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The life of Edward Irving, minister of the National Scotch church, London.

Oliphant, Mrs. (Margaret), 1828-1897.

"Whether I live, I live unto the Lord; and whether I die, I die unto the Lord: living or dying, I am the Lord's." Amen.

NEW YORK: HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS, FRANKLIN SQUARE. 1862.

"TO ALL WHO LOVE THE MEMORY OF EDWARD IRVING, WHICH THE WRITER HAS FOUND BY MUCH EXPERIMENT TO MEAN ALL WHO EVER KNEW HIM,

 

Table Of Contents

APPENDICES.
  1. Case of Miss Fancourt, as described by herself in a Letter to a Friend.
  2. Extracts from Mr. Baxter's "Narrative of Facts" in respect to the so-called miraculous gifts.
  3. Speeches of Irving before the Presbytery of London, March, 1832.

 

 

 

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