|Title:||Rusticus ad clericum, or, The plow-man rebuking the priest in answer to Verus Patroclus : wherein the falsehoods, forgeries, lies, perversions and self-contradictions of William Jamison are detected / by John Robertson.|
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Rusticus ad clericum, or, The plow-man rebuking the priest in answer to Verus Patroclus : wherein the falsehoods, forgeries, lies, perversions and self-contradictions of William Jamison are detected / by John Robertson.
[Aberdeen?: s.n.], 1694.
Place of publication suggested by Wing.
Imperfect: pages stained and with print show-through.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Jameson, William, -- fl. 1689-1720. -- Verus Patroclus.
Society of Friends -- Apologetic works.
Rusticus ad Clericus, OR THE PLOW-MAN REBUKING THE PRIEST, In Answer to VERƲS PATROCLƲS, &c.
CHAPTER FIRST, Of the Holy SCRIPTURES,
Chapter II. of Immediate Re∣velation.
Chapter III. Of Original Sin.
Chapter IV. Of GOD.
Chapter V. Of CHRIST and His Benefits.
Chapter VI. Of Perfection.
Chapter VII. Of Waiting in si∣lence; And of the Sacraments.
Section Second, Of BAPTISM.
Section Third, Of the SUPPER, &c.
Account of the most Matterial Errors in Print∣ing, that any wayes marr the sense; Hoping the Candid Reader will pass by, and excuse smaller Literal faults, or wrong printing: Con∣sidering our continued difficulty in Printing, through the unjust malice of our Adversaries, lest their slanders and our Innocencie should be manifested.