.
MEMOIR OF THE VERY REV. PROF. CHARTERIS, D.D., LL.D.
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THE BIBLE IN THE LIGHT OF ANTIQUITY.
LIFE AND CONDUCT.
By the late Sir JAMES CAMERON LEES, K.C. V.O., D.D., LL.D., Dean of the Chapel Royal of Scotland. 50th Thousand.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH BIBLE. By Professor MILLIGAN, D.D., University of Glasgow. 23rd Thousand. CHURCH, MINISTRY, AND SACRAMENTS. By the late Very Rev. NORMAN MACLEOD, D.D., Edinburgh. 10th Thousand. STUDIES IN THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES. By Rev. Wм. ROBERTSON, D.D., Coltness. 20th Thousand. LESSONS ON THE GOSPEL OF ST. MARK. By Rev. A. I. ROBERTSON, D.D., Clackmannan. 15th Thousand. THE APOSTLES' TEACHING. PART I. By Professor PATERSON, D.D., LL.D., University of Edinburgh. 12th Thousand.
BETWEEN THE TESTAMENTS.
By Rev. C. M. GRANT, D.D., Dundee. 15th Thousand. LESSONS ON THE GOSPEL OF ST. LUKE.
By Rev. JAMES BONALLO, B.D., Auldearn. 5th Thousand.
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